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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.
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This will not be the first time that EC3 has visited our show. Every time he drops by, there is always exciting news to share! And this time is no different - but let's back track....
EC was born in Naples, the son of a respected tenor saxophonist, composer and arranger. Early in his life, little Ernest must have decided to follow in his Dad's footsteps. He was the youngest graduate of the Naval School of Music - and he flew from there! There was work to be had in Los Angeles, but the call of Las Vegas proved to be a turning point in this drummer's career. EC met Vincent Falcone, who had been Frank Sinatra's legendary pianist. And he met Loretta Holloway, a much respected vocalist - who was looking for someone just like our guest. EC became Ms. Holloway's Music Director - and shouldered some huge shows with her for over 12 years. It was common to share the stage with Don Rickles, Jay Leno and David Brenner, among many others.
One of the biggest introductions that EC ever had was when he met bass master, Al McKibbon. Al and EC had a connection that lasted for years. Because of their intense working relationship - sometimes via 18 shows a week! - our Friend developed a fabulous set of career and life skills that have stayed with him. And that has most certainly helped with the creation of his multiple projects. When we first met EC, he was making the rounds of various venues in support of his "Her Eyes at Sunset." Then, it was "It's All About the Rhythm." Now, there's a new set of tunes - very much in the swinging, sassy, and Jazz-loving EC3 style. It's called "My Rhythmic Point of View" and it's going to make you get UP and bossa your socks off ;) We've got our talented visitor in-house to tell us all about it - on 10/6 - join us!
in Self Help
In this episode Rock and Spectre join their friends and veteran members of the Real Life Superhero to offer advice and tips to new RLSH or those considering taking up the cowl.
Not an RLSH? This episode will give you ideas on how to better serve and therefore shape your community
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
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 :)
Tonites feature guest is Sam Hankins, he will tell us his story on how he got started and what moves him to continue his work as a music teacher and his latest tracks. I Ladydiva will bring up an event coming in October called 'Unite to face addiction' which the event happens in Washington DC on Oct. 4th and to mention about a treatment drug that counters the effect of opioids, there's an epidemic of people on heroin going today as we speak.
Welcome to another editon of "Jazz Ubiquity" hosted by Djb-one. If your a lover of Contemporary Jazz Music, then you'll be head over hills for what this experienced Dj has in store for you. Its Monday night, you've had a full work day and now your looking for a way to relax, so why not step inside the Red Carpet Room, grab your favorite bottle of wine and release that built up stress from today. We have just what the doctor ordered. Presented to you by Diversity Of The Minds. Studio number is 516-531-9334.
Join us for our converstaion with Tonya Comer of Tonya Comer Interiors. We will talk about art, fashion, design, community and entrepreneurship.
What a time to have an episode of "Hybrid Jazz" - it's the beginning of Autumn, the start of Libra, it's Yom Kippur, and the Pope is in the USA :) How do we celebrate? HALIE LOREN!
This Alaskan-born award-winner has had quite a journey - and she is still so young! She made her performing debut at 10, her family moved to Oregon three years later - and she won accolades for her songwriting when she was still a TEEN!
Halie also had the maturity to live in Nashville for a time, soaking up the music wisdom of the city and learning the ropes of the business - before she headed back to Oregon for continued education. She has never STOPPED pursuing her education, in terms of perfecting her craft. Already blessed with a unique and distinctive way of interpretation, Halie is also extraordinarily smart. She knew early in her career that overseas audiences embraced her, so she has made it a point to release her music there first - the USA is catching up!
Her debut in 2006 generated MUCH interest. Her sophomore project, "They Oughtta Write a Song" won an Just Plan Folks (Independent) Award for Best Jazz Vocal. And it was the second-highest selling album in Japan. Halie's name is actually known all over the world - because of smart distribution and the attraction of sophisticated audiences to a true talent. When you hear "Butterfly Blue", you'll know HOW true :)
Amy Shook is a joyful "last minute" guest - and it's because of one very special reason. She is a major component of Diva Jazz - in trio - the musical unit for the Maurice Hines production of "Tappin' Thru Life!" They're at the Delaware Theatre Company in Wilmington and it's BUZZING! Amy has played the White House twice, so you KNOW ;) Bass Goddess join us in the third hour - see you in Chat!
Tune in tonight as we bring you Music 101 on a Thursday night instead of Tuesday night...we will be interviewing YKG at 8:05 pm EST and get them to discuss their new new song called "Dance Kraze" we will also have Kekeh Da Sickest calling in at 8:30 pm EST to discuss his new EP dropping soon and debut his new track "Just You" so make sure you tune in and see what all the fuss is about with Your Favorite Look a Likes from 8-9 pm EST!!! Call in number is (646) 716-4952 press #1 to chime in or make a request!!
J. Henry has played everything from the Essence Music Festival to the Apollo Theater in Harlem.
J. Henry has shared the stage with legendary artists such as Twinkie Clarke, Tony Terry, and Rodney Perry to name a few. He is the Smooth Jazz Phenomenon and TODAY on the show you can hear his story!!
J. Henry hails from the Jazz Capitol of the World, New Orleans, Louisiana. This Crescent City native has been dazzling audiences across the U.S. for the last 24 years.
New Single and Album
The latest single by J. Henry is called "Our Secret" and is available now on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and more. In the first week of the song debut, "Our Secret" hit the top 100 of iTunes Jazz downloads.
His debut album "Phenomenon" was released in January 13, 2015….and still going strong!!!
For more info on J Henry please visit: www.jhenryjazz.com