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1999 in jazz

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1999 in jazz
See also  1998 in jazz – 2000 in jazz

This is a timeline documenting events of Jazz in the year 1999.

Contents

January

  • 29 – The 2nd Polarjazz started in Longyearbyen, Svalbard (February 29 – 31).
  • March

  • 26 – The 26th Vossajazz started in Voss, Norway (March 26 – 28).
  • May

  • 13 – The 27th Nattjazz started in Bergen, Norway (May 13 – 29).
  • 21 – The 28th Moers Festival started in Moers, Germany (May 21 – 24).
  • June

  • 30 – The 35th Kongsberg Jazzfestival started in Kongsberg, Norway (June 30 - July 3).
  • July

  • 1 – The 20th Montreal International Jazz Festival started in Montreal, Canada (July 1 – 11).
  • 2 – The 9th Jazz Fest Wien started in Wien, Austria (July 2 – 10).
  • 3 – The 33rd Montreux Jazz Festival started in Montreux, Switzerland (July 3 – 18).
  • 10
  • The 24th North Sea Jazz Festival started in The Hague (July 10 – 12).
  • The 34th Pori Jazz started in Pori, Finland (July 10 – 19).
  • 11 – The 52nd Nice Jazz Festival started in Nice, France (July 11 – 18).
  • 12 – The 39th Moldejazz started in Molde, Norway (July 12 – 17).
  • 21 – The 34th San Sebastian Jazz Festival started in San Sebastian, Spain (July 22 – 27).
  • August

  • 9 – The 14th Oslo Jazzfestival started in Oslo, Norway (August 9 - 15).
  • 11 – The 13th Sildajazz started in Haugesund, Norway (August 11 – 15).
  • 13 – The 16th Brecon Jazz Festival started in Brecon, Wales (August 13 – 15).
  • September

  • 17 – The 42nd Monterey Jazz Festival started in Monterey, California (September 17 – 19).
  • Unknown date

  • "Don't Know Why" by Jesse Harris appears on his 1999 album, Jesse Harris & the Ferdinandos.
  • The Magic City Jazz Orchestra (MCJO) American jazz ensemble is founded.
  • The Pulitzer Prize Board bestows a special posthumous honor on Duke Ellington.
  • WEAA is named 1999 Jazz Station of the Year by Gavin magazine.
  • Atomic, Norwegian / Swedish jazz band formed.
  • Radioactive Sago Project, a Filipino jazz rock band formed in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines.
  • III Records, a record label based in Japan is founded.
  • Zoe Rahman, British jazz composer and pianist, won the "Perrier Young Jazz Musician of the Year" Award.
  • With Wikipedia articles

  • 1999 Remixes, the third compilation album released by British acid jazz band Jamiroquai
  • April Kisses, by Bucky Pizzarelli
  • Contemporary Jazz, by the Branford Marsalis Quartet
  • Continuance, by jazz fusion band Greetings From Mercury, recorded live at Vooruit, Ghent, Belgium
  • Live at the Floating Jazz Festival, from the 1997 jazz festival of the same name by violinist Johnny Frigo and his quartet.
  • Peculiar Situation, a smooth jazz studio album by Earl Klugh
  • Synergy, studio album by jazz-fusion group Dave Weckl Band
  • Time's Mirror, big band album by jazz trumpeter, composer and arranger, Tom Harrell
  • Without Kuryokhin, American jazz multi-instrumentalist Kenny Millions and Japanese experimental musician Otomo Yoshihide.
  • Barefoot on the Beach, by American smooth jazz vocalist Michael Franks.
  • Other

  • Jane Ira Bloom: The Red Quartets
  • Steve Coleman: The Sonic Language of Myth - Believing Learning Knowing
  • Marty Ehrlich: Malinke's Dance
  • Bill Dixon: Papyrus I
  • Guillermo Gregorio: Red Cubed
  • Paul Dunmall: Bebop Starburst
  • Matthew Shipp: Expansion Power Release
  • Misha Mengelberg: Solo
  • Marilyn Crispell: Red
  • Marilyn Crispell: Blue
  • Evan Parker: After Appleby
  • Joshua Redman: Beyond
  • Maybe Monday: Saturn's Finger
  • Richard Lee Johnson: Fingertip Ship (Metro Blue)
  • References

    1999 in jazz Wikipedia


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