1985 in jazz
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|1985 in jazz|
Ornette Coleman's Prime Time at the Caravan of Dream in 1985
|Decade||1980s in jazz|
|Music||1985 in music|
|Standards||List of post-1950 jazz standards|
|See also||1984 in jazz – 1986 in jazz|
This is a timeline documenting events of Jazz in the year 1985.
- 24 – 14th Moers Festival started in Moers, Germany (May 24 – 27).
- 22 – 13th Nattjazz started in Bergen, Norway (May 22 – June 5).
- 28 – The 6th Montreal International Jazz Festival started in Montreal, Canada (June 28 – July 7).
- 4 – The 19th Montreux Jazz Festival started in Montreux, Switzerland (July 4 – 20).
- 12 – The 10th North Sea Jazz Festival started in The Hague, Netherlands (July 12 – 14).
- Abdullah Ibrahim: Water From an Ancient Well
- Butch Morris: Current Trends In Racism
- Bobby Previte: Bump The Renaissance
- George Russell: The African Game
- Rova Saxophone Quartet: Crowd
- Lyle Mays: Lyle Mays
- David Liebman: The Loneliness Of A Long-Distance Runner
- James Newton: Water Mystery
- Hank Robertson: Transparency
- David Torn: Best Laid Plans
- Borbetomagus: Borbeto Jam
- Mark Nauseef: Wun Wun
- Kip Hanrahan: Vertical Currency
- Patrick O'Hearn: Ancient Dreams
- Don Pullen: Sixth Sense
- John Carter: Castles of Ghana
- Gerry Hemingway: Outerbridge Crossing
- Leni Stern: Clairvoyant
- Marc Johnson: Bass Desires
- Terje Rypdal: Chasers
- Tom Harrell: Moon Alley
- Wynton Marsalis: Black Codes (From the Underground)
- Wynton Marsalis: J Mood
- Paul Winter: Canyon
- Tony Williams: Civilization
- Michael Mantler: Alien
- Herbie Hancock: Village Life
- The Manhattan Transfer: Vocalese
- Michael Franks: Skin Dive
- Ben Sidran: On the Cool Side
- John Hicks Trio: Inc. 1
- Annette Hanshaw, American jazz singer
- Benny Morton, American jazz trombonist most associated with the swing genre
- Big Joe Turner, American blues shouter
- Blind John Davis, African American, blues, jazz and boogie-woogie pianist and singer
- Calvin Jackson, American jazz pianist, composer, and bandleader
- Cedric Wallace, American jazz double-bassist
- Charlie Holmes, American alto jazz saxophonist of the swing era
- Charlie Munro, reedist and flautist
- Chris Woods, American alto saxophonist
- Cie Frazier, American drummer
- Cootie Williams, American trumpeter
- David "Buck" Wheat,
- Dick Vance, American trumpeter
- Dicky Wells, American trombonist
- Ed Lewis, American trumpeter
- Frank Traynor,
- George Duvivier, American double-bass player
- Georgie Stoll,
- Jo Jones, American drummer
- Joe Darensbourg, American clarinetist and saxophonist
- Johnny Desmond, American singer
- Johnny Guarnieri, American pianist
- Kenny Clarke, American drummer and bandleader
- Leon Prima, American trumpeter
- Little Brother Montgomery, American pianist and singer
- Lonnie Hillyer, American trumpeter
- Max Miller,
- Nelson Boyd, American bassist
- Nick Ceroli, American drummer
- Philly Joe Jones, American drummer
- Richard Williams, American trumpet player
- Sam Wooding, pianist, arranger and bandleader
- Shizuko Kasagi, Japanese singer
- Skeeter Best, American guitarist
- Zoot Sims, American jazz saxophonist
- Aaron Weinstein, jazz violinist, mandolinist
- Alexa Ray Joel, American singer, songwriter and pianist
- Melody Gardot, American singer, writer and musician
- Paul Carnegie-Jones, New Zealand pianist
- Rachael Price, jazz vocalist from Hendersonville, Tennessee
- Theo Croker, jazz trumpeter, singer, and bandleader from Leesburg, Florida
- Ximena Sariñana, Mexican singer-songwriter and actress
- "Vossajazz". Vossajazz. Retrieved 2016-04-30.
- "Moers Festival 1985". Moers Festival. Retrieved 2016-04-30.
- "Nattjazz" (in Norwegian). Nattjazz. Retrieved 2016-04-30.
- "Festival International de Jazz de Montréal 1985". Montreal International Jazz Festival. Retrieved 2016-04-30.
- "Montreux Jazz Festival 1985 Setlists". Setlist.fm. Retrieved 2016-04-30.
- "North Sea Jazz Festival 1985". North Sea Jazz Festival. Retrieved 2016-04-30.
- "Brecon Jazz Festival 1985". FriendsOfBreconJazz.com. Retrieved 2016-04-30.
- "Monterey Jazz Festival 1985". Instagram.com. Retrieved 2016-04-30.