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Top Jazz Tracks Week of June 25

  Chris Standring grabs the number one spot this week with Like This, Like That.  This is off the Ten album.  Chris will play some dates this summer, most notably at the Gateway Jazz Festival in St. Louis, and the Catalina Jazz Club in Los Angeles on September 19th. Skinny Hightower enters the top 10 this week, with Taboo. Top Jazz Tracks Week of June 25 The top jazz tracks for this week are:

Top Jazz Tracks Week of June 18

  Richard Elliot takes sits on the top spot again this week with Harry The Hipster.  This is off the Summer Madness album.  Two new entries in the top ten this week. Blur Rondo from Philippe Saisse Trio, and Jazz Holdouts with Summer Nights make the jump this week.

Top Jazz Tracks Week of June 11

  Richard Elliot takes over the top spot this week with Harry The Hipster.  This is off the Summer Madness album.  Elliot is a part of the group West Coast Jam, along with Norman Brown and Rick Braun.  They will be performing some dates this summer, including in Las Vegas, at the Foundry. Chris Standring jumps six spots to number three with his hit Like This, Like That.  Jeff Lorber Fusion and John Novello are back in the top ten this week.  Check out the full chart below.

Top Jazz Tracks Week of June 4

   Lindsey Webster continues at the top spot once again with Where Do You Want To Go.  Richard Elliot, Althea Rene and Chris Standring jump into the top ten this week.  

Top Jazz Tracks Week of May 28

  Lindsey Webster takes the top spot this week with Where Do You Want To Go.  If you have not had a chance to listen to the album, you are missing out on some fine tracks.  Webster will be on the road for several dates this summer.  We will keep you posted on her whereabouts.  New to the top ten this week include Special EFX and their new offering, Lavish, and Norman Brown with It Keeps Coming Back.

Top Jazz Tracks Week of May 21

  Top Jazz Tracks Week of May 21 Paul Brown continues at the top spot this week with Hush.  This is the second week at number one.  If you are in Portugal in September, you may want to check out Paul Brown.  He will be a part of the Portugal Jazz Fest. Jeff Lorber Fusion is back in the top ten this week with Hyperdrive.  

Top Jazz Tracks Week of May 14

  Top Jazz Tracks Week of May 14 Paul Brown jumps up eight spots to grab the top spot this week with Hush.  That is off the One Way Back album.  John Novello is in at nine with Shuffle The Deck, and Norman Brown's first single off the new album, Let It Go enters the charts at number ten.  

Top Jazz Tracks Week of May 7

Top Jazz Tracks Week of May 7 Marc Antoine takes over the top spot this week.  Why Not features Philippe Saisse, and it is off of the Laguna Beach album.  Paul Brown is back in the top 10 this week with Hush.

Top Jazz Tracks Week of April 30

Top Jazz Tracks Week of April 30 Brian Culbertson is once again at the top of the charts with Hey Girl.  No changes this week, as all of the tracks hold firm at their positions.

Top Jazz Tracks Week of April 23

Top Jazz Tracks Week of April 23 Brian Culbertson continues at the top of the charts with Hey Girl.  This is off the Funk! album.  Fun fact:  Brian has written and produced more than 28 number one smooth contemporary tracks.  Many hits throughout his career, and there's no end in sight. Lindsey Webster is back in the top ten with Where Do You Want To Go.  

Top Jazz Tracks Week of April 16

  Top Jazz Tracks Week of April 16 Brian Culbertson is back with Hey Girl.  This is off the Funk! album.  A slow groove for you to play over and over.  Brian is starting to work on an album of romantic songs.  This will be released on Valentine's Day 2018.  We will keep you updated on the progress. Also do not forget the Napa Valley Jazz Getaway happening June 7-11.  Big names will be performing.  Check out the info here.  One new entry in top top ten this week.  Shuffle ...

Top Jazz Tracks Week of April 9

Top Jazz Tracks Week of April 9 Kayla Waters takes the top spot this week on the Smooth Jazz Charts.  I Am is the first single off of the Apogee release.  She will be performing in select cities during the month of May.  Visit iamkaylawaters.com for more information. Three new entries to the list this week.  Michael Lington's Midnight Drive, Bona Fide, by Julian Vaughn, and Lindsey Webster's Where Do You Want To Go.

Top Jazz Tracks Week of April 2

Top Jazz Tracks Week of April 2 Cindy Bradley makes a big leap to number one this week.  Category A is the first single off the new album, Natural.  Bradley has been picking up steam over the past couple of years, showcasing her superior trumpet skills.

Top Jazz Tracks Week of March 26

Top Jazz Tracks Week of March 26 Morning Call is still at the top of the Smooth Jazz chart this week.  We also have some great new music making its way into the top ten.  Rick Braun's remake of the hit We Don't Talk Anymore, Brian Culbertson's Hey Girl, Gerald Albright's Boom Boom, and Don't Say A Word by Walter Beasley are featured this week.  

Top Jazz Tracks Week of March 19

Top Jazz Tracks Week of March 19 Nick Colionne continues at number one this week.  Nick will be a part of the City of Lights Jazz & R&B Fest happening in Las Vegas. Brian Simpson is back in the top ten with Wonderland.  Other than that, the top ten stays firm, with major movement from Cindy Bradley.  

Top Jazz Tracks Week of March 12

Top Jazz Tracks Week of March 12 Nick Colionne continues at number one this week.  Morning Call is the second number one off of The Journey.  Cindy Bradley is back with Category A.  This track features Chris Standring.  Walter Beasley is also back in the top 10 with his new track, Don't Say A Word.    

Top Jazz Tracks Week of March 5

Top Jazz Tracks Week of March 5 Nick Colionne is back with a new number one this week.  Morning Call is the second number one off of The Journey, and if you like those tracks, you will like the entire album.  Marc Antoine is back in the top ten this week with Why Not, featuring Philippe Saisse.

Top Jazz Tracks Week of February 26

Top Jazz Tracks Week of February 26 Do I Do continues at the top of the Smooth Jazz charts for the fourth consecutive week.  This is of of the album Groovin'. Kayla Waters debuts in the top 10 this week with I Am.  Doc Powell is also back this week with So Cool.