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Hybrid Jazz - with Gino Vannelli's Re-schedule & Paolo Rustichelli!

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If you hear about what happened on 9/9, then you understand why the title of the show is a BIT different!  We had a major challenge with getting our episode up and running yesterday.  Because of your host's chosen internet carrier!  Graciously, Gino Vannelli consented to try again - and many fans are very grateful.  Our internationally known Superstar is very proud of a project that was released this year, "Live in L.A."  To HEAR Gino sing after these decades of loving him is JOY!  His voice is magnificent and his energy is something that you can FEEL.  Montreal born and now on the West Coast, we'll discuss his inspirations, his beginnings and his glorious career moments.  I have a premonition that we'll hear him say, "The best is yet to come!"

How wonderful to have TWO guests - better still that they will both take away the sting of remembering 9/11.  Paolo Rustichelli's music certainly will.  This multiple genre pianst, producer, singer and film score composer has been working for years and thrilling audiences with his music backdrops for movies and the songs that have captivated thousands.  And that includes Carlos Santana.  "Full Moon" was composed for Carlos and it's now part of a collection of Santana's greatest performances.  Paolo has worked with Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter - Miles had nothing but praise for his friend while the Trumpet Master walked among us.  This gifted artist pioneered the monophonic synthesizer and championed "Chill" music, as well as fusing his Rock roots with melodic Jazz.  Then, he can do a 180 and write "Kyrie" - a composition that Placido Domingo included on his "Sacred Songs" in 2006.

Can you expect to hear some of the most awesome sounds in the world?  You already know the answer :)  9/11.  NOON Eastern!

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