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Trish Hennessey

Hybrid Jazz From Trish Hennessey


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Three hours on Tuesday and Thursday of music and guests. Hybrid Jazz is a vision of all that is Jazz - both traditional & contemporary, domestic & global

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A busy Tuesday in late April! We have a Washington, D.C., based guitarist/bassist/saxophonist featured first. At the top of the second hour, Earl Carter discusses his new project, "Welcome Back, Carter!" Having known this... more

Hope y'all are ready to ROCK! The staggeringly gifted pianist/composer, Gerald Clayton, kicks off the show at one on Thursday, April 18th. Born in the Netherlands, raised in Southern California and now based in New York, Gerald... more

Recently, we've had guests on the show who re-focused attention on the need to PAY attention to women. Amy K. Bormet talked about the Washington Women in Jazz Festival - she is the creator of this awesome endeavor and is a... more

Saxophonist/Composer/Producer/Arranger/Educator Grace Kelly has lived more in her 20 years than most who have lived twice as long. Born Grace Chung, she and her sister, Christina, were adopted by their stepfather, Bob Kelly. Mom and... more

To the tune of "What You Won't Do For Love" - this is What You Don't Know 'Bout Bob :-D I guess you're wondering where he's been (sorry!)...Bobby's parents (Bob and Carolyn) were the hosts of one of the first musical variety programs on... more

It was inevitable that Dianne Reeves would fall into our grateful musical arms. Her path was clear: Dad had been a singer, Mom was a trumpet player, her Uncle played bass with the Denver Symphony - and George Duke is her cousin. Blood... more

Extraordinary drummer/composer/bandleader Kendrick Scott's arrival in New York City in 2003 must have triggered some kinda good nerve - because the town hasn't been the same since! Kendrick defines the future of Jazz - and he has... more

Such mesmerizing music has been filling my grateful ears recently - notably from composer/pianist Romain Collin. Born in France, Roman came to the States because he had a scholarship to Berklee. That was his first, by the way - he... more

Two of the most amazing talents that Philly and Washington D.C. have produced will be on the show on Tuesday! Multi-faceted, multi-genre guitar wizard, David P. Stevens, joins us at two p.m. Eastern time. Watching David spin his magic over... more

This is the kick-off week for the Washington Women in Jazz Festival - and we're too excited for words! The founder of this extraordinary set of events in the D.C. area is pianist/vocalist Amy K. Bomet. She had in mind a creation... more