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Local Musician Spotlight: Brad Goode

Candace LeGault

If you’re reading this Spotlight, it’s likely you have seen and heard the trumpet performance of Brad Goode. If you have, you remember it, because he’s just amazing. But let…

The Night Beat — Jazz Goes to the Movies Week Two

Week Two of “Jazz Goes to the Movies” includes songs from two films from 1943 featuring all-black casts: M-G-M’s “Cabin in the Sky” and Twentieth Century Fox’s “Stormy Weather”. As…

Celebrating Kim Berry

This month is set aside to celebrate women in jazz and we're celebrating on-air host Kim Berry! Join Kim when you tune in Monday through Friday from 1 to 4…

Jazz Goes to the Movies on The Night Beat

“Jazz Goes to the Movies” is back for another series of shows throughout the month of March. Join Night Beat host Doug Crane each and every Wednesday evening beginning at…

Jazz with Tree King — March Weather: “In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb”?

“In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb.” Is there any truth to this saying? Weather folklore sayings are as colorful as our imagination. While many sayings are based on…

Dazzle: Jocelyn Medina Brazilian Band

The sounds and styles of vocalist/composer Jocelyn Medina cross cultures, creeds, and continents. A veteran of the New York jazz scene and producer of the 2023 JEXA (Jazz Excellence) Award-winning…

The Nightside — Poetry and all that Jazz

The Nightside continues its celebration and observation of Black History Month by presenting the nominees for The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word…

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Celebrating Black History Month with some of the best music on KUVO! Blues and Jazz! Blues and Jazz both originate from the Southern U.S., blues from the late 19th century,…

The Nightside — Jazz & Poetry that Matter

I look at the world By Langston Hughes I look at the world From awakening eyes in a black face— And this is what I see: This fenced-off narrow space…

Jazz News: Javon Jackson nominated, Nocturne noticed, Hazel Miller inducted

Denver-raised saxophonist Javon Jackson was nominated for an NAACP Image award for his jazz, gospel and poetry project called “The Gospel According to Nikki Giovanni.” Other nominees in the “Outstanding…

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