New CDs by Corea, Martin & Reed: Listen Now
Hear new CDs by the Chick Corea Trio, Claire Martin and Eric Reed for a limited time at WBGO.ORG/RADAR more
Ed Berger on Joe Wilder: Listen Now
The author talks with Gary Walker about his biography of Joe Wilder, and a celebration of the trumpeter's life at St. Peter's Church in New York on Sept. 8 at 6:30 p.m. more
Pianist Bill Mays' "Stories Of The Road"
Mays talks with Gary Walker about his five decades as a composer, arranger and performer with everyone from Frank Sinatra to Frank Zappa. more
SportsJam with Doug Doyle: Listen Now
Roxanne and Sierra Ellison join their mother, former Penn State basketball star Cheryl Ellison on this edition of SportsJam. more
Relive the Montreal Jazz Fest With WBGO
Enjoy WBGO's interviews, photos and reviews from the 2014 Festival International du Jazz de Montreal. more
Conversations with Allan Wolper: Listen Now
Holly Gordon is the executive producer of Girl Rising, a feature film and worldwide project that seeks to improve educational opportunities for girls in developing countries. more
WBGO Art Gallery Reception
Join us for a free gallery reception on Thursday, Sept. 4 between 6-8PM. View the exhibit, meet the artists and enjoy a live performance. more
WBGO Travel & Events
Join WBGO for its first-class travel packages to beautiful locations for great concerts, jazz festivals, incredible performances and deluxe tours. Book your trip NOW! more

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    Author Ed Berger on Joe Wilder: Listen Now

    Edward Berger talks with Gary Walker about Softly, With Feeling, his biography of trumpeter Joe Wilder, and a celebration of Wilder's life at St. Peter's Church in New York on Sept. 8...more

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    Relive the Montreal Jazz Fest 2014 With WBGO

    Montreal lives, breathes, and loves jazz every July, when millions of fans and hundreds of acts take over the city - and so does WBGO, especially host Michael Bourne, who has attended...more

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    Bourne's Montreal: Dueling Finales

    When the first Montreal jazz festival played in the streets back in 1979, neighbors nearby complained about the noise. This year's 35th anniversary FIJM ended with a bang.  A really...more

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