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Antonin will be calling in from New Jersey, a master of over 30 instruments and accomplished artist now shares his energy on seminars on musical healing and artistic healing.
Laura wil be contacting us from Puerto Vallarta and we have classical master guitarist Dr. Jonathan Dotson to talk about his travels and places he performed.
Dallas music legend & veteran rocker Shane Evans along with Kelsey Hamilton Evans proudly announce their first single “How 2 Build a Bomb” which will be available on Oct. 30. Pre-orders will be available via the band’s official website and on itunes.Special in store appearance Friday Oct.30.2015 6:00 pm CTZ at Guitar Center
North Dallas 4519 Lyndon B Johnson Freeway, Farmers Branch TX 75244With two decades of gold and platinum sales, Collective Soul co-founder and drummer Shane Evans adds a new chapter to his legacy with his new group, Beauty For Ashes, which he formed with singer-songwriter Kelsey Hamilton-Evans in 2014. Hamilton-Evans wrote all seven songs for the EP.
Musical beacons Collective Soul were a mainstay on rock and alternative radio throughout the 90’s and Evans provided the backbeat to seven #1 radio hits (“Shine,” “The World I Know,” “Gel,” “Heavy,” and “Run), 19 Top 40 hits and sold more than 10 million albums and CDs worldwide. More recently, Evans recently recorded an album with former Collective Soul band mate Ed Roland for his debut solo album and in 2013, Evans played on Jason Fowler’s Letters From the Inside.
With Beauty For Ashes, Evans remains on the drums but has stepped up front the band, which plays music the way it’s meant to be heard – hard and soulful.
What: Special in store appearance "Beauty for Ashes" Cd Launch party.
When: 6:00 p.m., Friday, Oct. 30. 2015
Where: Guitar Center North Dallas 4519 Lyndon B Johnson Freeway Farmers Branch, TX 75244
Live Twitter feed @6pm https://twitter.com/atlbeauty4ashes
The Queen of Fresh, The Gypsy Poet, talks to the amazing Joanna Connor! Guitar phenomenon Extraordinaire! The Gypsy Poet spotted this woman on a video that's been going viral on the web with her playing at the North Atlantic Blues Festival and she was knocked out of her her bohemian socks! WOW! This is a show NOT to miss because This blues phenomenon is out to change the world and to let people know that women are ROCKIN' harder than ever before! Join in on this show!
This Coming Thursday SETH NEBLETT!!
Seth Neblett is an American photographer, singer and editor. Born in Highland Park, MI. He is the only child of American funk/R&B singer Mallia Franklin of Parliament-Funkadelic/Parlet fame, also known as the Queen of Funk and session drummer Nathaniel "Nate" Neblett. As a child, he sang on songs by Parliament, Funkadelic and Bootsy's Rubber Band "This Boot Is Made For Funk'n". In 1989, Derrick Ladd (A&R) offered him an opportunity to join the roster of the newly formed LaFace Records, but Seth declined because he was reluctant to leave his group to become a solo artist. His photography credits include the PBS P-Funk documentary "One Nation Under A Groove" and he also photographed Parlet (his mother Mallia, Shirley Hayden and Jeanette Washington) for the cover of "Funk U! magazine" in France in 1997. Most recently he shot the cover of Diva, Miki Howard's 2008 release "Private Collection" and the 2008 cover of cookbook "[Champagne & Collard Greens]" for Maxi B. Seth has also been credited at one time as Miki Howard's publicist. In 2008, Seth was the editor at large of an entertainment website launched that he conceived called grownpeoplesbiz.com. The site was defunct shortly after. He's created content with friends and music celebrities like Maxi B. of the Mary Jane Girls, Miki Howard, Sheila E. and others. Seth is writing a autobiography with his mother and her funk singing sisters, The Brides of Funkenstein and Parlet. Seth's Mother, Mallia "Queen of Funk" Franklin died at the age of 57 in 2010. Seth directed his first two music videos in 2010, "Favorite Time of the Year" for Miki Howard and "Dedicated" for Vesta Williams.
This evening, I will interview and share the music of Laurie Dapice jazz vocalist, lyricist, musician and an arranger. In 2008, she was one of the top four finalist in the annual New York Jazz Mobile competition. Laurie has won awards from ASCAP, Billboard Magazine, ASCAP Plus awards and USA songwriting competitions. She has performed with and for Billy Harper, Barry Harris, George Mesterhazy, Michael Kanan, Rufus Reid, John DiMartino, Santi Debriano, James Weidman, Paul Lieberman, Elias Bailey, Benito Gonzalez and many others. Join us at Jazz Notes as we strive to keep jazz alive.
This evening, I will interview and play the music of multi-instrumentalist Samuel Prather. Not only is he a multi-instrumentalist but he is also a composer, producer, arranger, graphic artist, photographer, and videographer. He was raised in Washington DC where he has developed a reputation performing with all types of acts because he is equally comfortable in Jazz, Funk, Gospel, Brazilian, Latin, Neo-Soul, and R&B. On the funk and soul side Sam has worked with YaMama’Nym, 76 Degrees West, Fred Yonnet, and Brandon Combs while on the jazz side he has shared the stage with Hugh Masekela, Pharaoh Saunders, Greg Osby, and Afro Blue to name a few. When you hear his CD, Groove Orchestra, you will agree that it is appropriately titled. Join us at Jazz Notes where we strive to keep jazz alive.
The Washington, D.C. metropolitan area has many gifted young jazz artist and amongst them is Herbert Scott. This evening, I will interview and play his music. Herbert Scott is a native Washingtonian saxophonist who attended Duke Ellington High School for the Performing Arts. He has released his first CD entitled, Introducing Herb Scott on Alto Saxophone, A NU-Jazz Collective and has begun leading his own group Herb Spice and the Cinnamonstix. Join us as we learn more about the NU- Jazz Collective. Jazz Notes striving to keep jazz alive.
Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records
Saturday Italian Opera, some classical, & HMS Pinafore
Neapolitan Trio – Memories of Home
Love's Old Sweet Song
John McCormack Calling Me Home To You
Victor Light Opera Company Gems HMS Pinafore parts 1 & 2
Lucia-Chi mi frena (what Restrains Me?)
Rigoletto-Bella figlia dell' amore (Fairest daughter of the Graces)
All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies. No profit or income derived from this podcast. Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners? Contact me at: www.facebook.com/s3productions2 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Neapolitan Trio – Memories of Home / Love's Old Sweet Song
Label: Victor – 35196 1908-1915
A: Memories of Home
Composer W. F. Ambrosio
B: Love's Old Sweet Song
64803 Victrola John McCormack Calling Me Home To You
Edward Teschemacher & Francis Dorel
Tenor with Orchestra
Victor Light Opera Company Gems from Pinafore
Label: Victor – 35386 1914
Composers Gilbert - Sullivan
10000 A Victrola Italian
Lucia-Chi mi frena
What Restrains Me?
Composers Galli-Curci, Egener, Caruso, De Luca, Journet & Bada
Sextette with orchestra
10000B Rigoletto-Bella figlia dell' amore
Fairest daughter of the Graces
Mixed quartet with orchestra
Composers: Galli-Curci, Perini, Caruso & De Luca
This evening, I will interview and play the music of Jessica Boykin-Settles who is a Jazz vocalist, composer, arranger and educator. Jessica studied music at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts under the tutelage of Davey Y. Yarborough. She went on to pursue an undergraduate degree in Jazz Performance at The New School University in New York City where she had the opportunity to study with great musicians and jazz legends such as Reggie Workman, Junior Mance, Cecil McBee, Arnie Lawrence, Buster Williams, Sheila Jordan, Janet Lawson and Teri Thornton. After acquiring her undergraduate degree, she continued her jazz education at Howard University where she earned a Master of Music degree in Jazz Studies. While there, she was a member of the vocal jazz ensemble Afro Blue, under the direction of Connaitre Miller. Not only did she attend Howard as a student but she became a full-time member of the music faculty at Howard University from 2005 to 2012. Join us on Jazz Notes as we strive to keep jazz alive.
A versatile musician, Stevens grew up playing piano, drums and guitar at the Church of God, developing a dynamic performance style playing gospel music. He spent his teens playing in jazz and gospel bands, and developed sound and stage presence like one of his idols, Norman Brown, when he later emerged as an urban jazz artist. As his fan base grew with his early album releases, Stevens went from playing “any dive bar where they allowed jazz” in Philly to top clubs like North By Northwest, Warm Daddy’s and Relish. He and his band also played at various clubs down in Maryland, as well as the Woodrow Wilson Festival and the iconic Blues Alley club in Washington, DC.
Stevens has also performed at The Harlem Meer Festival, at The Iridium in NYC with Alex Bugnon, and the Jazz Base in Reading, PA. Over the past two years, he also did a full European tour through Austria, Switzerland and Germany. In addition to playing on the Capital Jazz SuperCruise, he has been part of the All-Star Jam Festival at Berks Jazz Fest the past three years, sharing the stage with such luminaries as Gerald Albright, Nick Colionne and Scott Ambush from Spyro Gyra. “One of the things I’m known for live is bringing a lot of energy to the stage and incorporating many exciting elements, including background singers,” Stevens says.
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