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With his aptly-titled SILVER SOUL 2014 CD release, saxophone superstar KIM WATERS celebrates his 25th year as a recording artist. SILVER SOUL is Kim’s 20 solo album and follows 16 Top 10 and 14 #1 singles, 4 #1 CDs and many millions of album unit sales.
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The men are shutting it down this afternoon in the studio.
Up first at 2:15 we have R&B Singer Carlin
Carlin's talents are spread across the musical field in such roles as producer, composer, pianist, songwriter and vocalist. Carlin has performed and worked with several artists such as Angie Stone, Chico DeBarge, Joe, Case, Cassandra Wilson, and BeBe Winans, lending his skills and passion to the art of making music from unfinished musical projects. His talents as a pianist, organist, drummer, and trumpeter can also be heard in his compositions of children songs, gospel music, jazz, pop, R&B and classical pieces.
At 3:15 Russel P. Brown
Russel Brown has over 35 years experience in the entertainment field. He is a vocalist, producer, trumpeter, writer, arranger and composer specializing in Jazz. Mr. Brown performs Classic R&B, Latin and Jazz music and has performed with numerous musicians and has opened for Grover Washington Jr., The O'Jays, The Commodores, Roy Ayers, Wilson Pickett and more. Mr. Brown has been a member of “The Bell Telefunk Company” and “Psalms” bands. Mr. Brown is featured on his new CD called “The Kickoff”.
At 4:15 P. Lowe
P. Lowe is an American native, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, composer, music engineer and entrepreneur. Professionally engaged in music for over a decade, Lowe is no stranger to the industry. In addition to the saxophone, Lowe can play 6 other instruments. Lowe also speaks and writes music in 4 different languages. Lowe has experience in several genres of music and his talents are transcendent. His band "i95" smoothly blends Kizomba/Zouk, Rock, Neo- Soul, Afro-House & Hip Hop into one energetic and harmonious performance.
Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Martha Tilton (A) I Should Care (B) Stranger in Town
Side A -; Capitol 529-2-A 184 “I Should Care” written by Weston-Stordahl-Cahn
From the MGM Movie “Thrill of a Romance”
Tenor Saxophone Eddie Miller does both sides
Sides A/ B recorded in 1945 location unknown
Side B Capitol, 428-2-b 184 “Stranger in Town” Written by Mel Torme
Genre: Swing , Jazz, Big Band
All credit due to the artist and musicians and Capitol records, No profit or income derived from this podcast.
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Trying to preserve the largely ignored original analog sound of the old 78 records, plus learn some music history along the way
According to Wikipedia Martha Tilton (November 14, 1915 - December 8, 2006) was an American popular singer during America's swing era and traditional pop period. She is best known for her 1939 recording of "And The Angels Sings" with BennyGoodman.
Tilton had a major success from 1942 to 1949 as one of the first artists to record for Capitol Records .
Among her biggest hits as a solo artist were "I'LL Walk Alone ", a wartime ballad which rose to #4 on the charts in 1944; "I Should Care" and "A Stranger in Town," which both peaked at #10 in 1945; and three in 1947
Julian Angel Camarena is an American singer-songwriter, producer, musician, entrepreneur and performer from Arizona. Due to his father being an artist, Julian grew up in a creative and artistic household. Julian first showed interest in music at the age of eight after deciding to learn the alto saxophone so he could play it in the school band. At the age of thirteen, Julian started writing and composing his own music, but it wasn't until fourteen that he decided to add lyrics to each of his compositions, "For me adding lyrics to a song was just another way of adding more emotion, feeling and meaning to my music." After graduating high school at the age of sixteen, Julian moved to San Diego to attend University at San Diego State. Julian continued to write and compose music throughout his freshmen year in college.
Find out much more about Julian and his music when he joins Take 2 Radio Music on Wednesday, Jan. 14th at 3pm eastern!
Join host Apostle Natalie Young for " The Total Praise of Milton Johnson Jr. on "The Power of Persuasion " Milton R. Johnson Jr. was born and raised in Chicago, IL where at the age of 16 he met the love of his life Deborah (Willis) Johnson. Recorded the song “Total Praise” is his first solo release and recorded for Miltsong Music. Total Praise; was written and first released by, Richard Smallwood and is gospel music classic. This soulful instrumental version performed on tenor saxophone is sure to become a classic as well. As a Pastor of " Bread of Life Ministries " Pastor Milton Johnson Jr “ endeavors to impact the community for Christ and transforming lives by equipping disciples and developing leaders through the preaching and teaching of the gospel under the power of the Holy Spirit” Find his hit single at: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/miltonjohnson1; On Facebook: Miltsong Music LLC
Laurie Martin who wrote Smile Across Your Heart is Back with a new book to help live through your higher self: Language of the Heart: Undconditional Love. Listen in as Laurie helps us remember that we are divine beings. Plus - learn to communicate with your higher council and have them respond with signs!
And it's a new year...let's blow some horns! Emilio Castillo of Tower of Power tells the story of his success. His "life of crime" didn't work out - so he picked up a saxophone and changed musical history instead. What is Hip? T.O.P.
Tyson's Bio: The Life and Times Of Mr Tyson C. Since the 4th grade, Tyson has been playing and experimenting with music. He is known in his area of Greensboro, NC for playing the Alto Saxophone.
From elementary to middle school he continued to play in a school band. During his middle school year, he experienced reading more sheet music.
During his high school year, musically he was shaped in a way that would make him an all- around musician he is today.
By the end of his junior year, he had performed in the concert band, marching band, and jazz band with the Alto and Baritone Saxophone.
After high school, he went on to college to work towards a degree in recording engineering
Tyson C has also ventured different genre in a genre. For example, he played with a Latin Jazz based group by the name of West In Mambo(Out Of Winston Salem
Music to him is like a relationship. Sometimes you just need space away from it and miss it enough to keep doing it. There was a time in his life where he honestly believes that he wanted to give it up for good.
These days while performing, he liked to add some uniqueness during the performances. F
In regardless to interacting with people, Tyson likes to interact with people. He gets a “kick outta seeing people make it in life”
Tyson’s future projects include making a few albums, making a music video, writing playwright, and hosting events.
Ultimately, Tyson C. wants to reach the world and masses with the many gifts and talents that God has bestowed inside of him. He steps towards that dream includes using the networking vehicles like Youtube, Soundcloud, Linked In, and radio/ television interviews.
This week's set of of shows have been special - and we're wrapping it up with a big red bow on 12/11! Eric Byrd kicks off the one p.m. Eastern hour with his enthusiasm for a big show on Saturday. That's at the Eubie Blake Cultural Center in Baltimore - with special guests Delandria Mills (flute) and Jeff Antoniuk (sax). The Eric Byrd Trio will perform songs from their popular "Charlie Brown Christmas." :)
Eric has been a respected pianist in this region - and beyond - for three decades! He has been an in-demand leader AND sideman (over 15 musical projects as a guest star) - and has served as State Department Ambassador for multiple countries. The depth of his work can be heard in the aforementioned 2009 release - and also in "21st Century Swing: Live" that was recorded at a popular Jazz Festival last year. A foot firmly in the past with an eye on the future of Jazz - this is why so many appreciate him!
The award-winning Deanna Bogart joins us after Eric. Born in Detroit, but spent early years in Arizona and New York - and surfaced in the D.C. area - where this radio host met her. While she was a key member of the band, Cowboy Jazz :-D At six, Deanna was kicked out of music school because she chose to play piano by ear as opposed to chart. She has been rebelling ever since! Refusing to believe that "girls don't play saxophone", she gravitated and mastered the instrument - and became a hellacious songwriter along the way. Over 20 Wammies to her name and the respect of international audiences - which includes eager children (many of them special needs) - who she LOVES to teach. A featured figure in The Rhythm and Blues Revue (Magic Dick, Tommy Castro), Deanna SHINES most as Band LEADER. What a show! Please join us in The Chat Room on 12/11!
Influenced by the gritty reality of his Port Arthur, TX upbringing as well as his gospel roots, R&B singer, Wash's sound is contemporary, yet soulful. Armed with both personality and musicality—vocals, piano, drums and saxophone— Wash, born Ronald Washington Jr, is on a journey that will be nothing short of dynamic. Tune in Monday, December 8th at 9pm ET as TD Radio hosts Aeshia, Moiba, and Brianna talk the dos and dont's of dating, cuffing season, music and more with the 24 year-old newcomer!
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Saxophonist/ Vocalist/ Poet/ Composer/ Recording Artist - 2:15pm
Leisha Joy Harvey, aka “Leisha J” One of the most inimitable talent in the Jazz scene today. An accomplished recording artist and performer, “ Leisha J” induces her unique style to match any audience.“Leisha J” has performed throughout the Southeast at many festivals and event. Her mellifluous riffs on the Soprano, Alto, and Tenor Saxophone in the genres of Jazz to Smooth Jazz, Blues to Rhythm & Blues, Easy Listening and Gospel brings every audience to captivity of her musical versatility.
Taya Envy - R&B Artist - 3:15pm
Born in Springfield, Illinois; raised in Aurora, Colorado. Taya Envy; why I gave myself this stage name is, the person I felt and began to see myself grow into had potential of no other. Taya is half of my name; Envy is what I see beyond my eyes. My craft comes from within a place I couldn't lead you to, though I can take you to that place within my music.
Being raised by my "Maw maw" I grew an "Old Soul", around the house all I heard was music. My Maw maw gets all the credit. She'd always told me I'd be a star all I have to do is believe in myself. I was inspired by Marvin Gaye he was a man of many words. When I'd listen to him speak I heard a story, I heard the world through his song. Still to this day I'm always wondering "What's Going On". My motto is ""Keep It Real". That's the only way to be, being who you are is what makes you the person you want to evolve to be.
What’s the relationship between classroom and community learning? How can learning the licks of the jazz masters encourage creativity? On Friday, November 21, 2014, we’ll trade fours with Saxophonist & Educator Ronald Carter. Join our discussion about improvisation, jazz history, and learning through jazz and “Get in on the Rhythm.”
11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific)
WATCH Ronald Carter, re: Improvisation
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