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The oldest jazz magazine in New York, Hot House is the only publication in the New York metro area devoted solely to previews of upcoming jazz events.
Month after month, year after year since 1982, Hot House has
offered insight and enthusiasm to both longtime jazz fans and newcomers to
the scene reaching its goal to inform each
readers, help promote events and bring audience to the performances.
Who’s playing where this evening? What recent CD releases are particularly stimulating and enjoyable? Which new group is especially worth catching live? Hot House is the answer.
For musicians, club owners, concert promoters and record labels eager to get out the word on what’s coming up, Hot House is the ideal advertising medium. Through the publication, they’re reaching knowledgeable, discerning and affluent readers with money to spend.
Over three decades, Hot House has built a loyal and responsive readership. Some are subscribers who receive their copies in the mail. Others pick up the magazine at New York’s leading clubs, concert halls, hotels and music outlets. Still others check out our expanded website.
Larger, livelier and more comprehensive than ever before, Hot House continues to serve as New York’s jazz Bible!
What do our fans have to say?
From advertiser John Malatesta - Managing Director of Baruch Performing Arts Center, previously Marketing Director at Tribeca Performing Arts Center:
“I personally know that Hot House Magazine is what the jazz fans read. I have seen the audience members in the lobby at Jack Kleinsinger’s [Highlights in Jazz] concerts grab Hot House and pass over the other magazines. Plus, tickets for my jazz concerts have always sold incredibly well through my Hot House advertising… Hot House is truly the leading jazz magazine in NYC!!!”.
From subscriber George F. Griebel of Salisbury, CT:
"This is my 20th year with your great magazine. Your coverage is wonderful. Congratulation. Love all you put in to it, keep up the great work”.
From subscriber David McKee of New York, NY:
"This magazine is invaluable! Worth $45/year.
From subscriber David Beisel of Suffern, NY:
"I let my subscription lapse. Whoops! What am I doing without my Hot House?