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Judith Stone

Judith Stone

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Jazz began as a vehicle for the downtrodden to express their feelings, and just about everybody has climbed on board since then. The early music and performers were regarded as disreputable, and certainly the women were were in the no-win position of eliciting scorn from mainstream society, and a second place status within the jazz performer community. The biographies of these legendary women are fascinating, because although they were usually poorly educated and just plain poor, they drove social change with the intensity of their emotionally brilliant take on life. Judith will talk about these women, their nowaday vocal heartwarmers, and why getting out and listening to live music is a time honored way to recharge your own soul, and to keep telling the story. Judith has been the DJ of Home Cooking Jazz on WBRS, Brandeis Radio, 100.1 FM for six years, and going strong every Tuesday from 12 to 2 PM. Listeners know that Judith will set the stage in your mind, taking you to the performance, and then riff about where these feelings fit or don't fit in today's world of social struggle - and, oh yes, your opinion matters! Judith's background in Social Work, hospital administration, graduate teaching about health policy, and medical research frame her point of view. The listener brings her or his experience, so we can mix it up and have a party where everyone is dressed too cool for school - hey, it's radio, so we imagine the look, right? Listen up, call me, and let's enjoy it together..

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