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The Jazz 88 Round Up With Vince Outlaw - January 15 2017

The Jazz 88 Round Up With Vince Outlaw - January 15 2017
Blog Name: Jazz 88.3 BlogAuthor: Vince Outlaw , Social Media Marketing ManagerPosted on: January 15, 2017
Welcome to the Sunday, January 15, 2017 installment of The Jazz 88 Round Up on KSDS San Diego’s Jazz 88.3 and Jazz88.org. On the January 15, 2017 installment of the Round Up, we look back at this week’s Jazz Live San Diego featuring the Mark Dresser Quintet, the 2017 kick-off of the Jazz at the Jacobs series by the San Diego Symphony spotlighting West Coast Jazz, along with what was trending on Jazz 88 Social Media. We take a look at what’s happening on the Live Music scene in San Diego from the Jazz88.org San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar, what you will be hearing on your radio this week, and what’s up ahead for Jazz. So, lets get to the Round Up!

Now, on with the Jazz 88 Round Up....


(00:00) Introduction


I’m Vince Outlaw and this is The Jazz 88 Round Up!


(00:00) INTRO MUSIC: Mark Dresser Quintet - Jazz Live - “TrumpinPutinStoopin” (excerpt)


On the January 15, 2017 installment of the Round Up, we look back at this week’s Jazz Live San Diego featuring the Mark Dresser Quintet, the 2017 kick-off of the Jazz at the Jacobs series by the San Diego Symphony spotlighting West Coast Jazz, along with what was trending on Jazz 88 Social Media. We take a look at what’s happening on the Live Music scene in San Diego from the Jazz88.org San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar, what you will be hearing on your radio this week, and what’s up ahead for Jazz. So, lets get to the Round Up!


The Week In Review - Monday, January 9 through Sunday, January 15, 2017


This past week, Jazz 88.3’s own Jazz Live San Diego series kicked off 2017 with a performance of the Mark Dresser Quintet, who included Nicole Mitchell, Michael Dessen, Kjell Nordeson, and Joshua White. Playing music the Dresser’s newly acclaimed release “Sedimental You”, the audience in the Saville Theater was very attentive and appreciative of music that, in the words of Jazz reviewer Robert Bush, could help you “grow your ears”. The concert was followed by an interview with Mark which touched on his early musical upbringing, the performer-based writing and recording of “Sedimental You”, and his upcoming plans. The show concluded with a live in-studio preview of the next Jazz Live installment, with band leader and Jazz historian Paul Combs who will be leading a quintet of musicians including the great Bill Cunliffe in a celebration of the music of Jazz great Tadd Dameron on the 100th anniversary of his birth, Tuesday, February 21. Jazz 88 members can reserve their 2 free tickets right now in the Jazz 88 Speakeasy at Jazz88.org and if you aren’t a member, this is a great time to become one and begin your years-worth of free tickets to Jazz Live San Diego.


This past Saturday evening saw the 2017 opening of the Jazz at the Jacobs series by the San Diego Symphony and currated by San Diego trumpter Gilbert Castellanos, with “Birth of the Cool: A West Coast Jazz Salute”. We will give you information about upcoming shows in the series near the end of the Round Up and you can find out more at Jazz88.org.


On Jazz 88 Social Media (Facebook @KSDS San Diego, Twitter @Jazz88, Instagram @Jazz883)…

  • Facebook: Joe Pass Artist of the Week post

    • Mark Dresser concert video

    • Lori Bell “Brooklyn Dreaming” mention in the Best of 2016 lists in Downbeat and Huffington Post.

  • Twitter:

    • Joe Pass Artist of the Week post

    • Link reporting on the accident of Tower of Power members in Oakland being hit by a train. https://twitter.com/Jazz88/status/820317939836534784

    • Lorraine Castellanos Trio w Bob Boss, Dean Hulett TODAY! Happy Hour Friday 5:30pm  @HandlerySD!


(04:00) MUSIC: Mark Dresser Quintet - Jazz Live - “TrumpinPutinStoopin” (excerpt)


(08:00) San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar Preview Week Starting Monday, January 16, 2017


  • Monday - January 16

    • Jazz - Noon - Gilbert Castellanos Jazz Trio FREE — Lyceum Theate

  • Tuesday - January 17

    • Boogie Woogie - 7:30 PM - Sue Palmer Motel Swing Quintet — Tio Leo's • 5302 Napa St,

  • Wednesday - January 18

    • Jazz 88.3 Presents...6:30 PM - Wednesday Night Blues Jam — Proud Mary's• 5550 Kearny Mesa Rd, San Diego, CA 92111 - Guest Jammer: Janice Edwards, hosted by Blues 88.3 J Otis Williams - Home Page

    • Jazz - 6:00 PM - Gilbert Castellanos Presents The Young Lions Series at Panama 66 — Panama 66 @ SDMA • 1450 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101

      • 8:30 PM - Gilbert Castellanos Jam Session — Panama 66 @ SDMA • 1450 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101

  • Thursday - January 19

    • Big Band Jazz - 7:00 PM - An Evening of Jazz & Swing Dancing: Phil Crosby Jr, Sacha Boutros, Anna Danes, Chester A Whitmore, Nora German & Special Guests! — Music Box

    • Jam Session 7:00 PM - Bill Caballero Latin Jazz Jam — Border X Brewing

  • Friday - January 20

  • Saturday - January 21

    • 6:30 PM - Douglas Kvandal LiveJazz Quartet featuring Jazz 88.3’s Late Evening Tuesday Jazz host, drummer Jeff Dalrymple — Kings Inn

    • Jazz Rock Fusion - 8:30 PM - Mattson 2 — Casbah

  • Sunday - January 22

    • Jazz Gospel - 9:00 AM - Janet Hammer Group Soul Notes also at 11am — Unity Center

    • Jazz - 5:00 PM - Sounds Like Four — Cafe Bar Europa


Turn to the San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar at Jazz88.org anytime you are looking to support your local Jazz musicians and presenters. And if you are one of those musicians or presenters, get your gig on the calendar for Free...just follow the link at Jazz88.org/calendar.


(12:00) Music: Charlie Arbelaez featuring Matt Hall - “Appointment in Ghana” from “Charlie Arbelaez”


(17:00) Jazz 88.3 KSDS-FM San Diego On-Air Preview Week of January 9, 2016


  • Upcoming Artist of the Week - Cyrus Chestnut

    • Cyrus Chestnut Biography at AllMusic.com by Ken Dryden - Born: January 17, 1963 in Baltimore, MD

    • An adept jazz pianist, Cyrus Chestnut balances his lithe technical skill with a robust, soulful style that speaks to his deep gospel roots and love of swinging hard bop. A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Chestnut first studied piano with his father at the age of five, with official lessons beginning two years later. By the age of nine, he was enrolled in the prep program at the Peabody Institute. He graduated from Berklee with a degree in jazz composition and arranging.

    • ...working with a number of top-notch musicians (Jon Hendricks, Betty Carter, Terence Blanchard, and Donald Harrison) before finally recording his first solo CD at the age of 30.

    • In 2015, Chestnut released his debut album for HighNote, the trio effort A Million Colors in Your Mind, which featured backing from bassist David Williams and drummer Victor Lewis. For his second HighNote effort, 2016's Natural Essence, the pianist was joined by bassist Buster Williams and drummer Lenny White.

  • Daily Specialty Show Features

    • Monday - January 16 - Portrait In Jazz with Joe Kocherhans (Monday - Friday Noon-1pm PT): Cedar Walton

    • Tuesday - January 17 - Portrait In Jazz: Cyrus Chestnut

    • Wednesday - January 18 - Portrait In Jazz: Steve Grossman

    • Thursday - January 19 -

    • Friday - January 20 -

    • Saturday - January 21

    • Sunday - January 22

      • Back with the next Jazz 88 Round UP, 7:30-8pm PT


(20:00) Music: Cyrus Chestnut - “Mamacita” from “Natural Essence” (2016)


(25:00) Upcoming in San Diego Jazz and Beyond


  • San Diego Blues Club Caravan - March 11, 2017- Saturday, Longer Hours, More Busses - BETTER! Pair of tickets as an incentive. 619-388-3301

  • Jazz @ the Jacobs 2016-2017 Season

    • SAT MAR 18—8pm - SHE’S GOT THAT SWING: WOMEN IN JAZZ

      • Jazz @ The Jacobs is proud to present this concert featuring some of today’s most vital female jazz artists: violinist Regina Carter, bassist Katie Thiroux, alto saxophonist Grace Kelly, jazz vocalist Dena DeRose, percussionist Tina Raymond and jazz flute legend Holly Hofmann. Popular local trio Besos de Coco will open the concert.

  • Camarada’s 2016-2017 Season -

    • Tango Obsession | REMIXX @ Bread & Salt - February 18 @ 6:30 pm - 7:45 pm - Bread & Salt

      • Music by Astor Piazzolla, Carlos Gardel, Angel Villoldo, & Mike Mower flute, violin, accordion, guitar, bass, piano, percussion

  • La Jolla Music Society Jazz Concert Series 2016-2017 - Branford Marsalis Quartet, with special guest Kurt Elling, February 10, 2017

  • Athenaeum Jazz 2017 Season At The Library in La Jolla and Art Center at Bread & Salt in Barrio Logan

    • Donald Harrison Quartet - Saturday, February 4, 2017

      • The winter series opens on Saturday, February 4 with an Athenaeum debut by the Donald Harrison Quartet, featuring Harrison on alto sax, Zaccai Curtis on piano, Max Moran on bass and Darryl Staves on drums. Harrison has had a stellar career as a leader and collaborator with artists including Art Blakey, Roy Haynes, Lena Horne, Ron Carter, Billy Cobham, Eddie Palmieri, Dr. John, McCoy Tyner, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Miles Davis, Notorious BIG, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. A native of the birthplace of jazz, New Orleans, he is Big Chief of the Congo Nation Afro-New Orleans Cultural Group, which keeps alive the seminal traditions of Congo Square.

    • Edmar Castaneda Trio - Tuesday, February 14, 2017

    • Mark Turner / Ethan Iverson - Saturday, February 25, 2017

    • Ralph Towner - Thursday, March 2, 2017

    • Claudia Villela / Vitor Goncalves - Jazz at the Athenaeum Art Center

  • A Celebration of the music of Tadd Dameron - Jazz Live San Diego - February 21, 2017

    • February is Black History Month and Jazz Live will be celebrating one of the architects of modern jazz composition and orchestration, Tadd Dameron. The concert will be on February 21st at 8pm and it will feature saxophonist and the world's foremost expert on Tadd Dameron, Paul Combs. His quintet along with special guest, pianist Bill Cunliffe will be playing Tadd's compositions all night long for this very special evening of music. If you are a valid Jazz 88 member you can reserve up to 2 free tickets in the Speakeasy. For the general public you can purchase tickets for $10 by calling 619-388-3301.


(28:00) Music: Tadd Dameron - “Gnid” from “Mating Call” (1956)


NEXT Jazz 88 Round Up - Sunday, January 22, 2016, 7:30-8pm PT

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