The Jazz 88 Round Up With Vince Outlaw - March 12 2017
Welcome to the Sunday, March 12, 2017 installment of The Jazz 88 Round Up on KSDS San Diego’s Jazz 88.3 and Jazz88.org. I’m Vince Outlaw and on this week’s round-up, we’ll recap the past week in jazz, including the Athenaeum Music and Arts hosted music at their Art Center at Bread and Salt in Barrio Logan AND shared their upcoming concert series at the TSRI Hall on Torrey Pines with us at Jazz 88.3. Our partners at Cafe Bar Europa featured a San Diego Blues Club Caravan preview, and we shared a 2007 Jazz Live San Diego interview with Dave Valentin as we mourned his passing this past Wednesday, March 8. We also preview the upcoming week in San Diego Jazz and Blues, including The Dave Pell Octet at the Saville Theater for Jazz Live San Diego, what you can expect to hear on your favorite Jazz and Blues station next week, including the new Artist of the Week, and a look ahead a little further into our Jazz and Blues future...it’s all coming up, so Let’s Get On With The Round UP….
Now, on with the Jazz 88 Round Up....
(00:00) INTRO MUSIC: Dave Valentin - “Last Minute” (excerpt) from “Pure Imagination” (2011)
On this week’s round-up, we’ll recap the past week in jazz, including the Athenaeum Music and Arts hosted music at their Art Center at Bread and Salt in Barrio Logan AND shared their upcoming concert series at the TSRI Hall on Torrey Pines with us at Jazz 88.3. Our partners at Cafe Bar Europa featured a San Diego Blues Club Caravan preview, and we shared a 2007 Jazz Live San Diego interview with Dave Valentin as we mourned his passing this past Wednesday, March 8. We also preview the upcoming week in San Diego Jazz and Blues, including The Dave Pell Octet at the Saville Theater for Jazz Live San Diego, what you can expect to hear on your favorite Jazz and Blues station next week, including the new Artist of the Week, and a look ahead a little further into our Jazz and Blues future...it’s all coming up, so Let’s Get On With The Round UP….
The Week In Review - Monday, March 6 through Sunday, March 12, 2017
This past week,
(03:00) MUSIC: Dave Valentin - “Last Minute” from “Pure Imagination” (2011)
(08:00) San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar Preview Week Starting Monday, March 13, 2017
Monday - March 13
Tuesday - March 14
The Dave Pell Octet at Jazz Live San Diego in the Saville Theater at San Diego City College at 8pm: One of the founding fathers of West Coast Jazz, saxophonist Dave Pell, will be coming to Jazz Live on Tuesday, March 14. Dave will be bringing his usual octet (Bobby Efford- Baritone, Carl Saunders- Trumpet, Scott Whitfield- Trombone, Charles Bergman- Piano, Barry Zweig- Guitar, Richard Simon- Bass, Ray Brinker- Drums) for a night of music that you won't forget. If you are a valid Jazz 88 member you can reserve your tickets in the Speakeasy. For the general public, you can purchase tickets by calling 619-388-3301. Please print the parking pass to make you legit. MORE ON DAVE PELL OCTET...
Wednesday - March 15
Thursday - March 16
24th Annual San Diego Latino Film Festival, happening March 16th - 20th at Fashion Valley Mall. It's your chance to celebrate diversity while taking in the best of Latino cinema with dramas and comedies featuring your favorite stars, including Demian Bichir, Eva Longoria, Angelica Maria and more! There will also be live concerts, incredible Latin food, courtesy of Sabor and much more! For ticket information and show listings click here, or call: (619) 230-1938.
Friday - March 17
Saturday - March 18
Sunday March 19
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: The Dave Pell Octet - “Why Do You Supposed” from “Sunday Afternoon at the Lighthouse” (February 20, 2005)
(16:00) Jazz 88.3 KSDS-FM San Diego On-Air Preview Week of March 13, 2017
Upcoming Artist of the Week - Terence Blanchard [calendar, projects, social media]
Born: Born: March 13, 1962, New Orleans, LA
Terence Blanchard [Wikipedia]
an American jazz trumpeter, bandleader, composer, arranger, and film score composer.
Since Blanchard emerged on the scene in 1980 with the Lionel Hampton Orchestra and then shortly thereafter with Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers, he has been a leading artist in jazz. He was an integral figure in the 1980s jazz resurgence, having recorded several award-winning albums and having performed with the jazz elite.
He is known as a straight-ahead artist in the hard bop tradition but has recently[when?] developed an African-fusion style of playing that makes him unique from other trumpeters on the performance circuit. It is as a film composer that Blanchard reaches his widest audience. His trumpet can be heard on nearly fifty film scores; more than forty bear his compositional style.
Since 2000, Blanchard has served as artistic director at the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz. As of August 2011, he was named the artistic director of the Henry Mancini Institute at the University of Miami Frost School of Music. In the fall of 2015 he was named a visiting scholar in jazz composition at Berklee College of Music.
Daily Specialty Show Features
Monday - March 13 - Portrait In Jazz with Joe Kocherhans (Monday - Friday Noon-1pm PT): Blue Mitchell
Celebrating our artist of the week, Terence Blanchard’s 55th Birthday
DIGITAL: Jazz 88 Speakeasy Updated - Get Notification via FB / Twitter / Instagram.
Tuesday - March 14 -
Wednesday - March 15 - Portrait In Jazz: Charles Lloyd
Thursday - March 16- Portrait In Jazz: Tommy Flanagan
Friday - March 17 -
Saturday - March 18
Sunday - March 19
(19:00) Music: Terence Blanchard - “Samadhi” from “Breathless” (2015)
(23:00) Upcoming in San Diego Jazz and Beyond
Athenaeum's Jazz Series Continues! Jazz 88.3 is very proud to support the Athenaeum's 2017 season at the Library and Art Center and TSRI. The Clayton Brothers Quintet (March 20th), the Joe Lovano Classic Quartet (April 7th) and Bill Charlap and Renee Rosnes (May 9th)--all at TSRI Hall. The Athenaeum is a 501(c) 3 and is devoted exclusively to music and art! To become a member of the Athenaeum and/or for more information, simply visit Jazz88.org
The 26th Annual San Diego Music Awards will take place at House of Blues on Tuesday, March 21st! Doors open at 6PM, with a pre-show TV taping of Tonight in San Diego! Proceeds from the San Diego Music Awards help to purchase guitars for San Diego County schools, via a partnership between the San Diego Music Foundation and El Cajon's Taylor Guitars. To purchase tickets, or for more information, visit Jazz88.org!
The Inaugural San Diego Blues Caravan- Tuesday, April 18! The first-ever KSDS San Diego Blues Club Caravan will take place Tuesday, April 18, beginning at 7PM! About a dozen clubs will be participating. We'll have buses going from club to club, stopping about every 10-15 minutes. With your Caravan pass, you can start at any participating venue, stay as long or as little as you like, then board the bus to the next club. There are no minimums at any of the venues; buy food and drink, or not, as you choose. Any time you like, take the bus back to where you started. Details on specific clubs and bands will be available closer to the date of the Caravan. For more information please call Ken Borgers at (619) 388-3301.
(25:00) Music: The Clayton Brothers - “Big Daddy Adderleys” from “Brother to Brother” (2008)
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Pat Launer's Center Stage