But okay to add an actual thing because I can't resist talking a ton about jazz here - I am guessing I am square in your target audience, considering I'm a swing dancer and also work at one of the biggest dances in Boston, and am pretty much constantly surrounded by jazz when I'm not at punk shows or listening to the band I'm doing a poster for or something. Our DJ, Mike, is a big fan of the classics including everyone you have up there, and he gets us the absolute best in modern jazz for live nights. The point is, I love jazz and listen to it all the time.
The thing is, your prints don't even come close to doing something for me. Jazz is a daring form of music and anything good strongly encourages improvisation and movement, and your prints don't convey that. It has more in common for me with neo-swing* than actual jazz. Y'know, the dudes who just copied the opening drum beat of Sing, Sing, Sing and figured they knew all they needed to know about jazz and just switched back into a rock n roll beat once the intro was done. They just kinda adopted little bits and pieces of jazz as window dressing without trying to learn about it, and people who do actually love jazz did not talk kindly to it and take whatever chance they get to openly mock it. Your prints are bland and static and really could be for anyone if you just switched out the photos and the lyrics. The visual style doesn't really speak to them and I have no idea why you would want or need so much text. As a "jazz junkie", you fall very flat, like a ballroom dancer who comes in to our dance with a straight back and no pulse.
*exceptions, but more people at the same time period but aren't considered neo: squirrel nut zippers swung pretty well, andrew bird's bowl of fire is screwy footwork variation heaven, kevin o'donnell's quality six shares many of the same members and is also totally great, that one jazz record katharine whalen put out was really amazing, really is that all i can think of that's pretty pathetic