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I'm Talkin' Jazz
<strong>I'm Talkin' Jazz</strong><br> Sun, Nov 17th from 8:00AM - 8:30AM
Horace Silver with Dick Conte
Considered one of the leading figures of the Hard Bop era of the 1950's, Horace Silver helped redefine jazz piano by emphasizing melody and rhythm. His soulful and funky original compositions such as "Sister Sadie" and "Song For My Father" continue to be performed and recorded worldwide.
Morning Cup of Jazz Interview
Morning Cup of Jazz Interview Tue, Nov 19th from 9:00AM - 10:00AM
Natalie Cressman
Possessing a voice as cool and crystalline as an Alpine stream, Natalie Cressman is a rising singer/songwriter and trombonist who draws inspiration from a vast array of deep and powerful musical currents, she visits with Alisa Clancy on A Morning Cup of Jazz.
I'm Talkin' Jazz
<strong>I'm Talkin' Jazz</strong><br> Sun, Nov 24th from 8:00AM - 8:30AM
Dave Liebman with Chris Cortez
NEA Jazz Master, saxophonist and composer, Dave Liebman was an integral part of the fertile New York loft jazz scene of the 1970's. Before leading his own progressive groups he has worked with Elvin Jones, Miles Davis and Chick Corea among many others.
Jazz Night In America with Christian McBride
Jazz Night In America with Christian McBride Mon, Nov 25th from 9:00PM - 10:00PM
Orquesta Akokan at the Musical Instrument Museum
Jazz Night in America travels to Phoenix, Arizona to catch up with modern-day Cuban supergroup Orquesta Akokán. We hear their backstory in tandem with story of the venue where we caught them: the Musical Instrument Museum. We get a tour of the 200,000 square foot museum, which hosts 370 exhibits of musical representation from every country and territory on the globe.
Morning Cup of Jazz Interview
Morning Cup of Jazz Interview Thu, Dec 5th from 9:00AM - 10:00AM
Erik Jekabson
A freelance trumpet player, composer, arranger and educator who lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, Erik is equally busy playing and composing for different bands, leading his own groups, (the Erik Jekabson Sextet, the String-tet and the Electric Squeezebox Orchestra) teaching a wide variety of students and running the Young Musicians Program at the California Jazz Conservatory. He stops by the KCSM studio to visit with Alisa Clancy on A Morning Cup of Jazz.