Michigan born, New York trained - the road for a Legend began in the 60's. Eric Dolphy, Miles Davis - this was just the beginning! Blue Note records - then, CTI in the 70's and 80's. The New York Jazz Quartet, endless sessions and music education in the meantime - there would be a LOT of that. City College of New York (Professor Emeritus), Julliard and Berklee. In the 90's, our guest was raising awareness of AIDS stats. Ron Carter has worked closely with the Jazz Foundation of America, insuring that no musician is left behind regarding health and work. Profoundly influential musician, educator, lecturer, mentor, and consummate recording artist - over 2,500 later in a career that's exhausting to discuss. Earlier this year, Ron released his Golden Striker Trio's "San Sebastian." There will be a trio this Thursday at The Hamilton in Washington, DC - without Mulgrew Miller. We'll talk to Ron about that aching loss and a career made richer by the spark of real friendship and compassionate musicianship. Join us on 6/11/2013. At one p.m.
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