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The Jazz 88 Round Up With Vince Outlaw - March 19 2017

The Jazz 88 Round Up With Vince Outlaw - March 19 2017
Blog Name: Jazz 88.3 BlogAuthor: Vince Outlaw , Social Media Marketing ManagerPosted on: March 19, 2017
Welcome to the Sunday, March 19, 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 performance of the Dave Pell Octet at Jazz Live San Diego this past Tuesday and the announcement of our April Jazz Live performer, the opening of the 24th San Diego Latino Film Festival, and shows by Jazz 88.3 partners Jazz at the Jacobs and ArtPower San Diego. We also preview the upcoming week in the San Diego Jazz, Blues and Art Scene, what you can expect to hear on your favorite Jazz and Blues station this coming 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 Jazz 88.3 Round UP….


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

(00:00) INTRO MUSIC: Wayne Riker - “Funk Fry” from “Full Soul Ahead”


On this week’s round-up, we’ll recap the past week in jazz, including the performance of the Dave Pell Octet at Jazz Live San Diego this past Tuesday and the announcement of our April Jazz Live performer, the opening of the 24th San Diego Latino Film Festival, and shows by Jazz 88.3 partners Jazz at the Jacobs and ArtPower San Diego. We also preview the upcoming week in the San Diego Jazz, Blues and Art Scene, what you can expect to hear on your favorite Jazz and Blues station this coming 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 Jazz 88.3 Round UP….


The Week In Review - Monday, March 13 through Sunday, March 19, 2017


This past week,


(05:00) MUSIC:  The Dave Pell Octet at Jazz Live San Diego, Tuesday, March 14, 2017


(00:00) San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar Preview Week Starting Monday, March 20, 2017


  • Monday - March 20

    • The Clayton Brothers Quintet - Athenaeum's Jazz Series Continues!

      • Their Grammy© nominated quintet The Clayton Brothers, was originally founded in 1977, and while their paths would sometimes diverge, the brothers continued to share a common musical vision that would draw them back together.Their Grammy-nominated quintet celebrates the brothers’ unique musical vision, bristling with the kind of musical telepathy that could only come from tuned in siblings, accompanied by Eric Reed on piano, Terell Stafford on trumpet, and Obed Calvaire on drums.

      • Jazz 88.3 is very proud to support the Athenaeum's 2017 at the TSRI Hall on Torrey Pines. 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

    • 24th Annual San Diego Latino Film Festival, happening March 16th - 26th 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.

  • Tuesday - March 21

    • 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!

  • Wednesday - March 22

  • Thursday - March 23

  • Friday - March 24

  • Saturday - March 25

  • Sunday March 26


Keep an eye on Jazz88.org home page and blog for the latest happenings on San Diego Jazz, Blues, and Arts scene. Remember Jazz88.org


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.


(13:00) Music: Wayne Riker - “Funk Fry” from “Full Soul Ahead”


(19:00) Jazz 88.3 KSDS-FM San Diego On-Air Preview Week of March 20, 2017


  • Upcoming Artist of the Week - Harold Mabern [Wikipedia]

    • Born: March 20, 1936 (age 80) Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.

    • pianist and composer, principally in the hard bop, post-bop, and soul jazz fields.[1] He is described in The Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings as "one of the great post-bop pianists"

    • Mabern learned by watching and emulating pianists Charles Thomas and Phineas Newborn, Jr.[3]:34 Mabern attended Douglass High School,[4] before transferring to Manassas High School;[5] he played with Frank Strozier, George Coleman and Booker Little at this time, but was most influenced by pianist Newborn, Jr.[6]

    • He also developed by listening to Ahmad Jamal and others in clubs,[7] and "playing and practicing 12 hours a day" for the next five years,[3]:34 but he remained self-taught as a pianist.[4] Mabern went on to play with Walter Perkins' MJT + 3 and others in Chicago.

    • Mabern moved to New York City in 1959. According to his own account, he moved there with saxophonist Frank Strozier on November 21, 1959, checked in at a hotel and then went to Birdland, where he met Cannonball Adderley, who asked him if he wanted a gig. Mabern accepted, and was shown inside, where trumpeter Harry "Sweets" Edison, who was looking for a pianist to replace the soon-to-depart Tommy Flanagan, auditioned him and offered him the place.[6] A few weeks later, most of the members of this band then joined Jimmy Forrest for a recording in Chicago that resulted in the albums All the Gin Is Gone and Black Forrest, which were also the debut recordings for guitarist Grant Green.[9][10]

    • Mabern is a frequent instructor at the Stanford Jazz Workshop

  • Daily Specialty Show Features

    • Monday - March 20 - Portrait In Jazz with Joe Kocherhans (Monday - Thursday Noon-1pm PT): Marian McPartland

      • Celebrating our artist of the week, Harold Mabern’s 81st Birthday

      • DIGITAL: Jazz 88 Speakeasy Updated - Get Notification via FB / Twitter / Instagram.

    • Tuesday - March 21 -

      • Portrait In Jazz: Harold Mabern

    • Wednesday - March 22 - Portrait In Jazz: George Benson

    • Thursday - March 23- Portrait In Jazz: Lem Winchester

    • Friday - March 24 -

      • Inside Jazz: Isaac Smith and The Expression Band at The Westin

    • Saturday - March 25

    • Sunday - March 26


(21:00) Music: Harold Mabern - “To Wayne” from “Straight Street” (1992)


(26:00) 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

  • Jazz Live- Peter Sprague presents "Planet Cole Porter" - Tuesday, April 11, 2017 8-10pm PT - Peter Sprague takes hold of the classic songs of Cole Porter for our next Jazz Live on Tuesday, April 11th. Peter will be presenting these treasures in a new color of Samba, Funk, Salsa, and Jazz. “Just One of Those Things” swinging fast and morphing over to funk, “Love For Sale” taking a trip to Cuba, “Night and Day” arcing with the moon in Brazil...you get the picture. The band includes some of the best with Rebecca Jade on vocals, Tripp Sprague on sax and flute, Gunnar Biggs on bass, Duncan Moore on drums, and Peter Sprague on guitar. 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.

  • 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.


(28:00) Music: Peter Sprague - “Musica Del Mar” from “Musica Del Mar” (1983)


(29:00) Outro

  • NEXT Jazz 88 Round Up - Sunday, March 26, 2017, 7:30-8pm PT
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