A great mix of instruments (sax, electric bass, drums, trumpet, flute, voice), familiar names (Douglas, Feinstein, Monheit, Peyroux, Rotondi), and new discoveries (Stephen Anderson, Nicole Mitchell) all being added to the Jazz 88 Music Library this week and debuted on The New Jazz Thing with Vince Outlaw, Monday, April 15, 2013, 6-8 PM PT! The full list is after the split, but, starting at the top, here's a taste of the Stephen Anderson Trio doing "Bye Bye Blackbird"...
Join us every Sunday from 6-10pm for our Jazz 88.3Jazz Jam, featuring Mark Augustin, Bruce Cameron, Tommy Gannon, and our own, Jeff Dalrymple. GPS to Busalacchi's Spaghetteria, 1953 India Street, in Little Italy. A Jazz Jam is the best way to close out the weekend. This event is free and family-friendly, especially if the kid knows the changes.
2013-04-08 Adds To The Jazz 88 Music Library: Lots of familiar (David Chesky, Fred Hersch, Charnett Moffett, Barbara Morrison...Jazz Live alum!, Eldar Djangirov, Frank Vignola, Phil Woods) and not so familiar (Larry Carlton / Robben Ford leading a band, Molly Ringwald doing "Don't You Forget About Me") plus a whole lot more NEW!
Top 10 Countdown of the Jazzweek.com Jazz Album Chart for April 8, 2013: The new No. 1 this week on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Monty Alexander Uplift 2 (Jazz Legacy Productions). It’s also the most reported CD of the week (50 stations). Most added (+21) is Gerald Clayton Life Forum (Concord, added last week @Jazz88). Biggest gainers (+55) are Eric Alexander Touching (HighNote) and Nilson Matta Nilson Matta’s Black Orpheus (Motema). Top Debut (No. 26) is Mark Winkler The Laura Nyro Project (Cafe Pacific).
Lots of familiar (David Chesky, Fred Hersch, Charnett Moffett, Barbara Morrison...Jazz Live alum!, Eldar Djangirov, Frank Vignola, Phil Woods) and not so familiar (Larry Carlton / Robben Ford leading a band, Molly Ringwald doing "Don't You Forget About Me") plus a whole lot more NEW being added to the Jazz 88 Music Library this week. We will debuting a bunch of it on The New Jazz Thing with Vince Outlaw, Monday, April 8, 2013, 6-8PM PT! The complete list is after the split, but here is a clip of Danny Janklow (new disc "Recurring Dreams") playing his tune "Flipside"with Eric Reed...
New music from, among others, Gerald Clayton, The Greyboy Allstars, Lisa Hilton, Ex-San Diegan Kristan Korb, and Edward Simon added the week of Monday, April1, 2013. The full list after the split...no foolin'
Geoffrey Keezer will be stopping by during Hour 2 (7PM PT) of The New Jazz Thing on Monday, April 8, 2013, 6 to 8 PM PT to chat about his upcoming solo recording release "Heart of the Piano"...and we will be debuting some of the new music for the FIRST TIME EVER ON RADIO! We will also be talking about the DVD-recording performance of the music happening at Jazz Live San Diego on April 9, 2013. Really excited!
Keezer‟s 2009 venture, “Áurea,” is a recording of folkloric South American music mixed with jazz and was nominated for a Grammy award in the “Best Latin Jazz Album” category.
In 2010, Keezer was again nominated for a Grammy for his arrangement of “Don‟t Explain” for singer Denise Donatelli.
Geoffrey Keezer started out as a drummer, but moved to piano out of necessity while doing regular gigs with his father who played drums.