Visit Norton Center for the Arts, Centre College for many national jazz performers included in their annual concert series.
Jamey Aebersold Jazz: Website where you can purchase the world famous jazz “Play-A-Long” books by Louisville saxophonist Jamey Aebersold. Also included on the site is “Jamey’s Calendar”, free Jazz Catalog and Handbook, listings of Dealers inside and outside the USA, many jazz and music links, and much more.
Jamey Aebersold’s Summer Jazz Workshops: Includes information about the annual workshops, information on the Week-long Workshop and the Jazz Mini Courses as well as the Schedules, a listing of Workshop faculty members by instrument and their bios, a photo gallery, and the all important Contact information.
The Louisville Jazz Society lists happenings in and around town.
The University of Louisville Jazz Studies program.
The Jazz Studies program at Morehead State University is one of the oldest in Kentucky presenting varied jazz performances throughout the year.
The EKU Center for the Arts, Veterans Blvd (Light 6) in Richmond, KY, on the campus of Eastern Kentucky University. Occasional jazz artists performing.
The Redmoor Jazz Club and Restaurant, 3187 Linwood Ave.
The Vectren Jazz Series at the Dayton Art Institute
Check The Jazz Advocate web site for jazz in Dayton (and some in Cincy as well)
Coco’s Bistro, 250 Warren St, has occasional jazz artsists performing.
Jazz from Bloomington surveys the jazz scene in Bloomington
The Jazz Kitchen
St. Louis, MO:
The Pageant, 6161 Delmar St, (314) 726-6161, Mon.- Sat., 11AM-7PM. (Select “0” to talk to a staff member.). The Pageant Nightclub was built from the ground up specifically as a live music venue and opened for the first time on October 19, 2000. Check the Pageant website for all info regarding tickets, seating, parking, directions, facility, etc.
Middle Tennessee State University (Murfreesboro) WMOT 89.5 FM NPR Locally Programmed Jazz Radio