"We have been working with New World 'n' Jazz for over 10 years and have always been thrilled with their commitment to excellence! We have had more Top 10 and #1 charting projects than ever before. We highly recommend them!"-Tom Burns, Capri Records

"Neal Sapper knows Jazz, in all of its flavors. His passion for the music is evident in the way he advocates for the artists and the songs he represents."-Mark Ribbons, WNWV-Cleveland

More Testimonials

“Neal is a consummate professional, knowledgeable about the industry, persistent, personable, caring, and always a pleasure to work with. If you want a promoter who knows every music director in the business, has years of promoting experience, is on top of trends and technology and who will work his tail off for you – it’s Neal with New World ‘n’ Jazz!”

-Kayonne Riley, Director WUCF-FM 89.9 Jazz & More

“Neal Sapper and New World ‘n’ Jazz are my obvious and go-to choice for radio promotion. Neal and his team consistently deliver results-driven campaigns, and I never hesitate to recommend him to colleagues! ”

-Nick Finzer

“New World ‘n’ Jazz has served as Motema’s jazz and world radio department for fifteen years, since we began in 2003. They have been key members of the Motema family and are responsible for so many top JazzWeek chartings for us. Jazz radio has been an important part of our success, and New World ‘n’ Jazz has led the way for us.”

–Jana Herzen, Founder & President, Motema Music

“Over the years we have worked closely with Neal on a number of Masterworks/OKeh projects and have always been impressed by how he  consistently over-delivers, securing multiple Top-10’s – and #1’s – on the radio charts.  Beyond our many successes (thank you!), Neal’s professionalism, work ethic, and commitment to our artists and their music, is what makes him a truly invaluable member of our extended family. We look forward to many more years of this great partnership.”

-Josh Lerman-Vice President, International Marketing/Masterworks

“I can always count on Neal and New World ‘n’ Jazz to deliver on a excellent variety of smooth and contemporary jazz….he’s persistent, to the point, and knows his stuff!”

-Sharon Kaye-WFSK Nashville

“New World ‘n’ Jazz Marketing and Promotion is very effective in securing airplay for their client’s projects. With many years of experience behind them, Neal and Matt are adept at recognizing tracks that would be successful at radio. Their opinions are trusted by program directors nationwide, which becomes evident when you look at how many hit records they have promoted over the years. Neal and Matt work the single for its entire usable life, not just a pre-determined number of weeks, which makes their services an excellent value. If you are fortunate enough to have New World ‘n’ Jazz represent your music, you will definitely be extremely happy with their efforts on your behalf.”

-Al DeGregoris

“I have worked with Neal Sapper for nearly 20 years. He is professional, communicates well with his clients, and gets the job done. I can’t even think of going to anyone else. He is my go-to person for radio marketing.”

-Gail Boyd Artist Management

“Neal is a solid record guy and a true promotion professional. He’s always enthusiastic, tremendously thorough, and very persistent.”

-Mike Cornette-WUSF Tampa, Fl

Labels We Have Worked With (Partial List)

215 Music – 335 Records – 550 Music – A440 Music – Afrasia Productions – ARK 21 – Artist Share – Atlantic – Basin Street – Blue Jackel – Burnin’ Down the House – Canyon Records – Capri Records – Columbia – Concord – Cumulus Records – DOMO – ECM – EMI/Capitol – Epic – Fantasy/Milestone – Freeham – Harmonia Mundi – Heads Up – HighTone – Higher Octave – Justin Time – Lightyear Entertainment – Liquid 8 – Manchester Craftsman’s Guild – Malandro Records – Mesa/Bluemoon – Motema – N-Coded – Narada – Native Language – Nonesuch – NuGroove Music – Origin – Palmetto – Pacific Coast Jazz – Peak – Reprise – Rhombus Records – Rhythm & Groove – Shanachie – Six Degrees – Smithsonian Folkways – Sony – Souliloquy – TCB – Telarc – Tinder – Triloka – Tropijazz – Unity – Universal – Verve – VP Records – Warner Brothers – Windham Hill – World Circuit – Whaling City Sound – Ruby Slippers – Youme

Artists We Have Worked With (Partial List)

Matthew Whitaker – Abstrakt Blak – Ben Adams – King Sunny Ade – Gerald Albright – Eric Alexander – Monty Alexander – Geri Allen – Karrin Allyson – Clifton Anderson – Lynne Arriale – Bad Plus – Badi Assad – Nanny Assis – Fahir Atakoglu – Chet Baker – Bob Baldwin – Scotty Barnhart – Corina Bartra – Roni Ben-Hur – David Benoit – Cheryl Bentyne – Walter Beasley – Beatlejazz – Richard Bona – Bona Fide – Bennett Brandeis – Alan Broadbent – Joshua Breakstone – Braxton Brothers – Michael Brecker – Brecker Brothers – Bobby Broom – Clarence Gatemouth Brown – Norman Brown – Ray Brown – Dave Brubeck – Buena Vista Social Club – Gary Burton – Ann Hampton Callaway – Michel Camilo – Larry Carlton – Marc Cary – Mayra Casales – Catz in the Hatz – Cyrus Chestnut – Tony Cimorosi – Charmaine Clamor – Clannad – Stanley Clarke – Gerald Clayton – Clayton Brothers – Rosemary Clooney – Ryan Cohan – Anat Cohen – Avashi Cohen – Chick Corea – Jerry Costanzo – Paquito D’Rivera – Olu Dara – Krishna Das – Deep Forest – Rick Derringer – Lea DeLaria – Tony DeSare – Down To The Bone – Candy Dulfer – Sheila E – Earth, Wind & Fire – Dave Ellis – Oran Etkin – Cesaria Evora – Majek Fashek – Cynthia Felton – Maynard Ferguson – Mike Freeman – Fourplay – Bill Frisell – Kenny Garrett – Stan Getz – Gilberto Gil – Gipsy Kings – Larry Goldings – Benny Golson – Benny Green – Danny Green – Dave Grusin – Russell Gunn – Daryl Hall – Jeff Hamilton – Alan Harris – Gene Harris – HD2 – Heath Brothers – Fred Hersch – Jake Hertzog – Lisa Hilton – Hiromi – Hiroshima – Fred Horn – Hot Club of Cowtown – Jessy J – Jah Cure – Javon Jackson – Jazz Messengers – Howard Johnson – Babatunde Lea – Ramsey Lewis – Pete Levin – Ladysmith Black Mambazo – Michael Lington – Chuck Loeb – Amy London – Jeff Lorber – Los Van Van – Los Zafiros – Carmen Lundy – Bobby Lyle – Miriam Makeba – Manhattan Transfer – Herbie Mann – Russell Malone – Turcuato Mariano – Branford Marsalis – Ellis Marsalis – Hugh Masekela – Nilson Matta & Friends – Joe McBride – Kit McClure – Jack McDuff – Loreena McKennitt – Marian McPartland – Marion Meadows – Brad Mehldau – Brian Melvin – Pat Metheny – Jason Miles – Bob Mintzer – Charnett Moffet – Jane Monheit – Airto Moreira – Melissa Morgan – Mark Mosley – Oliver Mtukudzi – Maria Muldaur – Gerry Mulligan – Najee – Andy Narell – Eliades Ochoa – Ondar – Keith Oxman – Rosa Passos – Jaco Pastorius – Oscar Peterson – Pieces Of A Dream – Courtney Pine – John Pizzarelli – Playing For Change – Jonathan Poretz – Frank Potenza – Chris Potter – Doc Powell – Flora Purim – Mark Rapp – Dewey Redman – Ed Reed – Marc Ribot – Buddy Rich – Jerome Richardson – Sonny Rollins – Rippingtons – Lin Rountree – Sakesho – Saltman Knowles – Kathy Sanborn – David Sanchez – Poncho Sanchez – Matt Savage – Tom Scott – Paul Serrato – Shapes – Art Sherrod Jr – Shilts – Janis Siegel – Harry Skoler – Richard Smith – Somi – Jay Soto – Soul Ballet – Ed Spargo – Esperanza Spalding – Spyro Gyra – Chris Standring – Mike Stern – Tierney Sutton – Billy Taylor – Paul Taylor – Rodney Taylor – Rob Thorsen – Wayman Tisdale – Nestor Torres – Steve Turre – Stanley Turrentine – The Bad Plus – Tulku – Two Siberians – McCoy Tyner – Ray Vega – Caetano Veloso – Ramana Vieira – Chris Walden – Laura Welland – Randy Weston – Matt Wilson – Nancy Wilson – Mark Winkler – Michael Wolff – Phil Woods – Yellowjackets – Yo Yo Ma – Zap Mama – Joe Zawinul – Vanessa Rubin – Etienne Charles – Trey Daniels – Mike Lee – Compay Segundo – Gerry Gibbs – Terry Gibbs – Jae Sinnett – Keith Andrew – Don Braden – Latrese Bush – Al Chalk – Reggie Codrington – Fostina Dixon – Jennifer Gammill – Daniel Giron – Joe Gransden – Karla Harris – Bob Holz – Jerome Jennings