: Soweto Gospel Choir
, December 20th
at The Jacobs Center
, celebrating the inspirational power of African Gospel music with two special holiday performances (Matinee Show: 4PM; Evening Show: 7:30PM) by the world renown Soweto Gospel Choir. Dedicated to sharing the joy of faith through music, the 20-strong choir has been called “powerful” and “jubilant” by the LA Times. Expect engaging performances of traditional hymns as well as lively renditions of contemporary pop. Don’t miss the only performances the choir will do in San Diego this year! To purchase tickets, simply click here
|Jazz 88.3 is proud to support the Lafayette Hotel's (SOLD OUT!) annual New Year's Eve bash, happening, naturally, on Thursday, December 31st! This year's theme: Mystère in the French Quarter-- bringing you the rich culture and history of New Orleans to you! Full of excitement, intrigue, and the city’s most talented musicians, this year’s party will be bigger and better than the last. As you enter, the FRENCH QUARTER greets you with its lively nightlife of inspiring entertainment and silly characters. To the east, the Louisiana Ballroom turns into The Bayou, the banks of a hidden town known for its good ol’ fashion fun chock full of rhythm and blues. Underground, our main stage is the Voodoo Lounge which will beckon you with its mysterious energy and danceable vibes. Come for an unforgettable night – leave with timeless memories.|
|San Diego's Jazz 88.3 Twitter community includes a vibrant list of on-air hosts and staff that are sharing Jazz links, pictures, and images on Twitter both during their shows and between shows when they are socializing with listeners and jazz fans from around the world and sharing the best in Jazz links. Here are some quick links to get you connected with Jazz 88.3 on Twitter...|
- @Jazz88 - San Diego's Jazz 88.3 Twitter Feed: Links to trending Jazz News and Conversations, reviews of Jazz and other music albums, concerts, and events, and retweets from Jazz 88.3 partners and listeners. Let us know when you are listening with a @Jazz88 tag or use the #Jazz88 hashtag!
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When you want to tune your radio, computer, or mobile device to the best blues music around, any time of the day or night, programmed LIVE by hosts who love the blues, KSDS-FM San Diego's Jazz 88.3 is the place to be.
Janine gives you a taste starting Saturday at Midnight with Blues Up Front, then the Saturday night blues party gets started at 7pm kicking off with Second Line Parade with Drew, Every Shade of Blue with Michael, Honkin' and Screamin' with Raymond, I've Got Blues For You with J Otis, and finishing off the spirit on Sunday morning at 6am with the Gospel Gathering and Janine. And if you want the blues WHEN YOU WANT THEM, then turn to the Jazz 88 Speakeasy where Full Programs
of many of these show are available for you to stream on-demand. And when you include the weekly Jazz 88.3 Blues Jam at Proud Mary's
, you've got Blues Radio in San Diego!
READ THE FULL ARTICLE for links to all of our blue shows and playlists, blues hosts pages, Jazz 88 Speakeasy, and more...
Jazz 88.3's trip to Cuba March 25th to the 31st is almost sold out. We have ONE RESERVATION LEFT and we're continuing to take reservations, in case of a cancellation prior to departure. Soooo... If you would like to go to Cuba, now's your chance. Call Earthbound Expeditions at area code 206 842-9775. If it does sell out and a cancellation should occur, names will be added to the trip in the order received. Hold your spot, just in case! Call 206 842-9775!
La Jolla Music Society's
jazz concert series will conclude TONIGHT
with Grammy winner, Keb’ Mo
to the Inside Art Interview
The show will take place at the historic Balboa Theatre
located in the heart of downtown. And--if you become a La Jolla Music Society subscriber, you'll save when you buy tickets for this concert. To purchase tickets or for more information, simply click here
Jazz 88.3 is proud to support the San Diego Symphony
as they present: “Jazz @ The Jacobs
" -- only one incredible concert remains, beautifully curated by the ever so talented Gilbert Castellanos
! The next show is Gregory Porter
, THIS Saturday
. Tickets are almost gone, but there's still a few left--simply click here
|Mark your calendars, everyone because The Bad Plus Joshua Redman will hit the Music Box stage TONIGHT(!) at 8PM! The Bad Plus came together at the end of the 20th century and has avoided easy categorization ever since, winning critical hosannas and a legion of fans worldwide with their creativity, unique sound and flair for live performance. Based in New York City, the intensely collaborative trio has constantly searched for rules to break and boundaries to cross, bridging genres and techniques while exploring the infinite possibilities of three exceptional musicians working in perfect sync. Yet again they continue to explore myriad musical forms born of jazz along with any sonic source that forwards music that is uniquely The Bad Plus. And guess what?! - there's still tickets left to see 'em(!)--simply click here!
These new releases will be featured by all your favorite Jazz 88.3 hosts in the weeks to come!
- KEI AKAGI TRIO – “CIRCLEPOINT”
- JOHN COLIANNI QUINTET – “AFTER HOURS”
- ERNIE KRIVDA – “REQUIEM FOR A JAZZ LADY”
- GLENN ZOTTOLA – “MILES DAVIS REMEMBERED”
READ THE FULL ARTICLE
for links to artists websites, release reviews, and additional listening notes from the Jazz 88 Music staff....
|This is Joe Kocherhans, inviting you to join me Thanksgiving Day at Noon PT for a Portrait In Jazz marathon. We'll kick it off at noon with our artist of the week Nat Adderley…followed by an hour of songs by the great Johnny Mercer…then we'll hear from 2 greats we lost this past year, Howard Rumsey and Phil Woods, followed by the one of the greatest of all jazz singers, the great Joe Williams, then we'll hear from 2 newly named NEA Jazz Masters, Gary Burton and Pharaoh Sanders, and we'll top it off with a jazz tribute to The Great American Songbook. It all starts at noon on Thanksgiving Day.|