Walter Becker Passes - Jazz in the Night Tuesday - September 5 2017
|On the Tuesday, September 5, 2017 installment of Jazz In The Night Tuesday (Weekly, Midnight to 2 AM PT), opens with birthday boys Sonny Rollins and Richie Powell and closes in tribute to Steely Dan's Walter Becker upon his passing with a classic Dan tune featuring Wayne Shorter, and in between I feature music from artists making their way to San Diego, celebrating birthday anniversaries, and more, plus a musical rundown of the upcoming week on the San Diego Jazz and Blues Scene and upcoming Jazz and Blues Birthdays and On This Day in Jazz Milestones! LISTEN LIVE or Replay Jazz In The Night Tuesday any day of the week from the Jazz 88.3 Speakeasy!|
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09/05/17 00:00 AM - Sonny Rollins - Plus Four - Blue Note - Valse Hot
09/05/17 00:11 AM Lorraine FeatherAges [LorraineFeather.com] Jazzed Media Old At 18/Dog Bowl
09/05/17 00:16 AM JAZZtecs JAZZtecs featuring Charles McPherson SDSU Math And Dynamite
BREAK: Wednesday Blues Jam at Proud Mary’s- This Week’s Guest Jammer: Len Rainey
09/05/17 00:26 AMGrant GeissmanBop! Bang! Boom!IODATexas Shuffle (featuring guitarist Albert Lee)
09/05/17 00:31 AM The Vinny Golia Quintet Out For Blood Nine Winds Records Puttin' The Monkey On
IN CONCERT - Jazz Live- Reedman Vinny Golia • Tuesday, September 12th - LISTEN TO JAZZ LIVE AUDIO PREVIEW - Jazz Live welcomes acclaimed reedman, Vinny Golia, as he marks his debut at the Saville Theatre. This composer, bandleader and multi-woodwind performer will be fronting a quintet for an unforgettable night of music. If you are a current Jazz88 member you can reserve up to two free tickets in the Speakeasy. For the general public, you can call Ken Borgers at 619-388-3301 to become a member or to purchase tickets. Thanks to Big Front Door Sandwich Shop for providing food for the Jazz Live artists. Remember, that good ole' parking pass and come hungry, as we'll have food trucks on site before the show!
BREAK: San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar Highlights for Tuesday, September 5 through Monday, September 11
09/05/17 00:43 AM Mikan Zlatkovich The Ramona Session Independent Walk Spirit, Talk Spirit
09/05/17 00:50 AM Hollis Gentry III For the Record Gintree Music On Green Dolphin Street
ON THIS DAY OTD: (Tuesday) September 5 - Saxophonist Hollis Gentry III died on this day in 2006, in Valencia Park. He was 51.
Hollis Gentry III: One of area's most vital musicians (Michael J. Williams, San Diego Union Tribune) : “Hollis never attained national acclaim, though he was widely known around Southern California and did have his flirtations with fame, having been a sideman with several artists of national renown, including guitarist Larry Carlton and vocalist Al Jarreau. He was an original member of Fattburger along with Evans and, after leaving and forming his own electric band, Neon, would return for appearances with that hugely popular pop-jazz outfit.”
Allmusic.com Review - For The Record (Dave Nathan): “The debut album of Hollis Gentry III has a musical program of classic and jazz standards. But don't be misled. This is not an album where Gentry and cohorts recite melody lines with a few nods to improvisation. Quite the contrary, this is a session featuring startling and imaginative extemporization right from the opening note.”
09/05/17 01:00 AM - Cal Tjader Sextet, Cal Tjader, Stan Getz - Stan Getz With Cal Tjader - Fantasy Records - Big Bear
09/05/17 01:07 AM Mildred Bailey The Rockin' Chair Lady (1931 - 1950) Decca Georgia on My Mind
09/05/17 01:10 AM Paul Combs Quartet The Things You All Are BoMuse Transcriptions One For Ken
09/05/17 01:16 AM Bruce Barth Three Things of Beauty HighNote Records / Savant Records / Fedora Records The Rushing Hour
BREAK: Car Donation
09/05/17 01:25 AM George Brooks with Zakir Hussain Night Spinner Independent Night Spinner
09/05/17 01:30 AM John Beasley Monk'estra Vol. 2 Mack Avenue Ugly Beauty/Pannonica
09/05/17 01:36 AM Katie Thiroux Off Beat Capri Records Happy Reunion
BREAK: Jazz and Blues Birthdays and On This Day Milestones, September 5 through September 11
09/05/17 01:45 AM Los Hombres Calientes: Irving Mayfield_Bill Summers Los Hombres Calientes, Vol. 2 Basin Street Records Ron's Groove
09/05/17 01:53 AM Steely Dan Footprints: The Life And Music Of Wayne Shorter Legacy Aja
San Diego Jazz and Blues Calendar Highlights for Tuesday, September 5 through Monday, September 11
Tuesday, September 5
City College Update - Dr. Ricky Shabazz, President of San Diego City College, addresses the community from the campus of San Diego City College, the flagship institution of the San Diego Community College District. His radio address, City College Update, airs monthly on the first Monday of every month (barring any holidays). The next airing is Tuesday, September 5th. LISTEN TO PAST ADDRESSES on the 'City College Update' Page.
EVENT: “Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World” Documentary by Oceanside Native Stevie Salas featuring, among 10 others, pioneering jazz vocalist Mildred Bailey, continues a run through Thursday at Landmark Theater’s Ken Cinema.
Friday, September 8
Saturday, September 9
Tuesday, September 5
RichiePowell09/05/1931100[Piano]Pianist/ComposerNew York City
Charles"Bobo"Shaw09/05/1947100[Drums and Percussion]DrummerPope, MS
Duke Ellington's band recorded "In a Mellow Tone" for Victor Records in 1940.
saxophonist Hollis Gentry III died on this day in 2006, in Valencia Park. He was 51.
Wednesday, September 6
BuddyBolden09/06/1877100[Cornet]CornetNew Orleans, LA
EddieDuran09/06/1925100[Guitar]GuitaristSan Fransisco, CA
The Benny Goodman Band recorded "Sugar Foot Stomp" for Victor Records in 1937.
Thursday, September 7
SonnyRollins09/07/1930100[Tenor Saxophone]Tenor SaxophonistNew York City
IrvinMayfield09/07/1977100[Trumpet]New Orleans, Louisiana
John Coltrane recorded "Tenor Conclave," "Just You, Just Me," "Bob's Boys" and "How Deep is the Ocean" for Prestige Records in 1956.
Friday, September 8
NorrisTurney09/08/1921100[Alto Saxophone] [Flute] [Tenor Saxophone]Alto SaxophonistWilmington, OH
JamesClay09/08/1935100[Tenor Saxophone]Tenor SaxophonistDallas, TX
Woody Herman, while between Herds, opens with an octet at the Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas for three months in 1954.
Saturday, September 9
ElvinJones09/09/1927100[Drums and Percussion]DrummerPontiac, MI
MichaelBuble09/09/1975100[Vocals-Lead]Burnaby, BC, Canada
Ben Webster recorded "Music With Feeling" complete with a full string section back in 1955.
Gene Ammons recorded "Bad Bossa Nova" for Prestige in 1962.
Sunday, September 10
RoyAyers09/10/1940100[Vibraphone]VibistLos Angeles, CA
LorraineFeather09/10/1948100[Vocals-Lead]New York City
Louis Armstrong recorded "Some of These Days" in 1929 for Okeh Records.
"Young Blood" was recorded by the Stan Kenton Orchestra in 1952 in Hollywood.
Monday, September 11
HarryConnick Jr.09/11/1967100[Piano] [Vocals-Lead]New Orleans, LA
Keyboardist, composer and co-founder of Weather Report, Joe Zawinul died on this date in 2007 in Vienna, Austria of skin cancer. He was 75.
Two albums were recorded on this day in 1956. They were "The Art Tatum/Ben Webster Quartet" and Blossom Dearie recorded her first session for Verve.
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