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Stories of Standards—St. Louis Blues

Linda Hillshafer

Tune in weekday mornings to hear our favorite versions of “St. Louis Blues.” Rodney Franks presents Stories of Standards Monday through Friday at 7:50 and 8:50 am. Stories of Standards…

New Music Monday—Brian Jackson, Christone "Kingfish" Ingram, & Bobby West

It’s New Music Monday, from 12 ’til 1 pm exclusively on KUVO Jazz! Stay up-to-date on the latest releases from the world of jazz! Long known as the music mind…

On Stage—Rickey Woodward

Our performance series “On Stage” jumps in the way back machine to bring you a couple of performances with reed man Rickey Woodard. Known the world over, and known in…

Vinyl Vault—Everybody Loves a Lover

Next on the Vinyl Vault, a gem from 1964, Shirley Scott’s “Everybody Loves a Lover.”  Then husband Stanley Turrentine is on most of the tracks, and he re-released the first…

The Night Beat features Freddie Hubbard's "Straight Life"

Recorded at the Van Gelder Studios in November of 1970 and released in early 1971, “Straight Life” was the second recording by trumpet/flugelhorn player Freddie Hubbard for Creed Taylor’s newly-independent…

The Jazz River—Hot Fun in the Summertime Part 2

It’s already 80 degrees. You wake up early in the morning when it’s quiet and before the sun gets too high in the sky. Throw on as little as possible…

Long Play on The Nightside

Listen to Long Plays during the 11 o’clock hour of The Nightside with Andy O’…these special extensive compositions needed a deeper listen This Sunday, Long Play on The Nightside features…

Vinyl Vault—Keyed In

A woman-led piano trio is on tap for the next Vinyl Vault when we listen to Joanne Brackeen’s album “Keyed In.” Released in 1979 on the Tappan Zee label, the…

Indigenous Film & Arts Festival: "Places of Memory" and Artist's Talk

The International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management and the University of Denver Museum of Anthropology are pleased to present a virtual art exhibit, Places of Memory. Please browse the exhibit…

The Night Beat—A Remembrance of Don Ellis

Trumpet player and big band leader Don Ellis is largely forgotten today. But beginning in the mid-1960s until his passing in late 1978, his big bands were something unique. Incorporating…

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