Podcast appearances and mentions of Cyrus Chestnut

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Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – January 23, 2023

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 201:31


Buzz Aldrin ties the knot... again, Lisa Marie Presley's funeral, Beyonce in Dubai, Olivia Dunne's influencing issues, Adam Sandler films, Eli Zaret joins us post NFL Playoff Weekend, Drew Crime, Hilarious Baldwin's accent is back, and Damar Hamlin conspiracy theories. Buffalo Bill Damar Hamlin was in the building this weekend to distract his team from their playoff game vs. the Cincinnati Bengals. We See It Eli's Way on the NFL playoffs, Damar Hamlin conspiracy theories, Patrick Mahomes injuries, crap all over Urban Meyer, the return of Ben Johnson to the Detroit Lions, Matt Weiss BLOWN OUT by Michigan, Jaden Rashada's NIL value and more. Drew watched "That's My Boy" and wants to know why it's not more popular. (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman is under attack from triggered transgender people. The Taliban hate women so much that they even make the mannequins wear masks. Beyoncé got PAID for playing in Dubai, but she is getting backlash from her LGBTQ fans thus igniting the Bey Army. Alec Baldwin thinks his son wants to nail his wife. Hilarious Baldwin's Spanish accent returns over the weekend. Theranos' Elizabeth Holmes tried to bail to Mexico. Lock her up! No more planes for Olympic sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson. She battles American Airlines. Law Enforcement: The Democratic House whip's daughter is not a fan of the police. Some tree-huggers got into it with police in Atlanta which led to a pretty fiery night. Music: Some people are saying David Crosby died of COVID-19. Dhani Harrison is a nepo-baby. Lisa Marie Presley's funeral was full of celebrities. Axl Rose sang November Rain. Hat Douche got custody of the twins. Maude Apatow is a nepotism-baby too. Fergie, The Duchess of Pork, is selling crappy NFTs. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern up and quits on New Zealand. Buzz Aldrin marries a new hot piece on his 93rd birthday. Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams to get up a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee. TikTok: Baylen Dupree has Tourette's and puts it to use on TikTok. This TikTok chick here doesn't want to work. Drew Crime: Drew explains crimes of Sean Turkot and Alex Smoot and other tales from Signs Of A Psychopath on ID. 20/20 covered the story of numb-nuts, Thomas Clayton. Brian Walshe remains the worst murderer of all-time. Prince Harry craps all over Graceland and its Jungle Room. Joe Biden asks why police have to shoot to kill. Oh, and more documents have been found in Biden's house. MSU is still dealing the 'Dancing Professor' from the Gatsby Gala. Jacob Edwards arrested in Illinois. Dumbass. Dr. Disgusto strikes again. Known boner-maker and part time LSU gymnast, Olivia Dunne, sits down with Stephanie Gosk and The Today Show. Breaking News: Damar Hamlin has visited his own mural! Paulina Porizkova is whining again. Cyrus Chestnut makes it back to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra following a super racist event. The Michigan Panthers will play at Ford Field. Visit Our Presenting Sponsor Hall Financial – Michigan's highest rated mortgage company Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

Jazz After Dark
Jazz After Dark, Dec. 20, 2022

Jazz After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 58:00


On this episode: winter and seasonal music from Dave Brubeck, Kenny Burrell, Art Pepper, Al Di Meola, The Brubeck Brothers Quartet, The Taylor Eigsti Trio, Johnny Varro, Vince Guaraldi Trio, Red Garland Trio, Cyrus Chestnut, and Dave Brubeck again.

Jazz After Dark
Jazz After Dark December 20 2022

Jazz After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 58:00


On this episode: winter and seasonal music from Dave Brubeck, Kenny Burrell, Art Pepper, Al Di Meola, The Brubeck Brothers Quartet, The Taylor Eigsti Trio, Johnny Varro, Vince Guaraldi Trio, Red Garland Trio, Cyrus Chestnut, and Dave Brubeck again.

[MUSIC AND WINE Radio]
Episode 131: Jazz Underground. Elian - December 2022

[MUSIC AND WINE Radio]

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 161:24


It's another installment of Jazz Underground, just in time for the holidays!  Here, you'll find an extended set of downtempo, modern jazz to fill your soul with positive vibes.  Merry Christmas and a music-filled New Year to one and all!  Elian and Ines

Global with Courtney Pine - Discovering Nu Jazz and Beyond
Episode 22: Nu Jazz & beyond from USA-West Coast-Brazil-NYC-Deep South-Israel-Pennysylvania : a non-stop-music podcast from Courtney Pine CBE.

Global with Courtney Pine - Discovering Nu Jazz and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 46:13


Courtney's playing refreshingly cool new jazzy vibes for you to work, rest and play to!  Jam-packed full of new releases and plenty of fun, including many of the artists introducing their own tracks! On fire post-bop, superlative smooth grooves, joyous spirituals, Afro-cuban smooth, 70's style funk rock, Deep South soul funk + avant-garde, contemporary horn swing, Big Band swing, organ samba...these bands are tighter than tight folks! Celebrate the unity cos we are definitely all ONE!1 Billy Drummond - Little Melonae (Valse Sinistre) CELLAR Tr1Billy Drummond dr Dayna Stephens sx Micah Thomas pno Dezron Douglas bsMcleanBilly's tribute to legend Jackie McLean: "Jackie's what I would consider truly a jazz musician -his music was kind of a soundtrack to my early beginnings playing the drums. I've always been a Jackie McLean fan.” Huge energy to kick off Ep22!!2 Yellowjackets - Intrigue (Parallel Motion) MACK AVENUE Tr1Russell Ferrante pno Will Kennedy dr Bob Mintzer sx Dane Alderson bsMintzerJoyous Yellowjackets back with brand new grooves! “We rehearsed the tunes on the album maybe three times - I believe we're only now on this tour performing these songs live, so what you're hearing are about as fresh as they can be. Everything really came to life in the studio in those three days.” 3 Alexander Smalls - Hush (Let Us Break Bread Together) OUTSIDE IN Tr5Alexander Smalls vc, Cyrus Chestnut pno Reuben Rogers bs Ulysses Owen Jr drTradSunday Service!! Gorgeous gospel funk from Renowned Chef/opera singer & vocalist Alexander honoring the American Spiritual with an absolutely incredible band feat CPG friend sparklin Cyrus C!4 Rique Pantoja - Da Baiana (Live in Los Angeles) MOONDO Tr4Steve Tavaglione sx fl Jimmy Earl bs Joel Taylor dr Ricardo Silveira gtr Cassio Duarte perc Rique Pantoja keysPantojaRio's RIQUE PANTOJA has performed and recorded with some of the biggest names in American and Brazilian jazz for over 40 years.The song “Da Baiana” is based on the ijexa, an Afro-Cuban rhythm. Pantoja says “I play a nice solo on this tune, but I really like the solos by Ricardo Silveira and Steve Tavaglione.”5 Craig Waters & The Flood - A Love Like You (Love & Squalor Vol1) ROPEADOPE Craig Waters gtr Leland Rooney Michael Tebrinke Emma Morcroft Rhythm Section: Josh Reynolds Lance Lucas Darius Mines Horns: Trevor Caddell Jovan Quallo Claude Calliet Casey Brefka Scotty HuffA declaration of Stevie Wondered love from this fab funk outfit stormin out of ROPEADOPE's endless talent studio!6 Brandon Seabrook Trio - In The Swarm (In The Swarm) ASTRAL SPIRITS Tr5Brandon Seabrook gtr/bj Gerald Cleaver dr/elec Cooper-Moore Diddley Bow That's woken you up! New worlds of sound from Brandon's banjo: Deep South avant-garde with a groove!7 John Yao Triceratops - Crosstalk (Off-kilter) TAO RECORDINGS Tr5John Yao tb Billy Drewes Jon Irabagon sx Robert Sabin bs Mark Ferber drYaoCrosstalk bursts into a swaggering funk out of some otherworldly car chase. “I love this band's ability to go wherever everyone collectively or individually feels like they want to go,”8 Eyal Vilner Big Band - Just A Lucky So & So (The Jam) SELF-RELEASE Tr1Eyal Vilner sx fl Imani Rousselle vc feat John Lake tpt Ron Wilkins tbEllington arr CamposFresh as hell big band Ellington swing with Eyal and crew with great blues-style vocals!!9 Bill Heid - Samba Cat 6'16Dealin' Wid It SAVANT Tr7Bill Heid org Perry Hughes gtr Randy Gelispie dr Kevin “Bujo” Jones percHeidThe lovely Bill H on Mozart's King of Instruments samba style with a band of greats!

Global with Courtney Pine - Discovering Nu Jazz and Beyond
Nu Jazz & beyond from USA, West Coast, Brazil, NYC, Deep South, Israel & Pennysylvania : a non-stop-music podcast from Courtney Pine CBE.

Global with Courtney Pine - Discovering Nu Jazz and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 46:13


Courtney's playing refreshingly cool new jazzy vibes for you to work, rest and play to! Jam-packed full of new releases and plenty of fun, including many of the artists introducing their own tracks! On fire post-bop, superlative smooth grooves, joyous spirituals, Afro-cuban smooth, 70's style funk rock, Deep South soul funk + avant-garde, contemporary horn swing, Big Band swing, organ samba...these bands are tighter than tight folks! Celebrate the unity cos we are definitely all ONE!1 Billy Drummond - Little Melonae (Valse Sinistre) CELLAR Tr1Billy Drummond dr Dayna Stephens sx Micah Thomas pno Dezron Douglas bsMcleanBilly's tribute to legend Jackie McLean: "Jackie's what I would consider truly a jazz musician -his music was kind of a soundtrack to my early beginnings playing the drums. I've always been a Jackie McLean fan.” Huge energy to kick off Ep22!!2 Yellowjackets - Intrigue (Parallel Motion) MACK AVENUE Tr1Russell Ferrante pno Will Kennedy dr Bob Mintzer sx Dane Alderson bsMintzerJoyous Yellowjackets back with brand new grooves! “We rehearsed the tunes on the album maybe three times - I believe we're only now on this tour performing these songs live, so what you're hearing are about as fresh as they can be. Everything really came to life in the studio in those three days.” 3 Alexander Smalls - Hush (Let Us Break Bread Together) OUTSIDE IN Tr5Alexander Smalls vc, Cyrus Chestnut pno Reuben Rogers bs Ulysses Owen Jr drTradSunday Service!! Gorgeous gospel funk from Renowned Chef/opera singer & vocalist Alexander honoring the American Spiritual with an absolutely incredible band feat CPG friend sparklin Cyrus C!4 Rique Pantoja - Da Baiana (Live in Los Angeles) MOONDO Tr4Steve Tavaglione sx fl Jimmy Earl bs Joel Taylor dr Ricardo Silveira gtr Cassio Duarte perc Rique Pantoja keysPantojaRio's RIQUE PANTOJA has performed and recorded with some of the biggest names in American and Brazilian jazz for over 40 years.The song “Da Baiana” is based on the ijexa, an Afro-Cuban rhythm. Pantoja says “I play a nice solo on this tune, but I really like the solos by Ricardo Silveira and Steve Tavaglione.”5 Craig Waters & The Flood - A Love Like You (Love & Squalor Vol1) ROPEADOPE Craig Waters gtr Leland Rooney Michael Tebrinke Emma Morcroft Rhythm Section: Josh Reynolds Lance Lucas Darius Mines Horns: Trevor Caddell Jovan Quallo Claude Calliet Casey Brefka Scotty HuffA declaration of Stevie Wondered love from this fab funk outfit stormin out of ROPEADOPE's endless talent studio!6 Brandon Seabrook Trio - In The Swarm (In The Swarm) ASTRAL SPIRITS Tr5Brandon Seabrook gtr/bj Gerald Cleaver dr/elec Cooper-Moore Diddley Bow That's woken you up! New worlds of sound from Brandon's banjo: Deep South avant-garde with a groove!7 John Yao Triceratops - Crosstalk (Off-kilter) TAO RECORDINGS Tr5John Yao tb Billy Drewes Jon Irabagon sx Robert Sabin bs Mark Ferber drYaoCrosstalk bursts into a swaggering funk out of some otherworldly car chase. “I love this band's ability to go wherever everyone collectively or individually feels like they want to go,”8 Eyal Vilner Big Band - Just A Lucky So & So (The Jam) SELF-RELEASE Tr1Eyal Vilner sx fl Imani Rousselle vc feat John Lake tpt Ron Wilkins tbEllington arr CamposFresh as hell big band Ellington swing with Eyal and crew with great blues-style vocals!!9 Bill Heid - Samba Cat 6'16Dealin' Wid It SAVANT Tr7Bill Heid org Perry Hughes gtr Randy Gelispie dr Kevin “Bujo” Jones percHeidThe lovely Bill H on Mozart's King of Instruments samba style with a band of greats!

Global with Courtney Pine - Discovering Nu Jazz and Beyond
Episode 21: Nu Jazz & beyond from Colombia, USA, New Orleans, Albania-Brazil-Cuba, Japan-New Zealand, UK: a non-stop-music podcast from Courtney Pine CBE.

Global with Courtney Pine - Discovering Nu Jazz and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 46:15


Courtney's playing refreshingly cool new jazzy vibes for you to work, rest and play to!  Jam-packed full of new releases and plenty of fun, including many of the artists introducing their own tracks! This wk smooth latin jazz, classic bop, New Orleans jazz poetry, samba-salsa beats, Pharaoh Sanders spiritual vocal tribute, jazz lounge, esoteric sonic experiments, guitar fusion... we're feeling soulful this wk folks celebrating Elders past & present... immerse in our remembrance. 1 Juan Carlos Quintero - Table For FiveTable For Five MOONDO MUSIC Tr5Juan Carlos Quintero gtr Joe Rotondi pno Eddie Resto bs Aaron Serfaty Joey DeLeon percQuinteroSmooth Cumbia folk rhythms from Colombia from latin maestro Juan Carlos & friends.2 Kenny Shanker – HunterVortex WISE CAT Tr4Kenny Shanker sx DaisukeAbe gtr MikeEckroth pno Yoshi Waki bs Brian Fishler dr ShankerBop lovers listen up!! Vibrant Charlie Parker infused bop magic from Kenny Shanker!         3 Tank & the Bangas (+ Alex Isley & Masego) - Black FolkRed Balloon VERVE Tr9Tarriona Ball, Masego. Alex Isley, Joshua Johnson, Albert Allenback, Norman Spence vcls Itai Shapira bs Norman Spence Keys Joshua Johnson dr Albert Allenback Fl, keys Georgia Muldrow drNew Orleans deep poetry to sweeten and enlighten your day from Tank & crew4 DO'A - Flor de LisHigher Grounds OUTSIDE IN Tr1DO'A vc, Harold Lopez-Nussa pno, vc Mayquel Gonzalez tpt Julio Cesar Gonzalez bs Ruy Adrian Lopez-Nussa percDjavanDjavan's gorgeous samba Lily Flower taken for a salsa whirl by DO'A!. 5 Mark de Clive-Lowe & Friends - Love is Everywhere (feat Dwight Trible) Freedom – Celebrating the Music of Pharoah Sanders SOUL BANK Tr9Mark de Clive-Lowe keys Dwight Trible vc Teodross Avery sx Corbin Jones bs/sza Tommaso Cappellato dr Carlos Nino percSandersSpiritual jazz vocalist Dwight joins Mark on this moving tribute to the late great High Priest Pharaoh Sanders  6 Matt Bianco - Joy RideThe Essential Matt Bianco MATT ENT/Membran Tr4Mark Reilly vc Dave O'Higgins sx Martin Shaw tpt Sebastiaan De Krom dr Geoff Gascoyne bs Graham Harvey keys Elizabeth Troy vc Judith O'Higgins/Magnus Lindgren sx fl clReilly/LindgrenRetro-happiness all round with the return of jazz-poppers Matt Bianco on their 40th birthday feat delicious keys from Graham Harvey!7 Bobby Watson – Mind Wine Back Home in Kansas City SMOKE Tr6Bobby Watson sx, Curtis Lundy bs Victor Jones dr  Cyrus Chestnut pno Jeremy Pelt tptHicks“John Hicks was a mighty huge influence on me, Curtis and Victor. When he passed away, that was one of the saddest moments in our lives. He was extremely near and dear to us.” (Bobby W) 8 Jhelisa – OxygenOxygen DORADO – Tr1Marcus Reece Jr pno Greg Osby sx Landon Anderson dr Donna Hawkins bs Oteil Burbridge bs Rafael Pierra percAndersonRaw, dark, spiritually resonant & nostalgic soundscapes from music maverick Jhelisa collective.9 Christian McBride – BrouhahaQ Sessions MACK AVENUE Tr3Christian McBride bs Mike Stern gtr Marcus Strickland tnr Eric Harland drMcBrideChristian's bass on a funky electric tip feat some superb fusion guitar soloing from Mike Stern

Global with Courtney Pine - Discovering Nu Jazz and Beyond
Nu Jazz & beyond from Colombia, USA, New Orleans, Albania-Brazil-Cuba, Japan-New Zealand, UK: a non-stop-music podcast from Courtney Pine CBE.

Global with Courtney Pine - Discovering Nu Jazz and Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 46:15


Courtney's playing refreshingly cool new jazzy vibes for you to work, rest and play to! Jam-packed full of new releases and plenty of fun, including many of the artists introducing their own tracks! This wk smooth latin jazz, classic bop, New Orleans jazz poetry, samba-salsa beats, Pharaoh Sanders spiritual vocal tribute, jazz lounge, esoteric sonic experiments, guitar fusion... we're feeling soulful this wk folks celebrating Elders past & present... immerse in our remembrance. 1 Juan Carlos Quintero - Table For FiveTable For Five MOONDO MUSIC Tr5Juan Carlos Quintero gtr Joe Rotondi pno Eddie Resto bs Aaron Serfaty Joey DeLeon percQuinteroSmooth Cumbia folk rhythms from Colombia from latin maestro Juan Carlos & friends.2 Kenny Shanker – HunterVortex WISE CAT Tr4Kenny Shanker sx DaisukeAbe gtr MikeEckroth pno Yoshi Waki bs Brian Fishler dr ShankerBop lovers listen up!! Vibrant Charlie Parker infused bop magic from Kenny Shanker! 3 Tank & the Bangas (+ Alex Isley & Masego) - Black FolkRed Balloon VERVE Tr9Tarriona Ball, Masego. Alex Isley, Joshua Johnson, Albert Allenback, Norman Spence vcls Itai Shapira bs Norman Spence Keys Joshua Johnson dr Albert Allenback Fl, keys Georgia Muldrow drNew Orleans deep poetry to sweeten and enlighten your day from Tank & crew4 DO'A - Flor de LisHigher Grounds OUTSIDE IN Tr1DO'A vc, Harold Lopez-Nussa pno, vc Mayquel Gonzalez tpt Julio Cesar Gonzalez bs Ruy Adrian Lopez-Nussa percDjavanDjavan's gorgeous samba Lily Flower taken for a salsa whirl by DO'A!. 5 Mark de Clive-Lowe & Friends - Love is Everywhere (feat Dwight Trible) Freedom – Celebrating the Music of Pharoah Sanders SOUL BANK Tr9Mark de Clive-Lowe keys Dwight Trible vc Teodross Avery sx Corbin Jones bs/sza Tommaso Cappellato dr Carlos Nino percSandersSpiritual jazz vocalist Dwight joins Mark on this moving tribute to the late great High Priest Pharaoh Sanders 6 Matt Bianco - Joy RideThe Essential Matt Bianco MATT ENT/Membran Tr4Mark Reilly vc Dave O'Higgins sx Martin Shaw tpt Sebastiaan De Krom dr Geoff Gascoyne bs Graham Harvey keys Elizabeth Troy vc Judith O'Higgins/Magnus Lindgren sx fl clReilly/LindgrenRetro-happiness all round with the return of jazz-poppers Matt Bianco on their 40th birthday feat delicious keys from Graham Harvey!7 Bobby Watson – Mind Wine Back Home in Kansas City SMOKE Tr6Bobby Watson sx, Curtis Lundy bs Victor Jones dr Cyrus Chestnut pno Jeremy Pelt tptHicks“John Hicks was a mighty huge influence on me, Curtis and Victor. When he passed away, that was one of the saddest moments in our lives. He was extremely near and dear to us.” (Bobby W) 8 Jhelisa – OxygenOxygen DORADO – Tr1Marcus Reece Jr pno Greg Osby sx Landon Anderson dr Donna Hawkins bs Oteil Burbridge bs Rafael Pierra percAndersonRaw, dark, spiritually resonant & nostalgic soundscapes from music maverick Jhelisa collective.9 Christian McBride – BrouhahaQ Sessions MACK AVENUE...

Different Head
Volume 226 feat. Grant Ertl

Different Head

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 109:07


• Choir Boy • Cola • Public Practice • Ganser • Products • Portugal. The Man feat. "Weird Al" Yankovic • Soccer Mommy • Snail Mail • Lawn • Living Hour • James Carter & Cyrus Chestnut & Ali Jackson & Reginald Veal • Boris • Flat Worms • The Garden • Quarterback Club • Orville Peck • Dark Dark Dark • Sebadoh • Jung Yeller • No Age

Jazz0mania #Jazz
JazzOmania #72 Stephane_Kochoyan #Jazz

Jazz0mania #Jazz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 59:57


Photo Samara Joy  JazzOmania #72 par Stéphane Kochoyan  Les nouveautés #jazz de la semaine Le pianiste Monty Alexander publie « The Love Notes »  avec Georges Benson, Joe Sample, Roy Hargrove, Arturo Sandovalet le regretté Ramsey Lewis… Pour la première fois Monty chante et créé une ambiance originale de reggae, jazz crooner…  Monty Alexander en concert Samedi 08 Octobre à 20h30 - Garons, Nîmes Métropole Jazz Festival nmjf.fr Dimanche 09 Octobre, à 17h00. Halle Aux Grains De Toulouse , Toulouse (31). Dans le cadre du festival JAZZ SUR SON 31 (https://jazz31.festik.net/) Samara Joy (notre photo)  est l'étoile montante du jazz vocal , elle publie son nouvel album « Linger a While » . Bien qu'elle n'ait que 23 ans, Samara s'est déjà produite dans de nombreuses grandes salles de jazz de New York, elle a déjà travaillé avec des grands noms du jazz comme Christian McBride, Pasquale Grasso, Jon Faddis, Kirk Lightsey, Cyrus Chestnut et le Dr Barry Harris… Samara Joy en concert :  14/10 Jazz sur son 31 - Toulouse - Billetterie https://jazz31.festik.net/samara-joy/1 15/10 Nancy Jazz Pulsations - Billetterie https://web.digitick.com/samara-joy-valerie-graschaire... 17/10 Opéra National de Bordeaux - Billetterie https://opera-bordeaux.notre-billetterie.com/billets... 18/10 Théâtre du Cormier - Cormières-en-Parisis - Billetterie sur : https://www.ville-cormeilles95.fr/node/6331  20/10 Jazz en Tête International Jazz Festival - Clermont Ferrand - Billetterie sur : https://jazzentete.fnacspectacles.com/.../jazz-samara-joy... 21/10 Nimes Métropole Jazz Festival - Billetterie sur : https://nmjf.fr/artistes-1/samara-joy.html 25/10 New Morning (Officiel) - Paris - Billetterie sur : https://www.newmorning.com/20221025-5563-samara-joy.html Summer of Soul, réalisé par Questlove :  avec Stevie Wonder, BB King, Nina Simone, Ray Barretto, Sly and the Family Stone... Oscar 2022 du Meilleur film documentaire. Grammy Awards Meilleure musique de film 2022 Mardi 27 Septembre 20h30 Summer of Soul - Projection Unique - Nîmes  Pendant six semaines au cours de l'été 1969, près de Woodstock, le Harlem Cultural Festival a été filmé dans le Mount Morris Park (aujourd'hui Marcus Garvey Park). Ces images, réalisées par Questlove, le batteur du groupe "The Roots" ont été largement oubliées jusqu'à aujourd'hui et ce film n'est jamais sorti en salle. Projection Unique dans le cadre #Off du Nîmes Métropole Jazz Festival avec Jazz70... Réservez vos places ici : https://www.cinema-semaphore.fr/reserver/F368318/ C'est parti pour le Nîmes Métropole Jazz Festival du 22 septembre au 22 Octobre 2022, Réservations, renseignements, nmjf.fr (Nb toute la playlist du festival dans le JazzOmania #71 #NMJF) La #playlist de Stéphane Kochoyan JazzOmania #72 :  01 - Monty Alexander feat Georges Benson, Joe Sample, Ramsey Lewis - These Love Notes 02 - Samara Joy - Can't Get Out of This Mood 03 - Natalia M. King - Forget Yourself 04 - Nina Simone - Backlash Blues (Summer of Soul Soundtrack - Live at the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival) 05 - Camille Bertault & David Helbock - Frevo 06 - Laurent Coulondre - Agua Bon 07 - Gonzalo Rubalcaba  & Aymée Nuviola - Bemba Colora (Live Marciac) 08 - Rémi Panossian Trio - Wisteria Forever 09 - Herve Samb & the Teranga Band - GÎm Sa Bop 10 - Antonio Lizana - Oriente 11 - François Poitou feat Pumpkin - Hydroalcoolisme 12 - Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra - Take the A Train 13 - Paris Combo feat Belle du Berry - Paresser par ici 14 - Al Foster Quintet - Pent-Up House 15 - Nick Bärtsch  Mobile - Modul 29_14 Photo Monty Alexander #TousLesJazz #Jazz #Jazz70

PuroJazz
Puro Jazz 12 septiembre

PuroJazz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 59:16


EASTERN REBELLION “MOSAIC” – New York, December 14 & 16, 1990 Sunflower, John’s blues Ralph Moore (ts) Cedar Walton (p) David Williams (b) Billy Higgins (d)             CYRUS CHESTNUT “MY FATHER’S HANDS” – New York, December 14, 2021 Nippon soul connection, Yesterday, Thinking about you Cyrus Chestnut (p) Peter Washington […]

Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino
South Carolina-based Veteran Trumpeter Charlton Singleton

Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022


Welcome to a new edition of the Neon Jazz interview series with South Carolina-based Veteran Trumpeter Charlton Singleton .. We caught up with him about his new 2022 CD Crossroads and a very rich road in jazz .. A native of Awendaw, SC, he began his musical studies at the age of three on the piano. As a performer, Charlton leads his own ensembles that vary in size and style. He has performed all over the world and in many great cities throughout the United States. In addition to performing, he is in demand as a speaker, clinician, composer, and arranger. He has also shared the stage with and/or worked with some of most talented entertainers in the world, including Bobby McFerrin, Jimmy Heath, Slide Hampton, Houston Person, Darius Rucker, Fred Wesley, and Cyrus Chestnut to name a few. Enjoy this interview .. Click here to listen.Thanks for listening and tuning into yet another Neon Jazz interview .. where we give you a bit of insight into the finest players and minds around the world giving fans all that jazz ..  If you want to hear more interviews, go to Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino on the iTunes store, visit the YouTube Neon Jazz  Channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/neonjazzkc, go The Home of Neon Jazz at  http://theneonjazz.blogspot.com/ and for everything Joe Dimino related go to www.joedimino.com When you are there, you can donate to the Neon Jazz cause via PayPal https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=ERA4C4TTVKLR4 or through Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/neonjazzkc - Until next time .. enjoy the music my friends ..

JAZZ UNLIMITED
Jazz Unlimited with Paul Anthony-Classical Jazz

JAZZ UNLIMITED

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 58:59


Music of : Dave Hazeltine, Lars Daniellson, Gerry Mulligan Sextet, Yusef Lateef, Cyrus Chestnut, Don Sebesky, Art Tatum, Chick Corea and Dave Liebman

Adult Music
”Heavy Hitters”

Adult Music

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 135:30


In this episode, we discuss recordings of “Paul Wranitzky: Symphonies” by The Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin / Bernhard Forck, “Einojuhani Rautavaara: Lost Landscapes” by Simone Lamsma & The Malmö Symphony Orchestra / Robert Trevino, “Mozart & Birchall: Clarinet Concertos” by Michael Collins, The Philharmonia Orchestra, Wigmore Soloists & Robin O'Neill, “Trios: Chapel” by Charles Lloyd, “My Father's Hands” by Cyrus Chestnut, and “Oak Tree” by Tom Harrell.   The Adult Music Podcast is featured in: Feedspot's Best 60 Jazz Podcasts   Episode 73 Deezer Playlist   “Paul Wranitzky: Symphonies” (Deutsche Harmonia Mundi) Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin / Bernhard Forck https://open.spotify.com/artist/1R1hwKrqqLqYiD53NtXEBJ/discography/album?pageUri=spotify:album:5rBtcOg7G3zwG7EKIUQC75 https://music.apple.com/us/album/paul-wranitzky-symphonies/1612818411   “Einojuhani Rautavaara: Lost Landscapes” (Ondine) Works For Violin and Orchestra Simone Lamsma (violin), Malmö Symphony Orchestra, Robert Trevino https://open.spotify.com/artist/33lOYsbRwHN4yiX8F8Bqbo/discography/all?pageUri=spotify:album:2DKRz5CmzeXpLre1RwgzMQ https://music.apple.com/us/album/rautavaara-works-for-violin-orchestra/1613577994   “Mozart & Birchall: Clarinet Concertos” (BIS) Michael Collins (basset clarinet) Philharmonia Orchestra, Wigmore Soloists, Robin O'Neill https://open.spotify.com/album/7qgrY2g4o5gam7i9lZHQSd https://music.apple.com/us/album/mozart-birchall-clarinet-concertos/1613577181   “Trios: Chapel” (Blue Note) Charles Lloyd https://open.spotify.com/artist/0GC1oqEWpiAjfE7jm5LQO5/discography/all?pageUri=spotify:album:32MrVAtvTckqDaxfomNQ5T https://music.apple.com/us/album/trios-chapel-live-feat-bill-frisell-thomas-morgan/1623224880   “My Father's Hands” (Highnote) Cyrus Chestnut https://open.spotify.com/artist/319U6LVt3j3iT9oAEzrpRO/discography/all?pageUri=spotify:album:7kiKrduG08XVXYeVIB7n5g https://music.apple.com/us/album/my-fathers-hands/1626147227   “Oak Tree” (Highnote) Tom Harrell https://open.spotify.com/artist/3YO63Be7QxrxqBQtgKc4Oc/discography/all?pageUri=spotify:album:5Cu82tv24KrXK43kyjH2dr https://music.apple.com/us/album/oak-tree/1625809415

Jazzmeeting
July 13 2022 – I

Jazzmeeting

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022


Jimmy Mngwandi – Kaapse Dance – 7:29 Mindi Abair – Forever – 5:16 Roy Hargrove – You Go To My Head – 6:06 Kandace Springs; Avishai Cohen – I Can’t Make You Love Me – 4:35 Cyrus Chestnut; Anita Baker – Summertime (feat. Anita Baker) – 4:27 David Benoit – Feel It Still – 5:03 […]

SoulandJazz.com | Stereo, not stereotypical ®
The Creative Source (#CreativeSource) – 7th July 2022

SoulandJazz.com | Stereo, not stereotypical ®

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 123:30


This content is for Members only. Come and join us by subscribing here In the meantime, here's some more details about the show: It's a warm welcome then to the man himself: Dr. Brad Stone - the JazzWeek Programmer of the Year 2017, who's here every Thursday to present The Creative Source - a two hour show, highlighting jazz-fusion and progressive jazz flavours from back then, the here and now, plus occasional forays into the future. Please feel free to get in touch with Brad with any comments or suggestions you might have; he'll be more than happy to hear from you: brad@soulandjazz.com or follow him via Facebook or Twitter. Enjoy! The Creative Source 7th July 2022 Artist - Track - Album - Year City of Four    Sand and Snow    Where Were We?    2022 Times 4    Let It Be Known    Frame of Mind    2022 Theo Croker    Cosmic Intercourse (part II), f. Chris Dave    Love Quantum    2022 J3    Vibe Cleanse    Opus 1    2022 Jean Carne, Adrian Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad    Visions    Jazz is Dead 12    2022 J3    Eldos    Opus 1    2022 E.J. Strickland    Language of the Unheard    Black Lives: From Generation to Generation    2022 Cyrus Chestnut    Nippon Soul Connection    My Father's Hands    2022 The Michael Carvin Experience    Up Jumped Spring    Art of the Trio    2022 Christian Jacob    August in New York    New Jazz Standards Vol. 5: The Music of Carl Saunders    2022 Michael Carabello    Thoughts, f. Carlos Santana    Primitive Medicine Vol. 2    2022 David Becker/Chris Bowman/Jim Donica    Waltz Into Uncertainty    Continuum    2022 John Stein    Elvin! (originall from "Raising the Roof", 2009)    Lifeline    2022 Charles Lloyd Trios    Ay Amor    Chapel    2022 Roberto Occhipinti    Steveland    The Next Step    2022 Todd Marcus Jazz Orchestra    Final Days    In the Valley    2022 Katherine Windfeld Big Band    The Lifting    Orca    2020 Wadada Leo Smith & Jack DeJohnette    Paradise: The Gardens and Fountains. Part 1: The River of Abundance    The Emerald Duets    2022 The post The Creative Source (#CreativeSource) – 7th July 2022 appeared first on SoulandJazz.com | Stereo, not stereotypical ®.

JAZZ LO SE
Jazz Lo Sé Standards 95

JAZZ LO SE

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 17:52


Nardis es un standard del jazz moderno compuesto por Miles Davis. Escuchemos al autor, varias versiones de Bill Evans, a Cannonball Adderley, George Russell, Joe Henderson, Ralph Towner, Cyrus Chestnut y otros. Erratum: en el primer ejemplo, en virtud de un lapsus, se dice que el pianista es Wynton Kelly, cuando debe decir Bil Evans.

Upright Citizens
Piano Trio Gems, Pt. 2 (Reuben's Cuts!)

Upright Citizens

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 21:20


Reuben's 3 piano trio cuts: Cyrus Chestnut's "Little Ditty", Alan Pasqua's "Highway 14", and Sebastian Sternal's "Go"

DJ Bennie James Podcast

(Show #138) 1hr of Christmas music I have never played before. Artists include: Toni Braxton, Anita Baker, John Legend, Luther Vandross, Earth Wind & Fire, Brian Culbertson, Keith Sweat, Cyrus Chestnut, Stephanie Mills, John Edwards, Run DMC, Freddy King, Jimmy Jules, Chance The Rapper ft, Jeremih  Premium Feed - https://djbenniejames.supercast.comTips at cash app $djbenniejamesOr support at all levels at djbenniejames.com/podcastOne-time donations to https://djbenniejames.com/supportMerry Christmas & Happy New Year to you all. New YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGMNfCXRkk8 Licensed for digital streaming & play  ASCAP 400009874 & BMI - 61044939THANKS as always to all my Supporters, Sponsors and Music Pool MembersVery Special Thanks to : Life Destiny SOULutions & the Gardner FamilySupport the show (https://djbenniejames.com/podcast)

Jazz After Dark
Jazz After Dark December 21 2021

Jazz After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 57:55


Coming up tonight on Jazz After Dark! Seasonal sounds and more: Vince Guaraldi Trio, Dave Brubeck, Bola Sete, Ella Fitzgerald, Ellis Marsalis, Al Di Meola, Cyrus Chestnut, Dave Bass Trio, and Toms Mucenieks.

Jazz Today
Jazz Today - Episode September 23, 2021

Jazz Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021


Cyrille Aimee, Adonis Rose, NOJO, Theo Croker, Terence Blanchard, Palladium, Roxana Amed, Renee Rosnes, Vincent Herring, Johnathan Blake, Jaleel Shaw, Nate Smith, Michael Mayo, saje, Rachel Eckroth, Earl MacDonald, Miguel de Armas, David Lavoie & Carson TworowPlaylist: Cyrille Aimee, Adonis Rose, New Orleans Jazz Orchestra - DownTheo Croker - Hero Stomp A Future PastTerence Blanchard, featuring The E-Collective & Turtle Island Quartet - FallPalladium, featuring Nicole Glover, Sasha Berliner, Sean Mason, Russell Hall & Victor Lewis - House of JadeRoxana Amed - VirgoRenee Rosnes, featuring Chris Potter, Christian McBride, Carl Allen & Rogerio Boccato - Life Does Not WaitVincent Herring, featuring Cyrus Chestnut, Yasushi Nakamura & Johnathan Blake - HelloJohnathan Blake - Homeward Bound (For Ana Grace)Jaleel Shaw - LeeNate Smith , featuring Kokayi & Michael Mayo - Square WheelMichael Mayo - Bonessaje, featuring Gerald Clayton - Dusk BabyRachel Eckroth, featuring Tim Lefebvre & Christian Euman - Low Hanging FruitEarl MacDonald, featuring Karly Epp - Be Still, My SoulMiguel de Armas Quartet - Eva LunaDavid Lavoie & Carson Tworow - Bucharest

JAZZ LO SE
Jazz Lo Sé Episodio 84

JAZZ LO SE

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 34:56


Llegada la década del 90 y mas adelante, NY cataliza un desarrollo multi-estilista donde co-existen el "folklore imaginario" o "world music", el colectivo M-base, el sampling, la vuelta a las (y los) cantantes swing y los jóvenes leones. Estos últimos son lanzados por CBS para capitalizar el éxito de Marsalis. Nacidos en la década del 60, muchos de New Orleans, traen el neoclasicismo a su plenitud. Definimos la gran tradición vs la pequeña tradición. Terence Blanchard, Nicholas Payton , Leroy Jones y Roy Hargrove en trompeta. Cecil Mc Bride (bajo) y Cyrus Chestnut (pn). Stanley Crouch y Albert Murray son los teóricos del ala neoconservadora. Las "guerras". 

Jazz Today
Jazz Today - Episode July 29, 2021

Jazz Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021


The Bobby Cairns Legacy Band, Jessica Ackerley, Daniel Carter, Wendy Eisenberg & Stephen Gauci, Devin Gray, Amirtha Kidambi & Matteo Liberatore, Maria Grand, Mary Halvorson, Susan Alcorn, Zeena ParkinsPlaylist: Various Artists, featuring MacEwan Big Band - London to New YorkThe Bobby Cairns Legacy Band - Billie's BounceThe Bobby Cairns Legacy Band - I Got RhythmThe Bobby Cairns Legacy Band - Stolen MomentsJessica Ackerley - Untitled 3Jessica Ackerley & Daniel Carter - Welcome, Our FriendsWendy Eisenberg, Stephen Gauci - #10 Eisenberg / GauciDevin Gray, featuring Wendy Eisenberg & Jessica Pavone - Send HealingAmirtha Kidambi, Matteo Liberatore - ReposeMaria Grand, featuring Kanoa Mendenhall & Savannah Harris - Creation: The Joy of BeingMary Halvorson's Code Girl - Bigger FlamesSusan Alcorn - PedernalZeena Parkins, featuring Mette Rasmussen & Ryan Sawyer - Melts into SurfaceTroy Roberts and Tim Jago - Halfway House in C MajorVincent Herring, featuring Cyrus Chestnut, Yasushi Nakamura & Johnathan Blake - Minor SwingSteve Slagle, featuring Bruce Barth - A Friend in NeedAlchemy Sound Project - The Fountain

The Working Artist Project
Alvester Garnett: Lean In

The Working Artist Project

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 83:58


In this episode of The Working Artist Project, Jeanette Berry and Darrian Douglas talk to Master Percussionist Alvester Garnett. Mr Garnett has performed with Abbey Lincoln, Betty Carter, Regina Carter, Clark Terry, Pharoah Sanders, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Teddy Edwards, James Carter, Cyrus Chestnut, Charenee Wade, Lou Donaldson, Benny Golson, Al Grey, Rodney Jones, and Sherman Irby, among others. Join us as we explore his amazing career! Support this podcast

Carl Allen: Drummer, Educator, Musician, Drummer: a conversation with Carl Allen

"The Players" Webcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 84:27


We had a blast talking about all things drums and drumming! ENJOY and be sure to check out Carl's website at: http://www.carlallen.com With over 200 recordings to his credit, the gifted Milwaukee-born, New York-based drummer, sideman, bandleader, entrepreneur, and educator, Carl Allen's profound and propulsive percolations provided soulful and syncopated support for nearly three decades. Born on April 25, 1961, Allen grew up on gospel, R&B, and funk, but later turned to jazz after hearing an LP by the legendary saxophonist Benny Carter. He studied with drum instructor Roy Sneider and band director Robert Siemele. His first hometown gigs were with sax greats Sonny Stitt and James Moody. Allen studied at The University of Wisconsin at Green Bay from 1979 to 1981, and transferred to William Patterson College in New Jersey, where he graduated in 1983 with a Bachelor's Degree in Jazz Studies and Performance. Allen joined trumpeter Freddie Hubbard a year before his graduation, served as his Musical Director for eight years, and recorded several recordings with the trumpeter including Double Take and Life Flight. Allen also played with Michael Brecker, Randy Brecker, Benny Golson, Jennifer Holliday, J.J. Johnson, Rickie Lee Jones, Sammy Davis Jr., Branford Marsalis, Kenny Garrett, Lena Horne, Ruth Brown, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Bobby Hutcherson, Mike Stern, Nellie McKay, Terence Blanchard, Phil Woods, Benny Green, Cyrus Chestnut, Joe Henderson, Billy Childs and many others. Allen's phenomenal sideman discography also includes Jackie McLean (Dynasty), Donald Harrison (Indian Blues, Noveau Swing), Donald Byrd (A City Called Heaven), and Art Farmer (The Company I Keep). “Carl Allen is an international powerhouse. His sound and feeings have fuled the bands of Freddie Hubbard, Christian McBride and countless others as well leading his own projects. “ – Joe Lovano Piccadilly Square (Timeless) was Allen's first CD as leader, released in 1989, followed by The Dark Side of Dewey (Evidence), The Pursuer (Atlantic), Testimonial (Atlantic), and Get Ready, his 2007 Mack Avenue gospel/Motown accented debut release with co-leader, bassist Rodney Whitaker followed up by Work to Do (Mack Avenue Records) featuring Kirk Whalum. Education has always been part of my mission Allen says. Art Blakey taught me the importance of nurturing the next generation of musicians. “Every generation needs someone to help them get to the next level and this what I am hoping to do”. In May of 2012 Allen received an honorary doctorate from Snow College in Ephraim, Utah in Humane Letters. Allen is also an accomplished businessman. He co-founded Big Apple Productions in 1988 with saxophonist Vincent Herring, produced several recordings for several Japanese labels with future stars Roy Hargrove and Nicholas Payton. Several years ago he created Nella Productions which produces projects and developed an education component to the company called The New York Jazz Symposium where he runs workshops around the world on jazz. Allen has also produced recordings for pianist Eric Reed, Dewey Redman. Pharoah Sanders, Freddie Hubbard, Kris Bowers and guitarist Lage Lund, the winner of the 2005 Thelonious Monk International Monk Competition and many others totaling nearly 70 credits as a producer. Carl Allen's multifaceted career provides the perfect template for what a modern musician should be. As Sid Gribetz of Jazz Times wrote, “more than just another fine drummer, Carl Allen has it all together as a bandleader, businessman, and producer, becoming a force in today's jazz world.” Allen maintains an exhaustive schedule of recording, touring and teaching. He remains active as a sideman with Christian McBride and Inside Straight, Benny Golson and others. As a leader most recently leading The Carl Allen Quartet as well as The Art of Elvin, a tribute band dedicated to his two drum influences, Art Blakey and Elvin Jones was started after the passing of Elvin Jones in 2004.

Everything Imaginable
Lesley Mitchell-Clarke - Strange Tales from Past Lives...

Everything Imaginable

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 120:36


ABOUT... Lesley Mitchell-Clarke and LIGHTWORK HYPNOSIS Lesley Mitchell-Clarke is a consulting hypnotist, graduate of The Ontario Hypnosis Centre, member of The National Guild of Hypnotists with a special certification in Past Life Regression. Lesley and her hypnosis clinic, LIGHTWORK HYPNOSIS are also focused on the use of hypnosis for the positive improvement of all issues pertaining to artists of all disciplines (actors, dancers, visual artists, writers, musicians, vocalists, etc.) and the unique demands that they deal with in their daily lives and careers. Lesley Mitchell-Clarke is uniquely qualified to work with artists, as there is hardly an area of show business in which she has not worked. For some time, she has been a familiar name in the realm of media relations, promotion and production of musical and theatrical events, as well as arts journalism. For the past eighteen years she has been based in New York City and Toronto, specializing in jazz specific music publicity. In addition to her work as a media consultant, she has also worked in virtually all phases of the entertainment business, beginning as a ten year old principal actress with the Los Angeles area “Sherman Oaks Children's Repertory Theatre” – along with classmate, Melanie Griffith. Born into a show business family, Lesley's late father, Whitey Mitchell, was a veteran jazz bassist and Emmy Award winning comedy writer and producer, and her Uncle was the late jazz bass legend, Red Mitchell. In the scope of her own career, she has worked as a busy singer/dancer, and traveled with a number of name acts, including Mitzi Gaynor, Tommy Sands, Fabian and Robert Goulet, and has appeared in numerous television shows, features and TV Movies, including “Queer as Folk”, “The Jeffersons”, “Happy Days”, “Laverne and Shirley” and “Divorce Court.” After touring the Orient extensively with her own musical group, “Main Squeeze”, Lesley owned and operated a recording studio in Los Angeles where many jazz projects and much of the vocal work for Hanna-Barbara Cartoons was recorded. Lesley has also worked in production on NBC's “The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson”, “The Hollywood Squares” and “The Midnight Special” as well as numerous productions for Merv Griffin, Dick Clark, Bob Hope, Mark Goodson and Chuck Barris. Throughout her career as a publicist, Lesley Mitchell-Clarke has also been busy as an arts and music writer, contributing to publications such as L.A. Jazz Scene, Hot House – Florida and New York, The Manhattan Mirror, The Whole Note, TheLiveMusicReport, CODA and Jazz Canadiana.com, as well as penning a number of CD liner notes, including a set for Freddy Cole's recording, To the Ends of the Earth (Fantasy Records). Lesley was an associate, and later an account executive with the highly regarded New York City public relations firm, Third Floor Media (founded by Helene Greece). During her tenure there (as well as independently) she handled a variety of accounts for many major recording labels including projects for Concord Records, Atlantic, Sharp-Nine, GRP, Koch, Brownstone, DRG, RCA Victor/BMG, Nonesuch Records, Telarc, Columbia, and most of Warner Bros. jazz, covering both international CD promotions, tours and “live” performances. A few of the major jazz artists with whom she has worked directly include Marian McPartland, Joshua Redman (for whom she was involved in a landmark endorsement hook-up between fashion giant DKNY and Redman), Marian McPartland, Barbara Carroll, Janis Siegel (of The Manhattan Transfer), Blossom Dearie, Fred Hersch, Larry Goldings, Brad Mehldau, Wallace Roney, Jeanie Bryson, Terence Blanchard, Kevin Mahogany, Cyrus Chestnut, Ray Anderson and Helen Merrill. While at Third Floor Media, she was also the on-going publicist for the world famous jazz venue, “The Village Vanguard”, and helped orchestrate the memorable media event celebrating the historic club's 60th anniversary. Other major projects included acting for several years as the New York press representative for The Montreal Jazz Festival, The Beacon Theatre/New Audiences Concert Series, The Playboy Jazz Festival, national publicity for the “Harmon Learn to Listen Program, featuring Wynton Marsalis”, and numerous events in conjunction with John Schreiber's Office (JVC/Festival) and the “The Jazz Times Convention”. After her successful stint with Third Floor Media, Lesley began her own New York based media consultancy, and for the past ten years has developed a reputation as one of the most effective music-specialized publicists working today. Some of the artists whom she has represented include the late Susannah McCorkle, Jackie & Roy, Blossom Dearie, Winard Harper, Giacomo Gates, Catherine Dupuis, Helen Merrill, Peter Leitch, Billy Drummond, Lee Rittenauer, David Benoit, Javon Jackson, Janis Siegel, Daryl Sherman, Kitty Margolis, John Alcorn, Susie Arioli, The Distillery Jazz Festival, The Markham International Jazz Festival, The Toronto JVC Jazz Festival, Emilie-Claire Barlow, Dave Young, Lenny Solomon, Remi Balduc, Bernard Primeau, Daniel Barnes, Steve Amirault, Karen Plato, Oliver Jones, “Cadence”, Sarah Jerrom, Jean Beaudet, Nehring/Koller & Braid, Michel Mele, multi-Grammy nominee Mark Murphy and the recent Festival events, “The Toronto Summer Chamber Music Festival”, and the hugely successful “Art of Jazz Celebration 2007”, for which she was the Associate Producer. Lesley Mitchell-Clarke currently resides in Toronto, and has continued to work with artists both locally and throughout the United States, Japan and Europe – now expanding her work to include Hypnosis. She also continues to write for various arts related publications in addition to working as an actor. She has recently appeared in commercials for McDonalds, “Miller Light”, “Bounce”, and in the television show, “Queer as Folk” as well as the award-winning feature film, “Pay in Full”, written and directed by award-winning actor, Walter Alza and the short film “Clive Houston, We Have a Problem” (Winner – Best Foreign Film – Nevada Film Festival 2010). Continuing and upcoming projects for Lesley Mitchell-Clarke include the expansion of her hypnosis clinic, Lightwork Hypnosis, to include international past-life regression workshops and monthly podcasts (available through lightworkhypnosis.com) which will feature in-depth interviews with some of the most interesting and controversial figures in the areas of metaphysics, spirituality and paranormal phenomena. Lesley continues to contribute to “e-Jazz News” as a writer and video commentator, and regularly hosts a weekly entertainment round-up, “On the Scene”, which airs every Thursday morning on CKLN FM 88.1 (ckln.fm) as part of “The Jazz Bungie”. Lesley has been married for twenty years to the world-renowned, award-winning Canadian jazz drummer and Member of the Order of Canada, Terry Clarke. They have two teenage sons, Kristopher and Kyle.

Jazz Today
Jazz Today - Episode July 8, 2021

Jazz Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021


Ralph Peterson, Kenny Garrett, Vincent Herring, Charente Moffett, Willie Jones III, Jeremy Pelt, Steve Slagle, Michael Stephenson, Bruce Harris, Lauren Henderson, Adi MeyersonPlaylist: Ralph Peterson - Shorties PortionKenny Garrett - For Art's SakeVincent Herring, featuring Cyrus Chestnut, Yasushi Nakamura, & Johnathan Blake - Preaching to the ChoirCharnett Moffett - Flying in the AirWillie Jones III - To Wisdom, The PrizeJeremy Pelt - UnderdogSteve Slagle, featuring Jeremy Pelt - New NoteMichael Stephenson, featuring Julius Rodriguez - For All We KnowBruce Harris - Saucer EyesLauren Henderson, featuring Marquis Hill, Sullivan Fortner, Eric Wheeler & Joe Dyson - Forget MeAdi Meyerson - KabochaBrandi Disterheft - The Pendulum at Falcon's LairMarika Galea - FeelCaity Gyorgy - There By The DoorEmily Steinwall - Back to EarthSpike Wilner Trio - Aliens & Wizards

Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino
Italian-born, NYC Tenor Saxophonist Francesco Amenta

Famous Interviews with Joe Dimino

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021


Welcome to a new edition of the Neon Jazz interview series with NYC Tenor Saxophonist Francesco Amenta .. This Italian-born musician has been all over the globe and has quite a passport of experience .. he opened up with the show about his career, COVID, the future and his latest 2021 CD Midtown Walk done with a stellar cast including Cyrus Chestnut .. His story is fascinating .. Get to know him .. Click to listen.Neon Jazz is a radio program airing since 2011. Hosted by Joe Dimino and Engineered by John Christopher in Kansas City, Missouri giving listeners a journey into one of America's finest inventions. Take a listen on KCXL (102.9 FM / 1140 AM) out of Liberty, MO. Listen to KCXL on Tunein Radio at http://tunein.com/radio/Neon-Jazz-With-Joe-Dimino-p381685/. You can now catch Neon Jazz on KOJH 104.7 FM out of the Mutual Musicians Foundation from Noon - 1 p.m. CST Monday-Friday at https://www.kojhfm.org/. Check us out at All About Jazz @ https://kansascity.jazznearyou.com/neon-jazz.php. For all things Neon Jazz, visit http://theneonjazz.blogspot.com/If you like what you hear, please let us know. You can contribute a few bucks to keep Neon Jazz going strong into the future.   https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=ERA4C4TTVKLR4

MTR Podcasts
Elijah Jamal Balbed

MTR Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2021 31:05


Welcome To Getting To The Truth In This Art. This episode's quest is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, and educator Elijah Jamal Balbed. Elijah Jamal Balbed is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, and educator from Washington, DC. An alumnus of Howard University's legendary Jazz program, Elijah has been named Artist of the Year (2016), Best Tenor Saxophonist (2013) and Best New Jazz Musician (2010) by the Washington City Paper, and has participated in residencies at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (Betty Carter's Jazz Ahead), DC Office of Cable Television, Film, Music and Entertainment (202Creates), Strathmore, the historic (and now defunct) Jazz club Bohemian Caverns, and a month-long stint at Jazz at Lincoln Center in Doha, Qatar. In addition to the Middle East, music has taken Elijah all over the world including places like Russia (Moscow, Kaliningrad, & Orenburg), Japan (Tokyo, Nagano, Karuizawa, & Yokohama), Jamaica (Ocho Rios & Kingston), South America (Panama & Costa Rica), the U.K. (London & Kent), and various states in North America. Over the last decade, Elijah has established himself as a versatile saxophonist, having performed with a wide array of artists including Winard Harper, Bennie Maupin, and Cyrus Chestnut, all the way to Lalah Hathaway, Eric Benet, The Blackbyrds, and even Fantasia from American Idol. Elijah is best known for having worked regularly with the late, great, Godfather of Go-Go music, Chuck Brown for the last year of his life (2011-2012).

PuroJazz
Puro Jazz 10 febrero

PuroJazz

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2021 59:24


    CLARK TERRY – LIVE AT THE VILLAGE GATE – New York, November 19 & 20, 1990 Top and bottom, Silly samba (1), Pint of bitters Clark Terry (tp,flhrn,vcl) Paquito D’Rivera (as-1) Jimmy Heath (ts) Don Friedman (p) Marcus McLaurine (b) Kenny Washington (d) CYRUS CHESTNUT – GENUINE CHESTNUT – New York, July 18 […]

Creative Habits Podcast
Artists Talk Kweku Sumbry Musician

Creative Habits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2020 39:12


Grounded in the traditions of the Djembe Orchestra, Kweku Sumbry is a multi-percussionist from Washington, DC. At the age of four years old Kweku fell in love with performing. Since then, Kweku has travelled the world healing through music. He began his studies as a toddler under the tutelage of his uncle, Mahiri Fadjimba Keita, founder and artistic director of Farafina Kan. Music has allowed Kweku to travel to Guinea, Senegal, Ghana, Australia, New Zealand, Amsterdam, and Turkey to name a few countries. At the age of 23, Kweku has already graced the stage with Ambrose Akinmusire, Dayna Stephens, Yosvany Terry, Cyrus Chestnut, Reggie Workman, to name a few. A true global citizen, Kweku continues to travel the world, building upon his knowledge of world musical traditions and cultures.  In the fall of 2015, Kweku moved to New York City and began his studies at The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music on a full scholarship. While in New York Kweku has  worked with Abdel Salaam’s Forces of Nature Dance company, and the Asase Yaa African American dance Theatre under the tutelage of Yao Ababio, and Osei Ababio. Kweku recently obtained his MA in Arts Management and Entrepreneurship from the New School (c/o 2020), after just graduating with a BFA in jazz studies from the New School in Spring of 2019.  Kweku currently is a member of the Immanuel Wilkins Quartet, who recently released his debut album Omega on Blue note Records. A true lover of Art, Dance, Music, and all things pertaining to African culture, Kweku has set out to take the art world by storm, while changing the lens in which West African drumming is viewed by the rest of the world. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/creative-habits/support

Brave Sound Podcast
Inside NYC Music: Evan Sherman | Brave Sound Podcast #7

Brave Sound Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2020 135:26


Today's Guest: Born into a musical family in New Jersey, Evan Sherman (b. 1993) began playing the drums at age 5 and had his first professional gigs at 13. Since then, Evan has been spreading musical enthusiasm all over the world, touring with the likes of Wynton Marsalis & the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Roy Hargrove, Ron Carter, Jimmy Heath, the Dizzy Gillespie All-Stars, Cyrus Chestnut, Branford Marsalis, and more.In 2014, he formed the Evan Sherman Big Band, a 16-piece group for which he writes and arranges, of up-and-coming young lions alongside a rotating cast of seasoned veterans and guests such as Roy Hargrove, Johnny O’Neal, & Jon Batiste. The big band continues their residency at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola's late night dance parties as well as frequent appearances at the Perth International Arts Festival (Australia), The Rainbow Room (Rockefeller Center), Ginny’s Supper Club (Harlem), The Django (TriBeca), Midsummer Night’s Swing (Lincoln Center), Caramoor Jazz Festival, SteelStacks (PA), and Jazz at Lincoln Center.In 2017, Sherman co-produced and performed on a live trio recording with longtime friend and bandmate, Emmet Cohen, flanked by the legendary bassist, Ron Carter. The album continues to receive critical praise citing Sherman as “a beacon of taste”, “who, though in his mid-20's, plays here like an old master”.In addition to performing, Evan loves to present clinics/workshops, educating people all over the world about jazz. He is honored to be the artistic director for the second year in a row at "Jazz for Jennings", a charitable concert founded by the late ABC world news journalist, Peter Jennings with jazz pioneer, Max Roach.Find him at https://www.evanshermanmusic.com/ Your hosts: Austin Zhang - https://www.austinzhang.org/ Michael Shapira http://michaelxshapira.com/ and @michaelxshapiraLearn more: https://bravesound.org/ Instagram: @bravesoundnyc

The Working Artist Project
Making music from the ground up with Mariel Bildsten

The Working Artist Project

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2020 52:44


Mariel Bildsten is a trombonist, based in New York City. Mariel currently works as a bandleader and side-woman, playing in jazz big bands and small groups, as well as Afro-Latin music, rock, funk, and R&B bands. She is the lead trombonist in Arturo O'Farrill's Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra and tours internationally with the rock band Brass Against. She has performed at Jazz at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, London's O2 Arena, Birdland Jazz Club, the Apollo Theater, the Chicago Jazz Festival, Perth International Arts Festival, Caramoor Jazz Festival, Smalls Jazz Club, and Smoke Jazz Club, among other venues. Mariel has also performed alongside Dee Dee Bridgewater, Roy Hargrove, Wycliffe Gordon, Brian Lynch, Cyrus Chestnut, Lew Soloff, and Frank Lacy. Her own groups, ranging from duo to septet, have headlined jazz festivals, played around the country, and perform regularly in New York City.  Support this podcast

WBGO Journal
Virtual Village App Takes Jazz Lovers on Walking Tours of Historic Sites

WBGO Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2020 10:40


The history of jazz in Greenwich Village is in danger of disappearing -- so many buildings important to jazz history have not gotten landmark status. Village Preservation is trying to safeguard jazz history. It’s launched the Virtual Village, an app that offers self-guided, interactive walking tours of sites significant in jazz. The neighborhood south of Union Square, which spans just six city blocks from 9th to 14th Streets between Third and Fifth Avenues, was once home to jazz great Randy Weston, The Columbia Phonograph Company (present day Columbia Records) where John Hammond first recorded Billie Holiday and Garland Wilson, and famed jazz club Bradley’s where greats like Roy Hargrove, Cyrus Chestnut, and Jackie Terrasson made their reputations. In addition to the sites mentioned above, the area contains several more locations associated with esteemed jazz artists including Frank Sinatra, Milton J. Hinton, Benny Carter, and Ethel Waters. “The area South of Union Square is an

Word of Mom Radio
Singer-Songwriter Grace Garland on Mixing it With Nicki Kris on WoMRadio

Word of Mom Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 42:00


Mixing it With Nicki Kris is sharing Award-Winning Singer-Songwriter-Producer Grace Garland. Grace is a SAG/AFTRA AEA Actress, voice talent, and “Dating Advice Expert” due to her funny/raunchy Book LONELINESS MAKES YOU STUPID! The Grown Woman’s Dating Guide (Part 1), as well as her “PinkWisdom.com” advice.  Grace has been described as “THE TINA TURNER OF JAZZ” due to her energy and passion.  She has toured Internationally with her own Jazz Band, sharing the Stage/Spotlight with: Cyrus Chestnut,Peter Cincotti, Miss Phyllis Hyman,, Yellow Jackets' guitarist Andrei Ryabov, Jazz Messengers' Mr. Valery Ponomarev, and  Nutsa to name a few. Host Nicki Kris is an award-winning singer/songwriter and knows that as Sisters in Music, together we are stronger! Find out more at NickiKris.com. Join us for #MusicMonday on November 9th at 1pmET/10amPT and then in Podcast. Connect with Grace at GraceGarland.com and on FacebookTwitter, Instagram and YouTube. Connect with #WordofMom on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.  Thanks to our sponsors Safety Bags, StadiumBags.com, NoSuchThingasaBully.com and SmithSistersBluegrass.com for our theme song, She is You. #WordofMomRadio ~ Sharing the wisdom of women in business and in life.

Beyond Tenor Talk
34. Stephen Gordon

Beyond Tenor Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2020 58:39


Stephen Gordon's bio "I fell in love with all the sounds I heard as a child, so I pursued them" says Drummer/Pianist/Composer STEPHEN GORDON of Charlotte, N.C. - "Rather it was Gospel music at church, Funk and Motown with my Dad, Rock and Metal with my friends, Swing or European Classical literature with my peers and colleagues - I did it all." From the age of 4 years old, it became apparent that young Stephen would emerge into the world bringing forth sound, art, visual perspectives and living melodies to all that he pursued. Through the piano, taking lessons from the age of 5 with many teachers of different perspectives at the guidance of his parents and family, Stephen began playing the trumpet at age 12, which ventured into all brass, woodwinds, and eventually the drums and percussion. "They wanted to expand the Mass Choir at church, so my Dad and I became the rhythm section - That will always be my favorite rhythm section: Me and my Dad." From traditional and contemporary Gospel music, Stephen began sitting in and eventually gigging around Charlotte as a drummer and a keyboardist. "It was the Swing that I heard that I wanted to pursue. When I saw Terence Blanchard Sextet live at 15 years old, I said - Yeah, that's what I want to do; Swing." This path would lead Stephen to graduate high school from Northwest School of The Arts in Charlotte, N.C. and pursue touring and traveling internationally/nationally. "I got so many opportunities to travel with the choir, that when it came to gigging and touring with bands and my friends, I didn't see a difference; I was still going after that sound." These opportunities would lead to Stephen traveling and living in many different places and playing with some of the musicians and educators pushing the forefront of this music - pianist Ellis Marsalis, Jr., drummer Mike Clark, organist Joey DeFrancesco, trombonist Wayne Henderson, trombonist Fred Wesley, pianist Cyrus Chestnut, alto saxophonist Donald Harrison, Jr., percussionist Bill Summers, drummer/vibraphonist Jason Marsalis, alto saxophonist Wessell Anderson, vocalist Kurt Elling, pianist Aaron Goldberg, trumpeter Bobby Shew, trombonist Steve Turre, trumpeter Raymond Williams, Sr., bassist Roland Guerin, Poet Abidune Olyewole (The Last Poets), trombonist Tyrone Jefferson - to name a few. Stephen has performed in venues such as Tchaichovsky Hall in Moscow, Russia, The National Concert Hall in Taipei City, Taiwan, Opéra Bastille in Paris, France, The Kursk Philharmonia in Kursk, Russia, Lincoln Center in New York, New York, Ronnie Scott's in London, England, C Venues in Edinburgh, Scotland, The Village Vanguard, The Blue Note and The Jazz Standard in New York, New York, Blues Alley in DC, Babylon in Istanbul, Turkey, The North Sea Jazz Festival in Amsterdam, and many other great venues across the world. Beside playing and touring, recording and teaching have been prospects for Stephen to share in his talents and learn and grow as a musician and as a person. As Stephen resides in Charlotte, N.C., you may catch him all over the world on any given day, swinging and grooving. For all info, check out www.stephengordonmusic.com, as well as YouTube, Facebook and Instagram! STEPHEN GORDON uses exclusively -MURAT DIRIL cymbals, EVANS drumheads, VIC FIRTH sticks/brushes, TACKLE SUPPLY CO. bags and ROC-N-SOC drum thrones.

Midday
Midday On Music: Adapting To An Online-Only World

Midday

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2020 49:44


Today, conversations with musicians across musical genres, to see how they are faring in an online-only world. Later in the show, Tom speaks with three pianists with local roots whose work has taken them to venues around the world: Classical pianist Lura Johnson; composer, producer and pianist Wendel Patrick; and virtuoso jazz pianist Cyrus Chestnut. We begin with a look at Maryland’s largest arts organization, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. The BSO’s performances, of course, have been put on hold -- except its online offerings. Brian Prechtl is a percussionist with the BSO, and the head of the Players Committee. Peter Kjome is the orchestra’s president and CEO. They join Tom on Zoom, like all our guests today.

Stir Crazy With Steve Jenkins: Conversations With Creatives During The Quarantine

My guest this week is Jonathan Herrera.Jonathan is a stellar bass player and he has performed and/or recorded with Cathedrals, MoeTar, Zigaboo Modeliste, Stanley Jordan, Brain, Oz Noy, Garaj Mahal, Miguel Migs, Cyrus Chestnut, Cathy Richardson, Michael Lee Firkins, Jon Fishman, Kai Eckhardt, Matthew Charles Heulitt, Dynamic, Rick Musallum, Levy's Love Lounge, and many more.He also wrote for Bass Player magazine and eventually was Editor-in-cheif before stepping down in 2010. Even after that He still continued to write for them and he actually helped me get some writing work there in 2016 and I did a few columns about some of the unorthodox techniques I use.Bass Player eventually got sold and the old guard started the online publication BASS MAGAZINE And he writes for them as well. In addition to that, Jon owns Dime Studios in the Bay Area which is a kick ass place to record music/film videos/or be creative in a cool space.rJon and I talk about all kinds of things. We talk about politics, the music business, his take on the current state of the music business, weird LA bullshit,

Breaking It Down with Frank MacKay
Cyrus Chestnut on Breaking it Down with Frank MacKay - Jazz Pianist,Composer

Breaking It Down with Frank MacKay

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2020 32:25


Cyrus Chestnut on Breaking it Down with Frank MacKay - Jazz Pianist,Composer by Frank MacKay

Cafè Jazz
Interseccions: el "Kaleidoscope" del pianista Cyrus Chestnut

Cafè Jazz

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2020 29:02


Musicwoman Live!
DeeDanielsMusician

Musicwoman Live!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2019 34:00


Dee Daniels is a crowd pleaser, a musician’s musician. Whether accompanying her self at the piano, fronting a trio, big band or symphony, she is a unique talent who transcends musical borders with her jazz styling, infused with gospel and blues flavouring. The stepdaughter of a Baptist minister, Dee was born and raised in Oakland, CA. Though she graduated with a B.A. degree in Art Education, music was always a big part of her life. However, she didn’t discover her true calling to it until after teaching art in a Seattle high school for a year. She then joined a band, resigned her teaching position, and the rest is history! Since that day, Dee has traveled throughout the world with her music. She has shared the stage and/or recorded with numerous legends of jazz including Houston Person, Monty Alexander, John Clayton, Russell Malone, Cyrus Chestnut, Ken Peplowski, and Lewis Nash to mention a few. Her diverse career has seen her in clubs and prestigious music halls around the world, on theater stages, television and radio, performances for royalty, international dignitaries, and on many recordings as leader or guest. Dee has also established herself as a jazz vocalist in demand by the classical world, performing her three symphonic Pops programs with orchestras in the US, Canada, and Europe. Organizations and institutions in and out of the music industry have recognized Dee with awards for her contributions in music, education, fundraising, and community service. www.deedaniels.com www.wijsf.org

The Bass Shed Podcast
EP 19 - Jonathan Herrera (Part 2)

The Bass Shed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2019 90:21


Part 2 of Ryan talking with bassist, producer, writer Jonathan Herrera about Jonathan's time writing for BASS PLAYER MAGAZINE, aspects of world music and life as a musician. Jonathan is a graduate of the University of Southern California and the Los Angeles Music Academy and the former Senior Editor of Bass Player Magazine. His playing credits include:Cathedrals, MoeTar, Zigaboo Modeliste, Stanley Jordan, Brain, Oz Noy, Garaj Mahal, Miguel Migs, Cyrus Chestnut, Cathy Richardson, Michael Lee Firkins, Jon Fishman, Kai Eckhardt, Matthew Charles Heulitt, Dynamic, Rick Musallum, Levy's Love Lounge, and many more. 

The Bass Shed Podcast
EP 18 - Jonathan Herrera (Part 1)

The Bass Shed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2019 107:46


Ryan talks with bassist, producer, writer Jonathan Herrera about Jonathan's time writing for BASS PLAYER MAGAZINE, aspects of world music and life as a musician. Jonathan is a graduate of the University of Southern California and the Los Angeles Music Academy and the former Senior Editor of Bass Player Magazine. His playing credits include:Cathedrals, MoeTar, Zigaboo Modeliste, Stanley Jordan, Brain, Oz Noy, Garaj Mahal, Miguel Migs, Cyrus Chestnut, Cathy Richardson, Michael Lee Firkins, Jon Fishman, Kai Eckhardt, Matthew Charles Heulitt, Dynamic, Rick Musallum, Levy's Love Lounge, and many more. 

The Bass Shed Podcast
EP 19 - Jonathan Herrera Pt 2 (writer for Bass Player Magazine, Stanley Jordan, Oz Noy, Cyrus Chestnut)

The Bass Shed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2019 90:21


Part 2 of Ryan talking with bassist, producer, writer Jonathan Herrera about Jonathan's time writing for BASS PLAYER MAGAZINE, aspects of world music and life as a musician.Jonathan is a graduate of the University of Southern California and the Los Angeles Music Academy and the former Senior Editor of Bass Player Magazine. His playing credits include:Cathedrals, MoeTar, Zigaboo Modeliste, Stanley Jordan, Brain, Oz Noy, Garaj Mahal, Miguel Migs, Cyrus Chestnut, Cathy Richardson, Michael Lee Firkins, Jon Fishman, Kai Eckhardt, Matthew Charles Heulitt, Dynamic, Rick Musallum, Levy's Love Lounge, and many more. 

The Bass Shed Podcast
EP 18 - Jonathan Herrera Pt 1 (writer for Bass Player Magazine, Stanley Jordan, Oz Noy, Cyrus Chestnut)

The Bass Shed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2019 107:46


Ryan talks with bassist, producer, writer Jonathan Herrera about Jonathan's time writing for BASS PLAYER MAGAZINE, aspects of world music and life as a musician.Jonathan is a graduate of the University of Southern California and the Los Angeles Music Academy and the former Senior Editor of Bass Player Magazine. His playing credits include:Cathedrals, MoeTar, Zigaboo Modeliste, Stanley Jordan, Brain, Oz Noy, Garaj Mahal, Miguel Migs, Cyrus Chestnut, Cathy Richardson, Michael Lee Firkins, Jon Fishman, Kai Eckhardt, Matthew Charles Heulitt, Dynamic, Rick Musallum, Levy's Love Lounge, and many more. 

RIFFIN' on JAZZ powered by KUDZUKIAN
"Jazz Prodigies"| RIFFIN On JAZZ | KUDZUKIAN

RIFFIN' on JAZZ powered by KUDZUKIAN

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2019 63:32


Malvin and Howard explore the background of some amazing, young and talented Jazz Prodigies Featured artists: Joey Alexander, Matt Savage, Emily Bear, Eldar Djangirov, Grace Kelly, Joey Defrancesco, Cyrus Chestnut, and Elaine Ellis

IYOUWE Universe

Born and raised in Connecticut, Ken Kitchings was surrounded by music his whole life, thanks in part to his father, Chester. At age 10 he was given a sparkle red Slingerland drum set which sat in the family dining room where he learned standards as he accompanied his dad’s organ playing after dinner. During his teen years he played in rock bands and picked up the guitar. Adulthood brought adult responsibilities; translation, working for the family business. In 2007, the family business was sold, and Ken seized the opportunity to pursue his love of jazz music by producing shows at the Garde Arts Center in New London, CT. At the Garde he developed a small space for jazz concerts, showcasing the like of Cyrus Chestnut, Julian Lage, Jeremy Pelt, Helen Sung, Buster Williams and many more. In 2011, the Old Lyme Inn property became available and the vision of the SideDoor Jazz Club materialized. After extensive renovations, the doors opened in May 2013 with George Wein All Stars performing the inaugural concert. Five plus years and over 500 shows later Ken still has a passion for introducing world class jazz musicians to audiences of all ages. When not in the club on Friday and Saturday evening, Ken can be found playing the drums in the Old Lyme Inn lobby with the Steve Donovan Trio or heard on his weekly internet radio show, Jazz with Ken on iCRV radio.

Jazztalk Seattle
Episode 12 - Cyrus Chestnut and Dave Brubeck

Jazztalk Seattle

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2018 36:52


Max and Josh discuss "A Charlie Brown Christmas" by Cyrus Chestnut (2000) and "A Dave Brubeck Christmas" (1996).

The Morning Show
Cyrus Chestnut, Buster Williams and Lenny White at Vieux Carre

The Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2018 6:58


Pianist Cyrus Chestnut spoke with Jazz88's Emily Reese about his upcoming shows at Vieux Carre, coming up September 25 & 26 at 7 pm and 9 pm.

Jazz88
Cyrus Chestnut, Buster Williams and Lenny White at Vieux Carre

Jazz88

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2018 6:58


Pianist Cyrus Chestnut spoke with Jazz88's Emily Reese about his upcoming shows at Vieux Carre, coming up September 25 & 26 at 7 pm and 9 pm.

The Afternoon Cruise
Cyrus Chestnut, Buster Williams and Lenny White at Vieux Carre

The Afternoon Cruise

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2018 6:58


Pianist Cyrus Chestnut spoke with Jazz88's Emily R