Support KUVO on Colorado Gives Day--
2012 Colorado Gives Day at the KUVO studio
TODAY - Colorado Gives Day - Support KUVO - tune in or visit us at the KUVO studios for a day filled with music from some of Colorado's young musicians:
9:30 Woodland Park Middle School Jazz Band
12noon Kearney Middle School Jazz Band
4pm Jazz Arts Messengers from Colorado Conservatory of the Jazz Arts
7pm Soul Explosion
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Soul Explosion, live at 7pm
COLORADO GIVES DAY!
8a Morning Beat with Victor Cooper
10a Mid-Morning Jazz with Susan Gatschet Reese
12n Lunchtime at the Oasis with Arturo Gomez
2p Monday Afternoon Jazz with Erik Troe
4p Drive Time Jazz With Rodney Franks
6p Riverwalk Jazz Diary of a Swing Era Teen
8p Jazz at Lincoln Center
10p Jazz Odyssey Hosted by Andy O'Leary
Ray Nance, on Afternoon Jazz with Erik Troe
2pm 100 YEARS OF RAY NANCE! Among the most versatile components of the Duke Ellington Orchestra, we'll hear him sing, blow trumpet and stroke the fiddle on this week's TUESDAY AFTERNOON JAZZ.Other musicians with December 9th birthdays include Diane Schuur and Don Sebesky. Recordings made on this day: Stan Getz and Horace Silver's "Roost Quartets" ('50), Charlie Parker's "Cole Porter Songbook" ('54, his final session), Jimmy Forrest's "All the Gin is Gone" ('59, Grant Green's recording debut), and Herbie Mann's "Muscle Shoals Nitty Gritty" ('69).
TONIGHT AT 8:30 PM on KUVO/KVJZ
Tonight on the Vinyl Vault we’ll hear a few tracks from the Manhattan Transfer’s 1983 release Bodies and Souls. They won a Grammy for the Brazilian flavored “Why Not.” The album also includes the poignant “The Night that Monk Went to Heaven.” The Vinyl Vault can be heard tonight at 8:30 on KUVO/KVJZ, kuvo.org89.3 FM and kuvo.org. Need the KUVO app? It's available here.
- On Eats & Beats, we’ll discuss how Germany plans to defend its centuries old “beer standard.”
- Denver-based “Soul Food Scholar” Adrian Miller breaks down the legend and lore of black eyed peas (the legume, not the band).
- On “Stories of Standards,” the uptempo jazz classic “Lester Leaps In” by Lester Young!
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