“Playing Favorites.” On this first show of 2019, Nancy will share some of of her favorite western songs and poems from her 2018 Cowboy Tracks episodes. Listen in if you want to hear the cream of the crop, the pick of the litter, the best in class!
Honoring Nancy Wilson on Jazz After Dark tonight, plus performances by the Vince Guaraldi Trio, Lucky Thompson, Bob Scobey's Frisco Band, Erroll Garner, Don Ellis, Mel Torme & George Shearing, Art Pepper, Tony Bennett, and Al Di Meola.
Photo, clockwise from upper left: Nancy Wilson, Mel Tormé, Art Pepper, Erroll Garner
Divine Intervention strikes once again on KDRT, closing the year with a musical sampling of 2018's best rock/pop/related/random releases, including new sounds from Otis Gibbs, Yowler, Derek Ted, Field Medic, Th’ Losin Streaks, and Perfume Genius, as well as a few—just a few—new so-called holiday tunes. See the playist and stream the show via the program page. Happy holidays and and a healthy new year to you!
For Davis 2nd Friday Artabout on Friday December 14, 2018 at 6:30PM, KDRT and Armadillo Music hosts a live broadcast featuring Sacramento’s, The Cousins. Two family members with a passion for music. They cover a variety of well known (and not so well known! Let's face it, who doesn't love a deep track from time to time?) This is set up to be a fun evening with familiar and sing along music.
.. If you can’t join in the fun at Armadillo Music, please join us live on KDRT 95.7 FM and KDRT.org.
Tune into this year’s Cowboy Christmas special on “Cowboy Tracks” (Dec 14, 1pm). The holiday songs you’ll hear aren’t the same old ones you’ve heard forever but are Christmas songs with a Western flair!
Coming up tonight on Jazz After Dark! Five extended sets:
Artie Shaw -- Concerto for Clarinet ,
Cannonball Adderley Quintet -- This Here (live, 1959),
Chet Baker -- Portrait In Black and White (live, 1987),
Dorothy Donegan -- Things Ain't What They Used To Be (live, 1991),
Gabor Szabo -- Mizrab (live, 1972)
Fresh From the Festival, Part 3.” This episode concludes our 3-part series of music and cowboy poetry from artists who performed in November at the International Western Music Association festival in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Mary Kaye, the High Country Cowboys, Notable Exceptions and more than a dozen artists on this episode!
Coming up tonight on Jazz After Dark: bebop and Brubeck with a twist of reggae! Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong, Charlie Parker's All-Stars, Frank Morgan & Gigi Gryce, Yusef Lateef, Ernestine Anderson, Frank Morgan, Big Miller & Tommy Banks, Monty Alexander, Dave Brubeck.
Replays Monday 11 pm, Tuesday midnight, Wednesday 10-11pm
So many things to talk about with this very special guest.
Juan Miranda is a recent Ph.D. of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, with an emphasis in Performance Studies from the University of California, Davis, focusing in Spanish, Southern Cone and Latinx Literature, Cinema and Culture. He is a radio host for KDVS 90.3’s Correveydile (Every other Monday from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.), an associate editor of the peer-reviewed journal Spanish and Portuguese Review, and an activist in various non-governmental institutions. In addition, he is a writer (including the plays ¡Mama! Grandes Funerales and The Karma of Fools), actor (La Fronteriza Theatre Company; La Poltrona; The Art Theater of Davis), and a performer in the Sammy award winning musical project group Bomba Fried Rice.
For those outside of the listening area this program will be streamed live on kdrt.org
“Fresh From the Festival, Part 2.” Hear more great music and cowboy poetry from artists who performed at the International Western Music Association festival in Albuquerque.