Jazz music is booming, but Americans are getting more of it than ever before, according to a new study.
A new report from the Public Religion Research Institute found that Americans have been listening to more jazz since the 1970s.
The report found that in 2016, they listened to more than 13 million hours of music.
That’s up from the 12 million hours recorded in 2011.
And the average American listens to jazz more than once a week.
“It’s a huge increase in the past few decades,” said lead author Emily Bazelon, a professor of public policy and sociology at the University of Michigan.
Bazelons team also found that jazz fans are increasingly young, with more than a quarter of adults between the ages of 18 and 34 listening to the music.
And those who listen more often are more likely to become jazz fans, Bazelos said.
“This is a great way to engage with music, but it also raises important questions about the ways that we organize our lives around music,” Bazel on how jazz music shapes American culture.
The study looked at the popularity of jazz music across multiple genres, and found that the most popular genres of jazz were blues, country, gospel, pop and rock.
These genres of music are popular across many demographics, from college students to artists and performers.
The most popular genre of jazz is blues, and in 2016 there were nearly 2.4 million concerts and events in the United States, according the report.
This includes nearly 700,000 concerts and music events at stadiums, concert halls and amphitheaters.
Jazz is a very young music genre that has been around for a long time.
According to Bazel, its popularity started to increase in 1884, when the popular rock band the Rolling Stones released their debut album.
The song “Lonely Hearts Walk” became a hit and became the most-watched song in the world, with the song reaching number one on the pop charts.
Since then, jazz has become more popular, and today it is the most listened to music genre in the country.
In 2016, the most commonly heard music in the U.S. was country, according this report.
But in 2016 jazz was only heard by about 2.2 million people, according Bazel.
Jazz, along with country, has also been the most covered genre.
This is because, Baskin said, jazz is a genre that is often covered by pop music, and it is not as widely played as pop music.
“Pop music is popular, but they’re not very diverse, and they’re really, really hard to listen to,” Baskins said.
In other words, jazz fans have always been listening.
And as Baskis team found, that is changing.
The new study found that since 2010, jazz and pop music have both seen their popularity grow.
This was true for both genres of songs, and both genres have seen an increase in popularity over the past three years.
“Jazz and pop are both gaining popularity,” Bock said.
The results show that there are more people than ever listening to jazz.
But while that increase has been dramatic, it has not been as dramatic as some of the more recent data, such as the rise in music consumption over the last five years, Bock added.
For example, Biffa said, it’s not just that people are listening more, but that they are listening to their music more often.
“We’re seeing a lot more jazz, a lot of new genres, a whole new kind of music, where you can go and play jazz at the bar,” he said.
Jazz and pop have also been growing faster than country.
According a new report by the Public Interest Research Group, jazz music has become the second-most-wanted genre, behind country music, which is also popular among college students.
“You can go into a bar and you can hear a great deal of country, but you can also go into one and you’ll hear a lot less jazz,” Biffas said.
Pop music is also growing.
This report found a huge rise in pop music consumption from 2011 to 2016, and that includes more than 700,00 concerts and entertainment events.
“I think that’s going to continue,” Bitch said.
Bitch and Bazel agree that music fans should stop worrying about the popularity and start focusing on the quality of the music and how it’s being made.
They also suggest that musicians and performers are doing a better job of explaining how they think about jazz.
“In a lot.
of ways, I think it’s better to have a great, complex message than to have one simple idea,” Bitz said.
And they also believe that musicians are starting to see the value of a new way to approach the genre.
“There’s a whole range of things that musicians can do with the art that they do, like painting, making sculpture, that’s really good,” Biskin said. But