About JazzUK

JazzUK ceased publication in November 2014 as part of Jazz Services' organisational restructuring plans.  For more information, click here.  

The following information is for archive use only.

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JazzUK magazine is published every two months by Jazz Services.  As well as offering readers an insight into the UK’s jazz scene, with features and interviews in each issue, it also serves as the house magazine for Jazz Services and reports on our activities and funding initiatives and the bands involved.  



Each issue of JazzUK is available read online or download for free as a PDF from the JazzUK Archive page of our site, with the five most recent editions listed in the 'Downloads' box to the right of this screen.

The magazine is not aimed solely at specialists, but seeks to spread appreciation of the music, and to expand the opportunities for its performers.

With a print run over 25,000, and distributed FREE to hundreds of clubs, pubs, concert halls, colleges, record shops and libraries throughout the UK, JazzUK is committed to securing appropriate recognition for UK jazz musicians, and helping to foster a healthy jazz scene.

JazzUK seeks to help players, promoters and the general public share in the appreciation of jazz, and make it widely recognised as a vital cultural force of this century.

JazzUK also produces Gigs, our free monthly guide to the live jazz scene with listings of jazz gigs up and down the UK, highlights, festival guides and more.  Download the latest issue here!