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This Is The New Jazz Thing Monday May 4 2015

This Is The New Jazz Thing Monday May 4 2015
Blog Name: The New Jazz Thing with Vince OutlawAuthor: Vince Outlaw , Social Media Marketing ManagerPosted on: May 4, 2015
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Jazz 88.3 San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar Highlights Week of May 4, 2015 

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

Maynard Ferguson Artist of the Week

Jazz Birthday’s
  • Monday, 5/4/15
    • Rudresh Manhanthappa, ‘71, Italy, Alto
    • Ron Carter, ‘37, Michigan, Bass
    • Maynard Ferguson, ‘28, Trumpet, Verndun Quebec
  • Tuesday, 5/5/15
    • Stanley Cowell, ‘41, piano, Ohio
  • Wednesday, 5/6/15
    • Bassists David Friesen (‘42) and Isla Eckinger (‘39)
  • Thursday, 5/7/15
    • Arthur Blythe, ‘40, Los Angeles, Sax - Made his home in San Diego.
  • Friday, 5/8/15
    • Pianists Keith Jarrett (‘45) and Mary Lou Williams (‘10)
    • Red Nichols, ‘05, Trumpet
  • Saturday, 5/9/15
    • Anthony Wilson, ‘68, Guitar - Son of Gerald, collaborator of many
    • Dennis Chambers, ‘59, drums / percussion
    • Tania Maria, ‘48, piano / vocal
  • Sunday, 5/10/15
    • Jimmy Ponder, ‘46, guitar
    • Mel Lewis, ‘29, drums / big band leader
On This Day In Jazz Highlights
  • Monday, 5/4/15
    • Duke Ellington and the Blanton/Webster band record "Cotton Tail", "Never No Lament" and "Don't Get Around Much Anymore" in 1940 in Hollywood.
  • Tuesday, 5/5/15
    • Charles Mingus records "Ah-Um" for Columbia Records in 1959
  • Wednesday, 5/6/15
    • Long-time San Diego resident, guitarist Barney Kessel, died here in 2004, of a brain tumor. He was 80.
    • Miles Davis recorded "The Maids of Cadiz" and "The Duke" that later became a part of the classic "Miles Ahead" recording for Columbia Records. The year was 1957.
  • Thursday, 5/7/15
    • Glenn Miller records "Chattanooga Choo-choo" in Los Angeles in 1941 for Bluebird Records.
  • Friday, 5/8/15
    • Oscar Peterson and Ray Brown record the album "Keyboard Music" in 1950. This marks their first session together for Verve Records.
  • Saturday, 5/9/15
    • Billie Holiday accompanied by Roy Eldridge records "God Bless the Child" in 1941 for Okeh records
  • Sunday, 5/10/15
    • Louis Armstrong and the Hot Sevens record "Alligator Crawl" and "Potato Head Blues" in 1927 for Okeh records in Chicago.
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