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September 24 - Guitarist - Patrick Yandall
Join me for a delightful afternoon as we welcome the return of Jazz Guitarist, Patrick Yandall. Two of Patrick's latest achievements are the inclusion of his tracks, "Mr. Fattburger", in the hit film "FRUITVALE STATION" in 2013, and "Who's The Bossa Now" from his album "Samoa Soul" was used in the political satire film, "War, Inc", starring John Cusack and Marissa Tomei.
Patrick has just released his 13th CD, and oh my goodness, it is steaming! Two lucky winners just might have a chance to get their hands on an autographed copy!
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December 6 - Jazz guitarist/composer - Patrick YandallNominated Jazz Artist of the Year by Lifeswork Entertainment, and with endorsements from Elixer Strings, Levy's, Leather's, LTD to name a few, Patrick Yandall has earned a place as one of today's top contemporary jazz guitarists/composers.Join me as Patrick and I discuss his brand new CD "The Window," and other things, right here on Jazzin Em up With Cres O'Neal
Bringing the same kind of emotional depth and stylistic diversity to contemporary jazz as his heroes and chief influences Lee Ritenour and Larry Carlton, guitarist/composer Patrick Yandall has blazed creative and commercial trails that have inspired a new generation of independent instrumental musicians to pursue their dreams without compromise. With his 16th career release, the multi-talented performer is as dynamic, passionate and inventive as ever on his Innervisions Records debut The Window, which marks his incredible 11th release to date. Join us for a cool jazz conversation with Patrick Yandall
Internationally known guitarist, Patrick Yandall, has been fine-tuning his gift for a long time. At 8, he was playing - at 13, he was in nightclubs (supervised and supported :)
The pull to perform - as well as write and produce - has been something inside our guest for most of his life. We've heard him branch out, bloom, and burst since 1994 - when "That Feels Nice" did just that. A passionate love affair with well-grooved guitar licks can't help but tickle your ears in the best way. Over a dozen projects later, Patrick is not only tickling - but tearing it up!
"Soul Grind" is creating commotion - way past San Diego, where Patrick calls home. The lead single, "My Lady", has moved quickly on the charts - and there's interest and curiosity regarding the other tracks on the album. Mostly originals - but three covers. And let's just say that when you cover Larry Carlton, Steely Dan and Michael Jackson, you had best believe in your ability to deliver.
Patrick Yandall is no stranger to success, for sure - he has had chart-toppers, he has been a subject for a PBS special, and his compositions have been chosen for multiple TV and film endeavors. A true feather in his cap has been the inclusion of his "Mr. Fatburger" in the extraordinary Sundance award-winner, "Fruitvale Station."
Stopping by the show to catch his breath, Patrick will allow us a glimpse into his golden life - one that blessedly has given us so much wonderful music. And we'll hear more! Three tracks from "Soul Grind." While we're at it, let's ask him about that title. That's worth finding a seat in The Chat Room ;)
It's absolutely wonderful to have our friend, Patrick Yandall, return to us! Even COOLER - that we're having the pleasure of his company right before his Birthday (September 5th!)
Patrick has had a beautifully rich career - not only because of the success of singles and albums (he can certainly boast of number one status more than once!) - but because he has had music on such diverse sources. TV shows: "Girls" on HBO and "Shameless" on Showtime. His song, "Who's the Bossa Now" was included in the John Cusack/Marissa Tomei film, "War, Inc." - and "Mr. Fattburger" was in the much acclaimed, Sundance award-winning, "Fruitvale Station."
If you are a Patrick fan, all of this is NO surprise. Born in Fort Bragg, North Carolina and raised in Michigan - now based in San Diego - our Friend learned MANY different kinds of music as he grew in his mastery of the guitar. Jazz, Blues, Rock and Soul, the sound of Country back porches and the buzz of City nightlife - he feels ALL of it. Possibly like no other that you've heard. You're not the subject of a PBS special for no reason!
More than a dozen musical projects under his belt, Patrick Yandall is rolling ON - and he is going to SHINE at his gig this weekend. It is said that if you play at Spaghettini in Seal Beach, California, you are hipper than the average bear :) Patrick will be spending his Birthday WEEKEND there! That's why we have to do this next episode of "Hybrid Jazz" properly. The send-off is everything, don't you think? Hah!
Let's enjoy some delicious music from one of the nicest and most talent guitarists/producers/composers that we know - and let's all get inspired by the music that we'll hear BECAUSE we're inspired by PATRICK! Happy Birthday, Superstar!
Today's Show: Join Terilee Harrison as she speaks with Patrick Dean, Founder of Seminar Systems. Patrick shares several key ideas to help you overcome past hurts. It's important that you don't believe everything you think! You can find him online at www.seminarsystems.com
You're right - it's RARE that I would place such a strong adjective in front of a guest's name. Here'w why: it's important for you to remember Patrick Bradley. It's that simple. But...maybe simple is not the word here :)
See, Patrick "daylights" as a regional President of Whole Foods! Already, he's different, right? In more ways than one! Check it out: he started at age 8 on a bargain basement organ. And self-taught! He played in Church for several years, all the while becoming immersed in the Beatles, Elton John, and Emerson, Lake & Palmer. Oh - and Rick Wakeman from the group, Yes. That particular influence stayed with Patrick - when you hear the Moog synthesizer on his new CD - you'll smile.
Classical music training in college and Jazz appreciation on the side - gravitating to Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea. From school, he joined a five piece Rock band called "Joshua" - that group released an album in 1986, "Surrender." At age 24, Patrick decided to focus on a career that was more stable. With a wife and children, organic food retail seemed sensible.
While working for Whole Foods in Chicago, we came to know Patrick via his debut, "Come Rain or Shine." He was promoted to the Southern California division of the company and was able to record his second project, "Under the Sun." This was a partnership with Jeff Lorber, who was suggested by Patrick's mutual friend, Dave Koz.
He's REALLY good at being an executive at his exceptionally successful day job, but when you hear Patrick Bradley PLAY - and that means piano, organ and Moog - WHOA. We're kinda hoping that the music thingie takes over ;) Especially since the personnel on this album is so HOT! You'll have to wait to hear who when Patrick joins us on 9/16!
Tonight: Irish Fest, Dylan's Army, More School Changes? Events, News, and some laughs! Tonight at 8pm!
Tonight we will be joined by 3 or more live guests talking about events such as the Irish Festival, Dylan's Family Fun Day, and much more. HEY, did you know that the schools may still change, but in a different way. Some schools may stay open, new ones may close, and none of them should have a custodian like Orchard Hills Elementary! 8pm tonight we will be covering all of this along with all the upcoming events (there are a ton of them), and all the news that is happening in our own backyards.
We are considered a very small show, but we are proud to not only interview the interesting people of Milford, but we are able to speak to guests such as John Ratzenberger, Dan Patrick, Governor Malloy, Tommy John, and many more. We may be small, but we are badass!
Make sure you join us tonight, without you we look like 2 dudes talking to each other with headsets on!
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