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A warm welcome to you all. Thanks for your interest and continued support. Most read 5 stories over the past 7 days: 1 Honour for the Deep Mo's Yolanda Charles; 2 Something inside so strong; 3 Jazz venues helped to continue their vital role; 4 …

Published: 17 Oct 2020. Updated: 4 days.

A warm welcome to you all. Thanks for your interest and continued support. Most read 5 stories over the past 7 days:

1 Honour for the Deep Mo's Yolanda Charles;

2 Something inside so strong;

3 Jazz venues helped to continue their vital role;

4 Before the London Tier 2 announcement the capital's jazz scene showed a slightly improving picture in a few more clubs until that is the latest tightening of COVID-related restrictions adds further complexity for performers and venues;

5 A 2021 record to look forward to – Shez Raja's Tales of the Punjab.

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Tom Lewis Music Week interview

A few of the key passages from Andre Paine of Music Week's interview with Decca's co-MD Tom Lewis shaped around the release of Blue Note Re:imagined: ''I love that straight-ahead jazz is getting this level of broadcast support. The album launch …

Published: 16 Oct 2020. Updated: 4 days.

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A few of the key passages from Andre Paine of Music Week's interview with Decca's co-MD Tom Lewis shaped around the release of Blue Note Re:imagined:

''I love that straight-ahead jazz is getting this level of broadcast support. The album launch itself will be backed by a very significant digital and retail spend targeting Blue Note aficionados, fans of all the contributing artists as well as those audiences whose tastes align with the new explosion in jazz listening."

"The overwhelmingly domestic line-up of artists feels like a very important point. Put simply, jazz in the UK is the most exciting in the world. And, certainly, the bands who have emerged from within this scene – or, more accurately, these scenes – have made their presence known around the world. It feels thrilling to see so many British acts carrying the Blue Note logo. I don’t think that has happened since the early ‘90s.'' Full interview