I just want to once again say thaank you for the incredible amount of support I have received in launching Cool Jazz Conversations. For me, this was not only a dream come true but a huge leap of faith. Ken Navarro made things so easy by running with it when I asked a question. He was so wonderful in sharing information and having fun with the conversation that I felt like a listener myself enjoying hearing him tell his story. I found it so interesting to learn his process of producing his records. And I am sure that most of the listeners would agree with me that the "Demo" was extremely terrrfic. I like many think it is radio quality already. Make sure you check out Ken's website at www.kennavarro.com and purchase his music- (Particularly "The Grace of Summer Light"- 2008 Contemporary Jazz CD of the Year) and read his blog. Also remember Ken will have a nrew CD out in March 201 His pure sincerity as well as desire to produce good music just pours onto the page.
Trish Hennessey of WHFC 91.1 ( The 9-1-One Local) only made it even that much better. Maybe that's why I couldn't get my thoughts together.... I was too excited and having too much fun.
Hosting a radio show and interviewing is still relatively new to me and I know I have lots to learn. Please bare with me as I continue to learn and grow while working hard to make Cool Jazz Conversations the best show it can be to give you information on Contemporary jazz Music. Please join me for the rest of the month as my guests will be Peter White on September 21st and Nick Colionne on September 28th. Peter just released his new album "Good Day" on September 8th and Nick is busy with touring and charitable endeavours that we look forward to hearing more about. I am extremely pleased!
Thanks for the love and support,
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