According to a blog post in The Baltimore Sun, Liam Flynn’s Ale House, which has been hosting four different weeknight jam sessions, will remain open in its current location on North Avenue for the remainder of the year, thanks in part to the contributions to its GoFundMe campaign. | Read more>>
Baltimore Jazz Fest
Saturday October 1, Druid Hill Park, FREE — The location is adjacent to the H.P. Rawlings Conservatory, at Gwynns Falls Parkway and Beechwood Drive. | Read more>>
By Ian Rashkin, BJA President. Here at BJA Central we’ve heard a lot about how Baltimore lacks a jazz festival. There have been a couple of attempts, but for various reasons, they’ve not managed to take hold as an integral part of the Baltimore jazz scene. | Read more>>
Sad news — Word has come that Liam Flynn’s Ale House on North Avenue will be closing, due to an increase in the rent. Liam Flynn’s has been hosting the traditional jazz jam on Sunday afternoons, the gypsy jazz jam session on Monday nights (as featured in the March 2016 BJA newsletter) and the straight-ahead jazz jam on Thursday nights (as featured in the July/August 2016 BJA newsletter), as well as the Appalachian Old-Time jam on Tuesdays and the Celtic/Irish traditional Jam on Wednesdays. | Read more>>
Carl Grubbs After several years in which little or no real jazz was featured at Artscape, the BJA is pleased that this year’s event includes a number of jazz performances in a range of genres, including straight-head, Latin, gypsy jazz, funk and fusion, and experimental. | Read more>>