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Rudy Williams was a journeyman sax player who stylistically crossed between swing and bebop. The son of legendary/notorious bandleader Fess Williams and the cousin of Charles Mingus, Williams is here heard on alto sax with a pickup group put together by Baron Timme Rosenkrantz in 1939 (with Don Byas, Tyree Glenn, Rex Stewart, Russell Procope, Billy Kyle, Walter Page and Jo Jones), the Savoy Sultans (his regular band from 1937-1941 or so), a Don Byas group (with Charlie Shavers and Clyde Hart), Tadd Dameron's Sextet (with Fats Navarro, Allan Eager, Kenny Clarke and Curly Russell), Bennie Green's Sextet (on baritone, with Teddy Brannon and Lockjaw Davis) and the Howard McGhee Korean All-Stars (on tenor, with J.J. Johnson and Skeeter Best). --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-clark49/support
In conversation with Nate Chinen The author of Dirty Blvd.: The Life and Music of Lou Reed and editor of Patti Smith on Patti Smith: Interviews and Encounters, Aiden Levy played the baritone saxophone in the Stan Rubin Orchestra for 10 years. His writing has been published in The New York Times, The Village Voice, and JazzTimes, among other publications. Formerly a fellow at the Leon Levy Center for Biography, he is a doctoral candidate at Columbia University in the Department of English and Comparative Literature, works with the Center for Jazz Studies, and was a co-convener of the African American Studies Colloquium. In Saxophone Colossus, Levy offers the first full-length biography of Sonny Rollins, one of jazz's most celebrated but enigmatic musicians and composers. WRTI jazz radio's editorial director, a regular contributor to NPR Music, and a consulting producer with Jazz Night in America, Nate Chinen formerly worked as a critic for The New York Times and wrote a long-running column for JazzTimes. He is the author of Playing Changes: Jazz for the New Century, named one of the best books of 2018 by NPR, GQ, and Billboard. A 13-time winner of the Helen Dance-Robert Palmer Award for Excellence in Writing, Chinen has also had his work widely anthologized. (recorded 1/17/2023)
All music used with permission by Tommy Lehman and the Squad-Tet. Sonic Shrine - Lehman To Be Alive - Lehman Under the Rug - Lehman Goodbye Pork Pie Hat - Mingus Focus on the Rainbow - Coles Northeast Ohio based Tommy Lehman is one of the hardest working performers on the local jazz scene. Between his work with JT's Electric Blackout, Alla Boara, Alba Trio, Nathan Paul and the Admirables and Dan Wilson and Voices among others, Tommy leads several additional groups, not the least of which is the Squad-Tet. The Squad-Tet itself is a collection of accomplished artists in their own right. Featuring Tommy Lehman on Trumpet, Theron Brown on Piano, Chris Coles on Saxophone, Jordan McBride on Bass, Zaire Darden on Drums and Patrick Graney on Percussion, and from a September 22nd, 2022 performance it's Tommy Lehman's Squad Tet, Live at the Bop Stop. Live at the Bop Stop is made possible by the Music Settlement – serving Northeast Ohio by offering music instruction – music therapy and early childhood education since 1912. The Music Settlement's mission is to welcome all to our music and arts community to learn – create – inspire – and heal. This program is recorded at the Robert Conrad Studios at the Bop Stop in Cleveland, Ohio and the studios of KUNV in Las Vegas, Nevada. Additional production at the Bop Stop is provided by Graham Rosen. Editing for WOBC,WNPA and the Public Radio Exchange is provided by Dr. Pete Naegele - and for our podcast and other radio affiliates by Shawn Gilbert at Gilazar Media. The executive producer is Daniel Peck – with additional consulting production by Bryan Kennard and Gabe Pollack. For extended versions of all of our shows –our Live at the Bop Stop podcast can be found on your favorite podcast app or visit our website at www.themusicsettlement.org and click the Bop Stop link. Want to Support The Bop Stop? Donate here! Contact us here
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Wenzl Mcgowen plays a baritone saxophone with a twist... an orange traffic cone sticks out the top giving it an interesting looking and much more interesting sound. WBZ's Matt Shearer reports:
https://jasonmarshalljazz.com My guest today is one of the top baritone saxophonists on the music scene today, Jason Marshall. In our conversation we discuss the process of making his latest album New Beginnings, which is fantastic, his big band arrangement that failed in grad school, but was later recorded by Roy Hargrove, healthy keys for the baritone saxophone, how he warms up with ballads and why you do not need to have a vintage horn. BETTERSAX SHED - all my free lesson downloads https://bettersax.com/shed BetterSax Burnin' Mouthpieces - https://geni.us/6RcUMu The Better Sax Alto Saxophone - https://geni.us/BKIGTw ♫ BETTERSAX COURSES ♪ https://bettersax.com/products ★ Other Sax Gear I Love ★ ReedGeek Geeklet - https://bettersax.com/store/geeklet/ Ultimate Saxophone Swab Kit - https://bettersax.com/product/bettersax-ultimate-sax-swab-kit/ Ultimate Reed Case - https://bettersax.com/product/bettersax-deluxe-wooden-reed-case/ BetterSax Gear Recommendations on Sweetwater https://imp.i114863.net/bettersax ↪My Amazon Gear Recommendations Page: https://goo.gl/px3AvY INSTAGRAM & FACEBOOK https://instagram.com/bettersax https://facebook.com/bettersax DISCLAIMER: This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links and then buy something, I may receive a small commission. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.
The Dubai Band Big Opera Big Band Christmas special is back. Saxophonists Dave Holland and Adam Long tells us all about the festival show. Plus, we put them to fun Saxophone quiz. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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LISTEN TO THE PODCAST TO THE END A THERE IS A SPECIAL VIDEO PERFORMANCE OF MATTHEW ALEC and the SOUL ELECTRICSaxophonist Matthew Alec whose style is JAZZ and POPULAR MUSIC joins us on the podcast to talk about his career as a Saxophonist. His band is a high energy jazz fusion group called MATTHEW ALEC and the SOUL ELECTRIC. You really got to check out his music as you will be blown away by his Sax playing and his videos as much as we were. Matthew is also an executive producer and his company is called Cleveland Time Records. He has over 20 years experience playing the Saxophone. Be sure to check out Matthew's music as he is one of the most talented Saxophonist's we have ever heard and make sure to subscribe to his YouTube PageMatthew Alec Websitehttps://www.matthewalec.com/Matthew Alec YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/@UCMfeh1w1mNFzZKB4dBLJVJw Matthew also talks about the best Saxophonist of all time Michael Brecker. Here is an incredible video of him playing the EWI which was discussed on the podcast. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYiwZYGokdQGrab a Mark 2.0 SHIRT and other MERCH- https://daddy-brians-merch-2.creator-spring.com/SUBSCRIBE for more great PODCASTS and PODCAST CLIPS with ACTORS, MUSICIANS and others in ENTERTAINMENT. Be sure to check out our recent EPISODES too.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------follow MARK 2.0 on SOCIAL MEDIAInstagram- https://www.instagram.com/mark2.0_podcast/TikTok- https://firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter- https://twitter.com/M20podcastFacebook- https://www.facebook.com/mark2.0podcastofficial------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Matthew Alec is a jazz and popular music saxophonist, founder and Executive Producer at Cleveland Time Records, and bandleader for the high-energy jazz fusion group Matthew Alec and The Soul Electric. His debut album Cleveland Time featuring former Saturday Night Live Musical Director Tom “Bones” Malone was released in February of 2021. The album charted […] The post Matthew Alec Saxophone Podcast; Giving Back to the Music Scene in Cleveland – Ep. 153 appeared first on Everything Saxophone Podcast.
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Tonight's Jazz Feature is of course a classic and one of tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins' great recorded moments. It was a meeting with two great musicians that Sonny had never played with or met before the recording session! It could have been either a triumph or a disaster but of course it was a triumph and even the self-critical Mr. Rollins likes the results. It was beautifully recorded by Contemporary Records in Los Angeles while Sonny and bassist Ray Brown were in L.A. and with drum great Shelly Manne who had lived in L.A. for many years. It was a great meeting of musical minds. "Way Out West" celebrates Sonny's West Coast adventure with three tunes celebrating that trip. Johnny Mercer's "I'm An Old Cowhand" and the even older "Wagon Wheels" and Sonny's whimsical original called "Way Out West" plus some well chosen standards. It all made for one of Mr. Rollin's true classic album and it's tonight's Jazz Feature. Don't miss this one!
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Yukimi and Clara had a wonderful conversation with the sensational Piano/Saxophone duo, Liana Pailodze Harron and Thomas A. Giles, for this season's 7th episode.Clara met the duo in the fall of 2021, and she introduced Yukimi to the video clip of their performance (https://youtu.be/rbB_Qz4L0Cs) -- we've been obsessed with Liana and Thomas! So, we felt so lucky to be able to invite them for an interview...and we had a blast!This Brooklynite piano/sax duo never came across one another though they have been residing only one subway station away for years till the fateful day of Sept 2021. Liana and Thomas finally met through their mutual friend. A year later, they produced an album, Mysteries of the Macabre, with music by prolific composers such as Gyögy Ligeti, Olivier Messiaen, and more!In this special episode, the duo will share: ✅ About their fun collaboration, Album "Mysteries of the Macabre"✅ Their solo careers✅ Impact of the pandemicand more![About Guests] Dr. Liana Pailodze Harron: https://www.lianapailodzeharron.com/Dr. Thomas A. Giles: https://www.thomasgilessax.com/[This episode is brought to you by Forte -- a free alternative to Zoom purpose-built for music teachers] Dear fellow music educators, join Forte's waitlist to connect with more potential music students!
Guest: Lead Vocalist and Saxophone player Gabriel du Toit from the five-piece instrumental dance band Nomadic Orchestra joins The Afternoon Drive to invite listeners to a concert at The Camel Rock this weekend.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Le tournant jazz, autant dans la musique que dans l'attitude, semble totalement assumé par Prince à l'orée de ses 45 ans. L' Artiste va proposer sa musique, de manière totalement instrumentale, par 3 fois entre le 1er janvier 2003 et le 29 mars 2004. Si Xpectation et C-Note seront distribués exclusivement sur Internet, Prince va retrouver son complice Eric Leeds 16 ans après le projet Madhouse, dans l'album N.E.W.S
This is Part 2 of my Music Talks chat with Geoff Sutton.If you enjoyed Part 1 you will be delighted to hear that the stories and music just ‘keep on coming' (as they used to say on the radio!) In this episode Geoff talks about a whole host of things including: · His time at The Daily Mirror, The Sunday Express and Today · Visiting Cuba · Becoming a father to his two children Helen and Daniel · Joining Microsoft in 1996 to launch MSN News & start of an 18-year journey · Almost being sacked by Bill Gates because of the ‘ iLoo Project' · Working on the People's Vote Campaign · Learning to play the Saxophone in Lockdown · Becoming a Powerboat Skipper His Music choices are: 90's - Chan Chan Buena Vista Social Club 00's – All Fall Down Kanye West, Syleena Johnson 10's – Waiting All Night Rudimental (Ft. Ella Eyre) 20's – Betty et Zorg Gabriel Yared Enjoy :-)If you would like to be on the show then please contact me at email@example.com Please follow and like Music Talks on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/musictalkspod . You can also find me on Twitter @musictalkspod .
Here's what we're talking about today: Midterm Madness-via NY Times-McCarthy via CNNIt's 2024 Somewhere-via NY Times-Weisselberg Trial via CBS NewsMissile Hits Poland-via AP NewsUniversity of Idaho Update-via NY TimesAs always, you can find me on Instagram/Twitter @kimmoffat and TikTok @kimmoffatishere
Show Description: Chad Evans is a Jazz Musician from St. Louis, Missouri, specializing in the Saxophone with expertise in improvisation and music composition. Chad has appeared in duo, trio, and full band ensembles for local and regional performances, including collaborations with the Jane Powel Band, Albert King Band, Bosman Twins, and William "Bill Tucker." Chad also serves as a music instructor for aspiring musicians of all ages. A few of Chad's musical productions include: Stress Free Groove (2010), Stress Free Zone (2005), Warrior (1996), and Takin Place (1993). In this interview, Chad reflects on his career and lessons learned about networking, finding your passion, and constantly improving as an artist or musician. To learn more about Chad, you can visit him on his website or YouTube: Website (chadevansentertainment.com) YouTube (youtube.com/channel/UCnUSWjp-Su30pmMJNchjSVA) Show Highlights: 3:15-13:00: Chad explains how he learned jazz and the saxophone, how music helped guide him through his childhood, and how it has evolved into teaching others. 13:00-19:00: Chad reflects on his time studying music in Belgium, including life-changing advice that helped him excel as a jazz musician. 19:00-26:45: Chad explains his experience in performing his music for the public audience on the streets, key lessons about finding your passion, and advice for young people who are pursuing a venture involving art or music. 26:45-42:15: Chad highlights the transition as a street musician to a touring band member, key insights he learned from the top musicians in the industry, and the importance of surrounding yourself with people who are smarter than you. 42:15-1:02:45: After asking Chad about his preparation process for shows, we dive into a discussion about building an online brand, creating content in today's digital age, and how to network with people in your industry. 1:02:45-1:13:15: Chad talks about how music has positively impacted other areas of his life. We also ask Chad about any memorable performances, and what it he does to influence audiences through his music. 1:13:15-1:26:15: Chad discusses his teaching methods with students and future goals for his business.
My guest in this episode is Geoff Sutton. The stereotype of a Microsoft employee is a Computer Sciences nerd in a check shirt and chinos. Whilst they do exist Geoff is a great example of the diversity of background and experience that existed in the company as was my previous guest Neil Jordan (7 years as a Choirister at Windsor Castle) and indeed myself with my English Lit Degree (specialist subjects - Anglo-Saxon Poetry and Medieval Mystery Plays) Geoff joined Microsoft in 1996 to set up MSN News after 16 years as a journalist, including spells at the Daily Mail, Today, Sunday Express and Daily Mirror. It's no surprise then that he has a raft of stories and in this episode, we hear hilarious and fascinating stories about his time on Mail Showbiz including: · Running with Madonna · Being a waiter at Bill Wyman's Wedding · A one-off appearance as Elvis on the West End Stage· Motivating Boy George to kick his heroin addiction · Princess Di and Fergie pretending to be WPCs at Annabel's He then moved over to News and had the challenging experience of covering three major tragedies in the UK in 87/88 namely the King's Cross Fire, the explosion and sinking of the Piper Alpha Oil Platform and Lockerbie Terrorist Attack. Born in Hackney but today Geoff lives in Bermondsey with his wife Asli and he has two grown-up children Helen and Daniel. He is a lifelong Arsenal fan, and he describes his early teens as being all about “Football and Music'. His passion for both continues to shine through and that includes learning to play the Saxophone in lock down (but more on that in Part 2!) . His song choices in this episode are: 60's – Three Coins in The Fountain Frank Sinatra70's – No Action Elvis Costello80's – Club Tropicana Wham Enjoy
This is what we're yapping about in episode 101. MC Paperstacks from Player 2 has entered the podcast is back as guest co-host for this week. listen to his excitement about the new games that's coming out for the remainder of the year. (1:17) GP Preordered God of War: ragnarok and have some beef about Michael Bay's most recent film, Ambulance. (1:55) Get ready to get angry at kids crying in Rated-R movie screenings and People live streaming for clout during bad situations in CALL IT OUT! (8:07) A man undergoes brain surgery while playing the Saxophone! (17:11) The Dirtiest man in the world dies from possibly taking a shower. (27:41) Quick Long Bits, where we go too long and too slow. (34:16) Our Review of Gullermo del Toro's Cabinet of Curiosities Season one. (53:11) Our game review of Cyberpunk 2077. (1:29:17) Put yo face in this! (1:43:29) Positive Chakra (1:47:19) Yell out before we head out. (1:50:01) Rate, Comment, Like, and subscribe!! Check out MC Paperstacks entire Cyberpunk 2077 Play through here https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5C09pJc6OM-mR8rh-h5yDdjhv1M8Xy-W Check out Player 2 Link Tree here https://linktr.ee/player2hasenteredthepod Also check our show out here! linktr.ee/Callitlikeidontseeit
Welcome to November 6, 2022 on the National Day Calendar. Today we celebrate the origins of our favorite snack and smooth solos. Ignacio Nacho Anaya was the host of The Victory Club in the early 1940s. When the chef of the restaurant turned up missing one night, Ignacio hurried to the kitchen to whip up something for his favorite guests and nachos have been a favorite snack ever since. Though they started with humble chips, cheese and jalapenos, today's recipes are inspired by almost every culture and cuisine. Not only can nachos feed a crowd, they can be a meal in themselves when piled high with any kind of protein and sauce. Try your favorite leftovers with melted cheese over chips and you are sure to make your culinary mark. On National Nachos Day celebrate this lightning fast meal that is always a crowd pleaser. The song “Baker Street” by Gerry Rafferty is instantly recognizable and its all thanks to the epic saxophone solo. This classic is a pretty good rock song, but could have easily been forgotten, if not for that saxophone riff. Rafael Ravenscroft, who played the solo, was paid only about 36 dollars for his work. He came up with the music on the spot and afterwards hated his performance, which he thought was off key. Clearly no one else agreed. But don't feel too bad for Mr. Ravenscroft. He went on to perform with Pink Floyd, ABBA, and even Daft Punk. On National Saxophone Day, we celebrate the birthday of Adolfe Sax, the inventor of the instrument that gave so many pop songs their smooth, memorable vibe. I'm Anna Devere and I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we Celebrate Every Day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The backwash of Halloween, welcome to the post-Halloween episode! The ladies recap a recent Halloween party and share a few random things. Get ready for work-related cringe next week. Write your stories in!Alyssa had a great Halloween party filled with lots of fun, awesome costumes, and a sprinkle of cringe throughout. Then they fuel up on crab rangoons and Jamie discusses her discovery of “Go to Hell Pants” and horse diving! Finally - a new corner - is it a southern thing?! What was your sex education experience? Did your high school have a daycare? Did your teacher give you drugs? OR IS IT JUST A SOUTHERN THING?Get ready for our guest Teener next week, write to us in your favorite work related cringe stories at [firstname.lastname@example.org](mailto:email@example.com) or DM us on [Instagram](https://www.instagram.com/nervouslaughterpodcast)!The socials: [Instagram](https://www.instagram.com/nervouslaughterpodcast) | [Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/NervousLaughterPodcast) | [Twitter](https://twitter.com/NervouslaughPod) | [Discord](https://discord.gg/g3GQrWxc)
Doctors at one time prescribed playing the saxophone for certain ailments?! Learn all about the saxophone's invention, development, and all the genres it's hopped to along the way.Support Classical Breakdown: https://weta.org/donatefmSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this second episode of the three part music series, we discuss various instruments including Piano, Guitar, Saxophone and more! There's a surprise instrument at the end which we think is by far the best instrument to have ever existed. Feel free to listen in and if you haven't already, be sure to follow us on Facebook for updates and fresh content! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TotallyRandomTalkShow/ Music and Sound Effects from Epidemic Sound: Extra Fries: https://www.epidemicsound.com/track/LFmOjKTPLo/ Dr.Conn: https://www.epidemicsound.com/track/BsF3AyRjoz/ Explosion Mortar 1 (sound effect): https://www.epidemicsound.com/track/iTZDjTBVod/
A 35-year-old had to have brain surgery to remove a tumor but didn't want to lose the abillity to play music! So he played saxophone through the 9-hour operation to help guide doctors! source: https://www.wdjx.com/patient-plays-saxophone-through-9-hour-brain-surgery/
Erik checks in again after a symphony gig and plugs some stuff: Volatility Index for solo alto saxophone is now available for purchase from Alea Publishing. Catch the South Sound Saxophone Ensemble on Oct. 21 at 8 p.m. PDT on 98.1 KING-FM or on Oct. 23 at 3 p.m. PDT at PLU (livestream). Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or eriksteighner.com
Gerald Albright is one of the most sought-after musicians in the world of contemporary jazz. The iconic saxophonist has been recording music for nearly four decades with eight Grammy Award nominations to show for it. And with his signature blend of funk, soul and R&B, much of his productions create the perfect mood for love and romance. But despite the success of smooth jazz back in the early 90's, today's commercial radio won't touch the format. Join Host Eddie Robinson as I SEE U continues its ongoing series dedicated to exploring the predominantly African-American musical format of smooth jazz with renown musician, Gerald Albright. The veteran instrumentalist offers up his candid insight on how station clustering and computer automation may have contributed to its decline, but he remains optimistic of a new generation of performers and innovative musicians who are working to reinvigorate its future.
Kristal Adams, Maddie Collins, Jared Logan, and Jon Durnell are on the panel to talk about Stephen King, 50 Shades, Billions, Frasier, Bros, butter boards, Twitter, Herschel Walker, Jeb Bush, 1997, and a LOT more. Extras are on www.patreon.com/brido.
After a brief visit to an emergency room, a Loveland woman left with three ibuprofen -- and a $6,000 bill. A new law helps provide relief for others who may face a similar situation. Then, voters around the state talk about the issues that are important to them. And, saxophonist Gerald Albright has played all around the world -- but calls Colorado home.
This episode features Dan Sharpe. Dan sits in Foley's Washington, D.C., office and recently joined Foley as Manager of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. In this conversation, Dan reflects on growing-up in Voorhees, NJ, attending Princeton University and University of Virginia School of Law. He discusses spending two years as a Patent Examiner at the US Patent and Trademark Office before law school and subsequently practicing as an intellectual property attorney for a decade before transitioning to a DEI professional. Finally, Dan also provides wonderful insight on the importance of taking charge of one's own career as well as the importance of appreciating the difference between a job and a career.