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Pat O’Leary

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

Bassist Pat O’Leary has helped some of the best musicians in jazz swing like mad: Diana Krall, Bob Dorough, Lionel Hampton, Mel Lewis and others. O’Leary is also a composer and passionate teacher and talked to Judy about a fascinating project in Serbia where he combined his talents, working with students and professionals to present […]

Bassist Pat O’Leary has helped some of the best musicians in jazz swing like mad: Diana Krall, Bob Dorough, Lionel Hampton, Mel Lewis and others. O’Leary is also a composer and passionate teacher and talked to Judy about a fascinating project in Serbia where he combined his talents, working with students and professionals to present his arrangements of Serbian folk songs as reborn jazz orchestrations.
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Frank Gehry & F. Murray Abraham

Posted on January 9, 2012 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

Frank Gehry explores how architecture, like jazz, is a dynamic art that absorbs the times and culture it inhabits constantly reinventing itself while retaining its historic connection. In the second half of the show, Oscar winning actor (Best Actor, “Amadeus”) F. Murray Abraham discusses improvisation, spontaneity and jazz as great theater.

Frank Gehry explores how architecture, like jazz, is a dynamic art that absorbs the times and culture it inhabits constantly reinventing itself while retaining its historic connection. In the second half of the show, Oscar winning actor (Best Actor, “Amadeus”) F. Murray Abraham discusses improvisation, spontaneity and jazz as great theater.
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Seth MacFarlane

Posted on December 17, 2011 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

Seth MacFarlane, “Family Guy” creator, met with Judy in Hollywood (well, not really, but close by) to talk about his new CD and his favorite jazz recordings. Stewie and Peter dropped by to add their thoughts as well. Brian brought the martinis.

Seth MacFarlane, “Family Guy” creator, met with Judy in Hollywood (well, not really, but close by) to talk about his new CD and his favorite jazz recordings. Stewie and Peter dropped by to add their thoughts as well. Brian brought the martinis.
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Blythe Danner

Posted on December 14, 2011 by meaghendamato in Listen to Show

Tony Award winning actress Blythe Danner joins Judy on stage at the Tanglewood Jazz Festival and connects with her early jazz roots. Blythe was a jazz singer in college and discusses with Judy how jazz has continued to influence her acting career.

Tony Award winning actress Blythe Danner joins Judy on stage at the Tanglewood Jazz Festival and connects with her early jazz roots. Blythe was a jazz singer in college and discusses with Judy how jazz has continued to influence her acting career.
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China Moses

Posted on December 9, 2011 by evy in Listen to Show

Recorded live at the Ascona Jazz Festival in Switzerland. China Moses, singer/host of MTV in France, talks about the influence her mom, Dee Dee Bridgewater has had on her work and how growing up in Paris has shaped her creativity.

Recorded live at the Ascona Jazz Festival in Switzerland. China Moses, singer/host of MTV in France, talks about the influence her mom, Dee Dee Bridgewater has had on her work and how growing up in Paris has shaped her creativity.

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Marian McPartland

Posted on December 9, 2011 by evy in Listen to Show

Judy turns the tables on Marian (Marian interviewed Judy years ago) and talks with Marian about her adventures during WWII playing for the troops and meeting Jimmy McPartland during this period and how it all influenced her music and career.

Judy turns the tables on Marian (Marian interviewed Judy years ago) and talks with Marian about her adventures during WWII playing for the troops and meeting Jimmy McPartland during this period and how it all influenced her music and career.

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Susie Arioli

Posted on December 9, 2011 by evy in Listen to Show

Canadian singer takes a straightforward, swinging approach to the Standards. Judy talks with her and her guitarist Jordan Officer on stage at the Ascona Jazz Festival in Switzerland.

Canadian singer takes a straightforward, swinging approach to the Standards. Judy talks with her and her guitarist Jordan Officer on stage at the Ascona Jazz Festival in Switzerland.

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Leroy Jones

Posted on December 9, 2011 by evy in Listen to Show

Trumpeter Leroy Jones talks about blending his New Orleans musical roots, and love for Clifford Brown, and his work with Harry Connick and his own band with his trombonist wife Katja Jones.

Trumpeter Leroy Jones talks about blending his New Orleans musical roots, and love for Clifford Brown, and his work with Harry Connick and his own band with his trombonist wife Katja Jones.

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Steve Allen

Posted on December 9, 2011 by evy in Listen to Show

Comedian Steve Allen’s professional life was always steeped in jazz. On film he played Benny Goodman, on piano he improvised behind Jack Kerouac’s poetry and as the creator and first host of NBC’s The Tonight Show, he turned the studio orchestra into a jazz band. Judy talked with Steve right before his death in 2000, […]

Comedian Steve Allen’s professional life was always steeped in jazz. On film he played Benny Goodman, on piano he improvised behind Jack Kerouac’s poetry and as the creator and first host of NBC’s The Tonight Show, he turned the studio orchestra into a jazz band. Judy talked with Steve right before his death in 2000, and Steve revealed how jazz inspired every aspect of his creativity.

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Shannon Powell/Herlin Riley

Posted on December 9, 2011 by evy in Listen to Show

Recorded live at the Ascona Jazz Festival, New Orleans drummers Herlin Riley and Shannon Powell regale me with anecdotes of their adventures together and independently and demonstrate authentic NOLA style drumming.

Recorded live at the Ascona Jazz Festival, New Orleans drummers Herlin Riley and Shannon Powell regale me with anecdotes of their adventures together and independently and demonstrate authentic NOLA style drumming.

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