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Ed Ring, Editor of UnionWatch.org, joins Joe to discuss Government vs. Private Sector Pay Scales Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately? There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective. Joe takes the issues… especially the co
Jazz has achieved preeminence throughout the world as an indigenous American music and art form, bringing to this country and the world a uniquely American musical synthesis and culture through the African-American experience and jazz is hereby designated as a rare and valuable national American treasure to which we should devote our attention, support and resources to make certain it is preserved, understood and promulgated. Jazz Musicians! You are an American National Treas
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Welcome to the first-ever edition of Canadian Musician Radio! We'll be broadcasting every Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST and delivering you the same kind of insightful, informative, and entertaining content you've come to expect from Canadian Musician magazine.
In this episode, we have a CM Academy segment with Jim Norris, the publisher of Canadian Musician, sharing tips from his popular "Self Promotion 101" seminars. We also have some highlights from the May/June 2013 issue of CM, the scoop on some upcoming industry events, and some insight on current topics making waves in the music industry.
Then, CM Catches Up With ... PEI indie pop outfit Paper Lions, who've recently launched their own record imprint and co-founded an alternative music festival set to debut in their home city of Charlottetown this fall.
Thanks for listening and stay tuned each week for much more!
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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!
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.
Barbados and Trinidad have been censored by the USA for their Intellectual Property Rights practiceswithin the recent weeks. Fittingly I'll be rebroadcasting an interview I did with Heather Baldwin McDowell, an Intellectual Property Rights Practitioner. This should be of interest to artists, musicians etc.
Join me 8:00pm tonight
Meet Rebecca Zapen, Singer, Songwriter, Musician and beautiful woman, wife, mother and friend.
This versatile vocalist and violinist has released 4 albums. Award-winning albums Nest and Japanese Bathhouse feature her eclectic folk-pop songwriting;
Hummingbird and ZapStar feature jazz standards and bossa nova, as well as several original compositions.
Awards and accolades include: Florida Album of the Year 2011 for Nest, which debuted at #12 on the Folk DJ charts; Jacksonville's Musician of the Year 2008; and Best Cabaret Album & Best Cabaret Song in Just Plain Folks Awards 2009 for Japanese Bathhouse.
Find out what a day in the life of Rebecca Zapen is like and where she gets inspired for the songs she writes and sings.
Leave the interview tapping your toes with a smile on your face.
You can find her work on www.Zapen.com.
Join us Sunday morning 9am BST , 10am Zambian time when we host a session with some smooth flow of opera and jazz .
This will also be live on zambezi fm .
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