| 1940s in jazz|| 1947 in music|
| 1946 in jazz – 1948 in jazz|The Fabulous Dorseys is released, a fictionalized biographical film that tells the story of the Dorsey Brothers, Tommy and Jimmy, from their boyhood in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania, through their rise, their breakup, and their personal reunion.
This is a timeline documenting events of Jazz in the year 1947.
Standards published included "Autumn Leaves", "But Beautiful" and "Nature Boy".
The Miles Davis All-Stars (with Charlie Parker, Max Roach, John Lewis and Nelson Boyd) debuted at the Savoy.
Louis Armstrong performs at Carnegie Hall with his big band.
The Count Basie Orchestra take up a summer residency at the Paradise Club in Atlantic City, New Jersey on 27 June, agreeing to perform on lower wages. They followed with a four-week stint at the Strand Theater, supporting Billie Holiday.
The Duel - Dexter Gordon and Teddy Edwards
Fate Marable, jazz pianist and bandleader
Freddie Webster, jazz trumpeter
Jimmie Lunceford, American jazz alto saxophonist and bandleader in the swing era.
Sonny Berman, American jazz trumpeter.
1947 in jazz Wikipedia