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All That Jazz
   featured in the film   
Chicago (2002)
My Mammy
   featured in the film   
The Jazz Singer (1927)
On Broadway
   featured in the film   
All That Jazz (1979)
Toot, Toot, Tootsie
   featured in the film   
The Jazz Singer (1927)
Acker Bilk
   and   
The Paramount Jazz Band
Underground Resistance
   released   
Hi Tech Jazz
The Jazz Singer (1927)
   contains the line   
"Wait a Minute, Wait a Minute. You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet!"
First 'talking' movie starring Al Jolsen
Jelly Roll Morton
   released the album   
The King of New Orleans Jazz
Benny Goodman
   released the album   
Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert
Al Haig
   released the album   
Jazz Will O'The Wisp
The Charlie Mingus Jazz Workshop
   released the album   
Pithecanthropus Erectus
Ornette Coleman
   released the album   
The Shape of Jazz to Come
Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers
   released the album   
Keystone 3
1982
Cantor Rabinovitch
   appeared in   
The Jazz Singer (1980)
North Sea Jazz Festival
   is held in   
The Hague, Netherlands
Three-day weekend of round the clock concerts
Montreux Jazz Festival
   is held in   
Switzerland
16-days of blues, reggae, funk, soul, rap, rock and pop, as well as jazz
Cork Jazz Festival
   is held in   
Cork, Ireland
Ireland's biggest jazz festival
Newport Jazz Festival
   is held in   
Rhode Island, U.S.A.
Major jazz festival which has premiered many jazz standards. Founded in 1954 by George Wein, the all outdoor festival is held every August and features some of the world's greatest jazz musicians
Montreal International Jazz Festival
   is held in   
Montreal, Canada
2000 world-class musicians; world's largest jazz fest
Jazz Mag
   means   
Pornographic Magazine
Joe Strummer and Gaby Salter
   named a child   
Jazz Domino
Utah
   has an N.B.A. team called the   
Jazz
Team began in 1974 and moved to Utah from New Orleans in 1979
Tyrone Corbin
   is Head Coach of   
Utah Jazz
King Oliver, Kid Ory, Jelly Roll Morton
   are all   
New Orleans Jazz Pioneers
Fusion, Smooth, Third-Stream, Latin
   are all   
Types of Jazz
Desmond, Griffin, Simms, Parker, Coltrane
   are all   
Jazz Saxaphonists
Baby Dodds, Gene Krupa, Buddy Rich, Art Blakey
   are all   
Jazz Drummers
Kenny Kirkland, Ahmad Jamal, Erroll Garner
   are all   
Jazz Keyboardists
Krall, Carter, Holiday
   are all   
Jazz Vocalists
Chris Botti, Maynard Ferguson, Chuck Mangione
   are all   
Jazz Trumpeters
Goodman, Allen, Carter, Shaw
   are all   
Jazz Clarinetists
All That Jazz
   comes from the musical   
Chicago
Jitterbug
   is described as a   
Jazz Dance Featuring Vigorous Acrobatice Feats
Jive
   is described as a   
Fast Dance Done to Jazz or Swing Music
Shimmy
   is described as a   
Jazz Dance Featuring Rapid Shaking of the Body
Stomp
   is described as a   
Jazz Dance Featuring Heavy Stamping of the Feet
Bix Beiderbecke
   released the album   
At the Jazz Band Ball
Dinah Washington
   released the album   
Jazz Round Midnight
The Three Little Bops
   is   
A Porcine Jazz Combo
Jazz
   is   
A Musical Style
Neil Diamond
   won for the movie   
"The Jazz Singer"
1980
The Jazz Singer (1927)
   starred   
Al Jolson, May McAvoy and Warner Oland
Director: Alan Crosland. Also starred Eugenie Besserer, Otto Lederer & Robert Gordon. Plot: The son of a Jewish Cantor must defy his father in order to pursue his dream of becoming a jazz singer.
Hayden Carruth
   wrote   
The Fantastic Names of Jazz
"Zoot Sims, Joshua Redman, Billie Holiday, Pete Fountain"
"Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert"
   was released by   
Benny Goodman
1950 - inducted in 1975
"Bill Evans at the Montreaux Jazz Festival"
   was released by   
Bill Evans
1969 - Best Jazz Instrumental Album
New York Export: Opus Jazz
   was choreographed by   
Jerome Robbins
First premiered in 1958. Music by Robert Prince.
Charles Parker, Jr.
   was a/an   
Jazz Saxophonist
One of the most influential of all jazz musicians; 1920-1955
Jazzercise
   is a combination of   
Jazz and Exercise
Paul Whiteman
   has the nickname   
King of Jazz
American bandleader, he produced recordings that were immensely successful, and was best known for his blending of symphonic music and jazz, was very popular during the 1920's.
Darktown Strutters' Ball
   was released by   
Original Dixieland Jazz Band
1917 - inducted in 2006; landmark recording of jazz standard






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