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San Diego Jazz Club Caravan Preview - July 25 2017

San Diego Jazz Club Caravan Preview - July 25 2017
Blog Name: Jazz In The Night TuesdayAuthor: Vince Outlaw , Social Media Marketing ManagerPosted on: July 24, 2017
On the Tuesday, July 25, 2017 installment of Jazz In The Night Tuesday (Weekly, Midnight to 2 AM PT), the 2nd Annual San Diego Jazz Club Caravan is in the spotlight with music from many of the performers, including Steph Johnson, Rob Thorsen, Sue Palmer, Kamau Kenyatta, and Gilbert Castellanos, plus a musical rundown of the upcoming week on the San Diego Jazz and Blues Scene and upcoming Jazz and Blues Birthdays and On This Day in Jazz Milestones! LISTEN LIVE or Replay Jazz In The Night Tuesday any day of the week from the Jazz 88.3 Speakeasy!

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 Music, Links, Birthdays, On This Day In Jazz and more...

Annotated Playlist for Jazz In The Night Tuesday July 25, 2017

07/25/17 00:00 AM Sue Palmer, Motel Swing Orchestra Live At Dizzy'S Palmer Motel Swing Music Walkin'

07/25/17 00:07 AM Steph Johnson Music Is Art Steph Johnson Music Feel Better

07/25/17 00:12 AM The Don Ellis Electric Orchestra Electric Bath Columbia/Legacy Indian Lady

  • Birthday: Don Ellis 07/25/1934 100 [Trumpet] Trumpeter Los Angeles, CA 1978


BREAK: Jazz Club Caravan

BREAK: Dr. Ricky Shabazz


07/25/17 00:24 AM Dr. John Trippin' Live Wind-Up Records Such A Night

07/25/17 00:31 AM Joe Beck Relaxin' Digital Music Products Mica's Dream

  • Saturday, July 29 - Joe Beck 07/29/1945 100 [Guitar] Guitarist Philadelphia, PA 2008


BREAK: What’s Happening In Live San Diego Jazz and Blues Scene This Week


07/25/17 00:42 AM Kamau Kenyatta Destiny Mr. D.C.

07/25/17 00:51 AM Duke Ellington 1969 All-Star White House Tribute Blue Note Things Ain't What They Used To Be

  • #OTD: (Sunday) July 30 - Duke Ellington recorded his son Mercer's composition "Things Ain't What They Used to Be" for Bluebird Records in 1945.

07/25/17 00:57 AM Matthew Whitaker Outta The Box Jazz Foundation of America, Inc. I Thought About You


Hour 2

07/25/17 01:02 AM Paul Combs Quartet The Things You All Are BoMuse Transcriptions All The Things You Are

07/25/17 01:13 AM Annie Ross King Pleasure Sings/Annie Ross Sings Prestige Records Twisted

  • Birthday: Tuesday, July 25 - Annie Ross 07/25/1930 100 [Vocals-Lead] Vocalist Micham, England

07/25/17 01:15 AM Gilbert Castellanos Underground Seedling Records High Febvre


BREAK: Blues Jam

BREAK: Car Donation


07/25/17 01:25 AM Darek Oles' Coltrane's Sound Jazz Live San Diego Tuesday July 18 2017 Tim Pinch A Night Has A Thousand Eyes

07/25/17 01:33 AM Rob Thorsen Lasting Impression Pacific Coast Jazz Giant Steps


07/25/17 01:43 AM Nnenna Freelon Maiden Voyage Concord Records Inc. Sepia Wing

  • Birthday - (Friday) July 28 - Nnenna Freelon 07/28/1954 100 [Vocals-Lead] Cambridge, MS

07/25/17 01:51 AM John Beasley Presents MONK'estra Mack Avenue Records Little Rootie Tootie

  • Bayside Summer Nights 2017 - John Beasley presents MONK'estra - Thursday, August 24, 2017

  • John Beasley played at Jazz Live San Diego on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 as part of Peter Erskine’s Dr. Um Band!

San Diego Jazz And Blues Calendar Highlights, July 25 through July 31

THIS WEEKS Events

  • Tuesday, July 25

  • Wednesday, July 26

  • Thursday, July 27

    • Bayside Summer Nights 2017: New Orleans Jazz Featuring Dr. John and Euphoria Brass Band

    • Damien Escobar at HOB - Acclaimed violinist, Damien Escobar will be gracing the House of Blues stage Thursday, July 27th at --doors at 7PM, show at 8PM! Damien is currently promoting his newest single, Get Up And Dance, which is the lead single from his second solo album, “Boundless”

    • Sunset Poolside Jazz at The Westgate Hotel - Steph Johnson Quartet: Steph Johnson Voice/Guitar, Melonie Grinnell Piano, Rob Thorsen Bass, Richard Sellers Drums

      • August Happy Hour Artists Announced:

        • 8/4- Lower Left Trio featuring Mikan Zlatkovich, Antar Martin and Barry Farrar.

        • 8/11- Trumpeter Curtis Taylor is back with pianist Kamau Kenyatta and bassist Rob Thorsen.

        • 8/18- Former San Diego bassist, Paul Gormley  for a night with pianist Mike Wofford and drummer Jim Plank.

        • 8/25- Guitarist Bob Boss presents pianist Jaeryoung Lee and bassist Rob Thorsen.

  • Friday, July 28

  • Saturday, July 29

  • Sunday, July 30

  • Monday, July 31

Jazz and Blues Birthdays and On This Day Milestones, July 25 through July 31

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  • Tuesday, July 25

    • Johnny Hodges 07/25/1907 100 [Alto Saxophone] [Clarinet] Alto Saxophonist Cambridge, MA 1970.

    • Don Ellis 07/25/1934 100 [Trumpet] Trumpeter Los Angeles, CA 1978

    • Annie Ross 07/25/1930 100 [Vocals-Lead] Vocalist Micham, England

    • Brian Blade 07/25/1970 100 [Drums and Percussion] Shreveport, LA

  • Wednesday, July 26

    • Erskine Hawkins 07/26/1914 100 [Band Leader] [Trumpet] Bandleader Birmingham, AL 1993

    • Joanne Brackeen 07/26/1938 100 [Piano] Pianist/Composer Ventura, CA

    • Charlie Persip 07/26/1929 100 [Drums and Percussion] Drummer Morristown, NJ

    • Count Basie's band recorded "April in Paris" in 1955 for Verve Records.

    • Chet Baker cut "Minor Yours" and "Sweet Lorraine" for Pacific Jazz Records in 1956.

  • Thursday, July 27

    • Charlie Shoemake 07/27/1937 100 [Vibraphone] Vibist Houston, TX

    • Dale Fielder 07/27/1956 100 [Baritone Saxophone] East Liverpool, OH

    • Erroll Garner recorded his signature "Misty" for Mercury Records in Chicago in 1954

    • The Count Basie Band with vocalist Joe Williams cut the classic "Every Day I Have the Blues" in 1955 in New York City.

  • Friday, July 28

    • Jim Hughart 07/28/1936 0 [Bass] Bassist Minneapolis, MN

    • Delfeayo Marsalis 07/28/1965 100 [Trombone] New Orleans, LA

    • Nnenna Freelon 07/28/1954 100 [Vocals-Lead] Cambridge, MS

    • Nat King Cole, at the age of 19, cut his first record with Eddie Coles' Solid Swingers in 1936 for Decca Records. The tune was "Honey Hush".

    • Ella Fitzgerald recorded her album "Ella at Juan-les Pins" in 1964 for Verve Records.

  • Saturday, July 29

    • Charlie Christian 07/29/1916 100 [Guitar] [Guitar-Electric] Guitarist Dallas, TX 1942

    • Joe Beck 07/29/1945 100 [Guitar] Guitarist Philadelphia, PA 2008

    • Don Redman 07/29/1900 100 [Alto Saxophone] [Arranger] [Clarinet] [Composer] [Saxophone] [Vocals] Composer/Arranger Piedmont, WV 1964

    • Miles Davis began recording the classics "Here Come De Honey Man," "You is My Woman Now," It Ain't Necessarily So," "Fisherman" and "Strawberry and Devil Crab" for Columbia Records back in 1958.

  • Sunday, July 30

    • James Spaulding 07/30/1937 100 [Flute] [Saxophone] Saxophonist/Flutist Indianapolis, IN

    • David Sanborn 07/30/1945 100 [Alto Saxophone] Alto Saxophonist Tampa, FL

    • Kevin Mahogany 07/30/1958 100 [Vocals-Lead] Kansas City, MO

    • Buddy Guy 07/30/1936 100 [Guitar-Electric] [Vocals-Lead] Lettsworth, LA

    • Duke Ellington recorded his son Mercer's composition "Things Ain't What They Used to Be" for Bluebird Records in 1945.

    • Duke's stellar bassist, Jimmy Blanton died on this day in Los Angeles back in 1942. He was just 24 years old.

    • Charlie Parker recorded his classic composition "Confirmation" for Verve Records.

    • 1940, Gene Krupa cut "Rhumboogie" for Okeh Records.

  • Monday, July 31

    • Hank Jones 07/31/1918 100 [Piano] Pianist Vicksburg, MS 2010

    • Kenny Burrell 07/31/1931 100 [Guitar] Guitarist Detroit, MI

    • Stanley Jordan 07/31/1959 100 [Guitar] Guitarist Chicago, IL

    • The Harry James Band with vocalist Helen Forrest recorded "I've Heard That Song Before" in 1942. It was the day before the record ban brought on by World War II and it was to be Harry James last recording until November of 1944.

    • Louis Armstrong and Oscar Peterson recorded "I Get a Kick Out of You," "Makin' Whoopee," "Willow Weep for Me" and "Lets Do It" in 1957 for Verve Records.



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