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Vinyl Vault—Gong, "Shamal"

The Vinyl Vault features a jazz rock/progressive rock mash-up in the form of the 1975 album “Shamal” by the band Gong. The album was released on Virgin Records and drew…

The Night Beat—Tears of Joy, Don Ellis Orchestra

The Don Ellis Orchestra recorded “Tears of Joy” on May 20-23, 1971 at Basin Street West, a nightclub in San Francisco, CA.  It came at the end of a three-month…

Classical Goes Jazz on the Night Beat

The Wednesday edition of the Night Beat delves into jazz interpretations of Gustav Holst’s “The Planets” by the Jeremy Levy big band, guitarist Jim Hall’s “Lament for a Fallen Matador”…

New Music Monday—Brian Lynch, Esperanza Spalding, & Brent Fischer Orchestra

On Monday, October 11, at noon, Arturo Gómez will highlight these new to KUVO recordings and more! Brian Lynch - "Bus Stop Serenade" Songbook Vol. 1 Former Jazz Messenger and…

Stories of Standards—Cantaloupe Island

Linda Hillshafer

Tune in weekday mornings to hear our favorite versions of “Cantaloupe Island.” Rodney Franks presents Stories of Standards Monday through Friday at 7:50 and 8:50 am starting Monday, October 11.…

R&B Jukebox Celebrates Chuck Berry

Join host Rolando Garcia on the R&B Jukebox for a birthday tribute to musical legend: Chuck Berry. From early hit tunes like Maybelline to his last recordings in 2017, we'll…

On Stage—Harold Mabern and Eric Alexander

KUVO’s archive series “On Stage” features a performance from (protégé) reedman Eric Alexander and (mentor), pianist Harold Mabern, recorded in the Phyllis A. Greer Studio. Harold Mabern was Alexander’s instructor…

New Music Monday—Nicholas Payton, Anthony Wonsey, & Farnell Newton

Host Arturo Gómez highlights these new recordings and more on Monday, October 25, at noon. Nicholas Payton: "Smoke Sessions" The immensely talented trumpeter and keyboardist from New Orleans, Nicholas Payton…

Local Musician Spotlight: Andy Weyl

Candace LeGault

Local Musician Spotlight: Andy Weyl Andy came to us in Denver via a most circuitous route both geographically and musically. But his history here for over 30 years with the…

What does music mean to you? Support KUVO this fall

"Music is my therapy! A big shout out to KUVO JAZZ for being such an eclectic repository of wonderful music that I can turn to, to lift my spirits during…

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