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Music inspired by the life of Nelson Mandela, inspiring words from guitarist Jim Hall and Patrick Cornelius celebrates Pooh’s arrival with a new suite for octet on this week’s show.
The Patrick Cornelius Octet performs selections from his new suite, When We Were Very Young, based on the poetry of A. A. Milne, in a live broadcast from the Berklee College of Music’s Café 939 in Boston.
Etienne Shardlow, A South African radio personality and jazz host, talks with WBGO’s Simon Rentner about music inspired by Nelson Mandela, the South African president and revolutionary who passed away December 5, 2013 at age 95. Farewell, Madiba!
WBGO honors guitarist Jim Hall, who died Dec. 10, with music and excerpts from an in-depth interview from 2004, when he was named an NEA Jazz Master, the nation’s highest honor for a jazz musician.
Pianist Ted Rosenthal’s Wonderland, alto saxophonist Kenny Garrett’s Pushing Away The World, and Beatrhyme Communications’ take on scat for millenials in this week’s show.
Pianist Ted Rosenthal performs selections from his new CD Wonderland, with Noriko Ueda on bass and Tim Horner on drums, and shares some holiday good cheer with Gary Walker.
Alto saxophonist Kenny Garrett talks with WBGO’s Gary Walker about his new album Pushing The World Away.
The vocalists of Beatrhyme Communications perform “”Voices of A New Age: Return of The Scat” live at WBGO with Kid Lucky, Marya Lawrence, Kaila Mullady, Eleanor Dubinsky, Bruce Mack, Sylvana Joyce and Erika Banks.
The group performs at the Sidewalk Café in New York on December 17 as part of “Beat Rhyme and Groove” at New York’s Blue Note Jazz Club on December 28.
Drummer Tim Horner’s The Head Of The Circle live, Now Vs. Now’s Earth Alien and a musical farewell to NEA Jazz Master and drummer Chico Hamilton on this week’s show.
The Trio Now Vs. Now, with Jason Lindner on keyboards, Panagiotis Andreou on bass and Mark Guiliana on drums, talk with Tim Wilkins about their new album Earth Analog.