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Paris Combo is a vibrant group bringing sounds of French pop, Jazz and Middle Eastern rhythms. Their latest is titled "5."
Andy Snitzer and his sax bring new urban grooves with his latest release "The Rhythm"
Join us for a cool jazz conversation with Paris Combo and Andy Snitzer this coming Monday!
Join us as we play some of the best Indie music we've found anywhere! And this week we are also debuting some of the best Indie Smooth Jazz music out there; a wonderful compliment to usher in cooler temps, falling leaves and the Fall season. So grab your favorite hot beverage and join us as we play some of the best music for your listening pleasure.
There is so much to celebrate in the Mid-Atlantic region - and one of the most anticipated of those celebrations is The Potomac Jazz & Seafood Festival!
For one Saturday in July, everybody at Colton's Point (overlooking the beautiful Potomac) becomes "family" - that's how the closeknit organizers feel about their guests. Kim Cullins is the most articulate spokesperson for the Festival - and she will join us on Thursday, May 9th! Kim works for the Museum Division of St. Mary's County Department of Recreation and Parks. So, yes, she's our Amy Poehler :-D
Kim will talk about the urgency of getting your tickets - they go on sale on the first of June. There are only 800 sold each year and they go QUICKLY! We think that's going to be the case for this year, especially - because the acts are different than what you'd normally see at an outdoor venue. AND this lineup is explosive!
Jessy J opens up the Festival at three - yes! Following our sultry saxstress - from Columbus, Ohio - The Urban Jazz Coalition! Seven musicians = 7th Heaven! Try to stay in your seat (we dare you!) for the closing act: EAST BAY SOUL! Indeed, true funk soldiers will gather in historic Maryland for a NEW historic occasion - the day that The Potomac Jazz & Seafood Festival punches a hole in the sky! Greg Adams and his fabulous merry men are bringing their Oakland hybrid Jazz, Funk and Soul to fans who will be begging for mercy before the night is over. We might as well call it The Potomac Jazz and Seafood Love Fest :-D
Greg Adams will be stopping by to say hello on Tuesday - and we don't know who ELSE might be joining him! It's sure to be a great time - and a history lesson - wait until you hear the background of the Festival!
See you at one for the fun - The Chat Room is waiting.
Join us this Sunday night for the continuation of our discussion on Jazz and its relevance and influence to the Caribbean.as part of our International Jazz Day Celebration.
Tuesday's show was abruptly terminated and we apologise.So we are asking all Caribbean Jazz Musicians to join in the discussion. Sonia, Cheryl and I look forward to hearing from you.
This is International Jazz week everyone. The second anniversary celebration under the Unesco umbrella and In conjunction with The Thelonius Monk Insitute of Jazz will be celebrated April30th 2013 In Turkey, with a star studded cast of musicians.
We At TACJS will be doing our part to celebrate this gloriuos Idiom we call Jazz, from a Caribbean Perspective.We shall be going live to join The Barbados Jazz Society to have an open discussion on Jazz and its relevance to The Caribbean , past , Present , and Future. We wish to connect with as many musicians and fans as possible . so feel free to join us Tuesday April 23 at 8pm sharp.
Guitarist Drew Davidsen brings his latest release showing off his skills in acoustic, electric and nylon string guitars. 'True Drew" is a wonderful journey through Drew's life featuring Bobby Lyle, Gerald Veasley and former Temptations singer Ron Tyson We'll talk about this new project and the wonderful charity Ghanian Mother's Hope to which Drew has lent a great deal of time and a portion of proceeeds from CD sales. Join us for a Cool jazz Con
Drummer Exraordinaire joins us for a cool jazz conversaiton to talk about his career and his latest release "New Life" Join us Nonday at 7 PM Eastern
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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 television called "Suppertime."
Our multi-faceted guest was born in Manhattan but raised in Miami - and this is where he found his ticket for lifelong fame (especially in Japan, where he is known as "The King of AOR" - short for Album-Oriented Rock :)
To gain access and momentum on R & B charts, Bobby's cover art/advertisements for his momentous debut in 1978 featured him in silhouette. Naturally, there were surprised faces when he showed up for gigs - everybody expected to see an African-American artist.
Other fascinating facts about Bobby: regarding that debut, "What You Won't Do For Love" has been recorded or sampled by more than 100 artists - including Phyllis Hyman, Tupac and Notorious B.I.G. A sample of his "Open Your Eyes" was featured in Common's Grammy nominated "The Hit." Not only has Bobby played Frank Sinatra in a "Rat Pack" salute in Las Vegas (co-produced by David Cassidy!) - but he has had original compositions featured in several fims and TV projects - and his voice on standards has been requested as many times.
The hits he wrote for other artists is noteworthy: Amy Grant and Pete Cetera, Boz Scaggs and Al Jarreau - among others. His latest CD, "House of Cards" (2012) features ALL of his music - and his playing, too. On guitar and bass.
International stardom, a place in American musical history and a happy homelife - what a life Bobby Caldwell has led! It's a thrill to tell you that he'll join us at two p.m. on 4/9/13 - right before he hits Berks Jazz this week :)