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This Is The New Jazz Thing Monday April 27 2015

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Posted on:April 27, 2015

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This Is The New Jazz Thing For Monday April 27 2015

READ THE FULL ARTICLE for more details on EVERYTHING from tonight's show! Website Highlights For The Week of 2015.04.27

Jazz 88.3 On-Air Highlights For The Week of 2015.04.27

Jazz 88.3 Jazz and Blues Calendar Preview Week of April 27, 2015

  • Sponsored by Del Mar Village Association and Pop-Up Culture shows every Saturday 5-7pm PT at L'Auberge Amphitheater in Del Mar through May.
  • Wednesday Night Blues Jam at Proud Mary’s 6:30-9:30pm - J Otis host
  • Saturday, 5/2 The Oceanside Jazz Festival Band Competition kicks off at 9 at Miracosta College and then it wraps up with a concert by the great Benny Golson at 7:30 pm 
    • JAZZ 88 SPEAKEASY GIVEAWAY! Deadline To Enter Wednesday!
    • Benny Golson played Jazz Live San Diego, Tuesday, November 13,'s the Jazz Live Interview...

  • Sunday Blues Brunch at Proud Mary’s 11am to 3pm - Sue Palmer
  • Sunday Jazz Jam RETURNS at Old Venice Restaurant in Point Loma 6-8pm PT
  • Concerts, Weeklies, Jam sessions...they are all on the Jazz 88.3 San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar at

Artist of the Week / Jazz Birthday’s / On This Day In Jazz at

  • Artist of the Week:Modern Jazz Quartet
  • Jazz Birthday’s
    • Monday 4/27 Connie Kay, Drums, Tuckahoe, NY - MJQ
    • Tuesday 4/28 - Steve Khan, 1947, Guitar, Los Angeles
    • Blossom Dearie, 1926, Piano / Vocal, East Durham, NY
    • Wed 4/29 - Dave Valentine, ‘52, Flute, NTC - Jazz Live perfomer 10/9/2007, Jazz Live Video

    • Duke Ellington, 1899, Washington DC
    • Thurs 4/30 - Percy Heath, ‘23, Bass, Wilmington NC, MJQ 
    • Fri 5/1 - Ambrose Akinmusire, ‘82, Trumpet, Oakland CA
    • Shirley Horn, ‘34, Vocal / Piano, Washington, D-2005
    • Sat 5/2 - Richard Groove Holmes, ‘31, Organ, Camden NJ
    • Lorenz Hart, 1895, Lyricist (w Richard Rodgers) “My Funny Valentine”, “Bewitched, Bothered, Bewildered”, “The Lady Is A Tramp”, “This Can’t Be Love”
    • Sun 5/3 - James Brown, ‘33, Vocal, Barnwell SC
    • Bing Crosby, ‘03, Vocal, Tacoma WA
  • On This Day In Jazz Highlights
    • 4/27 Bud Powell records "Piano Interpretations" for Norgran records in 1955.                                      (REFERENCE POW-BU-16)
    • 4/28 Jack Teagarden records "I Got a Right to Sing the Blues" in 1939 for the Brunswick label.
    • Singer Anita O'Day joins the Kenton band in 1944.
    • 4/29 Miles Davis and his sextet first records “Blue ‘N’ Boogie” and “Walkin’ for Prestige Records in Hackensack , NJ, 1954.
    • Trombonist Miff Mole died in New York City in 1961.  He was 63.
    • 4/30 Frank Sinatra cuts his first date with Capitol records in 1953.  The session produced "I've Got The World on a String".  Sinatra and Nelson Riddle would go on to do 14 lp's together over the next 9 years for capitol.
    • 5/1 Bud Powell recorded "A Night in Tunisia", "It Could Happen To You" and "Parisian Thoroughfare" in 1951 at WOR studios in New York City.      
    • 5/2 Ella Fitzgerald with Chick Webb's band records "A-tisket a-tasket" for Decca records in 1938.
    • 5/3 Gene Ammons records "Preachin'" for Prestige in 1962.      

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