Humphrey Lyttelton (May 23 1921- April 25 2008) , was a jazz musician, writer and broadcaster. He played the trumpet in a variety of groups showcasing a wide variety of different Jazz styles from New Orleans Jazz "revivalism" and other pre-war styles, 1930's swing, to 1950's Afro-Cuban Jazz Fusion. Join host Dave Radlauer as we explore and celebrate Humphery Lyttelton's contribution to Jazz.
Be sure to join us on Wednesday's Jazz New England when New England gets "officially introduced" to vocalist Dara Tucker. This Tulsa-born singer grew up musically in her father's church and was performing with the family band by the age of 8! Now based in Nashville, Dara will perform with her band in the WICN studios before heading off the Sculler's for a show Wednesday night to promote her new CD "All Right Now." Join us Wednesday at 2 pm as vocalist Dara Tucker makes her New England debut.
Join us on Tuesday, June 14th as Academy Award-winning director (The Lion in Winter) and editor (Dr. Strangelove) discusses working with jazz inspired film composers Nino Rota and John Barry.
Join host Tom Shaker as he celebrates a soul legend’s birthday this week. From the music of the Impressions to the soundtrack of Superfly and so much more, Curtis Mayfield’s music is featured on this edition of The Soul Serenade. It all starts at 7pm!
Pianist Cyrus Chestnut, guitarist Russell Malone and bassist Christian McBride form an all-star rhythm roll call. Each of these keepers of the jazz flame propels his own group on the stage at Dizzy's. Wendell Pierce hosts.
Most dads will admit that when it comes to their daughters they sometimes feel out of touch. Well you are not alone. In fact Al's guest this week is author Greg Wright who has four daughters. Greg decided early on that he wanted to establish a meaningful relationship with his girls. So a number of years ago he started what he calls, Daddy Dates. This he claims has given him and his girls a whole new approach to bonding. Tune in this Sunday evening at 10:30 and hear how he does it.
Gordon Grimes is a member of Bernstein Shur’s Energy Practice Group. He has spent more than 30 years representing the interests of private energy generators, banks, contractors and other entities in the power-generation industry.
He played a lead role in establishing Central Maine Power’s “avoided cost” -- the price the utility would pay to private electrical generators -- in the early 1980s at the Maine Public Utilities Commission. He then represented numerous clients that developed or financed private energy projects in Maine, and in the process developed an extensive knowledge of the power industry. He continues to represent many private electric generators and related interests throughout Maine and in other states and foreign countries.
His practice includes dispute resolution, including mediation, arbitration, administrative hearings, and litigation related to all aspects of the power industry. For example, from 1989 to 1991, he served as lead counsel in nearly full-time arbitration (115 hearing days) against General Electric on waste-to-energy plant construction and design issues, obtaining an $11.5 million cash award and relief from a further $6 million debt -- then one of the largest litigated recoveries in a construction dispute in Maine’s history.
Join us this Sunday as we talk to Gordon Grimes of Bernstein Shur about the legal and regulatory challenges and opportunities for hydro and wind energy.
In the spirit of full disclosure, host Steve D'Agostino does public-relations work for Bernstein Shur.
Clarinetist and longtime member of Jim Cullum’s “Live From the Landing” show talks about growing up in a musical family and continuing the tradition by marrying a classical musician.
In October 2010, Fidelity Bank, one of the oldest and fastest growing, independent community banks in Central Massachusetts, appointed John F. Merrill to the newly created position of President, Chief Financial Designer and Chief Lending Officer.
John has spent the majority of his 28-year banking career in Central Massachusetts, including serving as Regional President for both Sovereign and Fleet banks. Most recently, he managed Sovereign's Business Banking division and was responsible for small- to medium-sized commercial customers from Maryland to New Hampshire.
More than a decade ago, John helped to create the Worcester Venture Fund with Tripp Peake and Will Cowen of Long River Ventures.
Fidelity Bank offers a full range of Banking, Investment and Insurance products and programs, and has full-service offices in Fitchburg, Gardner, Leominster, Millbury, Shirley, and Worcester. Fidelity Bank has total assets of more than $500 million and a net worth nearly two times the minimum regulatory requirement.
Join us as host Steve D'Agostino talks with John Merrill of Fidelity Bank about the key lessons learned by community banks in the wake of the Great Recession.
At the end of the Ice Age, an amazing number of species large and fantastic mammals went suddenly extinct. For a long time most paleontologists believed it was climate change that caused this mass extinction event. But recently, some scientists began to find evidence that perhaps invading humans wiped out all the mammoths, mastodons, giant sloths by over hunting them. Tonight on Inquiry, we welcome science writer SHARON LEVY who has spent time with scientists on both sides of this hotly contested debate and has also looked into a similar situation in Australia. Is there in fact a “deadly syncopation” in that every time humans come in contact with large wildlife, the animals rapidly become extinct? Tune in and find out. Levy’s wonderful book is titled ONCE AND FUTURE GIANTS: WHAT ICE AGE EXTINCTIONS TELL US ABOUT THE FATE OF EARTH’S LARGEST ANIMALS.
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