Jazz Live will celebrate the great ladies of Jazz on Tuesday, March 13th. It will be the first night of our Spring Membership drive and composer and vocalist Sacha Boutros will be presenting a program honoring the great female songwriters and vocalists of the past and present. Sacha brings a stellar band to back her up- John B. Williams on Bass and Tony Tixier on Piano. Plus, a variety of special guests. The concert is for Jazz 88 members only. If you are a current member you can reserve up to two free tickets in the Speakeasy. If you are not a member please contact Ken Borgers (619-388-3301) or e-mail him. As always, Thanks to Big Front Door Sandwich Shop for providing food for the Jazz Live artists. Remember, that good ole' parking pass and come hungry, because a food truck will be on site! FULL CONCERT / INTERVIEW REPLAY...
Jazz 88.3's Fall Membership Campaign begins on NOW(!) (Tuesday, March 19th) through Saturday, March 30th and we NEED YOU! Sign Up to be a Volunteer to answer our phones. Pick a date and time that works for you. When you volunteer you are guaranteed to have a great time- meet new friends, eat delicious food and talk jazz with like-minded aficionados. We are also looking for supervisors to help with the drive.Please e-mail our membership department to learn more about being a supervisor and for any other questions you might have. We can't wait to see you. Here's a map and parking information to our studios.
Jazz 88.3 is proud to support the 27th Annual San Diego Music Awards, happening TONIGHTat the House of Blues, located in the heart of Downtown! (Click here to see a list of this year's nominees). 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. Over the life of the program, 2,978 guitars have been placed into 85 schools from San Onofre to San Ysidro and over 55,000 K-12 students have been impacted by the program. To purchase tickets, simply click here!
Camarada's 2018 season is in full-swing! Up Next: "Calypso Heat" happening Sunday, April 15th at the Mingei (6:30PM). Camarada takes a trip to the Caribbean to explore the music that pulses through the islands. Leonard sings “Jamaica Farewell” and the humorous “Monkey Song”, both made famous by Harry Belafonte. Peter’s parents had those records and their influence can be felt on his original songs “Musica Del Mar” and “Cali Calypso”. The pace slows down and they do a sensitive reading of “Oh Shenandoah” which is a song about a river and water, kind of far from the islands but perhaps related in some metaphysical way. This is bound to be one spectacular show! For further details, or to purchase tickets, click here!