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In another lifetime, I was hosting a terrestrial radio show - and playing a plethora of artists that were centered in the Baltimore/DC area. One of those was recommended to me QUITE strongly. A beloved friend, Johnny Shaw, was attending Towson University. And a teacher there stood out. Jeff Antoniuk. Johnny, being a saxophonist himself, recognized the greatness in another sax man. And HAD to get a CD to me. When I listened to that project, "Here Today", I was beyond impressed with the depth of work and feeling. Jeff was playing with his group, The Jazz Update, and they were COOKING!
That's the reason for Jeff's return visit to "Hybrid Jazz." He has a big event at An die Musik in Baltimore this weekend - with The Jazz Update - and it was important to pass along how cool June 20th is going to be :)
Jeff's roots are different than the average cat. He was born in Edmonton, Canada, and his family moved to Nigeria. There, Jeff's musical journey began. He absorbed his environment while learning how to play classical piano. In his teens, he returned to Canada and picked up a saxophone.
At the University of North Texas, Jeff pursued degrees in Jazz education and West African Ethnomusicology. In school, he was performing and touring. He co-founded the United Jazz Ensemble - his current group later - and is still a member of a fabulous unit that we featured the last time that Jeff visited: the Mars 4-tet.
His accolades as music educator are equal to the respect that he has received as musician, composer and performer. MANY students can attest to the life-changing classes that Jeff has given. His artistic direction for the Maryland Summer Jazz is legendary. We literally could write another five minutes on what our guest has done!
Please welcome Jeff on 6/18 :-D
Saxophonist Lebron releases his 2nd album "New Era" featuring Keith Fluitt, trumpeter Lin Rountree, bassist Julian Vaughn and vocalist Rachael Gehmlich. Ronald Jackson from The Smooth Jazz Ride said about New Era, “Truly an album of class, funk, romance, soul, and feel-good energy.
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Do you know the difference between Hemp & Marijuana? The history behind the prohibition of both? There are 10’s of thousands of uses for Hemp, thousands of benefits and historically hemp has been used to build in Greek, Chinese and Egyptian civilizations.
Now Marijuana has been delegalized for consumption in states around the U.S, but why is it still classified as a schedule 1 substance?
“Schedule I drugs, substances, or chemicals are defined as drugs with no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse. Schedule I drugs are the most dangerous drugs of all the drug schedules with potentially severe psychological or physical dependence.”
Also in this show we will go into the Black town revival movement. Updates, timeline, goals & tangible steps to make it happen.
Please join in if you have any questions or anything to contribute to the conversation or just to listen.
Carter Calvert is known in QUITE a few circles - she is, without hype - a respected fixture in the New York Theater scene. Carter has brought life to "Always...Patsy Cline" - as well as "Annie Get Your Gun" and "Cats." She co-starred with Gregory Porter and Eloise Laws in "It Ain't Nothing But the Blues" and has traveled the world with the touring company of "Smokey Joe's Cafe." TV appearances and voice-over work for Wendy's, MTV and Amazon - and a list of household names that have shared the stage with her - we could be here for days! Carter has returned to a first love: Jazz - with a new album called "It's a Man's World." All male-originated songs done from a female perspective. It's divine! And she has a release party coming in her stomping grounds soon - let's celebrate in the first hour of the show :)
In the third hour, Wayne Jones drops by! He might not stay long because he's covering a LOT of territory while he's in the States. In Australia, he is known as one of the mightiest session bassists of all time! He's also a songwriter and arranger and master clinician. For over three decades, Wayne has gifted other musicians with the beauty of that fluid, funky and fearless bass. With his years of studio work - and his TV/film credits - Wayne thought it was time to release another body of work to feed the Jones-hungry crowd who demanded it. There are five tracks on "Mr. Jones" - but those are filled with the greatness of Wayne's bass and guests: Rick Braun, Mike MacArthur and Philippe Saisse! He'll be with Mike on the last Sunday in August - in Clearwater, Florida. But he found the time beforehand to visit with us! There is so much wonderful music to share - join us in The Chat Room and let's enjoy it together!
Alex Gershman with Sasha's Bloc is back to talk their new hit single FEELS LIKE JAZZ!
Jazz collective Sasha’s Bloc solidifies their growing presence on the U.S. music scene with an original album that hearkens back to the Big Jazz Band sound of the 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s, and to a performance style that evokes such seminal acts as Duke Ellington, Fats Waller, Count Basie, Scott Joplin, Ella Fitzgerald and more.
Sasha’s Bloc is an amalgam of varied artists, nationalities and experiences, all fueled by bassist and songwriter Alex Gershman to deliver a sound that is consistently big, boisterous, full of spirit and rich in everything that makes jazz linger as an American phenomenon. On Heart On Fire, Gershman is honored to have Grammy-nominated vocalist Jane Monheit perform on multiple tracks.
The group’s core nonet is comprised of Nora Rothman, vocal; Brandon Fields, saxophone; Alex Budman, saxophone, clarinet; Kye Palmer, trumpet, Bob McChesney, trombone; Kevin Winnard, drums; Steve Cotter, guitar; Andy Langham, piano. Guest artists on the upcoming album include: Jane Monheit, vocal; Alvin Chea, vocal; Patrick Tuzzolino, vocal; Princess Fortier, vocal; Glynis Leflore vocal; Octavia Pace vocal; James Lum, banjo; Jason Fabus, accordion; Marc T. Bolin, Tuba. Gershman plays upright bass and electric bass.
Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Freddy Martin, Andrew Sisters, Bing Crosby
Freddy Martin & His Orchestra – Rachmaninoff Concerto No. 2
I'm Glad I Waited for You
Bing Crosby & the Andrews Sisters – South America, Take It Away
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Freddy Martin & His Orchestra – Rachmaninoff Concerto No. 2 / I'm Glad I Waited for You
Label: RCA Victor – 20-1749
Genre: Jazz, Classical
A: Rachmaninoff Concerto No. 2
Arranged By – Freddy Martin Piano – Jack Fine
Composer Harold Rome
B: I'm Glad I Waited for You
Vocals [Refrain] – Clyde Rogers Written-By – Sammy Cahn-Jule Styne
Record Company – Radio Corporation of America
Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Indianapolis
Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters – South America, Take It Away / "Route 66! - "
With Vic Schoen &Orchestra
Label: Decca – 23569 1946
A: South America, Take It Away
B: Get Your Kicks On "Route 66! –
Composer Bobbi Troup
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This is a program to help look at problems and come up with ways to solve these problems, plus a jazz legend and historical of those who have provided us the listener with new ideas in music.
The ORACLE Speaks on a wonderful Sunday afternoon event, the Social Club Sundays at Xen Lounge in the Valley, 3-9 PM, sponsored by my dear friend Reginald Dorsey and the MTV video awards Red Carpet after party at the Beso in Hollywood, 8-12 PM, presented by L.A. Fashion Corner, The Notice Network, and in association with The World Networks. Yours truly is on the VIP guest list as a celebrity. I even have a handler. I love it. A placement of #11 on the Grammy charts, by Jeri Jonston for Female Jazz Ensemble of the year 2014, as a feature on her cd with Dwight Trible, has helped to push me a little further up the ladder of recognition in the industry. Feels good, feels real good.
Welcome to The ORACLE Speaks With ... YOU! What's your story? Call in to 805-285-9772 to share with the world what you have in your heart to share.....
This week's Theme, brought to you from the ORACLE Speaks ORACLE Cards:
Intimacy is driven by our innate need to be held and smothered in love. Accept the truth of your overt vulnerability, exposed in all its glory. Allow for the genuine connection that comes with self love.
Welcome Listeners! We are reading...2 Corinthians: Chapter 2 Summary
The Painful Visit
Okay, the real reason that Paul cancelled his visit to Corinth is because he didn't want to have another "painful visit." At least that's what happened the last time he stopped in Corinth. Ouch.
Apparently, there was some kind of disagreement between Paul and a male member of the Corinthian congregation. Paul doesn't go into details (we're guessing the Corinthian gossip mill has already made this news known). He also doesn't name his opponent, so we'll just call him the Offending Brother.
We don't know what happened, but we do know that what was really upsetting about the whole incident was that the Corinthians ended up siding with the Offending Brother instead of Paul. How rude!
Paul cancelled his travel plans and did what he does best—he wrote a letter. This letter made him super sad though and he cried a ton while writing it.
The Tears Did It!
But—good news—the letter worked. Paul hears that the Corinthians have kicked the Offending Brother out of the church.
Okay, but now, Paul tells them they should work on bringing him back into the church (wait, what?). Oh, you know. Forgiveness and all that jazz.
Paul heard all this news first hand from his friend, Titus (who had been to visit Corinth). Needless to say, this made Paul very, very happy.
But really, this is all God's handiwork. He has led Paul and his fellow apostles on a victory march through the streets. God loves a parade, apparently.
Paul and his cohorts aren't like some apostles who are really just "peddlers of God's word." They're sincere and truthful. They come from God. Now that's a solid resume. Thanks to Shmoop.com
Paula White the daughter of Satan and her demonic husband Jonathan Cain tell the congregation at New Destiny in Apopka, Fl at a Sunday morning relationship series to use to spice up their sex life-----. Yes, you heard it right and it came right from their mouths.Use !!!
It has been confirmed to me that Rod Parsley has throat cancer--
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Welcome to Rhythm And Poetry, formerly known as Saturday Nite Gospel Jamz. Tonight we have a Special Guest with us tonight. Please help me welcome Inyarachaa. Its gonna be powerful, its gonna be Retro, Throwback, Thought provocative. Our Co-host Sister Fiyah Harris, live from Dallas TX, and Brother Malachi live from Hattiesburg, MS. Chat room is open and to ask questions or make a comment on the phone press #1 if listening. (347) 205-9279 Tonight we get started with New Artist in Hebrew and Truth Music. Don't forget we have something new (Open Mic) Poetry or Rap press 1 on your phone. No longer than 3 mins so that others can share. This is after we play our 4 tracks in a row.......( Please note: we are still growing and learning in the word. From time to time you may hear our Guest speak another name of The Father and Son, Men-Empowered has studied and found from the Hebrew text the name of The Most High is AHAYAH ASHER AHAYAH and The Savior( YASHAYA ) We are looking for a new name for our Saturday Nite Show. Let's us know what you would like to call it. So far we like "Rhythm And Poetry" (R.A.P.) Don't forget to check out The Music and Gear www.realjudah.com Like us on facebook "Rhythm and Poetry Music Show