The Detroit Jazz Festival chose well when they chose Mulgrew. He plays two pianos with Kenny Barron, then leads his group Wingspan, composing beautiful melodies with a beat that dances.
In honor of Labor Day, featuring Joe Jencks, Paul Robeson, Joan Baez, the Almanac Singers, Pete Seeger, Peter-Paul-&-Mary, the Weavers, and quite a few others.
2011 marks 50 years since the Bill Evans Trio's landmark dates at the Village Vanguard. Bassist Eddie Gomez joined Evans' group a few years after, and the 11-year partnership yielded three Grammy wins. He has also worked with other heavyweights including Miles Davis, Chick Corea, Benny Goodman, and Herbie Hancock. He joins McPartland for "Turn Out The Stars and "Stella By Starlight."
On Wednesday pianist and "Jazz Inspired" creator and host Judy Carmichael joins us. She'll be taping an episode of "Jazz Inspired" this weekend at the Tanglewood Jazz Festival with actress Blythe Danner. We'll hear about that and more when the lady Count Basie anointed as "Stride" joins us on Jazz New England Wednesday at 2 pm.
In the late 70s and early 80s, bands like The Talking Heads, Devo, the B52s and OMD help define an exciting and progressive modern pop music that was called “New Wave”. But is there an easy definition for this extremely varied music ? Tonight on Inquiry, we talk with THEO CATEFORIS, Assistant Professor of Music History and Culture in the Department of Art and Music Histories at Syracuse University. His new book ARE WE NOT NEW WAVE? MODERN POP AT THE TURN OF THE 1980S brings a surprising scholarly analysis to this progressive music that defined a generation of alternative music listeners. Tune in and find out why Devo epitomizes a neurotic disorder of the late nineteenth century and how Adam Ant found his groove in the Burundi Beat.
Join us as we celebrate Luiz Simas, a talented Keyboardist/Vocalist with an eclectic style ranging from Bossa Nova to Brazilian Progressive Rock n' Roll (and everything in between!).
We've been calling it the 'most interesting project of the year' and on Tuesday Giacomo Gates discusses that new recording "The Revolution Will Be Jazz." The irrepressible vocalist has tackled the soulful and socially-conscious music of Gil Scott-Heron and taken it to number one on the jazz charts. Join us Tuesday at 2 on Jazz New England for a "revolution."
Join host Tom Shaker as he celebrates the life and music of legendary soul man Nick Ashford. Along with his wife, this team wrote and produced classic Motown songs like “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing” “You’re all I need to Get By” and many others. It all starts at 7pm!!
The living luminaries of jazz gather for one night as the National Endowment for the Arts honors America's 2010 Jazz Masters. Hear the words and works of 2010 inductees: - the pianists Muhal Richard Abrams, Kenny Barron and Cedar Walton; saxophonists and composers Bill Holman and Yusef Lateef; vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson; the inimitable vocalist Annie Ross and producer/writer George Avakian. Performances, tributes and good spirits mark this moment of jazz history. Wendell Pierce hosts.
When we think of great domestic made wines we naturally think California, Washington State and Oregon. But would you believe Long Island NY? That's right great wine is being produced right here on the east coast. This week our food and wine segment takes us to the PAUMANOK winery on Long Island where founder and proprietor Charles Massoud has been turning out world class wines on his 103 acre estate since 1983. Tune in this Sunday at 10:30 as Al chats with Charles Massoud about why this part of the country deserves recognition for fine quality wine.
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