On this Jazz New England saxophonist, composer and educator Daniel Ian Smith phones in. This always busy jazzman has a couple of show coming up and will be soon heading in to the studio for more recording. Join us Monday at 2 pm as the man behind The New World Jazz Composers Octet & The Big and Phat Jazz Orchestra shares his music and insights.
Can the art of confession truly help to redeem oneself? Or should our trials and tribulations be chalked up to human frailty? Tune in this Sunday evening when Al is joined author and expert commentator Paul Wilkes. They will be discuss how you can renew yourself and find inner peace through the practice of honesty.
Dave Bartlett is president of Kitchen Center of Framingham, the leading designer and installer of custom cabinetry in Metrowest. Kitchen Center specializes in the professional, affordable remodeling of kitchens, bathrooms and entertainment centers.
Because Kitchen Center is a member of the National Kitchen & Bath Association, all of its projects are built using Woodmode and Brookhaven cabinets—among the finest, most durable custom cabinetry available. Kitchen Center subscribes to standards regarding indoor-air quality, low-emitting materials, and corporate responsibility.out, designing and installing an affordable, sustainable kitchen, as well as reducing indoor air pollutants.
In an encore episode, Steve D'Agostino interviews Dave Bartlett.
Kitchen Center of Framingham is the leading designer and installer of custom cabinetry in Metrowest. Kitchen Center specializes in the professional, affordable remodeling of kitchens, bathrooms and entertainment centers.
Because Kitchen Center is a member of the National Kitchen & Bath Association, all of its projects are built using Woodmode and Brookhaven cabinets—among the finest, most durable custom cabinetry available. Kitchen Center subscribes to standards regarding indoor-air quality, low-emitting materials, and corporate responsibility.
In an encore episode, Steve D'Agostino interviews Dave Bartlett, owner and operator of Kitchen Center of Framingham.
Even if he didn’t “kill him a b’ar when he was only three”, as the Disney song extolled, David Crockett was probably our first celebrity hero. A true “Son of Tennessee”, which was the frontier of America in the very early 1800s, Crockett was a very successful bear hunter; the archetypical frontiersman, and a gifted raconteur. The wilderness was indeed his cathedral. Tune in to Inquiry tonight when we talk with writer MICHAEL WALLIS about his thrilling history of the idiosyncratic DAVID CROCKETT: THE LION OF THE WEST.
Tonight on Inquiry, we welcome back writer and teacher DAVID GESSNER. His new book is MY GREEN MANIFESTO: DOWN THE CHARLES RIVER IN PURSUIT OF A NEW ENVIRONMENTALISM. During a days long canoe and kayak trip down the Charles River with his friend Dan Driscoll, David observes the wonders of urban wildlife while at the same time meditating on what has gone wrong with environmentalism and why it has lost it’s powers to excite and motivate the masses. What David is looking for is something more dynamic; more human, an environmentalism that offers hope in the face of all the gloom and doom. Tune in and listen to this refreshing take on nature and humanity.
Born March 13, 1925, Haynes worked with Lester Young, Charlie Parker, Sarah Vaughan and John Coltrane, and continues to set the pace on the drums to this day. "He's so loose-limbed, writes JazzSet producer Mark Schramm. "There's not a trace of strain in any part of his body. Whether he's playing softly with brushes, or swinging with his trademark ride cymbal rhythm, or leaning in and driving the group, it's all done as if he were dancing at the drums. With Jaleel Shaw, Martin Bejerano and David Wong as the youth.
This edition of Folk Revival will feature Nick spinning songs which captured the rebellious spirit of an era. The folk protest movement was the voice for change in the 1940's to the 1960's and beyond. The set will feature the likes of Paul Robeson, Woody Guthrie, Barbara Dane, the Almanac Singers, the Weavers, Pete Seeger, the Chad Mitchell Trio, Peter-Paul-&-Mary, Joe Jencks, Jefferson Pepper, Joan Baez, Doug Kwartler, just to name a few.
On Thursday Dr. Leonard Brown will visit. This Northeastern professor of African American Studies and Music is a world-class saxophonist and Coltrane expert. His Joyful Noise ensemble works this week and we'll hear about that a more on Thursday's Jazz New England.
Trumpeter Dominick Farinacci has emerged as a young man whose versatile horn ranges from the soft and seductive to the rough and bluesy. His skills have earned him a headline spot with festivals worldwide and recording dates with a list of jazz legends; he’s also a composer with nine albums under his belt. Farinacci performs “Just One of Those Things” and his original tune, “Dawn of Goodbye.”
Join host Tom Banyai for this week's edition of Bluegrass Junction. Tom will be joined by special guests, members of the Blackstone Valley Bluegrass Band. The band has a fine new release out titled Soulshine. They will play some of the songs live and talk about their inspiration for the songs they wrote and selected from some of their favorite song writers. The album is dedicated to the memory of long-time Bluegrass fan, John Westbrook who along with his wife Cherie could be seen in the front row of nearly every bluegrass concert in central New England. The album was also influenced by the passing of Valerie Crockett who along with her husband Walter were a major force in the music scene of Central Massachusetts. BVBB included one of Walter’s compositions on the album.