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  • JAM 2010: William Paterson University Jazz Sextet

    April 5, 2010. Posted by Simon Rentner.

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    The William Paterson University Jazz Sexet under the direction of Mulgrew Miller visited WBGO today.  If you missed their performance with Michael Bourne on Afternoon Jazz, click below.  Also, scroll down to see musicians credited and their set list.

    David Pomerantz, trumpet
    Eric Neveloff, alto saxophone
    Dan Rufolo, piano
    Nick Indalecio, guitar
    Jacob Webb, bass
    Anthony Benson, drums

    If I Were A Bell (Frank Loesser)
    F.M. (Dan Rufolo)
    What Is This Thing Called Love (Cole Porter)
    Ballad (Dan Rufolo)
    Chick's Tune (Chick Corea)

  • Remembering June Kim (1933-2010)

    April 1, 2010. Posted by Becca Pulliam.

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    With the death of June Kim, WBGO has lost a great volunteer and friend.  June was born in Harlem, raised in the Bronx ("Miss Paradise Farms" 1953), worked her full career at New York Telephone Co., and resided for many years in Teaneck.  June always spoke with pleasure of her close and extended family and friends, and -- as expressed in her Obituary, in capital letters -- JUNE LOVED JAZZ.  Long before young Jeremy Pelt came to New York, June was telling us about her trumpet-playing nephew.   We at WBGO who knew June are very fortunate, and share in the sadness of losing her.  In Volunteer Co-ordinator Sylvia Brewer's words, "June was a wonderful, classy lady – her smile, and love for the music will always be remembered."
  • Cassandra Wilson with Gary Walker

    March 29, 2010. Posted by Simon Rentner.

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    The "loverly" Cassandra Wilson visited WBGO on March 5th for an interview with Morning Jazz host Gary Walker.  She talks about the relationship Native Americans have with the American Blues, her collaboration with T. Bone Burnett on the album Thunderbird, and more.  Click below to hear the full interview.