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Jazz After Dark, June 28, 2022

Tonight on Jazz After Dark:

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet, Louis Armstrong & Billie Holiday, and Dizzy Gillespie with the Stan Getz Sextet. More from Ella Fitzgerald, then Oscar Peterson, Richard Twardzik and Russ Freeman. Herbie Mann with Beeny Weeks, Keith Hodgson, and Lee Rockey. Paul Desmond, Cannonball Adderley, Sonny Stitt, Charlie Rouse, and Milcho Leviev.

Jazz After Dark, May 31, 2022

Tonight on Jazz After Dark:

From the 1940s, we’ll hear Earl "Fatha" Hines and Johnny Hodges, The Nat King Cole Trio, Ike Quebec Quintet, Peggy Lee, and Charlie Parker and His Quintet.

From the 1960s we’ll hear Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington, Charlie Byrd and Stan Getz, Pete Fountain, Oscar Peterson, Paul Desmond, Herbie Mann and Joao Gilberto with Antonio Carlos Jobim, Eddie Jefferson, and Ella Fitzgerald and the Jimmy Jones Trio with Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, and then we’ll take it out with Stanley Jordan.

Jazz After Dark, May 24, 2022

From the 1930s and '40s, we’ll hear Lester Young & The Kansas City Six, Louis Armstrong, The RCA All-Stars: Tommy Dorsey, Bunny Berigan, Fats Waller, Dick McDonough, and "Georgia" Wettling. Then Doris Day, Red Garland, and Dinah Washington, followed by a bossa nova set with Nara Leão, Charlie Rouse, and Ella Fitzgerald. From the 1970s, we’ll hear Gerry Mulligan and Earl Hines, and then take it out with Waverly Seven.

Jazz After Dark, May 10, 2022

Tonight on Jazz After Dark: Anita O Day with Roy Eldridge and Gene Krupa, and then with Stan Kenton. We’ll hear Joe Holiday, Peggy Lee , Nat "King" Cole and His Trio, Milt Jackson & Ray Charles, Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers, Ella Fitzgerald & Paul Weston and His Orchestra, Charles Mingus, Buddy DeFranco Quartet, Earl "Fatha" Hines, Eddie Harris, and Shirley Horn.

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