BBC Jazz Awards

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The BBC Jazz Awards were set up in 2001 and had the status of one of the premier jazz awards in the UK. There were awards for Best Musician, Best Vocalist, Rising Star, Best Album, Jazz Innovation, Radio 2 Jazz Artist, Services to Jazz, Best of Jazz amongst others. In March 2009, the BBC made a decision to axe the BBC Jazz Awards.[1]






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  5. ^ "Chick Corea, Christine Tobin and Humphrey Lyttelton among the winners at the BBC Jazz Awards 2008". eJazzNews. 22 July 2008. Archived from the original on 8 March 2010. Retrieved 8 March 2010. 

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