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Jerry Wexler

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Jay Leonhart

Posted on March 31, 2014 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

Bassist Jay Leonhart starting playing multiple instruments as a child and by his early teens had his own TV show with his banjo-playing brother Bill. Leonhart eventually found his home on the bass, but kept the variety going with collaborations with everyone from Judy Garland and Carly Simon to Sinatra and Sting.

Bassist Jay Leonhart starting playing multiple instruments as a child and by his early teens had his own TV show with his banjo-playing brother Bill. Leonhart eventually found his home on the bass, but kept the variety going with collaborations with everyone from Judy Garland and Carly Simon to Sinatra and Sting.

Maud Hixson

Posted on December 9, 2013 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

Judy talks with vocalist Maud Hixson about her new CD “Don’t Let A Good Thing Get Away” and its focus on the compositions on Mickey Leonard.

Judy talks with vocalist Maud Hixson about her new CD “Don’t Let A Good Thing Get Away” and its focus on the compositions on Mickey Leonard.

Duke Heitger

Posted on November 12, 2013 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

Trumpeter Duke Heitger isn’t a native New Orleanean, but has lived there many years and talked with Judy about the challenges and advantages of a career in this most musical of cities, when you aren’t a native. Recorded onstage at the Ascona Jazz Festival in Switzerland.

Trumpeter Duke Heitger isn’t a native New Orleanean, but has lived there many years and talked with Judy about the challenges and advantages of a career in this most musical of cities, when you aren’t a native. Recorded onstage at the Ascona Jazz Festival in Switzerland.

Larry King

Posted on October 15, 2013 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

Jazz pianist/vocalist Larry King discusses his many musical influences from Bill Evans to Ella Fitzgerald and how living and working in Paris has enhanced his creativity.

Jazz pianist/vocalist Larry King discusses his many musical influences from Bill Evans to Ella Fitzgerald and how living and working in Paris has enhanced his creativity.

Gerald French

Posted on September 16, 2013 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

New Orleans drummer Gerald French joined Judy onstage at the 2013 Ascona Jazz Festival to discuss his passion for the music of his hometown and his feelings about carrying on the tradition of jazz. Judy also talked him into a few tunes with his band.

New Orleans drummer Gerald French joined Judy onstage at the 2013 Ascona Jazz Festival to discuss his passion for the music of his hometown and his feelings about carrying on the tradition of jazz. Judy also talked him into a few tunes with his band.

Roland Guerin

Posted on August 20, 2013 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

New Orleans bassist Roland Guerin and Judy met and recorded their conversation and played on stage at the 2013 Ascona Jazz Festival in Switzerland, where they discussed Roland’s New Orleans roots and favorite jazz.

New Orleans bassist Roland Guerin and Judy met and recorded their conversation and played on stage at the 2013 Ascona Jazz Festival in Switzerland, where they discussed Roland’s New Orleans roots and favorite jazz.

Steve Ross

Posted on August 13, 2013 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

Cabaret star Steve Ross was one of Judy’s early guests on Jazz Inspired and is not only a close pal of hers but a frequent musical collaborator. We revisit this hilarious conversation (Steve’s one of the funniest people Judy knows) about his long career and how the greats, Cole Porter, Noel Coward and others, continue […]

Cabaret star Steve Ross was one of Judy’s early guests on Jazz Inspired and is not only a close pal of hers but a frequent musical collaborator. We revisit this hilarious conversation (Steve’s one of the funniest people Judy knows) about his long career and how the greats, Cole Porter, Noel Coward and others, continue to inspire him.

Billy Stritch

Posted on August 5, 2013 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

Judy talks with pianist/vocalist Billy Stritch fresh from his participation in the 2013 Bobby Short tribute at Jazz at Lincoln Center and discussed how Bobby, Liza and other greats have informed and shaped his music and career.

Judy talks with pianist/vocalist Billy Stritch fresh from his participation in the 2013 Bobby Short tribute at Jazz at Lincoln Center and discussed how Bobby, Liza and other greats have informed and shaped his music and career.

Mike Renzi

Posted on July 29, 2013 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

Multi-Emmy and Grammy winner, composer/pianist Mike Renzi discusses his work as Music Director for Sesame Street, Mel Tormé, Peggy Lee, Liza and numerous others and reveals what continues to thrill and inspire him about jazz.

Multi-Emmy and Grammy winner, composer/pianist Mike Renzi discusses his work as Music Director for Sesame Street, Mel Tormé, Peggy Lee, Liza and numerous others and reveals what continues to thrill and inspire him about jazz.