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Trish Hennessey

Hybrid Jazz From Trish Hennessey


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Three hours on Tuesday and Thursday of music and guests. Hybrid Jazz is a vision of all that is Jazz - both traditional & contemporary, domestic & global

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The music that we've heard from the Daniel Bennett Group is exceedingly hard to catergorize. I DO like what one reviewer said, though: A "Folk Jazz HYBRID." :) Daniel would add to that: "20th century minimilism." His beautiful musical... more

How yours truly was introduced to Steven Davis: that relentlessly attentive Tom Estey. One of those intensely involved promotion guys who appreciates the greatness in special artists. Steven is THAT! He has been a singer and... more

We are visitng with Keith Javors at a very special time in his career. This consummate professional just posted on his Facebook page that "The Meeting" broke the Top 50 in "Jazz Week." No surprise to many of us. This work with... more

Sometimes, when you hear a particular artist, you are drawn to his or her or their gift - and you cannot explain why. That's what happened when yours truly heard Matt Baker. The clarity of his piano, the voice that draws you was deja vu.... more

So, how important was it to secure a visit with Gillian Margot and Geoffrey Keezer? Enough for this radio host to program a show for MONDAY! Usually, if you have listened to the show when it happens LIVE, we air on Tuesday and... more

What a gift to have Yelena Eckemoff on the show! We have to start her story with "Once upon a time..." A tiny girl (age four) showed great promise on the piano, playing by EAR. Mother was a professional pianist and became Yelena's first... more

Our story begins in Memphis, in the shadow of Olivet Baptist Church - where Kenneth T. Whalum was Pastor. Kevin's Dad :) Reverend Whalum must have been SOMETHING. Not only living the word that he preached - but making sure... more

Doing the research for our next guest is a daunting task, seriously. Gabrielle Stravelli is SO well respected that it's tricky to describe. Looking at where she has played and who has said WHAT about her? She must have to remind herself... more

Laurie Dapice was raised in Utica, New York - the same city as the internationally renowned tenor, Pasquale Caputo. THAT'S the vocal training that our guest received when she was starting to spread her wings. So, you know that her path... more

Yes, did you see that yours truly capped Nnenna's name up there? LOL! You had better believe that this was deliberate. Vocalist of rare dimension, composer, arranger, actress, writer, education activist, and SIX-time Grammy nominee -... more