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Kalya Ramu

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Kalya Ramu is a vocalist, composer and visual artist from Toronto, ON. Ramu has a passion for storytelling and reinventing old jazz music. She has an eclectic taste for music from all over the world, and draws influence from jazz, blues, theatre, R&B and rock’n’roll. She fills her repertoire with rarely recorded, forgotten songs with beautiful melodies and humorous antidotes. With no previous formal training, Ramu began her singing career at the age of 12, singing at jazz jams and performing with big bands. At 22 she graduated with honors from the Humber College Bachelor of Music Degree Program

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Duo

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Track listing: Laugh It Off, That Swingin' Rhythm, In Love, The Things I Do, Comfort

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Laugh It Off

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Duration: 4:36

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Snow

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: White Christmas; Snow; Celebrate the Holiday With Me.

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Living in a Dream

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Track listing: Little One; Just You Just Me; Find in Me; Four or Five Times; She Drinks Alone; Am I Blue; Tea For Two; What's New; It's a Good Day; You Go to My Head; Living in a Dream;

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Women of Jazz, New Releases, and a look back at Azimuth

Read "Women of Jazz, New Releases, and a look back at Azimuth" reviewed by Bob Osborne


This programme is all about female vocalists with some of the years best new releases plus there's a look back at the music of Azimuth featuring the great Norma Winstone. Featured new albums are from Sonia Johnson, Heather Bambrick and Brenda Earle Stokes. Playlist Sonia Johnson “Storm" from Chrysalis (Self Released) 00:00 Brenda ...

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Wynton Marsalis, Herbie Hancock & More

Read "Wynton Marsalis, Herbie Hancock & More" reviewed by Joe Dimino


Straight outta San Francisco with his talented orchestra, Marcus Shelby opens this week's episode with music off his latest CD Transitions. We then move into the reason Marcus got into jazz and that would be the New Orleans titan Wynton Marsalis. The hour continues with Bonerama covering Led Zeppelin, Frank Grasso, Dennis Coffee and Etienne Charles. ...

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Find in Me

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Duration: 03:55

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Birthday Celebrations for Shirley Horn and Judy Collins

Read "Birthday Celebrations for Shirley Horn and Judy Collins" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


This broadcast celebrates songs about birds in the second hour plus birthday songbirds Judy Collins (who just turned 80) and the legendary Shirley Horn. New releases included vocalists Kalya Ramu, Holly Cole, Laurie Antonioli, Charles Ruggiero & Hilary Gardner, bassist Anne Mette Iversen, pianists Amina Figarova and Eric Reed, with more birthday shout outs to Bing ...

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New albums focus with Koo, Baron, Ramu, Lund and Cornelius

Read "New albums focus with Koo, Baron, Ramu, Lund and Cornelius" reviewed by Bob Osborne


This week a focus on five brand new albums from across the wide world of jazz including the exciting new release from Patrick Cornelius. Playlist Alex Koo, Mark Turner, Ralph Alessi “Ghost Parade" from Appleblueseagreen (Alex Koo) 00:00 Joey Baron, Bram de Looze, Robin Verheyen “Boo Boo's Birthday" from Mix Monk (Universal Music) 08:01 ...


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