Tutone Lyles Naranjo

My Jazz Story

I was a jazz host/engineer/interviewer on WWOZ Radio 90.7 FM in New Orleans from 1988 to 1993 in a 3 hour live jazz show and it was a labor of love. I Interviewed lots of sessions musicians and the New Orleans Hierarchy and worked in a jazz club in the graveyard shift for a time in the French Quarter. I left New Orleans and relocated to San Francisco in August of 1993. I have since created a website that includes some of the stories of my experience there and exciting new information will soon be forthcoming: http://www.tlnsfca.wix.com/tutonemusicnews. Also I have been working hard on my photography and want very much to photograph musicians and interview them and say a few words about them on my website and yours too if you'll let me. My photography site is: http://www.tlnsfca.wix.com/portfolio. PS my mother sang on the radio from the age of 11 to 16 and they called her the sweetheart of the south. She sang songs like Freight Train Blues and Silver Haired Daddy. I love all music as long as it gets me there. You know what I mean. I would truly love to hear from you and am ready to get started. I'm hungry. Feed me. LOL, Tutone SEND

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