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  • 03:00

    Hybrid Jazz From Trish Hennessey - with Sun Soul Orchestra!

    in Music

    Lawd, are you gonna hear some soulfully groovy music on 6/25!  There is not a finer way to wind down June than with the leadership vision of Stephen "Stevo" Theard and Ginger Murphy :)

    Yours truly first met Stevo when he was drumming for Peter White's Christmas Tour.  But his reputation certainly preceded that date.  This genuinely revered artist has roots in New Orleans and the flavor of the city shows in a most satisfying way.  When little Stevo was growing up in The Big Easy, he absorbed the sounds of the streets in ways that only special children can. Daddy loved Broadway, too, so that was thrown into the "Gumbo" of his musical heritage.  Matter-of-fact, you can Google Gumbo Child and find Stevo Theard!

    He decided to become a musician at 13 - and spent years in earnest study, performance and experimentation.  Years later, internationally known stars can tell you that his work paid off.  Stevo has played with household names, instrumentally and vocally.  He has appeared on TV and on stages across the globe.  Written original music for films.  But one of the best opportunities that has come his way: meeting Ginger Murphy.

    Ginger is one of those completely unique Beings that beguile men and enchant women.  A powerfully talented cellist and natural redhead (!!!!!!) whose art has captivated everyone from Snoop Dog to Josh Groban!  Ginger is classically trained, a native of Chicago, and has played with symphonic orchestras as well as recorded for both TV and Film.  She has been involved in over 100 albums - alongside MAJOR stars.  Hip Hop, Rock, Pop, Soul, Jazz.

    How these two gravitated toward each other - well, let's just be grateful!  Together, they created Sun Soul Orchestra in order to share the richness of their musical diversity.  And like minds :)  Join us for utterly fabulous music and conversation!

  • 01:40

    Hamp's Selections from his Collection of Soul-Jazz Music, Vol III

    in Culture

    This is the third in a new series from Hamp’s Corner of America Blog Talk Radio Show. We have added this series because of our interest in Soul Music and Smooth Jazz. We want to keep the tradition of music we love on the air. So stop on by while we are live or click on the link to play at your convenience.

    Stay tuned for more announcements from this show at a later date.

    This show is sponsored by our parent company, CHIIA Group’s website at http://hcofa.net/ and our host’s third book, entitled, The Episodic Thoughts of Hamp at http://outskirtspress.com/webPage/isbn/9781478746232

  • 01:50

    Hamp's Selections from his Collection of Soul-Jazz Music, Vol V

    in Culture

    Tune us in as you go about your day or evening at your convenient time and place.  I’m back in the groove. It’s Soul on a Roll time. This is the fifth in a new series from Hamp’s Corner of America Blog Talk Radio Show. We have added this series because of our interest in Soul Music and Smooth Jazz. We want to keep the tradition of music we love on the air.

    It’s Rhythm and Blues, Funk and Smooth Jazz for your pleasure. They say I have a good ear for good music. I am testing that theory by playing some of my favorites from my extensive collection. So hang out with me on the corner today. Bring your popping fingers and tapping feet. You may want to bring your favorite squeeze too.  

    This show is sponsored by our parent company, CHIIA Group’s website at http://hcofa.net/ and our host’s third book, entitled, The Episodic Thoughts of Hamp at http://outskirtspress.com/webPage/isbn/9781478746232


  • 00:50

    Nikki Lorenzo ... Jazz/Pop/Swingin' Soul Singer/Song Writer

    in Indie Music

    Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes the fantastic Jazz/Pop/Swingin' Soul Singer/Song Writer Nikki Lorenzo to the Show! 


    Nikki Lorenzo is a traveling flame burning through cities like Miami and Los Angeles. Writing her own music by the age of eight and performing by the age of ten, the stage has become her only home. She has a voice that has been classical trained yet goes against all odds to make it husky and soulful. She has performed in familiar places like Whisky a go-go, Bardot, AnQi, and the House of Blues. She's coming like a hurricane in which her live shows enrapture us all, making each one their own magical experience.

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  • The Neo Soul Show Presents Khea Emmanuel

    in Music

    It's another Wednesday and we are extrememly excited to be able to bring you another great show! Last week we got our first chance to hear MJ co-host on the show as we spoke with Kay Soul. With the return of the Q-man, will MJ return on air this week? One way or another, she will be responsible for the exciting interview with jazz artist Khea Emmanuel. 

    Daughter of the legendary Motown artist Leroy Emmanuel, Khea is carving her own role in the music industry. She is self taught and vocalist and songwriter and has made a mjor impact on the Jazz scene performing on stage for the likes of Anne Margaret, Janice Mitchel, and Goldie Hawn as each was being honored. We have had many diverse artist on the show but not quite one with the genes, talent and future that Khea has put together to create a total package of an artist. 

    Join the Q-man, T. Mitch and M as we chat with our guest on everything Khea Emmanuel. As always join us for 30 minutes of #MoreMusic with MJ. 

  • 01:24

    Stephanie Spruill It's a Jazz day comes to CoffeeTalk JAZZ Radio 9.22.2015

    in Music

    Thanks for stopping by! We know you'll enjoy our award-winning Radio broadcast. I'm Ms. Bridgette your host for the evening.

    Were excited to welcome vocalist, songwriter and musician Stephanie Spruill to the CoffeeTalk JAZZ platform.

    Over the years, Spruill has been credited on hundreds of gold and platinum records, she has contributed to numerous movies and has performed all over the world including appearances before royalty in England and Spain and three different U.S. Presidents.

    Join the jazz conversation. Our shows call in number is 1-347-934-0108

    Advertise with US: Looking to cover your local, regional, national or international territory. Ready to start your advertising and marketing campaign. E-mail us 4 details: CoffeeTalkJazzRadio@msn.com

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  • 01:32

    The Neo Soul Show Presents Kay Soul

    in Music

    The Neo Soul Show put the summer clothes away and are preparing to take you Back 2 School! As always we open the show with 30 minutes of music we like to call #MoreMusic presented to you by MJ! Get with the hash tag and send in your music to be a part of the mix. After that our illustrious host bring to you another great independant soul music! This week is no different as we present to you....Kay Soul!

    Straight from her website, "Bringing genuine talent and raw emotion, Kay Soul offers a fusion of r&b melodies with soulful lyrics, telling stories through song in way that only she can." Kay released her anticipated single The Journey back in June of this year which debuted at #17 on the iTunes New R&B/Soul Release Daily Charts. Her debut EP Deeper is set to be released this year. She is Driven, Dedicated, Destined, and Determined and we are glad to have her on.

    Tune in as the Q-man, T. Mitch and MJ bring you another 90 minutes of Sougasm!

  • 01:04

    Topically Yours - Bassist Carlos Henriquez (Jazz at Lincoln Center)

    in Entertainment

    Host Deardra Shuler talks with bassist Carlos Henriquez who w/special guest Bobby Allende and Marc Quinones open Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynthon Marsalis (JALC) 2015-16 season entitled Carlos Henriquez Back In the Bronx premiering on Saturday, 9/12 at 8:00 p.m. at Lehman Center for the Performing Arts in the Bronx.

    Henriquez debuts his new compositions and arrangements by the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis premiering selections from The Bronx Pyramid CD to be released 9/18. The Bronx-born, Nuyorican bassist is one of the truly bilingual musicians equally virtuosic with the language of jazz and the Afro-Latin tradition. At age 14, he performed at People’s Park with Latin jazz greats like Tito Puente, Eddie Palmieri, and Celia Cruz. A music director for countless performances, Henriquez presents music that shows the breadth of his technical and stylistic dexterity, wherein his compositions and most notable arrangements will be front and center. 

    Themed ‘Jazz and American Song’, (JALC)’s 28th season celebrates the music of the stage and silver screen and uplifts jazz’s emerging voices through an impressive array of more than 80 concerts and programs, anchored by the exceptional Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. Tickets can be purchased through jazz.org 24 hours a day or via CenterCharge at 212-721-6500,or at the JALC Box Office, located on Broadway at 60th Street, ground floor. 

  • 00:52


    in Entertainment

    Charles Whitfield and R&B artist Will Downing talks to us about The Queen City Jazz Fest happening June 20, 2015 at The Uptown Amphitheater at NC Music Factory in Charlotte, NC. Artists scheduled to performed are Will Downing, Brian Culbertson and Mike Phillips with Karen Briggs.  Tickets are on sale at www.livenation.com.  You'll also hear new music from Will Downing's new release, Chocolate Drops.

    Follow The Queen City Jazz Fest on Twitter.

  • 02:02

    "Jazz Ubiquity"

    in Entertainment

    Welcome to "Jazz Ubiquity" where Djb-one is about to take you on a Contemporay Jazz Fest, every Monday night inside the Red Carpet Room. You'll get the chance to hear some of your favorite artists of all time, and even some that you may not have heard of. DJ.B-one definitely knows his Music/Intruments, and just what us jazz lovers wanna hear. So step inside the Red Carpet Room this evening and drop today's problems at the door, cause its all about pure relaxation when your tuning into "Jazz Ubiquity." Presented to you by the network with no filter, Diversity Of The Minds. Only on Blog Talk Radio. Let us hear from you by dialing 516-531-9334

  • 02:00

    Hybrid Jazz From Trish Hennessey - with Indra Rios-Moore!

    in Music

    Where does one begin with a vocalist of this ability - and magnitude?  Are they the same in the case of Indra Rios-Moore? Born in the Lower East Side of New York, Indra's Puerto Rican Mom (who named her after a Hindu deity of sky and rain) would keep her indoors.  She was afraid of the dangers OUTSIDE.  So, little Indra would entertain herself with Mom's vast collection of Rock, Soul and Jazz - that latter, we're supposing, partly influenced by Indra's Dad.  Of African-American/Syrian descent - a Jazz bassist: Donald Moore.  

    Through her teen years, Indra found herself in fascinating evolution.  She had truly been fearful of being on stage - and she was working through that.  Also, because of the early promise that Indra had shown regarding her talent, she was studying classical arias - as well as American Folk songs at camp.  Combined with what was already immersed as inspiration as a child, her inner repertoire expanded.  

    At 26, she met Danish Jazz saxophonist, Benjamin Traerup.  A year later, they were married and living in Denmark.  And Indra's career began to take shape.  Benjamin and his transplanted wife formed a trio - with bassist, Thomas Sejthen.  The attention that they received translated into accolades, nominations, and then a gift: the Danish Music Award for Best Jazz Vocal.  Three albums later, Indra is continuing to receive praise.  Her voice and the Hybrid sensibility that has always been part of her soul couldn't have arrived at a better time.

    When you hear "Heartland", you will hear the echoes of the past (Motown and Pink Floyd).  You'll hear multiple languages.  And you'll feel Church.  As Indra has said: singing helps her move to an emotional place "where the mind doesn't interfere."  

    Our No Interference Chat Room awaits :)