Jazz in London
last updated 21/02/2014
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JAZZ IN LONDON DISTRIBUTION
The printed version of Jazz In London can be collected at various locations in and around London. It is generally distributed about a week before the end of the previous month to the pick-up points listed here.
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This e-mail address is only for subscription to the free notification service. Your personal information will not be passed to anyone else without your permission. Please do not use this address for listings or advertising requests or other correspondence as no human gets to read it..
Communicating with Jazz In London
Advertising questions should be sent to email@example.com or phone 01904 848338. Space needs to be reserved as early in the month as possible; deadline for copy for advertisements varies from month to month but is around the 10th-12th.
.......should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. Because we set high store by accuracy of information, listings will not be taken over the telephone. (Fax is no longer an option).Deadline for free listings is generally the 14th of the previous month (6pm) but please send before this date if possible. Ongoing gigs must be confirmed every month by the 14th, even if the information is the same.
However, we cannot guarantee to list every gig that is submitted . . .
....... Jazz In London is a specialist JAZZ publication, and decisions about listings are made on the basis of their appeal to jazz audiences in Greater London. The music must be predominantly Jazz (mainstream to contemporary), rather than predominantly Blues, Soul, R & B or whatever.
Priority is given to gigs by professional or semi-pro musicians (except in the case of jam sessions). For restaurant gigs, you must specify whether access is available to non-dining listeners, or whether dining is obligatory. Restaurants which have obligatory dining at a high price (with jazz as a secondary element) are a low priority for listing.
Keep information brief, but make sure to include venue name & address, date & day of the week, artist/band, time, admission price (or F /FD*). Please also give your contact phone number, a phone number for the venue,and a phone number for public enquiries about the jazz (this can be the same number as the venue if appropriate).
Do not send press releases, pictures or other documents which include your programme. We do not have the resources to provide extensive editing. And please do not send attachments which will clog up our mailbox and slow our link down. Weekly/monthly residencies should be marked (R) but must still be confirmed each month before the 14th (6pm) of the previous month otherwise we will assume the residency has ceased.
* F = free admission, FD = free admission to diners, R = residency
If you have any problems either viewing or printing the pdf file please let us know at email@example.com. On a more positive note why not tell us anyway of your first successful download of "Jazz in London". This will give us confidence that we are reaching you reliably and in sufficient numbers. While you are at it, why not e-mail the URL (http://www.jazzinlondon.net) to any of your friends who may not have easy access to the paper copy distribution.
Jazz In London has been continuously produced for over 40 years. To read an account of the back history, checkout Sebastian Scotney's London Jazz Blog at http://londonjazz.blogspot.com/2011/06/celebrating-forty-years-of-jazz-in.html.