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A Conversation with Vocalist Kristen Lee Sergeant

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Join me on this episode for a chat with Kristen Lee Sergeant. Her new album, Smolder, showcases her skillful use of lyrics that commands the listener to not only hear her but also see her through the speaker. Smolder features Jeb Patton on piano, Cameron Brown on bass, Jay Sawyer on drums, Ted Nash on saxophone ...

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A Conversation with Guitarist, Abe Ovadia

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Abe Ovadia is an award winning jazz guitarist whose style is very innovative, and yet informed by the tradition. Join Abe and me as we talk about many things including how to connect with more people as a musician.

Playlist Abe Ovadia “Song for Bret" from Song for Brett (Abe Ovadia) 00:00 Abe ...

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A Conversation with Violinist Meg Okura

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Meg Okura is a distinguished violinist/composer who has been decorated with several awards. Her latest album, Ima Ima, is a collection of well thought out and very well executed compositions that stem out of her role as a mother. Join Meg and I as we talk about composing, motherhood, David Bowie, and other somewhat related things. ...

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A Conversation with Drummer Jonathan Barber

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On his debut album, Vision Ahead , Jonathan Barber delivers some very well executed original compositions. These songs have introspective origins and help shape the current path of his music group also called Vision Ahead. The album features pianist Taber Gable, guitarist Andrew Renfroe, saxophonist Godwin Louis, bassist Matt Dwonszyk, and vocalists Denise Renee and Sasha ...

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A Conversation with Vocalist Abigail Rockwell

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Join me in a conversation with Abigail Rockwell, a talented vocalist whose singing effortlessly tells a unique intimate story to each listener. Her new album, Autumn Noir, is a collection of 12 songs with arrangements that are meticulously executed to preserve the power and intimacy of Abigail's interpretation. Autumn Noir features Abigail Rockwell on vocals, Quinn ...

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A Conversation with Trumpeter Gil Defay

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Gil Defay's new album, It's All Love draws from his background in jazz, soul, and hiphop to create a collection of rich and accessible tunes that are all crafted with a generous dose of love. Join me and Gil as we talk about Mariah Carey, growing up a preacher's son, playing all F's on the trumpet, ...

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Rhythm Sustained with Bassist John Gray

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Bassist John Gray stops by to discuss Lorens Chuno's new album, Rhythm Sustained on which he played. The two musicians ended up discussing many things including the making of the album, Texas, Mr Know-it-all and many subtly related stuff. Rhythm Sustained features Lorens Chuno on vocal, piano, and percussion; John Gray on bass; Michael Vitali on ...

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A Conversation with Drummer, Michael Vitali

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On this episode, I chat with drummer Michael Vitali, a versatile and avid practitioner of jazz who has played with household jazz names, and is also active in the world music scene. We talk about being a working musician, traveling around Europe, and other related stuff. Michael's group, the Michael Vitali Trio has a new album ...

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A Conversation with Henry Conerway III

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Drummer, Henry Conerway III's new album is entitled With Pride for Dignity. The songs on this album come together to tell a very relatable American musical story. The execution of each song is edgy, yet the musicians made sure to adhere to the tradition of jazz. The album features pianist Kenny Banks, Jr., bassist Kevin Smith, ...

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A Conversation with Douye

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Douye is a seasoned singer whose soulful and delicate approach to jazz vocal has captured the interest of many in the last year. Her chart topping album Daddy Said So features top notch jazz musicians including: Kenny Barron, Ron Carter, Benito Gonzalez, Essiet Essiet Okon, Curry Rawls, Zem Audu, Joel Scott, Clayton Cameron, Edwin Livingston, Kiyoshi ...