Trisha Shetty

1989 in jazz

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Decade  1980s in jazz
Music  1989 in music
1989 in jazz
See also  1988 in jazz – 1990 in jazz

This is a timeline documenting events of Jazz in the year 1989.

Contents

February

  • 27 – Woody Shaw was struck by a subway car in Brooklyn, NY, which severed his left arm. By the late 1980s Shaw was suffering from an incurable degenerative eye disease and was losing his eyesight. Details of the accident are unclear.
  • March

  • 17 – The 16th Vossajazz started in Voss, Norway (March 17 – 19).
  • May

  • 12 – The 18th Moers Festival (May 12 – 15).
  • 24 – The 17th Nattjazz started in Bergen, Norway (May 24 – June 7).
  • July

  • 1 – The 33rd Newport Jazz Festival started in Newport, Rhode Island (July 1 – 3).
  • 6 – The 23rd Montreux Jazz Festival started in Montreux, Switzerland (July 6 – 21).
  • 14 – The 14th North Sea Jazz Festival started in The Hague, Netherlands (July 14 – 16).
  • 28 – The 12th Jazz in Marciac started in France (July 28 – August 17).
  • August

  • 17 – The 6th Brecon Jazz Festival started in Brecon, Wales (April 17 – 19).
  • September

  • 15 – The 32nd Monterey Jazz Festival started in Monterey, California (September 15 – 17).
  • Deaths

    February
  • 26 – Roy Eldridge (78), American trumpeter.
  • May
  • 10 – Woody Shaw (44), American trumpeter (kidney failure).
  • 26 – Phineas Newborn, Jr. (57), American pianist.
  • November
  • 9 – Kenny Hagood (63), American singer.
  • Births

    May
  • 8 – Christian Skår Winther, Norwegian guitarist.
  • October
  • 27 – Jakob Terjesønn Rypdal, Norwegian guitarist.
  • November
  • 20 – Magnus Skavhaug Nergaard, Norwegian upright-bassist.
  • References

    1989 in jazz Wikipedia


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