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Hybrid Jazz - with Artists Generating BUZZ: Maurice Chevalier & Daniel Bennett!

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It's a profound pleasure to give you TWO amazing artists in one three-hour show!  First, we give you the Washington, D.C. based, Maurice Chevalier.  A multi-instrumentalist and composer, Maurice has been wowing ears for twenty years.  Short films, documentaries, video game music production, and sound for shows that you have known and loved for a LONG time.  Let HIM tell you about "Access Hollywood", "Dateline: NBC", and "CBS Sunday Morning." :)  The Discovery Channel DISCOVERED Maurice (!!!) and he has - within their wall - composed over 600 pieces for that network and its affiliates.  With the release of his breathtaking project, "A Life in Perspective", he begins a new chapter in the formation of future Jazz.  Our guest from 8/4, Matthew Shell, was the one who made sure that I HEARD Maurice's work.  I'm in debt!

Daniel Bennett has visited "Hybrid Jazz" - so we know a LITTLE of what to expect when he joins us again.  But rest assured: you never know exactly what you'll hear with this dizzyingly evolved and creative musician.  Daniel, more than most, marches to the beat of his own drummer.  Or - in this case - saxophone, oboe, flute, piccolo, and clarinet.  Yes, like Maurice, HIGHLY skilled on multiple instruments.  And compositions that are unusual and enchanting.  His latest album, "The Mystery at Clown Castle", again re-awakens the deep-seated child within you.  Our spiritually-inclined Daniel has a gift for that!  He also has several dates on the horizon that you need to support.  AND three coveted nominations from "New York Hot House Magazine!"  The awards gala is in September, so we have Daniel RIGHT on time (so you can vote!)

We'll see you in The Chat Room, starting at one p.m. Eastern time (with Maurice!)

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