This Sunday, October 20th, at 4pm, KUVO’s performance series “On Stage” features highlights from more than 20 years of broadcast recordings from the Phyllis A. Greer Studio at KUVO Jazz.
“On Stage” launched in July 2017 with recordings from the summer “Jazz at Vail Square” series, and we haven’t looked back. At KUVO’s earlier studios on Morrison Road and Federal Boulevard, and since the performance studio’s inauguration in the fall of 1996, KUVO has captured sessions with established stars of jazz like Eddie Palmieri and David “Fathead” Newman, nationally known artists like Greg Gisbert, Pat Bianchi and Henry Butler (who once lived in Colorado or still do), and young musicians early in their career like Annie Booth and Rico Jones.
These recordings are cherished by the KUVO family. In fact, there is an entire genre of recorded music called “broadcast transcriptions,” of which KUVO’s P.A.G. recordings are a part. We’re even digging in to buried boxes for new discoveries of great recordings from the 80s and 90s!
Susan Gatschet hosts a “Producer’s Picks” edition of “On Stage,” this Sunday afternoon at 4pm, only on KUVO Jazz.