Links to sites elsewhere containing information on Scottish jazz musicians:

The Jimmy Deuchar Archives (Facebook group)

A project curated by Bruce Rayner that collects, collates information and provides a space for discussion on the life and work of Dundee trumpeter, Jimmy Deuchar.

The National Jazz Archive (website)

Founded by British jazz cornetist, author and broadcaster Digby Fairweather in 1988, the National Jazz Archive’s vision is to ensure that the rich cultural heritage of jazz is safeguarded for future generations of enthusiasts, professionals and researchers.

Playtime – New Adventures in Music (Facebook group)

During the Covid pandemic, Playtime have continued a programme of socially-distanced online gigs featuring musicians from far and wide alongside the house quartet. Independent to the work of the SJA, each of these gigs has featured an interview with the guest artist (many of them Scottish) and they are available here.

The Sandy Brown Archive (website)

A resource that documents and celebrates the life and work of Edinburgh clarinetist Sandy Brown.

Jazz at the Third Eye (blog)

Blog introducing a multi-media project curated by Steward Smith exploring Glasgow’s visionary arts centre launched on October 22, 2021.

Singer to Singer (podcast)

Interviews conducted by musician Sophie Bancroft featuring Scottish vocalist Fionna Duncan.

Marc Marnie Photography (website)

Scotland’s preeminent music photographer showcasing an extensive selection of portraits of Scottish and visiting jazz luminaries.

Rob Adams – Journalist (website)

News and reviews of jazz (and more) in Scotland