Pianist/singer/songwriter, Eliane Elias talks with host Marty Friedman about her recording career and Brazilian roots in advance of performances at Scullers Jazz Club in Boston on April 11 & 12, 2014.
Singer/songwriter/producer Derek McKeith joins host Bonnie Johnson to talk about his latest projects including his CD The Introduction, USO tour to Germany and work with youth. A diverse ear and love for music come to life in his playing. Often compared to Michael Jackson, Prince and Lenny Kravitz, the self-taught musician plays guitar, bass, piano and drums. Making his "recording debut at the age of 14 singing on Quincy Jones' seven-time Grammy Award winning Back On The Block", McKeith’s performance style transcends the genres.
Tracks from the Smothers Brothers, Christine Lavin, Shel Silverstein, the Highwaymen, the Limeliters, the Chad Mitchell Trio, Tom Lehrer, Bud & Travis, Phil Ochs, Peter-Paul-&-Mary, the Kingston Trio, Betty Lehrman, and more!
Inquiry welcomes back writer, physicist and physics professor at M.I.T. MAX TEGMARK to continue his conversation about his latest book OUR MATHEMATICAL UNIVERSE: MY QUEST FOR THE ULTIMATE NATURE OF REALITY. Tonight we talk about the concept of MUTIVERSES and how the recent discovery of the remnants of the Big Bang may prove that mutiverses are a reality. In a Level 1 Multiverse everything that can happen to the laws of physics does happen and an infinite number of times too. If the structure of reality and the cosmos fascinates you, don’t miss this amazing conversation!
Tonight we welcome back writer and expert on extinct birds and animals ERROL FULLER. His latest book is LOST ANIMALS: EXTINCTION AND THE PHOTOGRAPHIC RECORD. Though many people know Errol Fuller as the author of books about the Dodo and the Great Auk, in fact his real passion is painting. Tonight we focus on Fuller’s artworks and talk about some of his other books including the upcoming VOODOO SALON about the artistry of taxidermy. To see examples of Errol Fuller’s work go to: http://errolfuller.com/
Bobby talks with Baltimore native, saxophonist Warren Wolf about is new release "Wolfgang"
Inquiry welcomes ARTHUR I. MILLER, Professor Emeritus at University College London. Since the 1980s, Professor Miller has been interested in what he calls ARTSCI, the fascinating area where art and science meet. Tune in and learn about some of the artwork produced when artists collaborate with scientists and technicians. Professor Miller’s dynamic history of this work is titled COLLIDING WORLDS: HOW CUTTING-EDGE SCIENCE IS REDEFINING CONTEMPORARY ART.
Tonight on Inquiry we talk again with CARY GINELL, award-winning writer, jazz historian and discographer. This time around Gary talks about his latest jazz biography MR B: THE MUSIC AND LIFE OF BILLY ECKSTINE. Billy Eckstine is little remembered today, but in the 40s and 50s he was a signer as popular as Sinatra and Cosby. He was a fashion plate, a crooner, a band leader and a musician whose amazing career spanned seven decades. Tune in and find out what the bobby soxers were all screaming about.
Judy talked to guitarist Mark Whitfield onstage at the 2013 Ascona Jazz Festival in Switzerland, where he discussed his work with pop and jazz musicians and the influence each style has on the other.
Remember when Girl Groups ruled the airwaves? Join host Tom Shaker as we celebrate Women's History month by spotlighting that great Girl Group sound of the 1960's. You'll hear wonderful songs from The Crystals, The Shirelles, The Ronettes, and many more.
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