Jeff Rupert, Betty Carter, Gary Peacock and More

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This week we focus on brand new material from artists that don't get the attention they deserve in the world of jazz. We begin with Jeff Rupert teamed up with the legendary George Garzone and make our way to trombonist Ryan Keberle. We profile new music from Polish saxophonist Sywester Ostrowski and Bobby Watson paying their respects to the Super Bowl 54 Champion Kansas City Chiefs. We pay homage to bassist Gary Peacock, who recently passed away at the age of 85. Enjoy the show, my friends.


  • Jeff Rupert "Alone Together" The Ripple (RupeMed) 00:00
  • Host talks 3:30
  • George Garzone "My Man" Audacity (Stunt) 5:13
  • Roberta Piket "Speak Memory" Speak Memory (Fresh Sound/New Talent) 9:24
  • Host talks 13:48
  • Vertaal "Drop Off" Single (feat. Severin Bruhin and Loren Hignell) (Vertaal) 14:27
  • Ryan Keberle "Blue Feather" The Melodic Line (Outnote Records) 19:00
  • Host talks 23:10
  • Wycliffe Gordon "Yaht Doo Daht Ditt" Cone S Soup (Chesky Records) 24:28
  • Falkner Evans "So What Do You Mean (For Taco)" Level Playing Field (Falkner Evans) 28:39
  • Host talks 34:50
  • Betty Carter "Social Call" Social Call (Sony Music Canada Inc.) 36:00
  • Sylwester Ostrowski with Bobby Watson "Chiefs Kingdom" Single (SO) 38:44
  • Host talks 45:18
  • Gary Peacock "Ygdal" 53rd Street (Odradek) 46:24
  • Douye "Blue Bossa" Quatro (Rhombus Records) 49:33
  • Host talks 53:48
  • Dinah Washington "Jitterbug Waltz' Dinah Washington (Verve) 54:12

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