Supporting the Jazz Genre and The 4 Land's Region of Central Europe

 
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About the JazzNet247 Project
The JazzNet247 (Jazz Network available 24/7) Project is a not-for-profit jazz project which has been helping the jazz genre and the musicians since 1994 and is one of the longest running jazz internet websites.
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The website host is  Wes George who has spent his lifetime in the entertainment's industry all over the world especially in the jazz genre. He has worked in many aspects of the music business including :- as a musician, dj, radio presenter, sound engineer, nightclub manager, music shop owner, multimedia designer, marketing and PR manager and also reviewing jazz albums for Sony Jazz, Jazz In Europe, All That Jazz, The EuroClubdeJazz and The Sounds Of Brazil.

He was the webmaster and carried out online marketing for 6 years for the major label Sony Jazz in London, UK which had surely the greatest roster of artists in the history of jazz music. (Columbia, CBS, Legacy, Epic, CTI and the Sony Jazz labels). He was also a Corporate Marketing, Training and PR Executive.

He has an excellent knowledge of other genres including mainstream jazz, bossa nova, soul, funk and Latin American.

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He has more than 50 years experience behind him and looks forward to the future and helping the genre and the artists for years to come, health prevailing. Wes enjoys listening to mainstream jazz on vinyl, golf, aviation, cross country skiing, cycling and Nordic Walking. He's also a full time carer for his disabled wife and hosts a charity website for SPICE in Sri Lanka for the further education of children in this country.

Wes won a prestigious USA National Marketing Award in 2000 through his marketing and multimedia company AGMAMI for his innovative Enhanced CDs design, initially he helped a Colorado pianist sell 5,000 ECDs to one client as opposed to his usual sales pattern of 500 CDs to 500 customers. The end user could view a multimedia marketing presentation on their computer and then listen to 12 tracks from the same CD on their audio player at home or in the car. The musician went on to sell thousands of his albums to other clients.

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