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Oct. 7: Poncho Sanchez is No. 1

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At No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart and most reported (60 stations) is Poncho Sanchez Trane’s Delight (Concord Picante). Highest debut (No. 11) and biggest mover (+133) is George Coleman The Quartet (Smoke Sessions). Most added is Chick Corea Trio Trilogy 2 (Concord Jazz).

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Sept. 30: Monty Alexander repeats at No. 1

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At No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart and most reported (60 stations) – both for a second week – is Monty Alexander Wareika Hill (MACD). Most added (+37) and biggest mover (+85) is George Coleman The Quartet (Smoke Sessions). Highest debut (No. 41) is Steve Khan Patchwork (Tone Center).

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Sept. 23: Monty Alexander is No. 1

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At No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart and most reported (58 stations) is Monty Alexander Wareika Hill (MACD). Biggest mover (+83) and highest debut (No. 12) is Poncho Sanchez Trane’s Delight (Concord Picante). Most added (+32) is Steve Khan Patchwork (Tone Center).

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Sept. 16: Jazzmeia Horn is No. 1

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At No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Jazzmeia Horn Love and Liberation (Concord Jazz). Biggest mover (+83) and highest debut (No. 29) is Diego Rivera Connections (Posi-Tone). Most added (+30) are Miles Davis Rubberband (Rhino / Warner) and Poncho Sanchez Trane’s Delight (Concord Picante). Most reported (59 stations) is Monty Alexander Wareika Hill (MACD).

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Sept. 9: 4th of 5 weeks at No. 1 for Mike LeDonne

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At No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart for a third week – and fourth of the last five – is Mike LeDonne Partners in Time (Savant). Biggest mover (+78) is Roxy Coss Quintet (Outside In Music). Most added (+20) is Eric Wyatt The Golden Rule for Sonny (Whaling City Sound). Highest debut (No. 27) is Jon Batiste Anatomy of Angels (Verve). Most reported (62 stations) is Jimmy Cobb This I Dig Of You (Smoke Sessions).

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September 2: Mike LeDonne repeats at No. 1

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At No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart for a second week – and third of the last four – is Mike LeDonne Partners in Time (Savant). Biggest mover (+110) is Monty Alexander Wareika Hill (MACD). Most added (+30) is Roxy Coss Quintet (Outside In Music). Highest debut (No. 28) is New York Voices Reminiscing In Tempo (Origin). Most reported (60 stations) is Jimmy Cobb This I Dig Of You (Smoke Sessions).

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August 26: Mike LeDonne returns to No. 1

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Back at No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart after one week at No. 2 is Mike LeDonne Partners in Time (Savant). It’s tied for most reported (55 stations) with Antonio Adolfo Samba Jazz Alley (AAM Music). Most added (+42) and biggest mover (+116) is Monty Alexander Wareika Hill (MACD). Highest debut (No. 20) is Jimmy Cobb This I Dig Of You (Smoke Sessions).

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JazzWeek publisher Ed Trefzger’s 2019 JazzWeek Summit keynote presentation

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JazzWeek publisher Ed Trefzger gave the keynote presentation at the 2019 JazzWeek Summit on August 9 in San Jose, California. This video contains the keynote’s prepared text and slides.

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August 19: Chick Corea reaches No. 1

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No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Chick Corea The Spanish Heart Band: Antidote (Concord). Most added (+39) and biggest mover (+85) is Jimmy Cobb This I Dig Of You (Smoke Sessions). Highest debut (No. 43) is Matthew Whittaker Now Hear This (Resilience Music Alliance). Most reported (54 stations) is Al Foster Inspirations & Dedications (Smoke Sessions).

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2019 JazzWeek Awards presented at JazzWeek Summit in San Jose

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Winners in 11 categories were announced at an awards reception August 8 in San Jose at the JazzWeek Summit. In addition to these awards selected by voters, veteran promoter Neal Sapper was named the recipient of the Duke Dubois Humanitarian Award, the Scott Willis Jazz Impact Award was given posthumously to WRTI, Philadelphia, host Jeff Duperon, and announced as the winner of the Tom “The Jazzman” Mallison Lifetime Achievement Award was retiring WBGO host Rhonda Hamilton.

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