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Jazz in the Night Tuesday - January 16 2018

Jazz in the Night Tuesday - January 16 2018
Blog Name: Jazz In The Night TuesdayAuthor: Vince Outlaw , Social Media Marketing ManagerPosted on: January 14, 2018
On the Tuesday, January 16, 2018 installment of Jazz In The Night Tuesday (Weekly, Midnight to 2 AM PT),  we dig into some of the new releases in the library including the latest from Michelle Coltrane ("Awakening"), Steve Hobbs ("Tribute to Bobby"), Jodi Proznick ("Sun Songs"), Chick Corea - Steve Gadd Band ("Chinese Butterfly"); preview upcoming concert performances by Euphoria Brass Band, Ralph Peterson (Jazz Live January 23!), Charles Mingus from "Tijuana Moods" (Mingus Dynasty in SD 1/22);, , New (), In Concert (), Birthday / On This Day (1st Prestige Recording EVER), and MORE! LISTEN LIVE or Replay Jazz In The Night Tuesday any day of the week from the Jazz 88.3 Speakeasy!

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Jazz In The Night Tuesday with Vince Outlaw, Midnight to 2 AM PT, Tuesday, July 25, 2017 on Jazz 88.3 KSDS FM San Diego Worldwide Jazz88.org


READ ON for Annotated Playlist, Coming Week Jazz and Blues Calendar Highlights, Birthdays, and On This Day In Jazz Milestones...

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Annotated Playlist for Jazz In The Night Tuesday January 16, 2018

Hour 1


01/16/2018  00:00 AM - Spike Robinson, Ken Peplowski, Scott Hamilton - Groovin' High - Concord Jazz - The Jeep Is Jumpin'

  • BIRTHDAY (Tuesday) January 16 - Spike Robinson 01/16/1930 100 [Saxophone] Kenosha, WI 2001

  • “Spike Robinson was an excellent American saxophonist who fell in love with London when he was posted there as part of a US Navy band in 1948, and ultimately settled in the city for good in 1989, having been a regular visitor over the years. His love for England extended to an enthusiasm for that most un-American of games, cricket.” [Jazz Saxophonist with Refined Tenor Style, JazzHouse.org]


BREAK (After Tune 1): Hour 1 Intro, Blog Post and Social Media Promo


01/16/2018  00:10 AM - Michelle Coltrane - Awakening - Blujazz - Moment's Notice


01/16/2018  00:14 AM - Bi-National Mambo Orchestra [History, Bill Cabellero.com] - Standards - I Remember You

  • IN CONCERT Tuesday, January 16 - Afro-Cuban Jazz (Jam) 10:00 PM - San Diego Latin Jazz Collective — Prohibition • 548 Fifth Ave, San Diego, CA 92101 (via Jazz 88.3 Jazz and Blues Calendar Jazz88.org/calendar)


BREAK:  


01/16/2018  00:24 AM - Euphoria Brass Band - Coast To Coast - Independent - The Homecoming Song

  • IN CONCERT Thursday, January 18 - Fresh Sound Series - 7:30 PM - Percussion Lovefest w/ Euphoria Brass Band and more — Bread & Salt • 1955 Julian Ave, Logan Heights, CA 92113 Jazz88.org/calendar


BOTTOM OF THE HOUR ID - Bill Caballero


01/16/2018  00:29 AM - Charles Mingus - Tijuana Moods [New Tijuana Moods] - Dizzy Moods

  • INSIDE ART INTERVIEW AUDIO REPLAY Dave speaks with Athenaeum Jazz Producer Dan Atkinson previews the Mingus Dynasty's "Tijuana Moods" concerts.

  • IN CONCERT Monday, January 22 - Athenaeum's 2017-2018 Season - Jazz 88.3 is so proud to support the Athenaeum's 2017-2018 season! Next Up: Mingus Dynasty: Tijuana Moods, happening Monday, January 22nd at TSRI at 7:30PM. Mingus Dynasty, composed of seven members of the Mingus Big Band, all leading jazz artists from New York City: Alex Sipiagin, trumpet; Wayne Escoffery, tenor sax; Brandon Wright, alto sax and flute; Ku-umba Frank Lacy, trombone & vocals; Theo Hill, piano; Boris Kozlov, bass; and Adam Cruz, drums. They come to Athenaeum Jazz to perform a rare revival of Charles Mingus’s celebrated 1957 album Tijuana Moods, documenting Mingus’s lively and compelling impressions of our neighboring city of Tijuana. A seminal figure in American music, Charles Mingus is considered alongside Duke Ellington as one of the most important composers in jazz history. For more information, or to purchase tickets, simply click here!


BREAK: San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar Highlights for Tuesday, January 16 through Monday, January 22


01/16/2018  00:43 AM - Ralph Peterson - Presents The Fo'tet Blue Note - Johnny Come Lately

  • IN CONCERT Tuesday, January 23, 8 PM PT - Jazz Live- Ralph Peterson Fo'tet - Jazz Live kicks off 2018 in a grand fashion. Drummer and leader Ralph Peterson comes to the Saville Theatre on Tuesday, January 23rd (8pm). Peterson has been one of the most in-demand drummer bandleaders for more than a quarter of a century. He has lead a number of influential ensembles which have continually pushed the envelope of imagination and improvisation. One of those ensembles is his Fo'tet. The concert is for Jazz 88 members only. As always, Thanks to Big Front Door Sandwich Shop for providing food for the Jazz Live artists. Remember, that good ole' parking pass and come hungry, because a food truck will be on site!


01/16/2018  00:48 AM - Steve Hobbs - Tribute To Bobby - N/A - El Sueno De Horace Silver


BREAK (Before Last Tune of Hour): Coming Up In Hour 2, Blog and Social Media Promo


01/16/2018  00:56 AM - Jazz From Keystone, Jeff Tain - Megawatts - SunnySide Records - Black Nile


Hour 2


01/16/2018 01:02 AM Benny Goodman Live At Carnegie Hall (1938) Columbia Jazz One O'Clock Jump

  • ON THIS DAY #OTD Tuesday, January 16 - Jazz is performed at Carnegie Hall for the first time in 1938. It featured Benny Goodman, Teddy Wilson and other surprise guests. Note: 60th Anniversary


BREAK (After Tune 1): Hour 2 Intro, Hour 1 Final Tune, Blog Post and Social Media Promo


01/16/2018  01:12 AM - Jodi Proznick - Sun Songs - N/A - Little Bluebird


01/16/2018  01:17 AM - Miles Davis - Birth Of The Cool - Rouge

  • ON THIS DAY #OTD (Sunday) January 21 - Miles Davis and Gil Evans record the legendary "Birth of the Cool" for Capitol records in 1949.


BREAK: Jazz 88.3 Development - Miles Davis - No Bad Notes


01/16/2018  01:24 AM - Ralph Moore - Who It Is You Are - Testifyin'

BOTTOM OF HOUR ID: Sue Palmer!


01/16/2018  01:30 AM - Chick Corea-Steve Gadd Band - Chinese Butterfly - N/A - Chick's Chums


BREAK: Jazz and Blues Birthdays and On This Day Milestones, January 16 through January 22


01/16/2018  01:44 AM - Count Basie & His Orchestra - The Best of Basie (Roulette Records ) - Roulette - Jive at Five

  • ON THIS DAY #OTD (Wednesday) January 17 - Basie's "new" band records for Clef records in 1952. “Basie, who had been forced to scale his group down to septet and octet dimensions for more than a year beginning in 1950, had begun recording with a powerful new 16-piece unit in April of 1951. Nine months on, this ensemble was well on the way to virtually redefining the art of big-band jazz.” [“1952”, AllMusic.com]


BREAK (Before Last Tune of Show): Blog and Social Media Promo, Jazz 88.3 Speakeasy Replay


01/16/2018  01:49 AM - Cedar Walton & George Coleman - Eastern Rebellion - Timeless - Bolivia

  • BIRTHDAY (Wednesday) January 17 - Cedar Walton 01/17/1934 100 [Piano] Pianist Dallas, TX 2013



San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar Highlights for Tuesday, January 16 through Monday, January 22


  • Tuesday, January 16
    • Afro-Cuban Jazz (Jam) 10:00 PM - San Diego Latin Jazz Collective — Prohibition • 548 Fifth Ave, San Diego, CA 92101 (via Jazz 88.3 Jazz and Blues Calendar Jazz88.org/calendar)
  • Wednesday, January 17
    • Blues Jam - Guest Jammer: Stoney B. The Blues Jam is in full-swing and happens every Wednesday night at Proud Mary's (located at the Ramada Inn: 5500 Kearny Mesa Road, 92111) from 6:30-9:30pm.
  • Thursday, January 18
    • Fresh Sound Series - 7:30 PM - Percussion Lovefest w/ Euphoria Brass Band and more — Bread & Salt • 1955 Julian Ave, Logan Heights, CA 92113 Jazz88.org/calendar
    • Jazz/Funk/Latin- 8:00 PM - Dave Scott & The New Jazz Groove — Harrah's Corked Lounge • 777 Harrah's Rincon Way, Valley Center, CA 92082 Jazz88.org/calendar

  • Friday, January 19
    • Jazz Happy Hour at The Handlery Hotel San Diego -  Saxophonist Ian Buss with NY percussionist, Diego Maldonado and Rob Thorsen
    • SD Dance Theater Presents: New Year with Janus! - San Diego Dance Theater Presents: New Year with Janus, happening Friday-Sunday, January 19th-21st at the Saville Theatre, right here on the San Diego City College campus! Choreography by Jean Isaacs, Trystan Loucado, and Gina and Kyle Sorensen performed by 12 of the region's most exciting dancers. Founded in 1972 as a 501(c)3 professional company, the San Diego Dance Theater (SDDT) has for 45 years enriched the cultural life of San Diego through countless dance concerts and training for young dancers. They are also known for their cross-border projects, site-specific Trolley Dances, summer dance workshops, and for the sheer beauty of our dancers. This is certainly one show you won't want to miss! For specific show times and/or to purchase tickets, simply click here!
  • Saturday, January 20
    • “Jazz a la Lighthouse” series on the legendary Lighthouse Cafe and All-Stars celebrating the Howard Rumsey centenary on Jazz Explorations, Saturdays, 7 to 10 AM PT> Jazz88.org/jazzexplorations  
    • Camarada's 2018 season is in full-swing! Up Next: "Villa-Lobos & Friends" happening Saturday, January 20th at Bread & Salt (6:30PM). Heitor Villa-Lobos--a nationally acclaimed Brazilian composer, Villa-Lobos’ music captures his audiences with his exotic style, primordial, and contrasting textures. But as he would tell you, he would not be the composer he is today if it wasn’t for his contemporaries: Claude Debussy, Maurice Ravel, and Johann Sebastian Bach. Be prepared to be immersed in the stories and influences of Heitor’s musical accomplishments, as well as some of his most famous works! This is bound to be one spectacular show! For further details, or to purchase tickets, click here!
  • Sunday, January 21
    • Gypsy Swing - 6:00 PM - Annual Django Fest ft Allison Adams Tucker, Patrick Berrogain, Joe Amato, Nora Germain, Evona Wascinski — Dizzy's (New Location) • 1717 Morena Blvd, San Diego, CA 92110 Jazz88.org/calendar
  • Monday, January 22
    • Athenaeum's 2017-2018 Season - Jazz 88.3 is so proud to support the Athenaeum's 2017-2018 season! Next Up: Mingus Dynasty: Tijuana Moods, happening Monday, January 22nd at TSRI at 7:30PM. Mingus Dynasty, composed of seven members of the Mingus Big Band, all leading jazz artists from New York City: Alex Sipiagin, trumpet; Wayne Escoffery, tenor sax; Brandon Wright, alto sax and flute; Ku-umba Frank Lacy, trombone & vocals; Theo Hill, piano; Boris Kozlov, bass; and Adam Cruz, drums. They come to Athenaeum Jazz to perform a rare revival of Charles Mingus’s celebrated 1957 album Tijuana Moods, documenting Mingus’s lively and compelling impressions of our neighboring city of Tijuana. A seminal figure in American music, Charles Mingus is considered alongside Duke Ellington as one of the most important composers in jazz history. For more information, or to purchase tickets, simply click here!
  • Future Events
    • Tuesday, January 23, 8 PM PT - Jazz Live- Ralph Peterson Fo'tet - Jazz Live kicks off 2018 in a grand fashion. Drummer and leader Ralph Peterson comes to the Saville Theatre on Tuesday, January 23rd (8pm). Peterson has been one of the most in-demand drummer bandleaders for more than a quarter of a century. He has lead a number of influential ensembles which have continually pushed the envelope of imagination and improvisation. One of those ensembles is his Fo'tet. The concert is for Jazz 88 members only. As always, Thanks to Big Front Door Sandwich Shop for providing food for the Jazz Live artists. Remember, that good ole' parking pass and come hungry, because a food truck will be on site!
    • JAZZ AT THE ATHENAEUM
      • RALPH MOORE QUARTET FEBRUARY 9
      • DAVE KING TRIO FEBRUARY 15
      • BEN ALLISON & THINK FREE FEBRUARY 22
      • CLAUDIA VILLELA / KENNY WERNER MARCH 2
    • San Diego Symphony's Winter Season! Jazz 88.3 is proud to support the San Diego Symphony as they present: "The Roots of Rhythm," happening Saturday, January 27th at Copley Symphony Hall (8PM)--part of the Jazz @ the Jacobs concert series! As part of the January “It’s About Time” festival, this concert will explore the origins and evolution of the various rhythmic styles that made their way from all over the world to America, becoming part of the modern jazz idiom. John Santos, one of the foremost exponents of Afro-Latin music in the world today (as both musician and historian), will survey jazz’s “root system” by way of his remarkable personal collection of percussion instruments in performance with several special guests.What better way to kick-off the new year than with a concert like this?! For more information, or to purchase tickets, click here!
    • Herbie Hancock heads La Jolla Music Society's 2017/18 jazz concert series lineup (George Varga, SDUT) -
      • La Jolla Music Society’s 2017/2018 jazz concert series at the Balboa Theatre.
      • March 7, 2018 - Legendary pianist and composer Herbie Hancock, a 14-time Grammy Award-winner, will perform March 7 (2018) as part of the It will be his first concert here since Hancock and fellow jazz keyboard giant Chick Corea’s joint performance at Copley Symphony Hall in early 2015.
      • April 28, 2018 - The series concludes with an April 28 (2018) concert by the Joey Alexander Trio, whose piano-playing leader is 13 and this year earned two Grammy Award nominations.

Jazz and Blues Birthdays and On This Day Milestones, January 16 through January 22

More where this comes from DAILY at Jazz88.org

  • Tuesday, January 16
    • Spike Robinson 01/16/1930 100 [Saxophone] Kenosha, WI 2001
    • Jazz is performed at Carnegie Hall for the first time in 1938. It featured Benny Goodman, Teddy Wilson and other surprise guests. Note: 60th Anniversary
  • Wednesday, January 17
    • Cedar Walton 01/17/1934 100 [Piano] Pianist Dallas, TX 2013
    • Cyrus Chestnut 01/17/1963 100 [Piano] Baltimore, MD
    • Basie's "new" band records for Clef records in 1952.
      • “Basie, who had been forced to scale his group down to septet and octet dimensions for more than a year beginning in 1950, had begun recording with a powerful new 16-piece unit in April of 1951. Nine months on, this ensemble was well on the way to virtually redefining the art of big-band jazz.” [“1952”, AllMusic.com]
  • Thursday, January 18
    • Bobby Broom 01/18/1961 100 [Guitar] Guitarist Harlem, NY
    • Steve Grossman 01/18/1951 100 [Tenor Saxophone] Saxophonist New York City
    • Illinois Jacquet's first Verve studio session was recorded in Los Angeles in 1951.
  • Friday, January 19
    • Horace Parlan 01/19/1931 100 [Piano] Pianist Pittsburgh, PA
    • Clifford Brown records "Laura", "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man", "Memories of You" and "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" with strings in 1955 in New York City.
  • Saturday, January 20
  • Sunday, January 21
    • Jason Moran 01/21/1975 100 [Piano] Houston, TX
    • Steve Gilmore 01/21/1943 0 [Bass] Bassist Trenton, NJ
    • Miles Davis and Gil Evans record the legendary "Birth of the Cool" for Capitol records in 1949.
  • Monday, January 22
    • Lizz Wright 01/22/1980 100 [Vocals-Lead] Hahira, GA
    • Juan Tizol 01/22/1900 100 [Trombone] Trombonist San Juan P.R. 1984
    • Anita O'Day leads her first Verve session in 1952.

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