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Curtis Stigers

Posted on July 25, 2013 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

Judy’s conversation with vocalist/saxophonist Curtis Stigers, where they discuss his former life as a pop musician (appearing on the soundtrack of “The Bodyguard”) and contrast that to his present life as a jazz musician.

Judy’s conversation with vocalist/saxophonist Curtis Stigers, where they discuss his former life as a pop musician (appearing on the soundtrack of “The Bodyguard”) and contrast that to his present life as a jazz musician.

Huey

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

Film maker “Huey” discusses his documentary about the late pianist Marian McPartland, which is part of his series of films about fascinating older artists.

Film maker “Huey” discusses his documentary about the late pianist Marian McPartland, which is part of his series of films about fascinating older artists.

Sandy Stewart

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

Singer Sandy Stewart discusses her most recent CD with her son, pianist Bill Charlap, and the special musical connection they share.

Singer Sandy Stewart discusses her most recent CD with her son, pianist Bill Charlap, and the special musical connection they share.
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Ron Jones

Posted on February 3, 2013 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

Composer for Family Guy and American Dad discusses the unusual artistic freedom he has with these shows and his great working relationship with Seth MacFarlane.

Composer for Family Guy and American Dad discusses the unusual artistic freedom he has with these shows and his great working relationship with Seth MacFarlane.
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John Musker

Posted on January 7, 2013 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

Academy Award nominated animation director (The Little Mermaid, Aladdin) talks about his life-long interest in jazz and the close connection between animation and music.

Academy Award nominated animation director (The Little Mermaid, Aladdin) talks about his life-long interest in jazz and the close connection between animation and music.
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JP Lipa

Posted on December 10, 2012 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

Filmmaker talks about his upcoming PBS Christmas special “Heirloom Meals” and his use of jazz throughout (including Judy Carmichael’s appearance singing a swinging “Winter Wonderland”) and his backstage filming of Michael Jackson during preparation for Michael’s last tour.

Filmmaker talks about his upcoming PBS Christmas special “Heirloom Meals” and his use of jazz throughout (including Judy Carmichael’s appearance singing a swinging “Winter Wonderland”) and his backstage filming of Michael Jackson during preparation for Michael’s last tour.
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Dave Green

Posted on October 28, 2012 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

British bassist Dave Green discusses his long career playing with everyone from Ben Webster and Coleman Hawkins, to his band with Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts.

British bassist Dave Green discusses his long career playing with everyone from Ben Webster and Coleman Hawkins, to his band with Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts.
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Rachael MacFarlane

Posted on October 1, 2012 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

Voice actor/singer Rachael MacFarlane discusses her role as “Haley” on “American Dad” and other characters on “Family Guy”, working with her brother Seth, and her debut jazz CD “Haley Sings”, celebrating her character’s (and her own) love for jazz.

Voice actor/singer Rachael MacFarlane discusses her role as “Haley” on “American Dad” and other characters on “Family Guy”, working with her brother Seth, and her debut jazz CD “Haley Sings”, celebrating her character’s (and her own) love for jazz.
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Judith Schlesinger

Posted on September 17, 2012 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

In her new book “The Insanity Hoax” Schlesinger lays siege to the popular notion that to be truly creative, a person must be mentally unbalanced. A PhD psychologist and a jazz critic, Schlesinger discusses myths about Charlie Parker, Chet Baker and other jazz musicians presumed to have been insane to some degree. Judy and Judith […]

In her new book “The Insanity Hoax” Schlesinger lays siege to the popular notion that to be truly creative, a person must be mentally unbalanced. A PhD psychologist and a jazz critic, Schlesinger discusses myths about Charlie Parker, Chet Baker and other jazz musicians presumed to have been insane to some degree. Judy and Judith discuss the psychology of genius and Judith’s fascinating and multi-faceted career.
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Bill Charlap

Posted on August 6, 2012 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

Pianist Bill Charlap discusses the influence his musician parents have had on his jazz and his continuing love for the Great American Standards.

Pianist Bill Charlap discusses the influence his musician parents have had on his jazz and his continuing love for the Great American Standards.
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