March 2010

The 100 CD’s Project began on October 20, 2009 as an experiment in getting my new CD out into the world. You can see all the posts relating to the project here. Fresh on the heals of CD #55 being found, today I got an email from Iceland about CD #72! That’s two in one […]

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The 100 CD’s Project began on October 20, 2009 as an experiment in getting my new CD out into the world. You can see all the posts relating to the project here. It’s so exciting to receive an email from someone who found one of my 100 CD’s Project CD’s, especially a few months later! […]

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The idea of the cultural relevance of art is not new. In fact, I’d argue that all art springs from the need of the artist to say something about his or her relationship to the world. It’s this relationship that makes us all unique, as no two people interact with or see the world in […]

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Jazz Lives at Nextbop.com

by Jason on March 11, 2010 · 0 comments

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If you follow me on Twitter you’ve certainly heard me talk about my love for the website Nextbop.com. The site is run by two 20-something jazz fans from Montreal (@nextbop), and gets regular contributions from another 20-something jazz fan from San Antonio, named Anthony Dean-Harris (@retronius). Their stated mission is to “create a website with […]

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The 100 CD’s Project began on October 20, 2009 as an experiment in getting my new CD out into the world. You can see all the posts relating to the project here. Thanks to my friend and wonderful jazz pianist Sunna Gunnlaugs the Jason Parker Quartet CD “No More, No Less” is now scattered around […]

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On May 6, the Jason Parker Quartet will hit the road for our very first tour! We’re renting a van and spending 16 days on the glorious highways and byways of the Western United States. We’ll play 11 shows and bring our music to fans new and old from Seattle to San Diego and back […]

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