“The Western Land We Love.” This episode is filled with beautiful musical and poetic imagery of the western land and appreciation for it. Don Edwards, Juni Fisher, Open Range and Tish Hinojosa are just a few of the artists you’ll hear!
Soul jazz tonight! 1955 – 1969. Cornell Dupree, Herbie Nichols, Horace Parlan, Sam Lazar Trio, Gene Ammons, Eddie Harris, Horace Silver, Les McCann & Eddie Harris, Duke Pearson, and guitar by Cassandra Wilson.
What Rough Beast, An exceptional fusion band. This very unique band is back with a killer new single "Some Odd Years" that will have it's debut on Listening Lyrics. The talent of each individual member shines through in their music. What does that mean, a depth of sound rarely heard. What Rough Beast is Sacramento based, but their sound is not limited to one geographic location. Members are:
Jon Shapiro - keyboards, Keith Filson - guitar, David Martin - guitar, Bryant Whaley - Bass, Jesse Escobar - Hand percussion, Bob Gibeault - Drums, Mike Rice - Flute/saxophone.
For those outside the listening area this broadcast will be streamed live on www.KDRT.org.
“Cowboys and Poets.” This show is named after one of the songs we’ll be playing but there will be cowboy songs and poems galore. Hear new works from Mike Blakely, Gary Allegretto and Doris Daley.
Coming up tonight on Jazz After Dark: jazz bands and orchestras, and virtuoso piano. Ella Fitzgerald & Duke Ellington, Gerry Mulligan, Maynard Ferguson, Roy Haynes, Don Ellis Orchestra, Jerry Fielding, Claude Bolling, Benny Carter All-Star Sax Ensemble, Wynton Marsalis, Marian McPartland with George Shearing, Jim Galloway's Wee Big Band, Triosence, Cassandra Wilson.
This episode is about “Towns that Made the West.” What towns do you think of when you think about the west? Tombstone? Denver? Fort Worth? Today, you’ll hear songs about important places that helped define the west.
Boogie woogie, blues, and mainstream jazz from musicians old and new tonight on Jazz After Dark! Bolyki Brothers, Pete Johnson, Coleman Hawkins, Benny Carter, Lionel Hampton, Art Tatum, Kai Winding & J.J. Johnson, Ella Fitzgerald, Clark Terry & Paul Gonsalves, Pepper Adams Quintet with Thad Jones, Eriko Ishihara, Jimmy Rosenberg, Bria Skonberg, Harold Mabern Trio.
8 pm Tuesday.
Replays Monday 11pm, Tuesday 12 midnight, and Wednesday 10-11pm.
Oakley Pastoor Price is a teen in Portland. She is an avid live music fan and even though she is a young teen, she has more concerts under her belt then most.
So you say - what is the up and coming generation listening to. Tune in this Friday and check it out.
For those outside the listening area, this show will be streamed live on KDRT
“Cowboy Breakfast.” Friday’s episode of Cowboy Tracks is full of songs and spoken word creating a portrait of food in the old and new west. You’re “purt near” guaranteed to come away with a powerful hankering for strong coffee and biscuits with gravy!
Latin jazz, Bossa Nova, some soul jazz, vocals and more tonight on Jazz After Dark!
Featuring: Vivian Lee, Joe Holiday, Ronnell Bright Trio, Chuck Wayne Trio, Vladimir Vassilieff, Kenny Burrell Octet, Tony Bennett, Lee Konitz & the Brazilian Band, Chico O'Farrill, Victor Biglione, Wynton Marsalis, Carlos Cano Escribá & Hernán Milla, Harold López-Nussa.
8 pm on KDRT-LP, 95.7 FM in Davis, CA. Replays Monday 11pm, Tuesday 12 midnight, and Wednesday 10-11pm.