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A Gift of Jazz Tribute to Regina Carter

Celebrating Women in Jazz: A Tribute to Regina Carter Presented by Monique Brooks-Roberts (violin), Tenia Nelson (piano), Domi Edson (bass) and Clare Church (drums) Live Streaming on YouTube and Facebook…

The Shop—Women in Jazz

As part of Jazz Appreciation Month, KUVO Radio will break from its music format to present a one-hour conversation on “Women in Jazz” hosted by KUVO JAZZ host and Music…

Celebrating Julie Monley—Women's History Month

Julie Monley is a singer, percussionist, and educator and resides in Denver, Colorado. She plays in many different genres of music but mostly known as a jazz singer. With a…

Celebrating MaryLynn Gillaspie—Women's History Month

Celebrating jazz vocalist and photographer MaryLynn Gillaspie. MaryLynn loves to sing an eclectic assortment of music: everything from 1940s standards, straight-ahead jazz, and updated versions of 60s pop tunes arranged…

Selena Music Special on Latin Soul Party

The Latin Soul Party is presenting a Selena Music Special to pay tribute to her life and her music 26 years after her death. We want to introduce Selena to…

No Boys Allowed on Jazz with Allen Scott

In honor of Women's History Month and this significantly special period of time—Jazz with Allen Scott will present a program of all-female led jazz recordings called “No Boys Allowed.” Women…

On Stage—Celebrating Women Artists

Throughout the month of March, the KUVO on-air archive program “On Stage” has been celebrating women artists, as they were recorded in the Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio. Host Susan…

Super Sonido y Lido Pimienta

To close out Women's History Month, Super Sonido features the music of Lido Pimienta. Lido Pimienta has one of the most unique and memorable voices in music today, which makes…

Celebrating Tina Phillips—Women's History Month

Tina Phillips is a respected Jazz artist, songwriter, and educator based in the Denver region. Influenced most by Betty Carter, Sarah Vaughn, Charlie Parker and her dear friends Sheila Jordan…

Super Sonido y Ana Tijoux

Super Sonido celebrates the music of Ana Tijoux who was born in "1977" to parents living out political exile in France. She has become one of the most prolific and…

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