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Last Week of Summer Jazz Concerts | Norman Provizer's Jazz Notes

As we begin to move towards the Fall, the music keeps on coming. During this week, for example, you can catch David Amram , along with singers Dee Dee Bridgewater , Kendra Shank and Katie Thiroux (who is also a strong bassist). Amram not only keeps the beat going on multiple instruments, he is also a living symbol of the Beat Generation. And on Wednesday, he's at Dazzle , 1512 Curtis, in a concert sponsored by MAS Eclectic at 7:30 p.m. (303-839-5100). Joining Amram, there will be the superb...

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Stories of Standards: "So In Love" by Cole Porter

Doors Open Denver: Arts & Culture Actvities at the Rossonian

Door Open Denver invites you to get inside looks at some of Five Points’ historic buildings while taking in enriching arts and cultural experiences. Curated in partnership with RedLine, activities will highlight musicians, actors, dancers, storytellers and more! See Event Guide ; check out the "Site Locations" section, KUVO Jazz is "Site 30" - you're cordially invited to stop by for a tour with music director Arturo Gómez.

Five Points Fortitude - This year’s Bonfils-Stanton...

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Mama Roux: Music of Dr. John & Beyond | Sep 28

Sep 14, 2018
Modular Studios

Guitarist Dan Schwindt's newest project, Mama Roux is paying homage to New Orleans and the musical legacy of the Grammy Award-winning, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Dr. John.

Mama Roux: Dan Schwindt-guitar, Jon Gray-trumpet/vox, Jeff Jenkins-organ, and Mark Emmons-drums

Bandleader Dan Schwindt is a freelance guitarist based out of Denver, Colorado. A graduate of the University of Northern Texas, Dan has been a professional performer and educator for the past ten years primarily in Colorado's Front Range.

A Sicilian red tackles mouthwatering ribs

Sep 14, 2018
mindi mcneil

It’s September and summer is almost over, and for a lot of people they think that grilling is done as well, but that is not the case according to Jason from GQue BBQ. He joined us for this month’s Joy Wine and food pairing and brought some ribs, garlic mashed potatoes, a delicious in-house recipe mac and cheese, and a killer bourbon cherry cheesecake.

This Sunday, September 16, KUVO celebrates the birth of piano virtuoso Henry Butler (born September 21, 1949) by playing recordings from his many performances in the Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio.

Fall Historic Homes Tour - Saturday, September 22

Sep 14, 2018
old san rafael neighborhood district

Are you curious about how historic homes are adapted for modern life? Well here's your chance to tour four historic homes (and one modern one), all located in the San Rafael Historic District, established in 1874, in Five Points. 

The Historic Homes Tour coincides with this year’s free Door’s Open Denver event, which will feature over 10 sites within Five Points. Combine these two activities for a spirited celebration of architecture and culture. 

The Joshua Trinidad Trio | Sep 19

Sep 14, 2018

Born and raised in Colorado, Joshua Trinidad began playing trumpet at age 7. Joshua’s music can be heard all over the world with notable artists such as Sage Francis, Lee Konitz, Nathaniel Ratliffe, soundtrack music for Ken Burns and many others.

Rio Theater

This Friday, September 14 on Lunchtime with Arturo Gómez, he will share portions of a phone conversation he had with NEA Jazz Master Chick Corea in anticipation of his performance on Sunday evening at Fort Collins’ Lincoln Center with his new Vigilette Trio.  Lunchtime with Arturo Gómez is heard Monday through Friday, Noon ‘til 1pm with the interview airing at appx 12:45pm,  Tune in or listen now!

Stories of Standards: "Epistrophy"

Sep 13, 2018
https://www.npr.org/sections/ablogsupreme/2014/01/08/260769892/the-drummer-who-invented-jazzs-basic-beat

Tune in to Jazz with Victor Cooper - weekdays from 6-9 a.m. MT - for Stories of Standards to hear our favorite versions of this song all week long!

Stories of Standards is sponsored by ListenUp - If you love music, you’ll love ListenUp.

Songkick

Saxophonist Donny McCaslin began his recording career in the late 1990s after attending Berklee College of Music in Boston. He developed jazz saxophone credibility and then reached a somewhat different and interesting peak with his role on the David Bowie album Blackstar – Bowie’s last CD that was released just days before the singer’s death. That has opened McCaslin up to an even broader range of musical expression captured on his disc Blow that is coming out in early October.

Dazzle celebrates the Great American Beer Festival with two events to choose from - a Beer Tasting that includes 5 beers including one rare beer usually not available outside the brewery and a VIP Beer Dinner includes 5 beers, 4 courses and live music after dinner from Alex Heffron Group.

Donny McCaslin | Sep 18

Sep 11, 2018

Three-time GRAMMY® nominee Donny McCaslin is the leading saxophonist, composer, and musical pioneer of his generation, receiving wide commercial and critical acclaim in jazz, rock and electronica circles alike.

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