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  52. <title>Detroit Jazz Fest Executive Director Terri Pontremoli visits Detroit JazzStage &#8211; 2008</title>
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  59. <description><![CDATA[This month on Detroit Jazzstage,Terri Pontremoli, the Executive Director of the Detroit International Jazz Festival, sat down to discuss this year&#8217;s lineup. For more than a quarter century, the Detroit Jazz Fest has entertained millions of fans with jazz legends ranging from Herbie Hancock to Yusef Lateef and Ron Carter. Today, it ROARS on six [&#8230;]]]></description>
  60. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a title="Terri Pontremoli" href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-278" title="Terri Pontremoli" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/terriphoto.jpg" alt="Terri Pontremoli" width="210" height="271" /></a>This month on Detroit Jazzstage,<strong>Terri Pontremoli</strong>, the Executive Director of the <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank"><strong>Detroit International Jazz Festival</strong></a>, sat down to discuss this year&#8217;s lineup.</p>
  61. <p>For more than a quarter century, the Detroit Jazz Fest has entertained millions of fans with jazz legends ranging from <strong>Herbie Hancock</strong> to <strong>Yusef Lateef</strong> and <strong>Ron Carter</strong>. Today, it ROARS on six stages over four days, with blues, gospel, R&amp;B, and one of the finest jazz lineups on the planet. The festival also offers educational events, daily second-line parades, fire works, and rare opportunities to meet the artists. And it&#8217;s all FREE!</p>
  62. <p>In 2008, the Detroit Jazz Fest will celebrate the rich musical traditions of Philadelphia and Detroit and the &#8220;Trane&#8221; that connects them.</p>
  63. <p>Billed as <strong>A Love Supreme: the Philly/Detroit Summit</strong>, the festival will feature Philadelphia native and renowned bassist <strong>Christian McBride</strong> as artist in residence. Other featured artists include <strong>Dianne Reeves</strong>, <strong>Gerald Wilson</strong>, <strong>Geri Allen</strong>, along with Philly stalwarts <strong>Benny Golson</strong>, <strong>Jimmy Heath</strong>, <strong>Roy Hargrove</strong>, <strong>Sonny Fortune</strong>, <strong>Pat Martino</strong> and many more.</p>
  64. <p>The festival takes place in Downtown Detroit over Labor Day Weekend, August 29th through September 1st 2008.</p>
  65. <p>For more information on the <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank"><strong>2008 Detroit International Jazz Festival</strong></a>, go to <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank"><strong>http://www.detroitjazzfest.com</strong></a></p>
  66. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Music heard on this show</span></strong></p>
  67. <p><strong>Viva Tirado</strong> &#8211; <a href="http://www.mackavenue.com/" target="_blank">The Gerald Wilson Big Band</a> &#8211; Recorded live at the 2007 Detroit International Jazz Festival.</p>
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  69. <p><strong>Bossa J.C.</strong> &#8211; <a href="http://www.aiartists.com/jcarter/index.html" target="_blank">James Carter</a> &#8211; From the CD <a href="http://www.amazon.com/gp/redirect.html?ie=UTF8&amp;location=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.com%2FPresent-Tense-James-Carter%2Fdp%2FB0013NFMO2%3Fie%3DUTF8%26s%3Dmusic%26qid%3D1218215030%26sr%3D8-3&amp;tag=jazzsprodu-20&amp;linkCode=ur2&amp;camp=1789&amp;creative=9325">Present Tense</a><img style="border: medium none  ! important; margin: 0px ! important;" src="http://www.assoc-amazon.com/e/ir?t=jazzsprodu-20&amp;l=ur2&amp;o=1" alt="" width="1" height="1" border="0" /></p>
  70. <p>Trumpet &#8211; Dwight Adams</p>
  71. <p>Saxophone &#8211; James Carter</p>
  72. <p>Guitar &#8211; Rodney Jones</p>
  73. <p>Piano &#8211; D.D. Jackson</p>
  74. <p>Percussion &#8211; Eli Fountain</p>
  75. <p>Bass &#8211; James Genus</p>
  76. <p>Drums &#8211; Victor Lewis</p>
  77. <p><strong>Blue Horizons</strong> &#8211; <a href="http://www.allaboutjazz.com/seandobbins" target="_blank">Sean Dobbins and The Modern Jazz Messengers</a> &#8211; From the &#8216;Modern Jazz Messengers&#8217; CD.</p>
  78. <p>Saxophone &#8211; Dean Moore</p>
  79. <p>Vibes &#8211; Robert Pipho</p>
  80. <p>Piano &#8211; Steve Richko</p>
  81. <p>Bass &#8211; Marion Hayden</p>
  82. <p>Drums &#8211; Sean Dobbins</p>
  83. <p><strong>Buhaina</strong> &#8211; (comp. <a href="http://www.allaboutjazz.com/kennycox" target="_blank">Kenny Cox</a>) <a href="http://www.allaboutjazz.com/marionhayden">The Marion Hayden Sextet</a>&#8211; Recorded live at the 2007 Detroit International Jazz Festival</p>
  84. <p>Trumpet &#8211; Dwight Adams</p>
  85. <p>Saxophone &#8211; Wendell Harrison</p>
  86. <p>Trombone &#8211; Ron Kischuk</p>
  87. <p>Piano &#8211; Buddy Budson</p>
  88. <p>Bass &#8211; Marion Hayden</p>
  89. <p>Drums &#8211; Sean Dobbins</p>
  90. <p><strong>A Good Man Is Hard To Find</strong> &#8211; <a href="http://www.mariamuldaur.com/" target="_blank">Maria Muldaur</a> and <a href="http://www.allaboutjazz.com/jamesdapogny" target="_blank">James Dapogny&#8217;s Chicago Jazz Band</a> &#8211; Recorded live at the 2007 Detroit International Jazz Festival</p>
  91. <p>Go to <a href="http://www.jazzstage.us/">www.jazzstage.us</a> for links to these and the other great artists featured on <strong>Detroit JazzStage</strong></p>
  92. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgments &#8211;</span></strong><br />
  93. <strong>Opening Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Marks Mood</strong> available on the self titled CD <strong>Bop Culture</strong></p>
  94. <p><strong>Closing Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Erroenious</strong> available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.</p>
  95. <p>Go to <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a> for more information.</p>
  96. <p>A special thanks goes out to <a href="http://www.mackavenue.com/" target="_blank">Mack Avenue</a> recording artist <strong>Sachal Vasandani</strong> for supplying us with our introduction. Go to <a href="http://www.mackavenue.com/" target="_blank">http://www.mackavenue.com</a> for more information on Sachal and their many other great artists.</p>
  97. <p>This episode is sponsored by the <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank">2008 Detroit International Jazz Festival</a>. Go to <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank">www.detroitjazzfest.com</a> to find out more about this wonderful end of summer tradition.</p>
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  101. <itunes:subtitle>This month on Detroit Jazzstage,Terri Pontremoli, the Executive Director of the Detroit International Jazz Festival, sat down to discuss this year&#8217;s lineup.
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  110. <title>DJS Jazz Spotlite Featuring The Legendary Dr. Yusef Lateef</title>
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  112. <pubDate>Sun, 20 Jul 2008 02:27:30 +0000</pubDate>
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  117. <description><![CDATA[This DJS Jazz Spotlite features the legendary Dr. Yusef Lateef. Known for his innovative blending of &#8220;Eastern&#8221; music with American jazz, Lateef&#8217;s main instruments are tenor saxophone and flute, but he is one of few to play oboe or bassoon in jazz, and also plays various world music instruments. Dr. Lateef came up in a [&#8230;]]]></description>
  118. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a title="Dr. Yusef Lateef" href="http://www.yuseflateef.com" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-220" title="Dr. Yusef Lateef" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/ylateef1.jpg" alt="Yusef Lateef" width="181" height="248" /></a>This DJS Jazz Spotlite features the legendary <a title="Dr. Yusef Lateef" href="http://www.yuseflateef.com" target="_blank"><strong>Dr. Yusef Lateef</strong></a>.</p>
  119. <p>Known for his innovative blending of &#8220;Eastern&#8221; music with American jazz, Lateef&#8217;s main instruments are tenor saxophone and flute, but he is one of few to play oboe or bassoon in jazz, and also plays various world music instruments.</p>
  120. <p>Dr. Lateef came up in a very fertile period in Detroit. Some of the Detroit musicians he performed with include vibraphonist Milt Jackson, bassist Paul Chambers, drummer Elvin Jones, and guitarist Kenny Burrell.</p>
  121. <p>By 1960, after already playing a year with Dizzy Gillespie&#8217;s orchestra, he began performing with Charles Mingus, Cannonball Adderley, Miles Davis, and obtained a BA in music and a MA in music education from Wayne State University.</p>
  122. <p>This true renaissance man has continued to write music that crosses stylistic and artistic boundaries. He has taught at the Borough of Manhattan Community College and the the Manhattan School of Music. He has toured the world with his ensembles and other musicians performing in concert halls and music festivals. Dr. Lateef continues to perform, record and expand the boundaries of music.</p>
  123. <p>Dr. Lateef participated in a panel discussion held in the <a href="http://www.detroitmusichistory.com/events.html" target="_blank"><strong>Jazz Talk Tent</strong></a> at the <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank"><strong>2007 Detroit International Jazz Festival</strong></a>. The discussion focused on the Dr. Lateef&#8217;s life and his many accomplishments. In the segment featured in this Spotlite, Dr. Lateef discusses how he started exploring non-western musical instruments. The other participants in the discussion included Detroit Saxophonist <a href="http://www.allaboutjazz.com/stevewood" target="_blank"><strong>Steve Wood</strong></a>, author <a href="http://aalbc.com/authors/herb_boyd.htm" target="_blank"><strong>Herb Boyd</strong></a>, and producer/educator/author/jazz historian <a href="http://www.msmnyc.edu/catalog/facbio.asp?fid=1008172953" target="_blank"><strong>Ira Gitler</strong></a></p>
  124. <p>To learn more about this amazing musician, and human being, go to <a href="http://www.yuseflateef.com/" target="_blank"><strong>yuseflateef.com</strong></a></p>
  125. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Music</strong></span><br />
  126. Cry Tender</p>
  127. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Musicians</span></strong><br />
  128. <strong>Trumpet &#8211;</strong> Lonnie Hillyer<br />
  129. <strong>Piano &#8211;</strong> Hugh Lawson<br />
  130. <strong>Bass &#8211;</strong> Herman Wright<br />
  131. <strong>Drums &#8211;</strong> Frank Gant</p>
  132. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgements:</span></strong><br />
  133. <strong>Opening Music -Riff3</strong> &#8211; Tim Brockett**<br />
  134. <strong><a href="http://www.motorcityhorns.com/" target="_blank">Motor City Horns (motorcityhorns.com)</a></strong><br />
  135. <strong>Trumpet</strong> &#8211; Ben Toman<br />
  136. <strong>Trumpet </strong>&#8211; Mark Byerly<br />
  137. <strong>Alto Saxophone </strong>&#8211; Dave Luther<br />
  138. <strong>Tenor Saxophone</strong> &#8211; Keith Kaminski<br />
  139. <strong>Trombone</strong> &#8211; John Rutherford</p>
  140. <p><strong>Background Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>the resurrection</strong> available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD <strong>The E.P.</strong> Go to <strong><a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a></strong> for more information</p>
  141. <p>A special thank you to author <a href="http://aalbc.com/authors/herb_boyd.htm" target="_blank"><strong>Herb Boyd</strong></a> for acting as liason between Dr. Lateef and JazzStage Productions. Make sure to check out the book he coauthored with Dr. Lateef called <strong><a href="http://www.amazon.com/gp/redirect.html?ie=UTF8&amp;location=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.com%2FGentle-Giant-Yusef-Lateef%2Fdp%2F1929188129%3Fie%3DUTF8%26s%3Dbooks%26qid%3D1216519391%26sr%3D1-1&amp;tag=jazzsprodu-20&amp;linkCode=ur2&amp;camp=1789&amp;creative=9325" target="_blank">The Gentle Giant</a><img style="border: medium none  ! important; margin: 0px ! important;" src="http://www.assoc-amazon.com/e/ir?t=jazzsprodu-20&amp;l=ur2&amp;o=1" border="0" alt="" width="1" height="1" /></strong>.  It is a highly recommended read.</p>
  142. <p><iframe src="http://rcm.amazon.com/e/cm?t=jazzsprodu-20&#038;o=1&#038;p=8&#038;l=as1&#038;asins=1929188129&#038;fc1=000000&#038;IS2=1&#038;lt1=_blank&#038;m=amazon&#038;lc1=0000FF&#038;bc1=000000&#038;bg1=FFFFFF&#038;f=ifr" style="width:120px;height:240px;" scrolling="no" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" frameborder="0"></iframe></p>
  143. <p>The photo comes courtesy of <a href="http://hansspeekenbrink.nl/" target="_blank"><strong>Hans Speekenbrink Podiumfotografie</strong></a>.  His many other fine works can be found at <a href="http://hansspeekenbrink.nl/" target="_blank"><strong>http://hansspeekenbrink.nl</strong></a></p>
  144. <p>This Spotlite was sponsored by the <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank"><strong>Detroit International Jazz Festival</strong></a>. Go to <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank"><strong>http://www.detroitjazzfest.com</strong></a> to find out more about this wonderful end of summer tradition.</p>
  145. <p>**Past DJS Jazz Spotlite&#8217;s have wrongly credited Dave Luther as the Riff3 composer. JazzStage Productions stands corrected and would like to apologize to Mr. Brockett for this oversight</p>
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  148. <itunes:duration>0:13:47</itunes:duration>
  149. <itunes:subtitle>This DJS Jazz Spotlite features the legendary Dr. Yusef Lateef.
  150. Known for his innovative blending of &#8220;Eastern&#8221; music with American jazz, Lateef&#8217;s main instruments are tenor saxophone and flute, but he is one of few to play oboe or [...]</itunes:subtitle>
  151. <itunes:summary>This DJS Jazz Spotlite features the legendary Dr. Yusef Lateef.
  152. Known for his innovative blending of &#8220;Eastern&#8221; music with American jazz, Lateef&#8217;s main instruments are tenor saxophone and flute, but he is one of few to play oboe or bassoon in jazz, and also plays various world music instruments.
  153. Dr. Lateef came up in a very fertile period in Detroit. Some of the Detroit musicians he performed with include vibraphonist Milt Jackson, bassist Paul Chambers, drummer Elvin Jones, and guitarist Kenny Burrell.
  154. By 1960, after already playing a year with Dizzy Gillespie&#8217;s orchestra, he began performing with Charles Mingus, Cannonball Adderley, Miles Davis, and obtained a BA in music and a MA in music education from Wayne State University.
  155. This true renaissance man has continued to write music that crosses stylistic and artistic boundaries. He has taught at the Borough of Manhattan Community College and the the Manhattan School of Music. He has toured the world with his ensembles and other musicians performing in concert halls and music festivals. Dr. Lateef continues to perform, record and expand the boundaries of music.
  156. Dr. Lateef participated in a panel discussion held in the Jazz Talk Tent at the 2007 Detroit International Jazz Festival. The discussion focused on the Dr. Lateef&#8217;s life and his many accomplishments. In the segment featured in this Spotlite, Dr. Lateef discusses how he started exploring non-western musical instruments. The other participants in the discussion included Detroit Saxophonist Steve Wood, author Herb Boyd, and producer/educator/author/jazz historian Ira Gitler
  157. To learn more about this amazing musician, and human being, go to yuseflateef.com
  158. Music
  159. Cry Tender
  160. Musicians
  161. Trumpet &#8211; Lonnie Hillyer
  162. Piano &#8211; Hugh Lawson
  163. Bass &#8211; Herman Wright
  164. Drums &#8211; Frank Gant
  165. Acknowledgements:
  166. Opening Music -Riff3 &#8211; Tim Brockett**
  167. Motor City Horns (motorcityhorns.com)
  168. Trumpet &#8211; Ben Toman
  169. Trumpet &#8211; Mark Byerly
  170. Alto Saxophone &#8211; Dave Luther
  171. Tenor Saxophone &#8211; Keith Kaminski
  172. Trombone &#8211; John Rutherford
  173. Background Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s the resurrection available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P. Go to bopculture.com for more information
  174. A special thank you to author Herb Boyd for acting as liason between Dr. Lateef and JazzStage Productions. Make sure to check out the book he coauthored with Dr. Lateef called The Gentle Giant.  It is a highly recommended read.
  175.  
  176. The photo comes courtesy of Hans Speekenbrink Podiumfotografie.  His many other fine works can be found at http://hansspeekenbrink.nl
  177. This Spotlite was sponsored by the Detroit International Jazz Festival. Go to http://www.detroitjazzfest.com to find out more about this wonderful end of summer tradition.
  178. **Past DJS Jazz Spotlite&#8217;s have wrongly credited Dave Luther as the Riff3 composer. JazzStage Productions stands corrected and would like to apologize to Mr. Brockett for this oversight
  179. </itunes:summary>
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  181. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
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  186. <title>DJS Jazz Spotlite Featuring Mack Avenue Artist Sachal Vasandani</title>
  187. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2008/07/02/djs-spotlite-featuring-sachal-vasandani/</link>
  188. <comments>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2008/07/02/djs-spotlite-featuring-sachal-vasandani/#comments</comments>
  189. <pubDate>Wed, 02 Jul 2008 18:46:49 +0000</pubDate>
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  194. <description><![CDATA[Your guest for this DJS Jazz Spotlite is the New York-based vocalist-songwriter-bandleader and Mack Avenue recording artist Sachal Vasandani. This fresh, young talent displays a singular, deep-brewed voice and possesses an uncanny sensibility to straddle the fine line between jazz and pop. You will hear a cut from his latest CD, Eyes Wide Open. Vasandani [&#8230;]]]></description>
  195. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a title="Sachal Vasandani" href="http://www.sachalvasandani.com/" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-276" title="Sachal Vasandani" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/s_vasandani.jpg" alt="Sachal Vasandani" width="204" height="255" /></a>Your guest for this DJS Jazz Spotlite is the New York-based vocalist-songwriter-bandleader and <a href="http://www.mackavenue.com/" target="_blank"><strong>Mack Avenue</strong></a> recording artist <strong><a href="http://www.sachalvasandani.com/" target="_blank">Sachal Vasandani</a></strong>. This fresh, young talent displays a singular, deep-brewed voice and possesses an uncanny sensibility to straddle the fine line between jazz and pop. You will hear a cut from his latest CD, <a href="http://mackavenue.com/shopsite_sc/shopping_cart/order.cgi?rd=1&amp;storeid=*1ab6811a30049d2a038e7ccf753aed&amp;sbid=SSMSB1215537036.27965&amp;prevlocation=http://www.sachalvasandani.com/" target="_blank"><strong>Eyes Wide Open</strong></a>.</p>
  196. <p>Vasandani is in the company of his established trio comprised of Pianist Jeb Patton, Bassist David Wong and Drummer Quincy Davis.</p>
  197. <p>Guests on the CD include Vibraphonist Stefon Harris, Trumpeter Marcus Printup and Guitarist Doug Wamble. The album is produced by esteemed Bassist/Bandleader John Clayton and veteran staff producer Al Pryor, engineered by Joe Ferla and mastered by Bob Ludwig.</p>
  198. <p>For more information on Sachal visit <strong><a href="http://www.sachalvasandani.com/" target="_blank">sachalvasandani.com</a></strong>.</p>
  199. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Music</span></strong><br />
  200. Send &#8216;Em Up To Heaven</p>
  201. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Musicians</span></strong><br />
  202. <strong>Vibes &#8211; </strong>Stefon Harris<br />
  203. <strong>Piano &#8211;</strong> Jeb Patton<br />
  204. <strong>Bass &#8211;</strong> David Wong<br />
  205. <strong>Drums &#8211;</strong> Quincy Davis</p>
  206. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgements:</span></strong><br />
  207. <strong>Opening Music -Riff3</strong> &#8211; Tim Brockett<br />
  208. <strong><a href="http://www.motorcityhorns.com/" target="_blank">Motor City Horns (motorcityhorns.com)</a></strong><br />
  209. <strong>Trumpet</strong> &#8211; Ben Toman<br />
  210. <strong>Trumpet </strong>&#8211; Mark Byerly<br />
  211. <strong>Alto Saxophone </strong>&#8211; Dave Luther<br />
  212. <strong>Tenor Saxophone</strong> &#8211; Keith Kaminski<br />
  213. <strong>Trombone</strong> &#8211; John Rutherford</p>
  214. <p><strong>Background Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>the resurrection</strong> available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD <strong>The E.P.</strong> Go to <strong><a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a></strong> for more information</p>
  215. <p>This Spotlite was sponsored by the <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank"><strong>Detroit International Jazz Festival</strong></a>. Go to <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank"><strong>http://www.detroitjazzfest.com</strong></a> to find out more about this wonderful end of summer tradition.</p>
  216. <p>For more information on the many fine <a href="http://www.mackavenue.com/" target="_blank"><strong>Mack Avenue Records</strong></a> artists, go to <a href="http://www.mackavenue.com/" target="_blank"><strong>mackavenue.com</strong></a></p>
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  221. <itunes:duration>0:15:54</itunes:duration>
  222. <itunes:subtitle>Your guest for this DJS Jazz Spotlite is the New York-based vocalist-songwriter-bandleader and Mack Avenue recording artist Sachal Vasandani. This fresh, young talent displays a singular, deep-brewed voice and possesses an uncanny sensibility to str[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  223. <itunes:summary>Your guest for this DJS Jazz Spotlite is the New York-based vocalist-songwriter-bandleader and Mack Avenue recording artist Sachal Vasandani. This fresh, young talent displays a singular, deep-brewed voice and possesses an uncanny sensibility to straddle the fine line between jazz and pop. You will hear a cut from his latest CD, Eyes Wide Open.
  224. Vasandani is in the company of his established trio comprised of Pianist Jeb Patton, Bassist David Wong and Drummer Quincy Davis.
  225. Guests on the CD include Vibraphonist Stefon Harris, Trumpeter Marcus Printup and Guitarist Doug Wamble. The album is produced by esteemed Bassist/Bandleader John Clayton and veteran staff producer Al Pryor, engineered by Joe Ferla and mastered by Bob Ludwig.
  226. For more information on Sachal visit sachalvasandani.com.
  227. Music
  228. Send &#8216;Em Up To Heaven
  229. Musicians
  230. Vibes &#8211; Stefon Harris
  231. Piano &#8211; Jeb Patton
  232. Bass &#8211; David Wong
  233. Drums &#8211; Quincy Davis
  234. Acknowledgements:
  235. Opening Music -Riff3 &#8211; Tim Brockett
  236. Motor City Horns (motorcityhorns.com)
  237. Trumpet &#8211; Ben Toman
  238. Trumpet &#8211; Mark Byerly
  239. Alto Saxophone &#8211; Dave Luther
  240. Tenor Saxophone &#8211; Keith Kaminski
  241. Trombone &#8211; John Rutherford
  242. Background Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s the resurrection available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P. Go to bopculture.com for more information
  243. This Spotlite was sponsored by the Detroit International Jazz Festival. Go to http://www.detroitjazzfest.com to find out more about this wonderful end of summer tradition.
  244. For more information on the many fine Mack Avenue Records artists, go to mackavenue.com
  245. </itunes:summary>
  246. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  247. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  248. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  249. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
  250. </item>
  251. <item>
  252. <title>DJS Jazz Spotlite Featuring Trumpeter Sean Jones</title>
  253. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2008/04/10/djs-jazz-spotlite-featuring-trumpeter-sean-jones/</link>
  254. <pubDate>Thu, 10 Apr 2008 14:45:59 +0000</pubDate>
  255. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  256. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  257.  
  258. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://lberns.com/jazzstage/?p=682</guid>
  259. <description><![CDATA[Mack Avenue Records Recording artist Sean Jones has revealed himself as among the most immensely expressive, versatile and gifted players of his generation. With each new project, the Warren, Ohio native has peeled back another layer to show us a fresh peek at his soul. His 2004 solo debut, Eternal Journey (recorded when he was [&#8230;]]]></description>
  260. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><strong><a href="http://www.seanjonesmusic.com"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-277" title="Sean Jones" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/sjones.jpg" alt="Sean Jones" width="240" height="160" /></a>Mack Avenue Records</strong> Recording artist <strong><a href="http://www.seanjonesmusic.com/" target="_blank">Sean Jones</a></strong> has revealed himself as among the most immensely expressive, versatile and gifted players of his generation. With each new project, the Warren, Ohio native has peeled back another layer to show us a fresh peek at his soul. His 2004 solo debut, <a href="http://mackavenue.com/shopsite_sc/store/html/index-ss4.html#6" target="_blank"><strong>Eternal Journey</strong></a> (recorded when he was 25) introduced Sean as a deft expressor of modern bop for the 21st century via originals and standards in a quintet format. Saxophonist/Composer <strong><a href="http://www.tiafuller.com/" target="_blank">Tia Fuller&#8217;s</a></strong> composition Gullyism will be presented in this Spotlite.</p>
  261. <p>Sean joined moderator W. Kim Heron and fellow panelists Charlie Gabriel, <a href="http://www.howardmandel.com/" target="_blank"><strong>Howard Mandel</strong></a>, Lajoie Butch Gomez in the <a href="http://www.detroitmusichistory.com/events.html" target="_blank"><strong>Jazz Talk Tent</strong></a> at the <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank"><strong>2006 Detroit International Jazz Festival</strong></a> for a discussion on <a href="http://jazzstageproductions.com/djs/?p=8" target="_blank"><strong>New Orleans Brass Bands</strong></a>. Here Sean discusses the resourcefulness of late 19th Century New Orleans musicians learning to play the many instruments left over from the U.S. Civil War, and how they developed playing techniques that have an impact still to this day.</p>
  262. <p>Information on Sean Jones can be found at <strong><a href="http://www.seanjonesmusic.com/" target="_blank">http://www.seanjonesmusic.com</a></strong></p>
  263. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Music</strong></span><br />
  264. <strong>Gullyism</strong> &#8211; <a href="http://www.tiafuller.com/" target="_blank">Tia Fuller</a></p>
  265. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Musicians</span></strong><br />
  266. <strong><a href="http://www.seanjonesmusic.com/" target="_blank">Sean Jones</a> &#8211;</strong> Trumpet<br />
  267. <strong>Charles Fambrough &#8211;</strong> Bass<br />
  268. <strong><a href="http://www.drummerworld.com/drummers/Ralph_Peterson.html" target="_blank">Ralph Peterson</a> &#8211;</strong> Drums<br />
  269. <strong><a href="http://www.tiafuller.com/" target="_blank">Tia Fuller</a> &#8211;</strong> Saxophones, Flute<br />
  270. <strong><a href="http://www.mulgrewmiller.com/" target="_blank">Mulgrew Miller</a>, <a href="http://www.imanirecords.com/orrin.html" target="_blank">Orrin Evans</a> &#8211;</strong> Piano</p>
  271. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgements:</span></strong><br />
  272. <strong>Opening Music -Riff3</strong> &#8211; Tim Brockett<br />
  273. <strong><a href="http://www.motorcityhorns.com/" target="_blank">Motor City Horns (motorcityhorns.com)</a></strong><br />
  274. <strong>Trumpet</strong> &#8211; Ben Toman<br />
  275. <strong>Trumpet </strong>&#8211; Mark Byerly<br />
  276. <strong>Alto Saxophone </strong>&#8211; Dave Luther<br />
  277. <strong>Tenor Saxophone</strong> &#8211; Keith Kaminski<br />
  278. <strong>Trombone</strong> &#8211; John Rutherford</p>
  279. <p><strong>Background Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>the resurrection</strong> available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD <strong>The E.P.</strong> </p>
  280. <p>This Spotlite was sponsored by the <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank"><strong>Detroit International Jazz Festival</strong></a>. Go to <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank"><strong>http://www.detroitjazzfest.com</strong></a> to find out more about this wonderful end of summer tradition.</p>
  281. <p>For more information on the many fine <a href="http://www.mackavenue.com/" target="_blank"><strong>Mack Avenue Records</strong></a> artists, go to <a href="http://www.mackavenue.com/" target="_blank"><strong>http://www.mackavenue.com</strong></a></p>
  282. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2008%2F04%2F10%2Fdjs-jazz-spotlite-featuring-trumpeter-sean-jones%2F&amp;title=DJS%20Jazz%20Spotlite%20Featuring%20Trumpeter%20Sean%20Jones" id="wpa2a_18"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
  283. <enclosure url="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/audio/djs_spotlite_sean_jones_final_1.mp3" length="15132762" type="audio/mpeg" />
  284. <itunes:duration>0:10:28</itunes:duration>
  285. <itunes:subtitle>Mack Avenue Records Recording artist Sean Jones has revealed himself as among the most immensely expressive, versatile and gifted players of his generation. With each new project, the Warren, Ohio native has peeled back another layer to show us a fr[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  286. <itunes:summary>Mack Avenue Records Recording artist Sean Jones has revealed himself as among the most immensely expressive, versatile and gifted players of his generation. With each new project, the Warren, Ohio native has peeled back another layer to show us a fresh peek at his soul. His 2004 solo debut, Eternal Journey (recorded when he was 25) introduced Sean as a deft expressor of modern bop for the 21st century via originals and standards in a quintet format. Saxophonist/Composer Tia Fuller&#8217;s composition Gullyism will be presented in this Spotlite.
  287. Sean joined moderator W. Kim Heron and fellow panelists Charlie Gabriel, Howard Mandel, Lajoie Butch Gomez in the Jazz Talk Tent at the 2006 Detroit International Jazz Festival for a discussion on New Orleans Brass Bands. Here Sean discusses the resourcefulness of late 19th Century New Orleans musicians learning to play the many instruments left over from the U.S. Civil War, and how they developed playing techniques that have an impact still to this day.
  288. Information on Sean Jones can be found at http://www.seanjonesmusic.com
  289. Music
  290. Gullyism &#8211; Tia Fuller
  291. Musicians
  292. Sean Jones &#8211; Trumpet
  293. Charles Fambrough &#8211; Bass
  294. Ralph Peterson &#8211; Drums
  295. Tia Fuller &#8211; Saxophones, Flute
  296. Mulgrew Miller, Orrin Evans &#8211; Piano
  297. Acknowledgements:
  298. Opening Music -Riff3 &#8211; Tim Brockett
  299. Motor City Horns (motorcityhorns.com)
  300. Trumpet &#8211; Ben Toman
  301. Trumpet &#8211; Mark Byerly
  302. Alto Saxophone &#8211; Dave Luther
  303. Tenor Saxophone &#8211; Keith Kaminski
  304. Trombone &#8211; John Rutherford
  305. Background Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s the resurrection available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  306. This Spotlite was sponsored by the Detroit International Jazz Festival. Go to http://www.detroitjazzfest.com to find out more about this wonderful end of summer tradition.
  307. For more information on the many fine Mack Avenue Records artists, go to http://www.mackavenue.com
  308. </itunes:summary>
  309. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  310. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  311. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  312. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
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  314. <item>
  315. <title>DJS Jazz Spotlite Featuring Pianist Rick Roe</title>
  316. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2008/03/15/djs-jazz-spotlite-featuring-pianist-rick-roe/</link>
  317. <pubDate>Sat, 15 Mar 2008 14:07:59 +0000</pubDate>
  318. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  319. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  320.  
  321. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://lberns.com/jazzstage/?p=653</guid>
  322. <description><![CDATA[This DJS Jazz Spotlite features multi-award winning pianist Rick Roe. He is a respected educator and one of the Professors of Jazz at Michigan State University. Rick has served as an educator/clinician at the University of Arizona, North Texas University, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, the University of Michigan, and the Montreaux/Detroit Jazz Festival. [&#8230;]]]></description>
  323. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://www.myspace.com/rickroe"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-274" title="Rick Roe" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/rickroe.jpg" alt="Rick Roe" width="210" height="190" /></a>This DJS Jazz Spotlite features multi-award winning pianist <strong>Rick Roe</strong>.  He is a respected educator and one of the <a href="http://www.music.msu.edu/professorsofjazz/" target="_blank"><strong>Professors of Jazz</strong></a> at <a href="http://www.music.msu.edu/" target="_blank"><strong>Michigan State University</strong></a>. Rick has served as an educator/clinician at the University of Arizona, North Texas University, the University<br />
  324. of Nevada, Las Vegas, the University of Michigan, and the Montreaux/Detroit Jazz Festival. He has performed with the likes of Wynton Marsalis, Marcus Belgrave, Donald Walden, Rodney Whitaker, Frank Foster, Gerald Cleaver, Louis Smith, and many others.</p>
  325. <p>Rick won First Place in the Great American Jazz Piano Competition in 1994, was twice a Semifinalist in <a href="http://www.monkinstitute.org/" target="_blank"><strong>Thelonius Monk International Jazz Piano Competition</strong></a>, in 1993 and 1999, and has been a featured performer in the Jacksonville (Florida) Jazz, Savannah (Georgia) Onstage International Arts, Montreaux/Detroit International Jazz (now the Detroit International Jazz Festival), Birmingham Jazz, Lansing Jazz, Flint Jazz, and Hawaii Jazz (with Frank Morgan) Festivals.</p>
  326. <p>This DJS Jazz Spotlite will feature the title track from Rick&#8217;s latest album, <strong>Minor Shuffle</strong>.  The album also features the great, young bassist <strong>Josef Deas</strong> and smokin&#8217; drummer <strong>Thaddeus Dixon</strong>.</p>
  327. <p>To learn more about Rick or to purchase any of his superb recordings please visit his Myspace page at  <strong><a title="Rick Roe Myspace site" href="http://www.myspace.com/rickroe" target="_blank">http://www.myspace.com/rickroe</a></strong>.</p>
  328. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgements:</span></strong><br />
  329. <strong>Opening Music -Riff3</strong> &#8211; Dave Luther<br />
  330. <strong><a href="http://www.motorcityhorns.com/" target="_blank">Motor City Horns (motorcityhorns.com)</a></strong><br />
  331. <strong>Trumpet</strong> &#8211; Ben Toman<br />
  332. <strong>Trumpet </strong>&#8211; Mark Byerly<br />
  333. <strong>Alto Saxophone </strong>&#8211; Dave Luther<br />
  334. <strong>Tenor Saxophone</strong> &#8211; Keith Kaminski<br />
  335. <strong>Trombone</strong> &#8211; John Rutherford</p>
  336. <p><strong>Background Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>the resurrection</strong> available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD <strong>The E.P.</strong> Go to <strong><a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a></strong> for more information</p>
  337. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2008%2F03%2F15%2Fdjs-jazz-spotlite-featuring-pianist-rick-roe%2F&amp;title=DJS%20Jazz%20Spotlite%20Featuring%20Pianist%20Rick%20Roe" id="wpa2a_24"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
  338. <enclosure url="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/audio/roe_spotlite_final.mp3" length="15584650" type="audio/mpeg" />
  339. <itunes:duration>0:10:47</itunes:duration>
  340. <itunes:subtitle>This DJS Jazz Spotlite features multi-award winning pianist Rick Roe.  He is a respected educator and one of the Professors of Jazz at Michigan State University. Rick has served as an educator/clinician at the University of Arizona, North Texas Univ[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  341. <itunes:summary>This DJS Jazz Spotlite features multi-award winning pianist Rick Roe.  He is a respected educator and one of the Professors of Jazz at Michigan State University. Rick has served as an educator/clinician at the University of Arizona, North Texas University, the University
  342. of Nevada, Las Vegas, the University of Michigan, and the Montreaux/Detroit Jazz Festival. He has performed with the likes of Wynton Marsalis, Marcus Belgrave, Donald Walden, Rodney Whitaker, Frank Foster, Gerald Cleaver, Louis Smith, and many others.
  343. Rick won First Place in the Great American Jazz Piano Competition in 1994, was twice a Semifinalist in Thelonius Monk International Jazz Piano Competition, in 1993 and 1999, and has been a featured performer in the Jacksonville (Florida) Jazz, Savannah (Georgia) Onstage International Arts, Montreaux/Detroit International Jazz (now the Detroit International Jazz Festival), Birmingham Jazz, Lansing Jazz, Flint Jazz, and Hawaii Jazz (with Frank Morgan) Festivals.
  344. This DJS Jazz Spotlite will feature the title track from Rick&#8217;s latest album, Minor Shuffle.  The album also features the great, young bassist Josef Deas and smokin&#8217; drummer Thaddeus Dixon.
  345. To learn more about Rick or to purchase any of his superb recordings please visit his Myspace page at  http://www.myspace.com/rickroe.
  346. Acknowledgements:
  347. Opening Music -Riff3 &#8211; Dave Luther
  348. Motor City Horns (motorcityhorns.com)
  349. Trumpet &#8211; Ben Toman
  350. Trumpet &#8211; Mark Byerly
  351. Alto Saxophone &#8211; Dave Luther
  352. Tenor Saxophone &#8211; Keith Kaminski
  353. Trombone &#8211; John Rutherford
  354. Background Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s the resurrection available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P. Go to bopculture.com for more information
  355. </itunes:summary>
  356. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  357. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  358. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  359. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
  360. </item>
  361. <item>
  362. <title>DJS Jazz Spotlite Featuring James Dapogny&#8217;s Chicago Jazz Band</title>
  363. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2008/03/12/djs-spotlite-featuring-james-dapognys-chicago-jazz-band/</link>
  364. <comments>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2008/03/12/djs-spotlite-featuring-james-dapognys-chicago-jazz-band/#comments</comments>
  365. <pubDate>Wed, 12 Mar 2008 14:08:03 +0000</pubDate>
  366. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  367. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  368.  
  369. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://lberns.com/jazzstage/?p=669</guid>
  370. <description><![CDATA[Jim needs little introduction in the jazz world. Professor of Music at the University of Michigan for over 40 years, he has led his Grammy-nominated Chicago Jazz Band for over 31 years, touring across North America and releasing numerous acclaimed records and C.D.s, including a project backing up the legendary Maria Muldaur in an album [&#8230;]]]></description>
  371. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a title="James Dapogny" href="http://www.allaboutjazz.com/php/musician.php?id=6088" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-251" title="James Dapogny" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/Jim.jpg" alt="Jim " width="186" height="250" /></a>Jim needs little introduction in the jazz world. <strong>Professor of Music</strong> at the <strong>University of Michigan</strong> for over 40 years, he has led his Grammy-nominated <strong>Chicago Jazz Band</strong> for over 31 years, touring across North America and releasing numerous acclaimed records and C.D.s, including a project backing up the legendary <strong>Maria Muldaur</strong> in an album of early blues classics.</p>
  372. <p>He is the author of <strong><a href="http://www.amazon.com/Ferdinand-Jelly-Roll-Morton-Collected/dp/0874743516/ref=cm_ciu_add_glance/103-2124167-5053407" target="_blank">Jelly Roll Morton- The Collected Piano Music</a></strong> and in late 2002 took on the task of reconstructing the great jazz pianist <strong>James P. Johnson&#8217;s</strong> lost opera, <strong>De Organizer</strong>, which was given packed performances in <strong>Ann Arbor</strong> at the <strong>Power Center</strong> and in <strong>Detroit</strong> at <strong>Detroit Symphony Orchestra Hall</strong>. In 2005 he completed reconstruction of Johnson&#8217;s other opera, <strong>The Dreamy Kid</strong>. The two operas were performed together, as Johnson had planned,over several evenings in March 2006, by University of Michigan forces conducted by Kenneth Kiesler and with Dapogny at the piano. The performances took place at the university&#8217;s <strong>Mendelssohn Theater</strong> in <strong>Ann Arbor</strong>. Recordings of the operas are being edited for issue. Dapogny was also voted <strong>Ann Arbor Current Entertainment Monthly&#8217;s</strong> 2004 and 2005 &#8220;Jazz Artist of the Year&#8221;.</p>
  373. <p>Jim&#8217;s piano playing is powerful, rich, sophisticated and inventive. His cornet playing (popping up in P.O.R.K.&#8217;s small group, the Wolverines) alludes to <strong>Bix Beiderbecke</strong> while being completely &#8220;in the moment&#8221;.</p>
  374. <p>Dapogny&#8217;s countless transcriptions of classic jazz music and numerous masterful arrangements give the Rhythm Kings a true world-class library to play from. Jim&#8217;s musical direction gives P.O.R.K. a unique and profound sound and keeps alive the true spirit of early jazz and dance music.</p>
  375. <p>Listen in as Jim discusses his early influences and the relevance this music still holds today.</p>
  376. <p>Additional information on James Dapogny can be found at <strong><a href="http://pkorecords.com/">http://pkorecords.com</a>, </strong>and <strong><a href="http://www.allaboutjazz.com/php/musician.php?id=6088" target="_blank">All About Jazz</a></strong>.</p>
  377. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Music</span><br />
  378. Way Down Yonder In New Orleans &#8211; </strong>Recorded live at the 2006 Detroit International Jazz Festival<span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong></strong></span></p>
  379. <p><strong>Musicians</strong><strong><br />
  380. Clarinet &#8211;</strong> Mike Jones<br />
  381. <strong>Tenor sax &#8211;</strong> Jim Wyse<br />
  382. <strong>Trumpet &#8211;</strong> Paul Finkbeiner<br />
  383. <strong>Trombone &#8211;</strong> Chris Smith<br />
  384. <strong>Piano &#8211;</strong> Jim Dapogny<br />
  385. <strong>Guitar, Banjo &#8211;</strong> Rod McDonald<br />
  386. <strong>Bass &#8211; </strong>Kurt Krahnke<br />
  387. <strong>Drums &#8211;</strong> Pete Siers<strong></strong></p>
  388. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Acknowledgements:</strong></span><strong></strong><br />
  389. <strong>Opening Music -Riff3</strong> &#8211; Dave Luther<br />
  390. <strong><a href="http://www.motorcityhorns.com/" target="_blank">Motor City Horns (motorcityhorns.com)</a></strong><br />
  391. <strong>Trumpet</strong> &#8211; Ben Toman<br />
  392. <strong>Trumpet </strong>&#8211; Mark Byerly<br />
  393. <strong>Alto Saxophone </strong>&#8211; Dave Luther<br />
  394. <strong>Tenor Saxophone</strong> &#8211; Keith Kaminski<br />
  395. <strong>Trombone</strong> &#8211; John Rutherford</p>
  396. <p><strong>Background Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>the resurrection</strong> available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD <strong>The E.P.</strong> Go to <strong><a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a></strong> for more information</p>
  397. <p>This Spotlite was sponsored by the <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank"><strong>Detroit International Jazz Festival</strong></a>. Go to <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank"><strong>http://www.detroitjazzfest.com</strong></a> to find out more about this wonderful end of summer tradition.</p>
  398. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2008%2F03%2F12%2Fdjs-spotlite-featuring-james-dapognys-chicago-jazz-band%2F&amp;title=DJS%20Jazz%20Spotlite%20Featuring%20James%20Dapogny%E2%80%99s%20Chicago%20Jazz%20Band" id="wpa2a_30"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
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  404. <title>A DJS Jazz Spotlite Featuring Pianist Hal Galper</title>
  405. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2008/03/01/djs-jazz-spotlite-featuring-hal-galper/</link>
  406. <pubDate>Sat, 01 Mar 2008 12:46:52 +0000</pubDate>
  407. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  408. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  409.  
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  411. <description><![CDATA[We are thrilled to present to you an original composition, plus commentary from Hal Galper. With over 82 recordings to his credit, 20 as a leader in his own right, pianist, composer, publisher, educator, author and touring artist, Hal Galper is best known for his work with Chet Baker, Cannonball Adderley, John Scofield and the [&#8230;]]]></description>
  412. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://www.halgalper.com/"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-242" title="Hal Galper" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/galperstanding.gif" alt="Hal Galper" /></a>We are thrilled to present to you an original composition, plus commentary from <strong><a href="http://www.halgalper.com/" target="_blank">Hal Galper</a></strong>. With over 82 recordings to his credit, 20 as a leader in his own right, pianist, composer, publisher, educator, author and touring artist, Hal Galper is best known for his work with Chet Baker, Cannonball Adderley, John Scofield and the Phil Woods Quintet. His recordings as a leader with Mike and Randy Brecker are considered among the best. Listen in as Hal talks about the development of his recently conceived <strong>rubato concept of playing</strong> technique followed by the composition <strong>Waiting For Chet</strong> from his <strong><a href="http://www.halgalper.com/_6_avai.htm" target="_blank">Agents Of Change</a></strong> CD<strong><br />
  413. </strong></p>
  414. <p>For more information on Hal go to <strong><a href="http://www.halgalper.com/" target="_blank">http://www.halgalper.com</a></strong></p>
  415. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Musicians</strong></span><br />
  416. <strong>Hal Galper</strong> &#8211; Piano<br />
  417. <strong>Tony Marino</strong> &#8211; Bass<br />
  418. <strong>Billy Mintz</strong> &#8211; Drums</p>
  419. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgements:</span></strong><br />
  420. <strong>Opening Music -Riff3</strong> &#8211; Dave Luther<br />
  421. <strong><a href="http://www.motorcityhorns.com/" target="_blank">Motor City Horns (motorcityhorns.com)</a></strong><br />
  422. <strong>Trumpet</strong> &#8211; Ben Toman<br />
  423. <strong>Trumpet </strong>&#8211; Mark Byerly<br />
  424. <strong>Alto Saxophone </strong>&#8211; Dave Luther<br />
  425. <strong>Tenor Saxophone</strong> &#8211; Keith Kaminski<br />
  426. <strong>Trombone</strong> &#8211; John Rutherford</p>
  427. <p><strong>Background Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>the resurrection</strong> available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD <strong>The E.P.</strong> Go to <strong><a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a></strong> for more information</p>
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  430. <itunes:duration>0:16:15</itunes:duration>
  431. <itunes:subtitle>We are thrilled to present to you an original composition, plus commentary from Hal Galper. With over 82 recordings to his credit, 20 as a leader in his own right, pianist, composer, publisher, educator, author and touring artist, Hal Galper is best[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  432. <itunes:summary>We are thrilled to present to you an original composition, plus commentary from Hal Galper. With over 82 recordings to his credit, 20 as a leader in his own right, pianist, composer, publisher, educator, author and touring artist, Hal Galper is best known for his work with Chet Baker, Cannonball Adderley, John Scofield and the Phil Woods Quintet. His recordings as a leader with Mike and Randy Brecker are considered among the best. Listen in as Hal talks about the development of his recently conceived rubato concept of playing technique followed by the composition Waiting For Chet from his Agents Of Change CD
  433.  
  434. For more information on Hal go to http://www.halgalper.com
  435. Musicians
  436. Hal Galper &#8211; Piano
  437. Tony Marino &#8211; Bass
  438. Billy Mintz &#8211; Drums
  439. Acknowledgements:
  440. Opening Music -Riff3 &#8211; Dave Luther
  441. Motor City Horns (motorcityhorns.com)
  442. Trumpet &#8211; Ben Toman
  443. Trumpet &#8211; Mark Byerly
  444. Alto Saxophone &#8211; Dave Luther
  445. Tenor Saxophone &#8211; Keith Kaminski
  446. Trombone &#8211; John Rutherford
  447. Background Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s the resurrection available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P. Go to bopculture.com for more information
  448. </itunes:summary>
  449. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  450. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  451. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  452. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
  453. </item>
  454. <item>
  455. <title>A DJS Jazz Spotlite Presenting Pianist Steve Richko</title>
  456. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2008/02/21/djs-jazz-spotlite-presenting-steve-richko/</link>
  457. <pubDate>Thu, 21 Feb 2008 16:23:12 +0000</pubDate>
  458. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  459. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  460.  
  461. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://lberns.com/jazzstage/?p=645</guid>
  462. <description><![CDATA[Pianist Steve Richko lives in Dearborn, MI. He is a 27-year-old prodigy who fell in love with the music of Oscar Peterson at the age of 12. Since then, Steve has made a thorough study of Oscar&#8217;s piano artistry and career. Today, Steve Richko is regarded as one the finest young pianists on the Detroit [&#8230;]]]></description>
  463. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a title="Steve Richko" href="http://pkorecords.com/cds/oscar/oscar.htm" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-273" title="Steve Richko" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/richko.jpg" alt="Steve Richko" /></a>Pianist <strong>Steve Richko</strong> lives in Dearborn, MI. He is a 27-year-old prodigy who fell in love with the music of Oscar Peterson at the age of 12. Since then, Steve has made a thorough study of Oscar&#8217;s piano artistry and career. Today, Steve Richko is regarded as one the finest young pianists on the Detroit jazz scene. Steve&#8217;s virtuosic piano technique is astounding and his understanding of ensemble playing and trio arranging makes for a spectacular presentation. He plays with great feeling and charisma, at once lush and rhapsodic, then bluesy and greasy, then lightning fast bebop! Steve Richko&#8217;s musical star is just now rising and the sky is the limit for this amazing jazz sensation!</p>
  464. <p>More information on Steve can be found at <a href="http://pkorecords.com/" target="_blank">http://pkorecords.com</a></p>
  465. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Music</span></strong><br />
  466. Title track from Steve&#8217;s CD &#8211; <a title="To Oscar, With Love: A Tribute To Oscar Peterson" href="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-admin/post-new.php" target="_blank"><strong>To Oscar, With Love: A Tribute To Oscar Peterson</strong></a></p>
  467. <p>Sales of this CD benefit ALS Foundations dedicated to finding a cure for Lou Gerhig&#8217;s Disease.</p>
  468. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Musicians</strong></span><br />
  469. <strong>Piano &#8211;</strong> Steve Richko<br />
  470. <strong>Bass &#8211;</strong> Paul Keller<br />
  471. <strong>Drums &#8211;</strong> Pete Siers</p>
  472. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgements:</span></strong><br />
  473. <strong>Opening Music -Riff3</strong> &#8211; Dave Luther<br />
  474. <strong><a href="http://www.motorcityhorns.com/" target="_blank">Motor City Horns (motorcityhorns.com)</a></strong><br />
  475. <strong>Trumpet</strong> &#8211; Ben Toman<br />
  476. <strong>Trumpet </strong>&#8211; Mark Byerly<br />
  477. <strong>Alto Saxophone </strong>&#8211; Dave Luther<br />
  478. <strong>Tenor Saxophone</strong> &#8211; Keith Kaminski<br />
  479. <strong>Trombone</strong> &#8211; John Rutherford</p>
  480. <p><strong>Background Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>the resurrection</strong> available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD <strong>The E.P.</strong> Go to <strong><a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a></strong> for more information</p>
  481. <p>This Spotlite was sponsored by the <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank"><strong>Detroit International Jazz Festival</strong></a>. Go to <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank"><strong>http://www.detroitjazzfest.com</strong></a> to find out more about this wonderful end of summer tradition.</p>
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  484. <itunes:duration>0:08:36</itunes:duration>
  485. <itunes:subtitle>Pianist Steve Richko lives in Dearborn, MI. He is a 27-year-old prodigy who fell in love with the music of Oscar Peterson at the age of 12. Since then, Steve has made a thorough study of Oscar&#8217;s piano artistry and career. Today, Steve Richko i[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  486. <itunes:summary>Pianist Steve Richko lives in Dearborn, MI. He is a 27-year-old prodigy who fell in love with the music of Oscar Peterson at the age of 12. Since then, Steve has made a thorough study of Oscar&#8217;s piano artistry and career. Today, Steve Richko is regarded as one the finest young pianists on the Detroit jazz scene. Steve&#8217;s virtuosic piano technique is astounding and his understanding of ensemble playing and trio arranging makes for a spectacular presentation. He plays with great feeling and charisma, at once lush and rhapsodic, then bluesy and greasy, then lightning fast bebop! Steve Richko&#8217;s musical star is just now rising and the sky is the limit for this amazing jazz sensation!
  487. More information on Steve can be found at http://pkorecords.com
  488. Music
  489. Title track from Steve&#8217;s CD &#8211; To Oscar, With Love: A Tribute To Oscar Peterson
  490. Sales of this CD benefit ALS Foundations dedicated to finding a cure for Lou Gerhig&#8217;s Disease.
  491. Musicians
  492. Piano &#8211; Steve Richko
  493. Bass &#8211; Paul Keller
  494. Drums &#8211; Pete Siers
  495. Acknowledgements:
  496. Opening Music -Riff3 &#8211; Dave Luther
  497. Motor City Horns (motorcityhorns.com)
  498. Trumpet &#8211; Ben Toman
  499. Trumpet &#8211; Mark Byerly
  500. Alto Saxophone &#8211; Dave Luther
  501. Tenor Saxophone &#8211; Keith Kaminski
  502. Trombone &#8211; John Rutherford
  503. Background Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s the resurrection available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P. Go to bopculture.com for more information
  504. This Spotlite was sponsored by the Detroit International Jazz Festival. Go to http://www.detroitjazzfest.com to find out more about this wonderful end of summer tradition.
  505. </itunes:summary>
  506. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  507. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  508. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  509. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
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  511. <item>
  512. <title>Detroit JazzStage Presents Saxophonist Alex Graham</title>
  513. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2008/01/22/djs-presents-saxophonist-alex-graham/</link>
  514. <pubDate>Tue, 22 Jan 2008 19:16:53 +0000</pubDate>
  515. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  516. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  517.  
  518. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://lberns.com/jazzstage/?p=637</guid>
  519. <description><![CDATA[Alto Saxophonist, and Origin Records recording artist Alex Graham has performed with several of today’s top jazz artists including Wessell Anderson, Nnenna Freelon, Louis Smith, Diane Schuur, Troy &#8220;Trombone Shorty&#8221; Andrews, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Mark Levine, Peter Bernstein, Steve Davis, Joe Magnarelli, Michael Weiss, Aaron Goldberg, Rodney Whitaker, Jim Rotundi, Sam Yahel and [&#8230;]]]></description>
  520. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a title="Alex Graham" href="http://www.alexander-graham.com/" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-222" title="Alex Graham" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/agraham.jpg" alt="Alex Graham" width="200" height="215" /></a>Alto Saxophonist, and <a href="http://www.origin-records.com/originrecords.php" target="_blank"><strong>Origin Records</strong></a> recording artist <strong><a href="http://www.alexander-graham.com/" target="_blank">Alex Graham</a></strong> has performed with several of today’s top jazz artists including Wessell Anderson, Nnenna Freelon, Louis Smith, Diane Schuur, Troy &#8220;Trombone Shorty&#8221; Andrews, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Mark Levine, Peter Bernstein, Steve Davis, Joe Magnarelli, Michael Weiss, Aaron Goldberg, Rodney Whitaker, Jim Rotundi, Sam Yahel and Dena Derose. He has performed at festivals and clubs in the United States, Europe and Japan and has appeared on several recordings.</p>
  521. <p>In addition to writing arrangements for vocalists Diane Schuur and John Boutte, he has also composed and arranged for small group, big band and studio orchestra. He has taught and lectured at the college level, and is currently teaching &#8220;Jazz Performance Workshop&#8221; at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY where he is pursuing his Doctorate in Jazz Studies. A resident of New York City for 10 years, Alex moved to Mackinac Island, Michigan after becoming the music director at Grand Hotel in 2001. Under his leadership, USA Today has praised Grand Hotel’s music as its best amenity. His latest CD, The Good Life, received significant national airplay in 2006 and was designated &#8220;chartbound&#8221; by <a href="http://www.jazzweek.com/" target="_blank"><strong>jazzweek.com</strong></a>.</p>
  522. <p>Alex discusses his career, soon to be released CD &#8220;Brand New&#8221;, and his <strong><strong>upcoming performance</strong></strong> at Music Hall in Detroit, MI on February 1st, 2008 with hosts Jim Gallert and Rodney Reeves</p>
  523. <p>For more information about Alex, go to <a href="http://www.alexander-graham.com/" target="_blank"><strong>http://www.alexander-graham.com</strong></a></p>
  524. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Music heard on this show</span></strong><br />
  525. <strong>Explosion &#8211;</strong> from The Good Life.<br />
  526. Alex Graham &#8211; alto sax, Rick Roe &#8211; piano, Rodney Whitaker &#8211; bass, Joe Strasser &#8211;  drums.</p>
  527. <p><strong>Rocket Science &#8211;</strong> from Brand New<br />
  528. Alex Graham &#8211; alto sax, Jim Rotondi &#8211; trumpet, Steve Davis &#8211; trombone, David Hazeltine &#8211; piano, Rodney Whitaker &#8211; bass, Carl Allen &#8211; drums</p>
  529. <p><strong>Pig Pig &#8211;</strong> from Brand New</p>
  530. <p><strong>The Mole People &#8211;</strong> from Countdown<br />
  531. Alex Graham &#8211; alto sax, Louis Smith &#8211; trumpet, Joe Magnarelli &#8211; trumpet, Rick  Roe &#8211; piano, Rodney Whitaker &#8211; bass, Joe Farnsworth &#8211; drums.</p>
  532. <p><strong>More Or Less &#8211;</strong> from Hi-Fi<br />
  533. Alex Graham &#8211; alto sax, Whitney Ashe &#8211; piano, Gary Wang &#8211; bass, Matt Jorgensen &#8211;  drums.</p>
  534. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgements:</span><br />
  535. Opening Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Marks Mood</strong> available on the self titled CD <strong>Bop Culture</strong><br />
  536. <strong>Closing Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Erroenious</strong> available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD <strong>The E.P.</strong><br />
  537. Go to <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank"><strong>bopculture.com</strong></a> for more information</p>
  538. <p>This episode is sponsored by the <a href="http://www.musichall.org/" target="_blank"><strong>Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts</strong></a> in Detroit, MI.  For more information on the <strong>Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts</strong> go to <a href="http://www.musichall.org/" target="_blank"><strong>http://www.musichall.org/</strong></a></p>
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  541. <itunes:duration>0:00:01</itunes:duration>
  542. <itunes:subtitle>Alto Saxophonist, and Origin Records recording artist Alex Graham has performed with several of today’s top jazz artists including Wessell Anderson, Nnenna Freelon, Louis Smith, Diane Schuur, Troy &#8220;Trombone Shorty&#8221; Andrews, The Dirty Doz[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  543. <itunes:summary>Alto Saxophonist, and Origin Records recording artist Alex Graham has performed with several of today’s top jazz artists including Wessell Anderson, Nnenna Freelon, Louis Smith, Diane Schuur, Troy &#8220;Trombone Shorty&#8221; Andrews, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Mark Levine, Peter Bernstein, Steve Davis, Joe Magnarelli, Michael Weiss, Aaron Goldberg, Rodney Whitaker, Jim Rotundi, Sam Yahel and Dena Derose. He has performed at festivals and clubs in the United States, Europe and Japan and has appeared on several recordings.
  544. In addition to writing arrangements for vocalists Diane Schuur and John Boutte, he has also composed and arranged for small group, big band and studio orchestra. He has taught and lectured at the college level, and is currently teaching &#8220;Jazz Performance Workshop&#8221; at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY where he is pursuing his Doctorate in Jazz Studies. A resident of New York City for 10 years, Alex moved to Mackinac Island, Michigan after becoming the music director at Grand Hotel in 2001. Under his leadership, USA Today has praised Grand Hotel’s music as its best amenity. His latest CD, The Good Life, received significant national airplay in 2006 and was designated &#8220;chartbound&#8221; by jazzweek.com.
  545. Alex discusses his career, soon to be released CD &#8220;Brand New&#8221;, and his upcoming performance at Music Hall in Detroit, MI on February 1st, 2008 with hosts Jim Gallert and Rodney Reeves
  546. For more information about Alex, go to http://www.alexander-graham.com
  547. Music heard on this show
  548. Explosion &#8211; from The Good Life.
  549. Alex Graham &#8211; alto sax, Rick Roe &#8211; piano, Rodney Whitaker &#8211; bass, Joe Strasser &#8211;  drums.
  550. Rocket Science &#8211; from Brand New
  551. Alex Graham &#8211; alto sax, Jim Rotondi &#8211; trumpet, Steve Davis &#8211; trombone, David Hazeltine &#8211; piano, Rodney Whitaker &#8211; bass, Carl Allen &#8211; drums
  552. Pig Pig &#8211; from Brand New
  553. The Mole People &#8211; from Countdown
  554. Alex Graham &#8211; alto sax, Louis Smith &#8211; trumpet, Joe Magnarelli &#8211; trumpet, Rick  Roe &#8211; piano, Rodney Whitaker &#8211; bass, Joe Farnsworth &#8211; drums.
  555. More Or Less &#8211; from Hi-Fi
  556. Alex Graham &#8211; alto sax, Whitney Ashe &#8211; piano, Gary Wang &#8211; bass, Matt Jorgensen &#8211;  drums.
  557. Acknowledgements:
  558. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Marks Mood available on the self titled CD Bop Culture
  559. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Erroenious available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  560. Go to bopculture.com for more information
  561. This episode is sponsored by the Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts in Detroit, MI.  For more information on the Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts go to http://www.musichall.org/
  562. </itunes:summary>
  563. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  564. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  565. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
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  568. <item>
  569. <title>Detroit JazzStage with Trumpeter/Composer Walt Szymanski</title>
  570. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2007/12/20/djs-guest-walt-szymanski/</link>
  571. <comments>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2007/12/20/djs-guest-walt-szymanski/#comments</comments>
  572. <pubDate>Thu, 20 Dec 2007 15:34:40 +0000</pubDate>
  573. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  574. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  575.  
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  577. <description><![CDATA[This month we are featuring trumpeter, composer, and arranger Walt Szymanski. Walt began his musical journey from a small home on the east side of Detroit that was constantly resonating with the sound of music. Listening to his mother play and sing the Broadway standards on the family piano and hearing the records of Nat [&#8230;]]]></description>
  578. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://www.waltszymanski.com" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-284" title="Walt Szymanski" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/wszymanski.jpg" alt="Walt Szymanski" width="172" height="250" /></a>This month we are featuring trumpeter, composer, and arranger <strong>Walt Szymanski</strong>. Walt began his musical journey from a small home on the east side of Detroit that was constantly resonating with the sound of music. Listening to his mother play and sing the Broadway standards on the family piano and hearing the records of Nat Cole, Frank Sinatra, Dizzy Gillespie and Al Hirt as well as the constant refrains of the ever present Motown sound presented him a tremendous musical foundation upon which to build.</p>
  579. <p>Walt discusses his career and the many wonderful personalities he&#8217;s encountered along the way.</p>
  580. <p>For more information on Walt and where to purchase CD&#8217;s, go to <a href="http://www.waltszymanski.com/" target="_blank"> http://www.waltszymanski.com</a></p>
  581. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Music</span><br />
  582. </strong>Trippin&#8217;*<br />
  583. 90º With 100%**<br />
  584. 7th Avenue Slope*<br />
  585. Que Es Esto Mi Amor?*<br />
  586. Herbie&#8217;s Harem*<br />
  587. Campo Izquierda***<br />
  588. Loves Brief Departure*</p>
  589. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Ensembles</span><br />
  590. </strong>*<strong>Motor City Jazz Quintet</strong><br />
  591. Walt Szymanski &#8211; Trumpet<br />
  592. Scott Petersen &#8211; Tenor Sax<br />
  593. Phil Kelly &#8211; Piano<br />
  594. Paul Keller &#8211; Bass<br />
  595. Jon Knust &#8211; Drums</p>
  596. <p>**<strong>Unity</strong><br />
  597. Walt Szymanski &#8211; Trumpet<br />
  598. Alex Harding &#8211; Bari Sax<br />
  599. Andy Bemke &#8211; Piano<br />
  600. Massa Kamaguchi &#8211; Bass<br />
  601. Jon Knust &#8211; Drums</p>
  602. <p>***<strong>Emergence</strong><br />
  603. Walt Szymanski &#8211; Trumpet<br />
  604. Tino Derado &#8211; Piano<br />
  605. Wayne Batchelor &#8211; Bass<br />
  606. Gene Calderazzo &#8211; Drums</p>
  607. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgements:</span><br />
  608. Opening Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Marks Mood</strong> available on the self titled CD <strong>Bop Culture</strong><br />
  609. <strong>Closing Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Erroenious</strong> available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD <strong>The E.P.</strong><br />
  610. Go to <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank"> bopculture.com</a> for more information</p>
  611. <p>We&#8217;d also like to thank jazz vocal great <a href="http://www.kurtelling.com/" target="_blank">Kurt Elling</a> for introducing this episode.  To learn more about Kurt and his music, go to <a href="http://www.kurtelling.com/" target="_blank">http://ww.kurtelling.com</a></p>
  612. <p>This episode is sponsored by the folks at <a href="http://www.allaboutjazz.com/" target="_blank">www.allaboutjazz.com</a></p>
  613. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2007%2F12%2F20%2Fdjs-guest-walt-szymanski%2F&amp;title=Detroit%20JazzStage%20with%20Trumpeter%2FComposer%20Walt%20Szymanski" id="wpa2a_50"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
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  617. <itunes:duration>1:11:31</itunes:duration>
  618. <itunes:subtitle>This month we are featuring trumpeter, composer, and arranger Walt Szymanski. Walt began his musical journey from a small home on the east side of Detroit that was constantly resonating with the sound of music. Listening to his mother play and sing [...]</itunes:subtitle>
  619. <itunes:summary>This month we are featuring trumpeter, composer, and arranger Walt Szymanski. Walt began his musical journey from a small home on the east side of Detroit that was constantly resonating with the sound of music. Listening to his mother play and sing the Broadway standards on the family piano and hearing the records of Nat Cole, Frank Sinatra, Dizzy Gillespie and Al Hirt as well as the constant refrains of the ever present Motown sound presented him a tremendous musical foundation upon which to build.
  620. Walt discusses his career and the many wonderful personalities he&#8217;s encountered along the way.
  621. For more information on Walt and where to purchase CD&#8217;s, go to  http://www.waltszymanski.com
  622. Music
  623. Trippin&#8217;*
  624. 90º With 100%**
  625. 7th Avenue Slope*
  626. Que Es Esto Mi Amor?*
  627. Herbie&#8217;s Harem*
  628. Campo Izquierda***
  629. Loves Brief Departure*
  630. Ensembles
  631. *Motor City Jazz Quintet
  632. Walt Szymanski &#8211; Trumpet
  633. Scott Petersen &#8211; Tenor Sax
  634. Phil Kelly &#8211; Piano
  635. Paul Keller &#8211; Bass
  636. Jon Knust &#8211; Drums
  637. **Unity
  638. Walt Szymanski &#8211; Trumpet
  639. Alex Harding &#8211; Bari Sax
  640. Andy Bemke &#8211; Piano
  641. Massa Kamaguchi &#8211; Bass
  642. Jon Knust &#8211; Drums
  643. ***Emergence
  644. Walt Szymanski &#8211; Trumpet
  645. Tino Derado &#8211; Piano
  646. Wayne Batchelor &#8211; Bass
  647. Gene Calderazzo &#8211; Drums
  648. Acknowledgements:
  649. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Marks Mood available on the self titled CD Bop Culture
  650. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Erroenious available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  651. Go to  bopculture.com for more information
  652. We&#8217;d also like to thank jazz vocal great Kurt Elling for introducing this episode.  To learn more about Kurt and his music, go to http://ww.kurtelling.com
  653. This episode is sponsored by the folks at www.allaboutjazz.com
  654. </itunes:summary>
  655. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  656. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  657. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
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  660. <item>
  661. <title>Detroit JazzStage Welcomes Poet M.L. Liebler and Guitarist/Poet Ron English</title>
  662. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2007/11/18/djs-welcomes-m-l-liebler-and-ron-english/</link>
  663. <pubDate>Mon, 19 Nov 2007 01:06:52 +0000</pubDate>
  664. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  665. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  666.  
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  668. <description><![CDATA[This month on Detroit JazzStage, we welcome poet M.L. Liebler and jazz guitarist/poet Ron English. M.L. fronts the group, M. L. Liebler &#38; The Magic Poetry Band. By day, he is a Wayne State University professor (and St. Clair Shores, Michigan&#8217;s first Poet Laureate). Over the last twenty plus years, M.L. has combined his insightful, [&#8230;]]]></description>
  669. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/magicpoetryband2" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-256" title="The Kurl Of The Butterfly's Tongue CD cover" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/magicpoetryband.jpg" alt="The Kurl Of The Butterfly's Tongue CD cover" width="200" height="200" srcset="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/magicpoetryband.jpg 200w, http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/magicpoetryband-150x150.jpg 150w" sizes="(max-width: 200px) 100vw, 200px" /></a>This month on Detroit JazzStage, we welcome poet <strong><a href="http://www.mlliebler.com/" target="_blank">M.L. Liebler</a></strong> and jazz guitarist/poet <strong><a href="http://www.allaboutjazz.com/php/musician.php?id=6551" target="_blank">Ron English</a></strong>.  M.L. fronts the group, <strong>M. L. Liebler &amp; The Magic Poetry Band</strong>. By day, he is a <a href="http://www.wayne.edu/" target="_blank">Wayne State University</a> professor (and St. Clair Shores, Michigan&#8217;s first Poet Laureate). Over the last twenty plus years, M.L. has combined his insightful, urban poetry with the funky tones of modern jazz, resulting in a perfect elision of sound and vision. Ron has enjoyed a long and varied music career, with roots wide and deep in blues, Broadway, bebop, avant-garde, funk, Motown, and gospel. M.L. and Ron share their views of how poetry and jazz are intertwined, plus discuss their 2007 CD <a title="The Kurl Of The Butterfly's Tongue" href="http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/magicpoetryband2" target="_blank">The Kurl Of The Butterfly&#8217;s Tongue</a>. Their Detroit experience is peppered with some of the people and places they have encountered through the years such as the <a href="http://www.detroitartistsworkshop.com/" target="_blank">Detroit Artists Workshop</a>, the <a href="http://www.allaboutjazz.com/php/gallery2/main.php?g2_view=core.DownloadItem&amp;g2_itemId=55572&amp;g2_serialNumber=3" target="_blank">Detroit Contemporary 5</a>, <strong>Cobb&#8217;s Corner, Jack Kerouac&#8217;s</strong> first wife <strong>Edie Parker</strong> and many more.</p>
  670. <p><a href="http://www.digstation.com/AlbumDetails.aspx?albumid=ALB000011217"><img style="border: 0pt none;" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/devotions_psalm150.jpg" border="0" alt="" width="185" height="184" /></a><br />
  671. Ron also discusses his latest CD by his group <strong>Psalm 150 Ensemble</strong>. His CD, titled <a href="http://www.digstation.com/AlbumDetails.aspx?albumid=ALB000011217" target="_blank">Devotions</a>, features a stellar Detroit lineup. The Psalm 150 Ensemble perform Ron&#8217;s arrangements of negro spirituals and traditional sacred music.</p>
  672. <p>Information on where to purchase both CD&#8217;s can be found at <a href="http://detroitradiocompany.com/" target="_blank">http://detroitradiocompany.com</a></p>
  673. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Poems</strong></span><br />
  674. <span style="font-family: Arial; color: #000000; font-size: x-small;">The Twilight  Blues</span><br />
  675. <span style="font-family: Arial; color: #000000; font-size: x-small;">Rock &#8216;N&#8217; Roll</span></p>
  676. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Music</span></strong><br />
  677. <strong>Magic Poetry Band &#8211; </strong> <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/magicpoetryband" target="_blank">The Kurl Of The Butterfly&#8217;s Tongue</a><br />
  678. The Jazz/Foster&#8217;s &#8211; M.L.<br />
  679. A Work in Progress/Dragons &#8211; Faruq Z. Bey<br />
  680. The Blower &#8211; Ron English<br />
  681. The Kurl of the Butterfly&#8217;s Tongue/Spectrum &#8211; Faruq Z. Bey</p>
  682. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Musicians</strong></span><br />
  683. <strong>Faruq Z. Bey</strong> &#8211; Tenor Sax<br />
  684. <strong>Ron English</strong> &#8211; Guitar<br />
  685. <strong>Jef Reynolds</strong> &#8211; Bass<br />
  686. <strong>Bill Hulet</strong> &#8211; Drums</p>
  687. <p><strong>Psalm 150 Ensemble &#8211; </strong> <a href="http://www.digstation.com/AlbumDetails.aspx?albumid=ALB000011217" target="_blank">Devotions</a><br />
  688. I  Know It Was The Blood &#8211; Traditional Spiritual &#8211; Ron English solo Guitar<br />
  689. Jacob&#8217;s Ladder &#8211; Traditional Spiritual<br />
  690. <strong><br />
  691. <span style="text-decoration: underline;">Musicians</span><br />
  692. Ron English </strong>&#8211; Guitar<strong><br />
  693. Dean Moore II</strong> &#8211; Alto Saxophone<br />
  694. <strong>John Dana</strong> &#8211; Bass<br />
  695. <strong>Gerald Cleaver</strong> &#8211; Drums</p>
  696. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgements:</span><br />
  697. Opening Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Marks Mood</strong> available on the self titled  CD <strong>Bop Culture</strong><br />
  698. <strong>Closing Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Erroenious</strong> available on Bop  Culture&#8217;s CD <strong>The E.P.</strong><br />
  699. Go to <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank"> bopculture.com</a> for more information</p>
  700. <p>This episode is sponsored by the folks at <a href="http://www.allaboutjazz.com/" target="_blank">www.allaboutjazz.com</a></p>
  701. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2007%2F11%2F18%2Fdjs-welcomes-m-l-liebler-and-ron-english%2F&amp;title=Detroit%20JazzStage%20Welcomes%20Poet%20M.L.%20Liebler%20and%20Guitarist%2FPoet%20Ron%20English" id="wpa2a_56"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
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  703. <itunes:duration>1:05:31</itunes:duration>
  704. <itunes:subtitle>This month on Detroit JazzStage, we welcome poet M.L. Liebler and jazz guitarist/poet Ron English.  M.L. fronts the group, M. L. Liebler &#38; The Magic Poetry Band. By day, he is a Wayne State University professor (and St. Clair Shores, Michigan[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  705. <itunes:summary>This month on Detroit JazzStage, we welcome poet M.L. Liebler and jazz guitarist/poet Ron English.  M.L. fronts the group, M. L. Liebler &#38; The Magic Poetry Band. By day, he is a Wayne State University professor (and St. Clair Shores, Michigan&#8217;s first Poet Laureate). Over the last twenty plus years, M.L. has combined his insightful, urban poetry with the funky tones of modern jazz, resulting in a perfect elision of sound and vision. Ron has enjoyed a long and varied music career, with roots wide and deep in blues, Broadway, bebop, avant-garde, funk, Motown, and gospel. M.L. and Ron share their views of how poetry and jazz are intertwined, plus discuss their 2007 CD The Kurl Of The Butterfly&#8217;s Tongue. Their Detroit experience is peppered with some of the people and places they have encountered through the years such as the Detroit Artists Workshop, the Detroit Contemporary 5, Cobb&#8217;s Corner, Jack Kerouac&#8217;s first wife Edie Parker and many more.
  706.  
  707. Ron also discusses his latest CD by his group Psalm 150 Ensemble. His CD, titled Devotions, features a stellar Detroit lineup. The Psalm 150 Ensemble perform Ron&#8217;s arrangements of negro spirituals and traditional sacred music.
  708. Information on where to purchase both CD&#8217;s can be found at http://detroitradiocompany.com
  709. Poems
  710. The Twilight  Blues
  711. Rock &#8216;N&#8217; Roll
  712. Music
  713. Magic Poetry Band &#8211;  The Kurl Of The Butterfly&#8217;s Tongue
  714. The Jazz/Foster&#8217;s &#8211; M.L.
  715. A Work in Progress/Dragons &#8211; Faruq Z. Bey
  716. The Blower &#8211; Ron English
  717. The Kurl of the Butterfly&#8217;s Tongue/Spectrum &#8211; Faruq Z. Bey
  718. Musicians
  719. Faruq Z. Bey &#8211; Tenor Sax
  720. Ron English &#8211; Guitar
  721. Jef Reynolds &#8211; Bass
  722. Bill Hulet &#8211; Drums
  723. Psalm 150 Ensemble &#8211;  Devotions
  724. I  Know It Was The Blood &#8211; Traditional Spiritual &#8211; Ron English solo Guitar
  725. Jacob&#8217;s Ladder &#8211; Traditional Spiritual
  726.  
  727. Musicians
  728. Ron English &#8211; Guitar
  729. Dean Moore II &#8211; Alto Saxophone
  730. John Dana &#8211; Bass
  731. Gerald Cleaver &#8211; Drums
  732. Acknowledgements:
  733. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Marks Mood available on the self titled  CD Bop Culture
  734. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Erroenious available on Bop  Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  735. Go to  bopculture.com for more information
  736. This episode is sponsored by the folks at www.allaboutjazz.com
  737. </itunes:summary>
  738. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  739. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
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  744. <title>Detroit JazzStage Featuring Trumpeter Bill Lucas</title>
  745. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2007/09/03/djs-featuring-trumpeter-bill-lucas/</link>
  746. <pubDate>Mon, 03 Sep 2007 17:53:32 +0000</pubDate>
  747. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  748. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  749.  
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  751. <description><![CDATA[Detroit JazzStage is pleased to announce it&#8217;s continued partnership with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the Max M Fisher Music Center. &#8220;The Max&#8221; is a state of the art performing arts complex built in 2003. They are home to the world famous Detroit Symphony Orchestra as well as to jazz, pops, family concerts and more. [&#8230;]]]></description>
  752. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><strong><a href="http://www.detroitsymphony.com/" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-263" title="The Max banner" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/maxbanner.jpg" alt="The Max banner" width="242" height="62" srcset="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/maxbanner.jpg 302w, http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/maxbanner-300x77.jpg 300w" sizes="(max-width: 242px) 100vw, 242px" /></a>Detroit JazzStage</strong> is pleased to announce it&#8217;s continued partnership with the <strong><a href="http://www.detroitsymphony.com/" target="_blank">Detroit Symphony Orchestra</a></strong> and the <strong><a href="http://www.detroitsymphony.com" target="_blank">Max M Fisher Music Center</a></strong>.  &#8220;The Max&#8221; is a state of the art performing arts complex built in 2003. They are home to the world famous <strong>Detroit Symphony Orchestra</strong> as well as to jazz, pops, family concerts and more. This episode is the second of three live <strong>Detroit JazzStage</strong> podcasts from their<strong> Jazz Club @ The Max</strong> series recorded by <strong>JazzStage Productions</strong> Sound Engineer/Producer <strong>Mark Byerly</strong>. To learn more about <strong>The Max M. Fisher Music Center</strong> surf to <strong><a href="http://jazzstage.us/" target="_blank">http://jazzstage.us</a></strong> or <strong><a href="http://detroitsymphony.com/" target="_blank">http://detroitsymphony.com</a></strong></p>
  753. <p>For this episode we feature Trumpeter <strong><a href="http://www.allaboutjazz.com/php/musician.php?id=15447" target="_blank">Bill Lucas</a></strong>. Not only is Bill the fourth trumpet for the <strong>Detroit Symphony Orchestra</strong>, he&#8217;s also an active member of the freelance, jazz and chamber music communities in metropolitan Detroit. Bill has appeared as a jazz soloist in many popular jazz clubs and nightspots of <strong>Vail, CO</strong>, as well as the <strong>Detroit International Jazz Festival</strong> and <strong>Montreux Jazz Festival</strong>. A prolific arranger for small ensembles, he is frequently called upon to compose trumpet fanfares for local commemorations. Lucas&#8217; arrangements for brass have been performed by the <strong>Celli Jam</strong>, comprised of members of the DSO cello section.</p>
  754. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Music</span></strong><br />
  755. <strong>No Left Turn<br />
  756. Pallister Avenue<br />
  757. Notes for Norris<br />
  758. Bill&#8217;s Blues<br />
  759. Waltz for Valentina<br />
  760. </strong>All the above are Bill Lucas compositions<strong><br />
  761. Trumpet Duet, 1st Mvt. &#8211;</strong> E. Dean Sahutske. Both parts performed by Bill Lucas</p>
  762. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Musicians</span></strong><br />
  763. <strong>Bill Lucas &#8211;</strong> Trumpet<br />
  764. <strong>Ellen Rowe &#8211;</strong> Piano<br />
  765. <strong>Paul Keller &#8211;</strong> Bass<br />
  766. <strong>Pete Siers &#8211;</strong> Drums</p>
  767. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgements:</span><br />
  768. Opening Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Marks Mood</strong> available on the self titled CD <strong>Bop Culture</strong><br />
  769. <strong>Closing Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Erroenious</strong> available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD <strong>The E.P.</strong><br />
  770. Go to <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a> for more information</p>
  771. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2007%2F09%2F03%2Fdjs-featuring-trumpeter-bill-lucas%2F&amp;title=Detroit%20JazzStage%20Featuring%20Trumpeter%20Bill%20Lucas" id="wpa2a_62"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
  772. <enclosure url="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/audio/detroit_jazzstage_092007_final_mix.mp3" length="89323599" type="audio/mpeg" />
  773. <itunes:duration>1:02:00</itunes:duration>
  774. <itunes:subtitle>Detroit JazzStage is pleased to announce it&#8217;s continued partnership with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the Max M Fisher Music Center.  &#8220;The Max&#8221; is a state of the art performing arts complex built in 2003. They are home to the[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  775. <itunes:summary>Detroit JazzStage is pleased to announce it&#8217;s continued partnership with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the Max M Fisher Music Center.  &#8220;The Max&#8221; is a state of the art performing arts complex built in 2003. They are home to the world famous Detroit Symphony Orchestra as well as to jazz, pops, family concerts and more. This episode is the second of three live Detroit JazzStage podcasts from their Jazz Club @ The Max series recorded by JazzStage Productions Sound Engineer/Producer Mark Byerly. To learn more about The Max M. Fisher Music Center surf to http://jazzstage.us or http://detroitsymphony.com
  776. For this episode we feature Trumpeter Bill Lucas. Not only is Bill the fourth trumpet for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, he&#8217;s also an active member of the freelance, jazz and chamber music communities in metropolitan Detroit. Bill has appeared as a jazz soloist in many popular jazz clubs and nightspots of Vail, CO, as well as the Detroit International Jazz Festival and Montreux Jazz Festival. A prolific arranger for small ensembles, he is frequently called upon to compose trumpet fanfares for local commemorations. Lucas&#8217; arrangements for brass have been performed by the Celli Jam, comprised of members of the DSO cello section.
  777. Music
  778. No Left Turn
  779. Pallister Avenue
  780. Notes for Norris
  781. Bill&#8217;s Blues
  782. Waltz for Valentina
  783. All the above are Bill Lucas compositions
  784. Trumpet Duet, 1st Mvt. &#8211; E. Dean Sahutske. Both parts performed by Bill Lucas
  785. Musicians
  786. Bill Lucas &#8211; Trumpet
  787. Ellen Rowe &#8211; Piano
  788. Paul Keller &#8211; Bass
  789. Pete Siers &#8211; Drums
  790. Acknowledgements:
  791. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Marks Mood available on the self titled CD Bop Culture
  792. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Erroenious available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  793. Go to bopculture.com for more information
  794. </itunes:summary>
  795. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  796. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  797. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  798. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
  799. </item>
  800. <item>
  801. <title>Detroit Jazz Fest Executive/Artistic Director Terri Pontremoli visits Detroit JazzStage</title>
  802. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2007/06/03/detroit-jazz-fest-director-terrip-visits-djs/</link>
  803. <pubDate>Sun, 03 Jun 2007 20:08:24 +0000</pubDate>
  804. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  805. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  806.  
  807. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://lberns.com/jazzstage/?p=591</guid>
  808. <description><![CDATA[This month on Detroit JazzStage, we interview Terri Pontremoli, Executive/Artistic Director of the the Detroit International Jazz Festival. Pontremoli joined the Detroit Jazz Fest in 2005 as managing director. In 2007, she is thrilled to serve as artistic and executive director for &#8220;one of the best jazz festivals in the world in a city with [&#8230;]]]></description>
  809. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-278" title="Terri Pontremoli" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/terriphoto.jpg" alt="Terri Pontremoli" width="210" height="271" /></a>This month on Detroit JazzStage, we interview <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/terri.html" target="_blank"><strong>Terri Pontremoli</strong></a>, Executive/Artistic Director of the the <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank"><strong>Detroit International Jazz Festival</strong></a>. Pontremoli joined the Detroit Jazz Fest in 2005 as managing director. In 2007, she is thrilled to serve as artistic and executive director for &#8220;one of the best jazz festivals in the world in a city with an incredibly rich jazz legacy.&#8221; She cites the urban landscape and the informed audience in Detroit as unique and exciting attributes. Her ambition for the festival is to develop it into a year around organization, with a focus on partnerships and educational initiatives.</p>
  810. <p>Listen in as Terri discusses the upcoming festival with your hosts <strong>Jim Gallert</strong>, and <strong>Rodney Reeves</strong>.</p>
  811. <p>For more information on the <strong>2007 Detroit International Jazz Festival</strong>, go to <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank"><strong>http://www.detroitjazzfest.com</strong></a></p>
  812. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Music heard on this show</span></strong></p>
  813. <p><strong><a href="http://www.amazon.com/Sonic-Tonic-Ron-Blake/dp/B00096S2GO" target="_blank">Sonic Tonic</a> &#8211; </strong><a href="http://www.ronblakemusic.com/" target="_blank">Ron Blake</a> &#8211; Recorded live at the 2005 Detroit International Jazz Festival</p>
  814. <p><strong>Basement Vibes Movement 1. Imp Of The Perverse &#8211;</strong> <a href="http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&amp;friendID=126029961" target="_blank">Scott Gwinnell Jazz Orchestra</a> &#8211; <strong><a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/sgjo" target="_blank">Basement Vibes</a></strong><br />
  815. <strong><a href="http://www.motorcityhorns.com/keith.shtml" target="_blank">Keith Kaminski</a> &#8211;</strong> Soprano Saxophone<br />
  816. <strong><a href="http://www.marcusbelgrave.net/" target="_blank">Marcus Belgrave</a> &#8211;</strong> Trumpet</p>
  817. <p><strong><a href="http://www.amazon.com/My-Time-Gerald-Wilson-Orchestra/dp/B000AYEI9K" target="_blank">Blues For Manhattan</a> &#8211;</strong> <a href="http://www.mackavenue.com/" target="_blank">Gerald Wilson</a> &#8211; Recorded live at the 2005 Detroit International Jazz Festival</p>
  818. <p><strong><a href="http://www.amazon.com/Come-Play-Me-Charles-McPherson/dp/B000000T5A/ref=pd_sim_m_2/002-4655865-5428039" target="_blank">Marionette</a> &#8211;</strong> <a href="http://www.charlesmcpherson.com/" target="_blank">Charles McPherson</a> &#8211; Recorded live at the 2005 Detroit International Jazz Festival</p>
  819. <p><strong>Salt River Blues &#8211;</strong> <a href="http://www.roemusic.com/rick/index.html" target="_blank">Rick Roe</a> &#8211; <strong><a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/rickroe3" target="_blank">Sphere</a></strong><br />
  820. <strong>Rick</strong> &#8211; Piano<br />
  821. <strong><a href="http://www.myspace.com/rodneytwhitaker" target="_blank">Rodney Whitaker</a></strong> &#8211; Bass</p>
  822. <p>Go to <a href="http://www.jazzstage.us/">www.jazzstage.us</a> for links to these and the other great artists featured on <strong>Detroit JazzStage</strong></p>
  823. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgements &#8211;</span></strong><br />
  824. <strong>Opening Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Marks Mood</strong> available on the self titled CD <strong>Bop Culture</strong><br />
  825. <strong>Closing Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Erroenious</strong> available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.<br />
  826. Go to <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a> for more information.</p>
  827. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2007%2F06%2F03%2Fdetroit-jazz-fest-director-terrip-visits-djs%2F&amp;title=Detroit%20Jazz%20Fest%20Executive%2FArtistic%20Director%20Terri%20Pontremoli%20visits%20Detroit%20JazzStage" id="wpa2a_68"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
  828. <enclosure url="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/audio/Detroit_Jazzstage_062007_final_mix.mp3" length="79818993" type="audio/mpeg" />
  829. <itunes:duration>0:55:24</itunes:duration>
  830. <itunes:subtitle>This month on Detroit JazzStage, we interview Terri Pontremoli, Executive/Artistic Director of the the Detroit International Jazz Festival. Pontremoli joined the Detroit Jazz Fest in 2005 as managing director. In 2007, she is thrilled to serve as ar[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  831. <itunes:summary>This month on Detroit JazzStage, we interview Terri Pontremoli, Executive/Artistic Director of the the Detroit International Jazz Festival. Pontremoli joined the Detroit Jazz Fest in 2005 as managing director. In 2007, she is thrilled to serve as artistic and executive director for &#8220;one of the best jazz festivals in the world in a city with an incredibly rich jazz legacy.&#8221; She cites the urban landscape and the informed audience in Detroit as unique and exciting attributes. Her ambition for the festival is to develop it into a year around organization, with a focus on partnerships and educational initiatives.
  832. Listen in as Terri discusses the upcoming festival with your hosts Jim Gallert, and Rodney Reeves.
  833. For more information on the 2007 Detroit International Jazz Festival, go to http://www.detroitjazzfest.com
  834. Music heard on this show
  835. Sonic Tonic &#8211; Ron Blake &#8211; Recorded live at the 2005 Detroit International Jazz Festival
  836. Basement Vibes Movement 1. Imp Of The Perverse &#8211; Scott Gwinnell Jazz Orchestra &#8211; Basement Vibes
  837. Keith Kaminski &#8211; Soprano Saxophone
  838. Marcus Belgrave &#8211; Trumpet
  839. Blues For Manhattan &#8211; Gerald Wilson &#8211; Recorded live at the 2005 Detroit International Jazz Festival
  840. Marionette &#8211; Charles McPherson &#8211; Recorded live at the 2005 Detroit International Jazz Festival
  841. Salt River Blues &#8211; Rick Roe &#8211; Sphere
  842. Rick &#8211; Piano
  843. Rodney Whitaker &#8211; Bass
  844. Go to www.jazzstage.us for links to these and the other great artists featured on Detroit JazzStage
  845. Acknowledgements &#8211;
  846. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Marks Mood available on the self titled CD Bop Culture
  847. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Erroenious available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  848. Go to bopculture.com for more information.
  849. </itunes:summary>
  850. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  851. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  852. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  853. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
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  856. <title>Detroit JazzStage Welcomes Clarinetist and Saxophonist Wendell Harrison</title>
  857. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2007/02/16/djs-welcomes-wendell-harrison/</link>
  858. <pubDate>Fri, 16 Feb 2007 21:09:45 +0000</pubDate>
  859. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  860. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  861.  
  862. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://lberns.com/jazzstage/?p=576</guid>
  863. <description><![CDATA[Clarinetist, tenor saxophonist, and educator, Wendell Harrison, has been a creative powerhouse in Detroit for several decades now.  Artists he has worked with include Jack McDuff, Elvin Jones, Sonny Stitt, Grant Green, Sun Ra, Eddie Harris and Hank Crawford. Along with the Wenha and Rebirth labels, Wendell is also the creator of Tribe records.  Recordings [&#8230;]]]></description>
  864. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://wenhajazz.swiftsite.com/wendell.html" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-227" title="Wendell Harrison" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/biowendellpic.jpg" alt="Wendell Harrison" width="168" height="199" /></a>Clarinetist, tenor saxophonist, and educator, <strong><a title="This external link will open in a new window" href="http://wenhajazz.swiftsite.com/wendell.html" target="_blank">Wendell Harrison</a></strong>, has been a creative powerhouse in Detroit for several decades now.  Artists he has worked with include <strong>Jack McDuff</strong>, <strong>Elvin Jones</strong>, <strong>Sonny Stitt</strong>,<strong> Grant Green</strong>, <strong>Sun Ra</strong>, <strong>Eddie Harris</strong> and <strong>Hank Crawford</strong>. Along with the <strong><a title="This external link will open in a new window" href="http://wenhajazz.swiftsite.com/" target="_blank">Wenha</a></strong> and <strong><a title="This external link will open in a new window" href="http://wenhajazz.swiftsite.com/" target="_blank">Rebirth</a></strong> labels, Wendell is also the creator of <a title="This external link will open in a new window" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tribe_Records" target="_blank"><strong>Tribe records</strong></a>.  Recordings from the Tribe label are highly sought after by both jazz and electronic collectors.  In his highly acclaimed and successful teaching methods, the <strong><a title="This external link will open in a new window" href="http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_b/105-4540728-3665214?url=search-alias%253Dstripbooks&amp;field-keywords=wendell+harrison&amp;Go.x=0&amp;Go.y=0&amp;Go=Go" target="_blank">Be Boppers Method Book</a></strong>, Wendell presents &#8220;the Gospel of Barry Harris&#8221; as translated through his own experiences.</p>
  865. <p>Join <strong>Jim Gallert</strong> and <strong>Rodney Reeves</strong> as Wendell reminisces about his musical upbringing in 1950&#8217;s Detroit up to his current projects.  He introduces us to the people that influenced him along the way such as Barry Harris, Harold McKinney, Sun Ra and John Coltrane.</p>
  866. <p>Music heard on this edition will feature Wendell along with inspiring performances by Harold McKinney, Cecil McBee, Kirk  Lightsey, Juma Santos, Doug Hammond, Jerry Gonzalez, James Carter and others.</p>
  867. <p>For more information on Wendell, go to <strong><a href="http://wenhajazz.swiftsite.com/" target="_blank">http://wenhajazz.swiftsite.com</a></strong></p>
  868. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Music heard on this show</span></strong></p>
  869. <p><strong>Boomerang</strong> &#8211; from Forever Duke &#8211; A Tribute To Duke Ellington</p>
  870. <p><strong>Wendell</strong> &#8211; Clarinet, Tenor saxophone<br />
  871. <strong>Charles Tolliver</strong> &#8211; Trumpet<br />
  872. <strong>Jaribu Shahid</strong> &#8211; Bass<br />
  873. <strong>Danny Spencer</strong> &#8211; Drums<br />
  874. <strong>Rick Roe</strong> &#8211; Piano</p>
  875. <p><strong>Ring Man</strong> &#8211; from Live In Concert</p>
  876. <p><strong>Armstrong Park</strong> &#8211; from Something For Pops</p>
  877. <p><strong>Wendell Harrison</strong> &#8211; Clarinet<br />
  878. <strong>Harold McKinney</strong> &#8211; Piano</p>
  879. <p><strong>Rush &amp; Hustle</strong> &#8211; from Wendell Harrison &amp; Mama&#8217;s Licking Stick Ensemble</p>
  880. <p><strong>Wendell</strong> &#8211; B-flat clarinet<br />
  881. <strong>James Carter</strong> &#8211; Double B-flat contra bass clarinet<br />
  882. <strong>Ernie Rogers</strong> &#8211; E-flat contra bass clarineHarold Orr &#8211; Bass clarinet<br />
  883. <strong>Greg Koltyck</strong> &#8211; B-flat clarinet<br />
  884. <strong>Paul Onachuck </strong>&#8211; B-flat clarinet<br />
  885. <strong>Ken Hobenstreet</strong> &#8211; B-flat clarinet<br />
  886. <strong>Harold McKinney/Pamela Wise</strong> &#8211; piano<br />
  887. <strong>Marion Hayden</strong> &#8211; Bass<br />
  888. <strong>Alex Brooks/Enix Buchanan</strong> &#8211; Drums<br />
  889. <strong>Jerry Gonzalez</strong> &#8211; Timbales<br />
  890. <strong>Mahindi Masai</strong> &#8211; Congas, percussion</p>
  891. <p><strong>Jazz On The Run</strong> &#8211; from Eighth House: Riding With Pluto<br />
  892. <strong>Wendell </strong>&#8211; Tenor Saxophone<br />
  893. <strong>Juma Santos</strong> &#8211; Percussion</p>
  894. <p><strong>Changing The Scene</strong> &#8211; from Fly By Night</p>
  895. <p><strong>Wendell</strong> &#8211; Tenor Saxophone<br />
  896. <strong>Cecil McBee/Jaribu Shahid</strong> &#8211; Bass<br />
  897. <strong>Kirk Lightsey/Pamela Wise</strong> &#8211; Piano<br />
  898. <strong>Doug Hammond</strong> &#8211; Drums</p>
  899. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgements:</span><br />
  900. Opening Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Marks Mood</strong> available on the self titled CD <strong>Bop Culture</strong><br />
  901. <strong>Closing Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Erroenious</strong> available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD <strong>The E.P.</strong><br />
  902. Go to <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a> for more information</p>
  903. <p>A special thanks goes out to<strong> <a href="http://www.mackavenue.com/" target="_blank">Mack Avenue Records</a></strong> recording artist <strong>Rodney Whitaker</strong> for supplying us with our introduction. Go to <strong><a href="http://www.mackavenue.com/" target="_blank">http://www.mackavenue.com</a></strong> for more information on Rodney and their many other great artists.</p>
  904. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2007%2F02%2F16%2Fdjs-welcomes-wendell-harrison%2F&amp;title=Detroit%20JazzStage%20Welcomes%20Clarinetist%20and%20Saxophonist%20Wendell%20Harrison" id="wpa2a_74"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
  905. <enclosure url="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/audio/Detroit_Jazzstage_022007_final_mix.mp3" length="89865666" type="audio/mpeg" />
  906. <itunes:duration>1:02:23</itunes:duration>
  907. <itunes:subtitle>Clarinetist, tenor saxophonist, and educator, Wendell Harrison, has been a creative powerhouse in Detroit for several decades now.  Artists he has worked with include Jack McDuff, Elvin Jones, Sonny Stitt, Grant Green, Sun Ra, Eddie Harris and Hank [...]</itunes:subtitle>
  908. <itunes:summary>Clarinetist, tenor saxophonist, and educator, Wendell Harrison, has been a creative powerhouse in Detroit for several decades now.  Artists he has worked with include Jack McDuff, Elvin Jones, Sonny Stitt, Grant Green, Sun Ra, Eddie Harris and Hank Crawford. Along with the Wenha and Rebirth labels, Wendell is also the creator of Tribe records.  Recordings from the Tribe label are highly sought after by both jazz and electronic collectors.  In his highly acclaimed and successful teaching methods, the Be Boppers Method Book, Wendell presents &#8220;the Gospel of Barry Harris&#8221; as translated through his own experiences.
  909. Join Jim Gallert and Rodney Reeves as Wendell reminisces about his musical upbringing in 1950&#8217;s Detroit up to his current projects.  He introduces us to the people that influenced him along the way such as Barry Harris, Harold McKinney, Sun Ra and John Coltrane.
  910. Music heard on this edition will feature Wendell along with inspiring performances by Harold McKinney, Cecil McBee, Kirk  Lightsey, Juma Santos, Doug Hammond, Jerry Gonzalez, James Carter and others.
  911. For more information on Wendell, go to http://wenhajazz.swiftsite.com
  912. Music heard on this show
  913. Boomerang &#8211; from Forever Duke &#8211; A Tribute To Duke Ellington
  914. Wendell &#8211; Clarinet, Tenor saxophone
  915. Charles Tolliver &#8211; Trumpet
  916. Jaribu Shahid &#8211; Bass
  917. Danny Spencer &#8211; Drums
  918. Rick Roe &#8211; Piano
  919. Ring Man &#8211; from Live In Concert
  920. Armstrong Park &#8211; from Something For Pops
  921. Wendell Harrison &#8211; Clarinet
  922. Harold McKinney &#8211; Piano
  923. Rush &#38; Hustle &#8211; from Wendell Harrison &#38; Mama&#8217;s Licking Stick Ensemble
  924. Wendell &#8211; B-flat clarinet
  925. James Carter &#8211; Double B-flat contra bass clarinet
  926. Ernie Rogers &#8211; E-flat contra bass clarineHarold Orr &#8211; Bass clarinet
  927. Greg Koltyck &#8211; B-flat clarinet
  928. Paul Onachuck &#8211; B-flat clarinet
  929. Ken Hobenstreet &#8211; B-flat clarinet
  930. Harold McKinney/Pamela Wise &#8211; piano
  931. Marion Hayden &#8211; Bass
  932. Alex Brooks/Enix Buchanan &#8211; Drums
  933. Jerry Gonzalez &#8211; Timbales
  934. Mahindi Masai &#8211; Congas, percussion
  935. Jazz On The Run &#8211; from Eighth House: Riding With Pluto
  936. Wendell &#8211; Tenor Saxophone
  937. Juma Santos &#8211; Percussion
  938. Changing The Scene &#8211; from Fly By Night
  939. Wendell &#8211; Tenor Saxophone
  940. Cecil McBee/Jaribu Shahid &#8211; Bass
  941. Kirk Lightsey/Pamela Wise &#8211; Piano
  942. Doug Hammond &#8211; Drums
  943. Acknowledgements:
  944. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Marks Mood available on the self titled CD Bop Culture
  945. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Erroenious available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  946. Go to bopculture.com for more information
  947. A special thanks goes out to Mack Avenue Records recording artist Rodney Whitaker for supplying us with our introduction. Go to http://www.mackavenue.com for more information on Rodney and their many other great artists.
  948. </itunes:summary>
  949. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  950. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  951. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  952. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
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  955. <title>Detroit JazzStage Features the Paul Keller Ensemble recorded Live at The Max</title>
  956. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2006/12/17/djs-keller-ensemble-live-max/</link>
  957. <pubDate>Mon, 18 Dec 2006 00:24:06 +0000</pubDate>
  958. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  959. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  960.  
  961. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://lberns.com/jazzstage/?p=559</guid>
  962. <description><![CDATA[Detroit JazzStage is pleased to announce a partnership with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the Max M Fisher Music Center. &#8220;The Max&#8221; is a state of the art performing arts complex built in 2003. They are home to the world famous Detroit Symphony Orchestra as well as to jazz, pops, family concerts and more. This [&#8230;]]]></description>
  963. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><strong><a href="http://detroitsymphony.com" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-263" title="The Max banner" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/maxbanner.jpg" alt="The Max banner" width="242" height="62" srcset="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/maxbanner.jpg 302w, http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/maxbanner-300x77.jpg 300w" sizes="(max-width: 242px) 100vw, 242px" /></a>Detroit JazzStage</strong> is pleased to announce a partnership with the <strong> <a href="http://www.detroitsymphony.com/" target="_blank">Detroit Symphony  Orchestra</a></strong> and the <strong> <a href="http://www.detroitsymphony.com" target="_blank">Max M  Fisher Music Center</a></strong>. &#8220;The Max&#8221; is a state of the art performing arts  complex built in 2003. They are home to the world famous<strong> Detroit Symphony  Orchestra</strong> as well as to jazz, pops, family concerts and more. This episode  is the first of three live <strong>Detroit JazzStage</strong> podcasts from their<strong><a href="http://www.detroitsymphony.com" target="_blank"> Jazz Club @ The Max</a></strong> series. To learn more about <strong>The Max M. Fisher  Music Center</strong> surf to<strong> <a href="http://jazzstage.us/" target="_blank"> http://jazzstage.us</a></strong> or <strong> <a href="http://detroitsymphony.com/" target="_blank">http://detroitsymphony.com</a></strong>.</p>
  964. <p>This month&#8217;s guest, the <strong><a href="http://pkorecords.com/" target="_blank">Paul  Keller Ensemble</a></strong>, is one of Michigan&#8217;s best combos. They perform classic,  obscure and original material covering the entire history of jazz. The  performance was recorded on November 17th by <strong>Detroit JazzStage</strong> Sound  Engineer/Producer <strong>Mark Byerly</strong> and was emceed by your host <strong>Jim Gallert</strong>.</p>
  965. <p>For more information on the <strong>Paul Keller Ensemble</strong>, go to<strong><a href="http://pkorecords.com/" target="_blank"> http://pkorecords.com</a></strong>.</p>
  966. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong><span style="font-size: medium;">Music</span></strong></span><br />
  967. <strong>NTK</strong> &#8211; Paul Keller<br />
  968. <strong>The Word On The Street</strong>&#8211; Paul Keller<br />
  969. <strong>Ya Know</strong> &#8211; Paul Finkbeiner<br />
  970. <strong>PK&#8217;s Tempo</strong> &#8211; Paul Keller</p>
  971. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong><span style="font-size: medium;">Paul Keller Ensemble Members</span></strong></span><br />
  972. <strong>Paul Keller</strong> &#8211; Bass<br />
  973. <strong>Ellen Rowe</strong> &#8211; Piano<br />
  974. <strong>Sean Dobbins</strong> &#8211; Drums<br />
  975. <strong>Paul Finkbeiner</strong> &#8211; Trumpet<br />
  976. <strong>Keith Kaminski</strong> &#8211; Alto/Tenor Saxophones<br />
  977. <strong>Terry Kamura</strong> &#8211; Trombone<br />
  978. <strong>Susan Chastain</strong> &#8211; Vocals</p>
  979. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgements:</span><br />
  980. Opening Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Marks Mood</strong> available on the self  titled CD <strong>Bop Culture</strong><br />
  981. <strong>Closing Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Erroenious</strong> available on Bop  Culture&#8217;s CD <strong>The E.P.</strong><br />
  982. Go to <strong><a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a></strong> for more information</p>
  983. <p>A special thanks goes out to <strong> <a href="http://www.mackavenue.com/" target="_blank">Mack Avenue Records</a></strong> recording artist <strong>Sean Jones</strong> for supplying us with our introduction. Go  to <strong><a href="http://www.mackavenue.com/" target="_blank"> http://www.mackavenue.com</a></strong> for more information on Sean and their many  other great artists.</p>
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  986. <itunes:duration>0:40:52</itunes:duration>
  987. <itunes:subtitle>Detroit JazzStage is pleased to announce a partnership with the  Detroit Symphony  Orchestra and the  Max M  Fisher Music Center. &#8220;The Max&#8221; is a state of the art performing arts  complex built in 2003. They are home to the world famous D[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  988. <itunes:summary>Detroit JazzStage is pleased to announce a partnership with the  Detroit Symphony  Orchestra and the  Max M  Fisher Music Center. &#8220;The Max&#8221; is a state of the art performing arts  complex built in 2003. They are home to the world famous Detroit Symphony  Orchestra as well as to jazz, pops, family concerts and more. This episode  is the first of three live Detroit JazzStage podcasts from their Jazz Club @ The Max series. To learn more about The Max M. Fisher  Music Center surf to  http://jazzstage.us or  http://detroitsymphony.com.
  989. This month&#8217;s guest, the Paul  Keller Ensemble, is one of Michigan&#8217;s best combos. They perform classic,  obscure and original material covering the entire history of jazz. The  performance was recorded on November 17th by Detroit JazzStage Sound  Engineer/Producer Mark Byerly and was emceed by your host Jim Gallert.
  990. For more information on the Paul Keller Ensemble, go to http://pkorecords.com.
  991. Music
  992. NTK &#8211; Paul Keller
  993. The Word On The Street&#8211; Paul Keller
  994. Ya Know &#8211; Paul Finkbeiner
  995. PK&#8217;s Tempo &#8211; Paul Keller
  996. Paul Keller Ensemble Members
  997. Paul Keller &#8211; Bass
  998. Ellen Rowe &#8211; Piano
  999. Sean Dobbins &#8211; Drums
  1000. Paul Finkbeiner &#8211; Trumpet
  1001. Keith Kaminski &#8211; Alto/Tenor Saxophones
  1002. Terry Kamura &#8211; Trombone
  1003. Susan Chastain &#8211; Vocals
  1004. Acknowledgements:
  1005. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Marks Mood available on the self  titled CD Bop Culture
  1006. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Erroenious available on Bop  Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  1007. Go to bopculture.com for more information
  1008. A special thanks goes out to  Mack Avenue Records recording artist Sean Jones for supplying us with our introduction. Go  to  http://www.mackavenue.com for more information on Sean and their many  other great artists.
  1009. </itunes:summary>
  1010. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  1011. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  1012. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  1013. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
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  1015. <item>
  1016. <title>DJS Jazz Spotlite Featuring Vocalist Jesse Palter</title>
  1017. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2006/11/27/djs-palter-spotlite/</link>
  1018. <pubDate>Mon, 27 Nov 2006 17:14:36 +0000</pubDate>
  1019. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  1020. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  1021.  
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  1023. <description><![CDATA[For this DJS Jazz Spotlight we&#8217;re showcasing 21 year old vocal sensation Jesse Palter who, through both training and pure instinct, has grown into one of the most recently accomplished and dynamic singers (and songwriters) in the Detroit jazz scene.. Her voice is a flexible, facile instrument wielded by an ambitious and visionary player; it [&#8230;]]]></description>
  1024. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://www.myspace.com/jessepalter" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-265" title="Jesse Palter" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/palter_album_cover.jpg" alt="Jesse Palter" width="200" height="200" srcset="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/palter_album_cover.jpg 200w, http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/palter_album_cover-150x150.jpg 150w" sizes="(max-width: 200px) 100vw, 200px" /></a>For this <strong>DJS Jazz Spotlight</strong> we&#8217;re showcasing 21 year old vocal sensation <strong><a href="http://www.myspace.com/jessepalter" target="_blank">Jesse Palter</a> </strong>who, through both training and pure instinct, has grown into one of the most  recently accomplished and dynamic singers (and songwriters) in the Detroit jazz  scene.. Her voice is a flexible, facile instrument wielded by an ambitious and  visionary player; it can be sweet or salty, polished or raw, wide in range and  broad in stylistic scope, channeling and combining influences such as <strong>Miles  Davis, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Frank Sinatra, Joni Mitchell, Stevie  Wonder</strong> and <strong>Kurt Elling</strong>. It&#8217;s the voice of someone who has a voracious appetite  for growth and is fearless in that pursuit &#8212; the perfect equation for a  promising future. The musicians in Jesse&#8217;s group include <strong>Mike Jellick</strong> on  piano/Rhodes, <strong><a href="http://www.myspace.com/dubbee" target="_blank">Ben Williams</a></strong> on bass, and <strong><a href="http://www.myspace.com/natewinn" target="_blank">Nate  Winn</a></strong> on Drums. Special guests include <strong> <a href="http://www.myspace.com/deanmooreII" target="_blank">Dean Moore</a></strong> on Saxophone and <strong> <a href="http://www.myspace.com/urbantransport" target="_blank">Vincent Chandler</a></strong> on Trombone, both of <strong> <a href="http://www.myspace.com/urbantransport" target="_blank">Urban Transport</a></strong>,  plus <strong><a href="http://www.jazzheadjazz.com/" target="_blank">John Douglas</a></strong> of <strong><a href="http://www.jazzheadjazz.com/" target="_blank">Jazzhead</a></strong> on  Trumpet.  Listen as Jesse discusses her music, followed by her original  tune, <strong>Lovesick</strong> from her debut CD <strong> <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/palter" target="_blank">Beginning To See The Light</a></strong> available at CD Baby <strong><a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/palter" target="_blank"> http://cdbaby.com/cd/palter </a></strong></p>
  1025. <p>More information on Jesse can be found at <strong> <a href="http://www.myspace.com/jessepalter" target="_blank"> http://www.myspace.com/jessepalter</a></strong> <strong></strong></p>
  1026. <p><strong>Acknowledgements:<br />
  1027. Opening Music</strong> &#8211; <strong>Riff3</strong> &#8211; Dave  Luther,<br />
  1028. <strong> <a href="http://www.motorcityhorns.com/" target="_blank"> Motor City Horns (motorcityhorns.com)</a></strong><br />
  1029. <strong>Trumpet</strong> &#8211; Ben Toman<br />
  1030. <strong>Trumpet </strong>&#8211; Mark Byerly<br />
  1031. <strong>Alto Saxophone </strong>&#8211; Dave Luther<br />
  1032. <strong>Tenor Saxophone</strong> &#8211; Keith Kaminski<br />
  1033. <strong>Trombone</strong> &#8211; John Rutherford<strong></strong></p>
  1034. <p><strong>Background Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Ressurection</strong> available on Bop  Culture&#8217;s CD <strong>The E.P.<br />
  1035. Closing Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Erroenious</strong> available on Bop Culture&#8217;s  CD <strong>The E.P.</strong></p>
  1036. <p>Go to <strong><a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a></strong> for more information</p>
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  1039. <itunes:duration>0:09:32</itunes:duration>
  1040. <itunes:subtitle>For this DJS Jazz Spotlight we&#8217;re showcasing 21 year old vocal sensation Jesse Palter who, through both training and pure instinct, has grown into one of the most  recently accomplished and dynamic singers (and songwriters) in the Detroit jazz[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  1041. <itunes:summary>For this DJS Jazz Spotlight we&#8217;re showcasing 21 year old vocal sensation Jesse Palter who, through both training and pure instinct, has grown into one of the most  recently accomplished and dynamic singers (and songwriters) in the Detroit jazz  scene.. Her voice is a flexible, facile instrument wielded by an ambitious and  visionary player; it can be sweet or salty, polished or raw, wide in range and  broad in stylistic scope, channeling and combining influences such as Miles  Davis, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Frank Sinatra, Joni Mitchell, Stevie  Wonder and Kurt Elling. It&#8217;s the voice of someone who has a voracious appetite  for growth and is fearless in that pursuit &#8212; the perfect equation for a  promising future. The musicians in Jesse&#8217;s group include Mike Jellick on  piano/Rhodes, Ben Williams on bass, and Nate  Winn on Drums. Special guests include  Dean Moore on Saxophone and  Vincent Chandler on Trombone, both of  Urban Transport,  plus John Douglas of Jazzhead on  Trumpet.  Listen as Jesse discusses her music, followed by her original  tune, Lovesick from her debut CD  Beginning To See The Light available at CD Baby  http://cdbaby.com/cd/palter
  1042. More information on Jesse can be found at   http://www.myspace.com/jessepalter
  1043. Acknowledgements:
  1044. Opening Music &#8211; Riff3 &#8211; Dave  Luther,
  1045.  Motor City Horns (motorcityhorns.com)
  1046. Trumpet &#8211; Ben Toman
  1047. Trumpet &#8211; Mark Byerly
  1048. Alto Saxophone &#8211; Dave Luther
  1049. Tenor Saxophone &#8211; Keith Kaminski
  1050. Trombone &#8211; John Rutherford
  1051. Background Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Ressurection available on Bop  Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  1052. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Erroenious available on Bop Culture&#8217;s  CD The E.P.
  1053. Go to bopculture.com for more information
  1054. </itunes:summary>
  1055. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  1056. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  1057. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  1058. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
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  1060. <item>
  1061. <title>Detroit JazzStage Welcomes Legendary Saxophonist Faruq Z. Bey</title>
  1062. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2006/10/19/djs-welcomes-faruq-z-bey/</link>
  1063. <pubDate>Fri, 20 Oct 2006 03:55:42 +0000</pubDate>
  1064. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  1065. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  1066.  
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  1068. <description><![CDATA[In the right hands, they say the pen is mightier than the sword. But the saxophone?  Now that is mighty! How mighty you ask?  Just check out the words and music of the legendary counterculture icon, saxophonist, composer, poet and philosopher Faruq Z. Bey on the October edition of Detroit JazzStage. Faruq joins Jim Gallert [&#8230;]]]></description>
  1069. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-226" title="Faruq Z. Bey" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/bey.jpg" alt="Faruq Z. Bey" width="201" height="307" srcset="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/bey.jpg 201w, http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/bey-196x300.jpg 196w" sizes="(max-width: 201px) 100vw, 201px" />In the right hands, they say the pen is mightier than the sword. But the saxophone?  Now  that is mighty! How mighty you ask?  Just check out the words and music of the  legendary <em>counterculture icon, saxophonist, composer, poet </em>and <em> philosopher</em> <strong>Faruq Z. Bey</strong> on the <strong>October </strong>edition of  <strong>Detroit JazzStage</strong>.<strong> Faruq </strong>joins<strong> Jim Gallert</strong> and <strong>Rodney Reeves</strong> to discuss his music and how it relates to his life, philosophy, linguistics and  art. Bey, a founding member of <strong>Griot Galaxy</strong>, a band referred to as <strong> &#8220;the best band that never left Detroit&#8221;</strong>,  has been active on the Detroit music scene since the early 1970s.</p>
  1070. <p>Your featured music includes a selection from a beautifully recorded 1983  concert performance of <strong>Griot Galaxy</strong> at their peak .  The recording from  the <strong>Detroit Institute of Arts </strong>featured the classic group with <strong>Faruq Z.  Bey, Tani Tabbal, Jaribu Shahid, Tony Holland </strong>and <strong>David McMurray</strong>.  The  remainder of the selections were taken off the recent recordings <strong>19 Moons, Ashirai Pattern </strong>and his latest release <strong>Auzar.</strong></p>
  1071. <p>For a complete catalog of music by <strong>Faruq  Z. Bey </strong>and <strong>the Northwoods Improvisers</strong>, go to  <a href="http://www.entropystereo.com/" target="_blank">http://www.entropystereo.com</a>, or <a href="http://www.northwoodsimprovisers.com/" target="_blank">http://www.northwoodsimprovisers.com</a>.</p>
  1072. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Music heard on this show</strong>:</span></p>
  1073. <p><strong>Penumbra</strong> (poetry)</p>
  1074. <p><strong><br />
  1075. Zinj Lebarb</strong> from <strong>Griot Galaxy Live at the D.I.A</strong> &#8211; Griot  Galaxy</p>
  1076. <p><strong>Faruq Z. Bey</strong> &#8211; tenor, alto, soprano<br />
  1077. <strong>Anthony Holland</strong> &#8211; alto, soprano<br />
  1078. <strong>David McMurray</strong> &#8211; tenor, alto, soprano<br />
  1079. <strong>Jaribu Shahid</strong> &#8211; bass<br />
  1080. <strong>Tani Tabbal</strong> &#8211; drums</p>
  1081. <p><strong>Mamaka II</strong> from <strong>19 Moons</strong> &#8211; Faruq Z. Bey w/ Northwoods Improvisers</p>
  1082. <p><strong>Faruq Z. Bey</strong> &#8211; tenor, alto<br />
  1083. <strong>Mike Glmore</strong> &#8211; vibes, bone guitar<br />
  1084. <strong>Mike Johnston</strong> &#8211; bass<br />
  1085. <strong>Nick Ashton</strong> &#8211; drums<br />
  1086. <strong>Len Bukowski</strong> &#8211; contra alto clarinet</p>
  1087. <p><strong>Dragons</strong> from <strong>Ashirai Pattern </strong>&#8211; Faruq Z. Bey with the Northwoods  Improvisers<strong></strong></p>
  1088. <p><strong>Faruq Z. Bey</strong> &#8211; tenor, alto, soprano saxophone, flute<br />
  1089. <strong>Mike Cary</strong> &#8211; tenor, flute<br />
  1090. <strong>Mike Gilmore</strong> &#8211; vibes, marimba, cheng<br />
  1091. <strong>Mike Johnston</strong> &#8211; bass, sho, percussion<br />
  1092. <strong>Nick Ashton</strong> &#8211; drums, percussion<br />
  1093. <strong>Len Bukowski</strong> &#8211; contra alto clarinet<br />
  1094. <strong>Mike Khoury</strong> &#8211; violin</p>
  1095. <p><strong>Ayler</strong> from <strong>19 Moons</strong> &#8211; Faruq Z. Bey w/ Northwoods Improvisers</p>
  1096. <p><strong>Faruq Z. Bey</strong> &#8211; tenor, alto<br />
  1097. <strong>Mike Glmore</strong> &#8211; vibes, bone guitar<br />
  1098. <strong>Mike Johnston</strong> &#8211; bass<br />
  1099. <strong>Nick Ashton</strong> &#8211; drums</p>
  1100. <p><strong>Gemini</strong> from <strong>Auzar</strong> &#8211; Faruq Z. Bey w/ Northwoods Improvisers</p>
  1101. <p><strong>Faruq Z. Bey</strong> &#8211; tenor, alto<br />
  1102. <strong>Mike Cary</strong> &#8211; tenor, bass clarinet<br />
  1103. <strong>Skeeter Shelton</strong> &#8211; tenor<br />
  1104. <strong>Mike Gilmore</strong> &#8211; vibes, marimba<br />
  1105. <strong>Mike Johnston</strong> &#8211; bass<br />
  1106. <strong>Nick Ashton</strong> &#8211; drums</p>
  1107. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgements:</span><br />
  1108. Opening Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Marks Mood</strong> available on the self titled  CD <strong>Bop Culture</strong><br />
  1109. <strong>Closing Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Erroenious</strong> available on Bop  Culture&#8217;s CD <strong>The E.P.</strong></p>
  1110. <p>Go to <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank"> bopculture.com</a> for more information</p>
  1111. <p>Our gratitude goes to <a><strong> </strong></a><strong><a title="W. Kim Heron" href="http://www.metrotimes.com/editorial/story.asp?id=9048" target="_blank">W. Kim Heron</a></strong>, Editor of <strong><a href="http://www.metrotimes.com/" target="_blank">The Metro Times</a></strong>, for  supplying us with our introduction and for an excellent article on <strong>Faruq</strong> that was published in Detroit&#8217;s <strong> <a href="http://www.metrotimes.com/editorial/story.asp?id=5001" target="_blank">Metro Times</a></strong>.</p>
  1112. <p><a href="http://www.metrotimes.com/" target="_blank">http://www.metrotimes.com/</a><br />
  1113. <a href="http://www.metrotimes.com/editorial/story.asp?id=5001" target="_blank"> http://www.metrotimes.com/editorial/story.asp?id=5001</a></p>
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  1116. <itunes:duration>1:00:12</itunes:duration>
  1117. <itunes:subtitle>In the right hands, they say the pen is mightier than the sword. But the saxophone?  Now  that is mighty! How mighty you ask?  Just check out the words and music of the  legendary counterculture icon, saxophonist, composer, poet and  philosopher Far[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  1118. <itunes:summary>In the right hands, they say the pen is mightier than the sword. But the saxophone?  Now  that is mighty! How mighty you ask?  Just check out the words and music of the  legendary counterculture icon, saxophonist, composer, poet and  philosopher Faruq Z. Bey on the October edition of  Detroit JazzStage. Faruq joins Jim Gallert and Rodney Reeves to discuss his music and how it relates to his life, philosophy, linguistics and  art. Bey, a founding member of Griot Galaxy, a band referred to as  &#8220;the best band that never left Detroit&#8221;,  has been active on the Detroit music scene since the early 1970s.
  1119. Your featured music includes a selection from a beautifully recorded 1983  concert performance of Griot Galaxy at their peak .  The recording from  the Detroit Institute of Arts featured the classic group with Faruq Z.  Bey, Tani Tabbal, Jaribu Shahid, Tony Holland and David McMurray.  The  remainder of the selections were taken off the recent recordings 19 Moons, Ashirai Pattern and his latest release Auzar.
  1120. For a complete catalog of music by Faruq  Z. Bey and the Northwoods Improvisers, go to  http://www.entropystereo.com, or http://www.northwoodsimprovisers.com.
  1121. Music heard on this show:
  1122. Penumbra (poetry)
  1123.  
  1124. Zinj Lebarb from Griot Galaxy Live at the D.I.A &#8211; Griot  Galaxy
  1125. Faruq Z. Bey &#8211; tenor, alto, soprano
  1126. Anthony Holland &#8211; alto, soprano
  1127. David McMurray &#8211; tenor, alto, soprano
  1128. Jaribu Shahid &#8211; bass
  1129. Tani Tabbal &#8211; drums
  1130. Mamaka II from 19 Moons &#8211; Faruq Z. Bey w/ Northwoods Improvisers
  1131. Faruq Z. Bey &#8211; tenor, alto
  1132. Mike Glmore &#8211; vibes, bone guitar
  1133. Mike Johnston &#8211; bass
  1134. Nick Ashton &#8211; drums
  1135. Len Bukowski &#8211; contra alto clarinet
  1136. Dragons from Ashirai Pattern &#8211; Faruq Z. Bey with the Northwoods  Improvisers
  1137. Faruq Z. Bey &#8211; tenor, alto, soprano saxophone, flute
  1138. Mike Cary &#8211; tenor, flute
  1139. Mike Gilmore &#8211; vibes, marimba, cheng
  1140. Mike Johnston &#8211; bass, sho, percussion
  1141. Nick Ashton &#8211; drums, percussion
  1142. Len Bukowski &#8211; contra alto clarinet
  1143. Mike Khoury &#8211; violin
  1144. Ayler from 19 Moons &#8211; Faruq Z. Bey w/ Northwoods Improvisers
  1145. Faruq Z. Bey &#8211; tenor, alto
  1146. Mike Glmore &#8211; vibes, bone guitar
  1147. Mike Johnston &#8211; bass
  1148. Nick Ashton &#8211; drums
  1149. Gemini from Auzar &#8211; Faruq Z. Bey w/ Northwoods Improvisers
  1150. Faruq Z. Bey &#8211; tenor, alto
  1151. Mike Cary &#8211; tenor, bass clarinet
  1152. Skeeter Shelton &#8211; tenor
  1153. Mike Gilmore &#8211; vibes, marimba
  1154. Mike Johnston &#8211; bass
  1155. Nick Ashton &#8211; drums
  1156. Acknowledgements:
  1157. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Marks Mood available on the self titled  CD Bop Culture
  1158. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Erroenious available on Bop  Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  1159. Go to  bopculture.com for more information
  1160. Our gratitude goes to  W. Kim Heron, Editor of The Metro Times, for  supplying us with our introduction and for an excellent article on Faruq that was published in Detroit&#8217;s  Metro Times.
  1161. http://www.metrotimes.com/
  1162. http://www.metrotimes.com/editorial/story.asp?id=5001
  1163. </itunes:summary>
  1164. <itunes:keywords>podcast</itunes:keywords>
  1165. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  1166. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  1167. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
  1168. </item>
  1169. <item>
  1170. <title>Detroit JazzStage October Promo with Faruq Z. Bey</title>
  1171. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2006/10/02/djs-october-promo-faruq-z-bey/</link>
  1172. <pubDate>Mon, 02 Oct 2006 21:25:19 +0000</pubDate>
  1173. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  1174. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  1175.  
  1176. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://lberns.com/jazzstage/?p=515</guid>
  1177. <description><![CDATA[Greetings Detroit JazzStage listeners. We are putting the finishing touches on the October show featuring Faruq Z. Bey. In the meantime, please enjoy this short promo where Faruq discusses the relationships between spoken inflections and musical expressions. For a complete catalog of music by Faruq Z. Bey and the Northwoods Improvisers, go to http://www.entropystereo.com Music [&#8230;]]]></description>
  1178. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://www.entropystereo.com"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-254" title="Kins" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/kins-t.jpg" alt="Kins" width="210" height="201" /></a>Greetings <strong>Detroit JazzStage</strong> listeners. We are putting the  finishing touches on the October show featuring <a href="http://www.entropystereo.com/" target="_blank">Faruq Z. Bey</a>.  In the meantime, please enjoy this short promo where Faruq discusses the  relationships between spoken inflections and musical expressions.</p>
  1179. <p>For a complete catalog of music by Faruq Z. Bey and the Northwoods Improvisers, go to<br />
  1180. <a href="http://www.entropystereo.com/" target="_blank">http://www.entropystereo.com</a></p>
  1181. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Music</span></strong></p>
  1182. <p><strong>Dragons</strong> from <strong>Ashirai Pattern </strong>&#8211;  Faruq Z. Bey with the Northwoods  Improvisers<strong></strong></p>
  1183. <p><strong>Faruq Z. Bey</strong> &#8211; tenor, alto, soprano saxophone, flute<br />
  1184. <strong>Mike Cary</strong> &#8211; tenor, flute<br />
  1185. <strong>Mike Gilmore</strong> &#8211; vibes, marimba, cheng<br />
  1186. <strong>Mike Johnston</strong> &#8211; bass, sho, percussion<br />
  1187. <strong>Nick Ashton</strong> &#8211; drums, percussion<br />
  1188. <strong>Len Bukowski</strong> &#8211; contra alto clarinet<br />
  1189. <strong>Mike Khoury</strong> &#8211; violin</p>
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  1192. <itunes:duration>0:12:08</itunes:duration>
  1193. <itunes:subtitle>Greetings Detroit JazzStage listeners. We are putting the  finishing touches on the October show featuring Faruq Z. Bey.  In the meantime, please enjoy this short promo where Faruq discusses the  relationships between spoken inflections and musical [...]</itunes:subtitle>
  1194. <itunes:summary>Greetings Detroit JazzStage listeners. We are putting the  finishing touches on the October show featuring Faruq Z. Bey.  In the meantime, please enjoy this short promo where Faruq discusses the  relationships between spoken inflections and musical expressions.
  1195. For a complete catalog of music by Faruq Z. Bey and the Northwoods Improvisers, go to
  1196. http://www.entropystereo.com
  1197. Music
  1198. Dragons from Ashirai Pattern &#8211;  Faruq Z. Bey with the Northwoods  Improvisers
  1199. Faruq Z. Bey &#8211; tenor, alto, soprano saxophone, flute
  1200. Mike Cary &#8211; tenor, flute
  1201. Mike Gilmore &#8211; vibes, marimba, cheng
  1202. Mike Johnston &#8211; bass, sho, percussion
  1203. Nick Ashton &#8211; drums, percussion
  1204. Len Bukowski &#8211; contra alto clarinet
  1205. Mike Khoury &#8211; violin
  1206. </itunes:summary>
  1207. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  1208. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  1209. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  1210. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
  1211. </item>
  1212. <item>
  1213. <title>Detroit JazzStage celebrates the 2006 Detroit International Jazz Festival</title>
  1214. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2006/09/05/detroit-jazzstage-celebrates-the-2006-detroit-international-jazz-festival/</link>
  1215. <pubDate>Wed, 06 Sep 2006 03:56:57 +0000</pubDate>
  1216. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  1217. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  1218.  
  1219. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://lberns.com/jazzstage/?p=507</guid>
  1220. <description><![CDATA[As you probably know by now, Detroit JazzStage had the pleasure of working with the Detroit International Jazz Festival . We are thrilled that each of our featured artists appeared at the festival. Celebrating Detroit&#8217;s rich Jazz heritage with host Rodney Reeves is Executive Producer and former co-host Dean Sahutske and Mark Byerly Besides being [&#8230;]]]></description>
  1221. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://www.detroitartistsworkshop.com/Visual/HowardWStudio/HowardWStudio.htm" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-247" title="Jazz Detroit! -  Howard Weingarden" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/JazzDetroit.jpg" alt="Jazz Detroit! -  Howard Weingarden" width="240" height="181" /></a>As you probably know by now, <a href="http://www.jazzstage.us/" target="_blank"><span style="color: #4182b8;"> <strong>Detroit JazzStage</strong></span></a> had the pleasure of working with the <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank"><span style="color: #4182b8;"> <strong>Detroit International Jazz Festival</strong></span></a> . We are  thrilled that each of our featured artists appeared at the festival.</p>
  1222. <p>Celebrating Detroit&#8217;s rich Jazz heritage with host <strong>Rodney Reeves</strong> is <strong>Executive Producer</strong> and <strong>former</strong> <strong> co-host</strong> <strong>Dean</strong> <strong>Sahutske</strong> and <strong> Mark Byerly</strong> Besides being our <strong>Sound Engineer, </strong> composing and perfoming our theme song, <strong>Mark</strong> was also our first <strong>guest</strong> and our <strong>Sound Engineer</strong>. <strong>Jim  Gallert</strong> is preparing for his role as presenter and interviewer for  the <strong>Detroit International Jazz Festival</strong>.</p>
  1223. <p>For your September edition of <strong>Detroit JazzStage</strong> you will hear  musical selections from many of our past guests as well as some artists that  haven&#8217;t appeared on <strong>Detroit JazzStage</strong>. Listeners of <strong>DJS </strong>have come to expect material that can&#8217;t be heard anywhere else and this  show is no exception.  Your hosts will share their thoughts and incite on the  featured music from past guests such as <a href="http://www.pkorecords.com/" target="_blank"><span style="color: #4182b8;"> <strong>Paul Keller</strong></span></a><strong>, </strong> <a href="http://www.roemusic.com/" target="_blank"><span style="color: #4182b8;"> <strong>Rick Roe</strong></span></a>, <strong>Urban Transport</strong> , and <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank"><span style="color: #4182b8;"> <strong>Bop Culture</strong></span></a> featuring<strong> </strong> <a href="http://www.markbyerly.com/" target="_blank"><span style="color: #4182b8;"> <strong>Mark Byerly</strong></span></a>.  You will also hear selections from  Drummer/composer <a href="http://www.myspace.com/gayelynnmckinney" target="_blank"> <span style="color: #4182b8;"><strong>Gayelynn McKinney</strong></span> </a>of Detroit&#8217;s  legendary jazz family,  veteran Saxophonist <strong>Steve Wood</strong> and  Guitarist <a href="http://www.paulabler.com/" target="_blank"> <span style="color: #4182b8;"><strong>Paul Abler</strong></span></a><strong> .</strong></p>
  1224. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Music heard on this show:</span></strong></p>
  1225. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Rick Roe</strong></span><br />
  1226. <strong>Five Twenty Two</strong> from  <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/rkc" target="_blank">The Late Late Show</a> <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/rkc" target="_blank">http://cdbaby.com/cd/rkc</a><br />
  1227. <strong><br />
  1228. Piano &#8211; </strong> Rick Roe<br />
  1229. <strong>Bass &#8211;</strong> Paul Keller<br />
  1230. <strong>Drums &#8211;</strong> Gerald Cleaver</p>
  1231. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Urban Transport</span><br />
  1232. Seldom Blues</strong> from <a href="http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/urbantransport" target="_blank">Live</a> <a href="http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/urbantransport" target="_blank"> http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/urbantransport</a></p>
  1233. <p><strong>Alto Saxophone &#8211;</strong> Dean Moore<br />
  1234. <strong>Trombone &#8211;</strong> Vincent Chandler<br />
  1235. <strong>Bass &#8211;</strong> Josef Deas<br />
  1236. <strong>Piano &#8211;</strong> Scott Gwinnell<br />
  1237. <strong>Drums &#8211;</strong> Sean Dobbins</p>
  1238. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Bop Culture</strong></span><br />
  1239. <strong>Marks Mood</strong> from <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/bopculture" target="_blank">Bop Culture</a> <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/bopculture" target="_blank">http://cdbaby.com/cd/bopculture</a></p>
  1240. <p><strong>Trumpet</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly<br />
  1241. <strong>Piano</strong> &#8211; Rick Roe<br />
  1242. <strong>Bass</strong> &#8211; Paul Keller<br />
  1243. <strong>Drums</strong> &#8211; Bill Higgins</p>
  1244. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Steve Wood Quartet</strong></span><br />
  1245. <strong>ODRP Blues</strong> from <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Deep-Woods-Steve-Wood-Quartet/dp/B00004UEPF/sr=8-2/qid=1157491828/ref=sr_1_2/103-6908373-8936627?ie=UTF8&amp;s=music" target="_blank">Deep Woods</a><br />
  1246. <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong><br />
  1247. </strong></span><strong>Saxophone</strong> &#8211; Steve Wood<br />
  1248. <strong>Piano</strong> &#8211; Phil Kelly<br />
  1249. <strong>Bass</strong> &#8211; Paul Keller<br />
  1250. <strong>Drums</strong> &#8211; Ron Jackson<span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong><br />
  1251. </strong></span></p>
  1252. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Gayelynn McKinney</strong></span><br />
  1253. <strong>It&#8217;s About Time</strong> from  <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/gayelynn" target="_blank">It&#8217;s About Time</a> <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/gayelynn" target="_blank">http://cdbaby.com/cd/gayelynn</a></p>
  1254. <p><strong>Saxophone</strong> -Chris Kearcher<br />
  1255. <strong>Trumpet</strong> &#8211; John Douglas<br />
  1256. <strong>Bass</strong> &#8211; Marion Hayden<br />
  1257. <strong>Drums</strong> &#8211; Gaylynne McKinney</p>
  1258. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Paul Abler</strong></span><br />
  1259. <strong>The Days &amp; Nights of Marion Hayden</strong> from <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/paulabler3" target="_blank">Fearless</a> <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/paulabler3" target="_blank"> http://cdbaby.com/cd/paulabler3</a></p>
  1260. <p><strong>Guitar &#8211; </strong>Paul Abler<br />
  1261. <strong>Piano</strong> &#8211; Carlton Holmes<br />
  1262. <strong>Bass</strong> &#8211; Marion Hayden<br />
  1263. <strong>Drums</strong> &#8211; Cindy Blackman</p>
  1264. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Paul Keller and The Bird of Paradise Orchestra</span></strong><br />
  1265. <strong>Jazz Lady After Dark</strong> from <a href="http://pkorecords.com/cds/bingo/bingo.htm" target="_blank">BINGO!</a> <a href="http://pkorecords.com/cds/bingo/bingo.htm" target="_blank"> http://pkorecords.com/cds/bingo/bingo.htm</a></p>
  1266. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Rick Roe</strong></span><br />
  1267. <strong>The Changeover</strong> from <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/rickroe2" target="_blank">The Changeover</a> <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/rickroe2" target="_blank"> http://cdbaby.com/cd/rickroe2</a></p>
  1268. <p><strong>Piano</strong> &#8211; Rick Roe<br />
  1269. <strong>Bass</strong> &#8211; Rodney Whitaker<br />
  1270. <strong>Drums &#8211;</strong> Karriem Riggins</p>
  1271. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgements<br />
  1272. </span></strong><br />
  1273. <strong>Artwork</strong> &#8211; Jazz Detroit! &#8211;  <a title="Howard Weingarden" href="http://www.detroitartistsworkshop.com/Visual/HowardWStudio/HowardWStudio.htm" target="_blank">Howard Weingarden</a></p>
  1274. <p><strong>Opening Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Marks Mood</strong> available on the self  titled CD <strong>Bop Culture</strong><br />
  1275. <strong>Closing Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Erroenious</strong> available on Bop  Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.<br />
  1276. <strong>Jazz Festival Spot music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Blues For The Morning Rush  Hour</strong> available on the self titled CD <strong>Bop Culture</strong><br />
  1277. Go to <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a> for more information.</p>
  1278. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2006%2F09%2F05%2Fdetroit-jazzstage-celebrates-the-2006-detroit-international-jazz-festival%2F&amp;title=Detroit%20JazzStage%20celebrates%20the%202006%20Detroit%20International%20Jazz%20Festival" id="wpa2a_104"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
  1279. <enclosure url="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/audio/Detroit_Jazzstage_092006_final_mix.mp3" length="93262252" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1280. <itunes:duration>1:04:44</itunes:duration>
  1281. <itunes:subtitle>As you probably know by now,  Detroit JazzStage had the pleasure of working with the  Detroit International Jazz Festival . We are  thrilled that each of our featured artists appeared at the festival.
  1282. Celebrating Detroit&#8217;s rich Jazz heritage w[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  1283. <itunes:summary>As you probably know by now,  Detroit JazzStage had the pleasure of working with the  Detroit International Jazz Festival . We are  thrilled that each of our featured artists appeared at the festival.
  1284. Celebrating Detroit&#8217;s rich Jazz heritage with host Rodney Reeves is Executive Producer and former  co-host Dean Sahutske and  Mark Byerly Besides being our Sound Engineer,  composing and perfoming our theme song, Mark was also our first guest and our Sound Engineer. Jim  Gallert is preparing for his role as presenter and interviewer for  the Detroit International Jazz Festival.
  1285. For your September edition of Detroit JazzStage you will hear  musical selections from many of our past guests as well as some artists that  haven&#8217;t appeared on Detroit JazzStage. Listeners of DJS have come to expect material that can&#8217;t be heard anywhere else and this  show is no exception.  Your hosts will share their thoughts and incite on the  featured music from past guests such as  Paul Keller,   Rick Roe, Urban Transport , and  Bop Culture featuring   Mark Byerly.  You will also hear selections from  Drummer/composer  Gayelynn McKinney of Detroit&#8217;s  legendary jazz family,  veteran Saxophonist Steve Wood and  Guitarist  Paul Abler .
  1286. Music heard on this show:
  1287. Rick Roe
  1288. Five Twenty Two from  The Late Late Show http://cdbaby.com/cd/rkc
  1289.  
  1290. Piano &#8211;  Rick Roe
  1291. Bass &#8211; Paul Keller
  1292. Drums &#8211; Gerald Cleaver
  1293. Urban Transport
  1294. Seldom Blues from Live  http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/urbantransport
  1295. Alto Saxophone &#8211; Dean Moore
  1296. Trombone &#8211; Vincent Chandler
  1297. Bass &#8211; Josef Deas
  1298. Piano &#8211; Scott Gwinnell
  1299. Drums &#8211; Sean Dobbins
  1300. Bop Culture
  1301. Marks Mood from Bop Culture http://cdbaby.com/cd/bopculture
  1302. Trumpet &#8211; Mark Byerly
  1303. Piano &#8211; Rick Roe
  1304. Bass &#8211; Paul Keller
  1305. Drums &#8211; Bill Higgins
  1306. Steve Wood Quartet
  1307. ODRP Blues from Deep Woods
  1308.  
  1309. Saxophone &#8211; Steve Wood
  1310. Piano &#8211; Phil Kelly
  1311. Bass &#8211; Paul Keller
  1312. Drums &#8211; Ron Jackson
  1313.  
  1314. Gayelynn McKinney
  1315. It&#8217;s About Time from  It&#8217;s About Time http://cdbaby.com/cd/gayelynn
  1316. Saxophone -Chris Kearcher
  1317. Trumpet &#8211; John Douglas
  1318. Bass &#8211; Marion Hayden
  1319. Drums &#8211; Gaylynne McKinney
  1320. Paul Abler
  1321. The Days &#38; Nights of Marion Hayden from Fearless  http://cdbaby.com/cd/paulabler3
  1322. Guitar &#8211; Paul Abler
  1323. Piano &#8211; Carlton Holmes
  1324. Bass &#8211; Marion Hayden
  1325. Drums &#8211; Cindy Blackman
  1326. Paul Keller and The Bird of Paradise Orchestra
  1327. Jazz Lady After Dark from BINGO!  http://pkorecords.com/cds/bingo/bingo.htm
  1328. Rick Roe
  1329. The Changeover from The Changeover  http://cdbaby.com/cd/rickroe2
  1330. Piano &#8211; Rick Roe
  1331. Bass &#8211; Rodney Whitaker
  1332. Drums &#8211; Karriem Riggins
  1333. Acknowledgements
  1334.  
  1335. Artwork &#8211; Jazz Detroit! &#8211;  Howard Weingarden
  1336. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Marks Mood available on the self  titled CD Bop Culture
  1337. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Erroenious available on Bop  Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  1338. Jazz Festival Spot music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Blues For The Morning Rush  Hour available on the self titled CD Bop Culture
  1339. Go to bopculture.com for more information.
  1340. </itunes:summary>
  1341. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  1342. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  1343. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  1344. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
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  1346. <item>
  1347. <title>Detroit JazzStage Presents Tumbao Bravo</title>
  1348. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2006/08/07/djs-presents-tumbao-bravo/</link>
  1349. <pubDate>Mon, 07 Aug 2006 06:28:07 +0000</pubDate>
  1350. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  1351. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  1352.  
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  1354. <description><![CDATA[Although Detroiters have the recent record setting heat wave behind them, things are about to heat up again. This month, Detroit JazzStage presents the Latin Jazz group Tumbao Bravo, co-led by percussionist Alberto Nacif and Saxophonist/Flautist Paul Vornhagen, both of whom we interviewed for this month&#8217;s show. In addition to learning about the band we [&#8230;]]]></description>
  1355. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://tumbaobravo.com" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-279" title="Tumbao Bravo" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/tumbaobravo.jpg" alt="Tumbao Bravo" width="210" height="143" /></a>Although Detroiters have the recent record setting heat wave behind them,  things are about to heat up again.</p>
  1356. <p>This month, <strong><a href="http://www.jazzstage.us/" target="_blank">Detroit JazzStage</a></strong> presents the Latin Jazz group <a title="http://tumbaobravo.com/" href="http://tumbaobravo.com/" target="_blank"> <strong>Tumbao Bravo</strong></a>, co-led by percussionist <strong>Alberto Nacif</strong> and  Saxophonist/Flautist <strong>Paul<br />
  1357. Vornhagen, </strong>both of whom we interviewed for this  month&#8217;s show. In addition to learning about the band we also gained a unique  perspective on Latin Music. <strong>Alberto Nacif </strong>shares his insight on Latino  music gleaned from his upbringing in Mexico and his many years in the Detroit  area. Nacif has done research into Latino music, and shared that knowledge as a  program host on <strong><a href="http://www.wemu.org/" target="_blank">WEMU-FM</a></strong> and through performances here and abroad.</p>
  1358. <p>Vornhagen, an established performer on the Detroit scene, has for many years  felt an affinity with Latin music and this group benefits from his compositions,  solos and organizational skills.</p>
  1359. <p>Our featured musical selections come from the group&#8217;s first recording <strong>Montuno  Salad, </strong>(<strong>2005 <a href="http://www.detroitmusicawards.com/" target="_blank">Detroit Music Award</a></strong> winner for <strong>Best Jazz Album</strong>) and <strong>Amigos &#8211;  From our Hands, </strong>their most recent release. Our featured music showcases  several Latin styles as heard in compositions by <strong>Alberto Nacif, Paul  Vornhagen</strong> and the wonderful but underexposed pianist/jazz educator <strong>Sven  Anderson</strong>. Judging by the critical acclaim received thus far, <strong>Amigos </strong> is destined for even more success.</p>
  1360. <p>Other band members are multi-talented educator, composer, guitarist and bassist <strong>John Barron</strong>, veteran Detroit player <strong>Bob Mojica</strong> on  Trumpet/Flugelhorn. <strong>Javier Barrios, </strong>who&#8217;s appeared with Latino luminaries  such as <strong>Tito Puente, Eddie Palmieri </strong>and <strong>Benny Cruz </strong>brings his  authentic timbale sound to the fold. Filling in for John Barron on some tracks  is fellow bassist <strong>Jacob Chumura</strong>. Although new to the Detroit scene, Jacob  has lived in Miami, Florida where he absorbed the Cuban sound. Trumpet ace <strong> Paul Finkbeiner</strong>, a mainstay of <a href="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2005/12/31/djs-welcomes-new-year-with-pork-part1" target="_blank"><strong>Phil Ogilvie&#8217;s Rhythm Kings</strong></a>, is heard  as well.</p>
  1361. <p>For more information on Tumbao Bravo, go to <a href="http://www.tumbaobravo.com/" target="_blank">http://www.tumbaobravo.com</a></p>
  1362. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Music</strong></span></p>
  1363. <p>1. Excerpt from <strong>Sol Y Son</strong> &#8211; Vorhagen/Anderson from <strong>Amigos</strong><br />
  1364. 2. <strong>Cumbia Del Cura*</strong> &#8211; Nacif from <strong>Amigos</strong><br />
  1365. 3. <strong>Montuno Salad** </strong>&#8211; Vornhagen from <strong>Montuno Salad</strong><br />
  1366. 4. <strong>E.P*</strong>. &#8211; Anderson from <strong>Amigos</strong><br />
  1367. 5. <strong>Groove Chick**</strong> &#8211; Anderson from <strong>Montuno Salad</strong><br />
  1368. 6. <strong>Clavier And The Doctor</strong> &#8211; Anderson from <strong>Amigos</strong></p>
  1369. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Musicians</strong></span><br />
  1370. <strong>Paul Vornhagen &#8211; </strong>Saxes, Flute, Piccolo<br />
  1371. <strong>Alberto Nacif &#8211;</strong> Congas, Bongos, Percussion<br />
  1372. <strong>Sven Anderson &#8211;</strong> Keys<br />
  1373. <strong>Bob Mohica &#8211; </strong>Trumpet<br />
  1374. <strong>Paul Finkbeiner</strong> &#8211; Trumpet**<br />
  1375. <strong>Javier Barrios &#8211; </strong>Timbales, Percussion<br />
  1376. <strong>John Barron &#8211;</strong> Bass<br />
  1377. <strong>Jacob Chmara</strong> &#8211; Bass*</p>
  1378. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgements<br />
  1379. </span></strong><br />
  1380. This episode is dedicated to memory of Latin Jazz great,  <a href="http://www.jazzstageproductions.com/hruiz.htm" target="_blank"> <strong> Hilton  Ruiz</strong></a>.</p>
  1381. <p><strong>Opening Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Marks Mood</strong> available on the self  titled CD <strong>Bop Culture</strong><br />
  1382. <strong>Closing Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Erroenious</strong> available on Bop  Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.<br />
  1383. <strong>Jazz Festival Spot music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Blues For The Morning Rush  Hour</strong> available on the self titled CD <strong>Bop Culture</strong><br />
  1384. Go to <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank"> <strong>bopculture.com</strong></a> for more information.</p>
  1385. <p>This episode is sponsored by the <strong>Detroit International Jazz Festival</strong> <a href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com/" target="_blank">http://ww.detroitjazzfest.com</a></p>
  1386. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2006%2F08%2F07%2Fdjs-presents-tumbao-bravo%2F&amp;title=Detroit%20JazzStage%20Presents%20Tumbao%20Bravo" id="wpa2a_110"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
  1387. <enclosure url="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/audio/Detroit_Jazzstage_082006_final_mix.mp3" length="68587439" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1388. <itunes:duration>0:47:36</itunes:duration>
  1389. <itunes:subtitle>Although Detroiters have the recent record setting heat wave behind them,  things are about to heat up again.
  1390. This month, Detroit JazzStage presents the Latin Jazz group  Tumbao Bravo, co-led by percussionist Alberto Nacif and  Saxophonist/Flautist [...]</itunes:subtitle>
  1391. <itunes:summary>Although Detroiters have the recent record setting heat wave behind them,  things are about to heat up again.
  1392. This month, Detroit JazzStage presents the Latin Jazz group  Tumbao Bravo, co-led by percussionist Alberto Nacif and  Saxophonist/Flautist Paul
  1393. Vornhagen, both of whom we interviewed for this  month&#8217;s show. In addition to learning about the band we also gained a unique  perspective on Latin Music. Alberto Nacif shares his insight on Latino  music gleaned from his upbringing in Mexico and his many years in the Detroit  area. Nacif has done research into Latino music, and shared that knowledge as a  program host on WEMU-FM and through performances here and abroad.
  1394. Vornhagen, an established performer on the Detroit scene, has for many years  felt an affinity with Latin music and this group benefits from his compositions,  solos and organizational skills.
  1395. Our featured musical selections come from the group&#8217;s first recording Montuno  Salad, (2005 Detroit Music Award winner for Best Jazz Album) and Amigos &#8211;  From our Hands, their most recent release. Our featured music showcases  several Latin styles as heard in compositions by Alberto Nacif, Paul  Vornhagen and the wonderful but underexposed pianist/jazz educator Sven  Anderson. Judging by the critical acclaim received thus far, Amigos  is destined for even more success.
  1396. Other band members are multi-talented educator, composer, guitarist and bassist John Barron, veteran Detroit player Bob Mojica on  Trumpet/Flugelhorn. Javier Barrios, who&#8217;s appeared with Latino luminaries  such as Tito Puente, Eddie Palmieri and Benny Cruz brings his  authentic timbale sound to the fold. Filling in for John Barron on some tracks  is fellow bassist Jacob Chumura. Although new to the Detroit scene, Jacob  has lived in Miami, Florida where he absorbed the Cuban sound. Trumpet ace  Paul Finkbeiner, a mainstay of Phil Ogilvie&#8217;s Rhythm Kings, is heard  as well.
  1397. For more information on Tumbao Bravo, go to http://www.tumbaobravo.com
  1398. Music
  1399. 1. Excerpt from Sol Y Son &#8211; Vorhagen/Anderson from Amigos
  1400. 2. Cumbia Del Cura* &#8211; Nacif from Amigos
  1401. 3. Montuno Salad** &#8211; Vornhagen from Montuno Salad
  1402. 4. E.P*. &#8211; Anderson from Amigos
  1403. 5. Groove Chick** &#8211; Anderson from Montuno Salad
  1404. 6. Clavier And The Doctor &#8211; Anderson from Amigos
  1405. Musicians
  1406. Paul Vornhagen &#8211; Saxes, Flute, Piccolo
  1407. Alberto Nacif &#8211; Congas, Bongos, Percussion
  1408. Sven Anderson &#8211; Keys
  1409. Bob Mohica &#8211; Trumpet
  1410. Paul Finkbeiner &#8211; Trumpet**
  1411. Javier Barrios &#8211; Timbales, Percussion
  1412. John Barron &#8211; Bass
  1413. Jacob Chmara &#8211; Bass*
  1414. Acknowledgements
  1415.  
  1416. This episode is dedicated to memory of Latin Jazz great,    Hilton  Ruiz.
  1417. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Marks Mood available on the self  titled CD Bop Culture
  1418. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Erroenious available on Bop  Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  1419. Jazz Festival Spot music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Blues For The Morning Rush  Hour available on the self titled CD Bop Culture
  1420. Go to  bopculture.com for more information.
  1421. This episode is sponsored by the Detroit International Jazz Festival http://ww.detroitjazzfest.com
  1422. </itunes:summary>
  1423. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  1424. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  1425. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  1426. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
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  1428. <item>
  1429. <title>Detroit JazzStage Welcomes Veteran Saxophonist Phil Lasley</title>
  1430. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2006/06/20/detroit-jazzstage-welcomes-veteran-saxophonist-phil-lasley/</link>
  1431. <pubDate>Tue, 20 Jun 2006 22:43:50 +0000</pubDate>
  1432. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  1433. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  1434.  
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  1436. <description><![CDATA[Your June/July guest is the great Alto Saxophonist Phil Lasley. Phil explained what it was like growing up in 1950&#8217;s Detroit. Although his earliest experiences were based in bebop, he has played just about every style of music imaginable. Phil explained how he was drawn to New York to play with people like Tina Brooks, [&#8230;]]]></description>
  1437. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://www.detroitmusichistory.com/Lasley.html" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-266" title="Phil Lasley" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/phil_pic.jpg" alt="Phil Lasley" width="240" height="361" srcset="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/phil_pic.jpg 300w, http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/phil_pic-199x300.jpg 199w" sizes="(max-width: 240px) 100vw, 240px" /></a>Your June/July guest is the great Alto Saxophonist <a href="http://www.detroitmusichistory.com/Lasley.html" target="_blank">Phil Lasley</a>. Phil explained what it was like growing up in 1950&#8217;s Detroit. Although his earliest experiences were based in bebop, he has played just about every style of music imaginable. Phil explained how he was drawn to New York to play with people like <strong>Tina Brooks</strong>,<strong> Sunny Murray</strong>, <strong>Clifford Jarvis</strong>,<strong> Andrew Hill</strong> and <strong>Cecil Taylor</strong>. Phil shared his ideas on playing different musical styles and his experiences performing with R&amp;B giants like <strong>Otis Redding</strong> and comedians like <strong>Red Foxx</strong>.</p>
  1438. <p>Three songs were taken from his album The Lincoln Street Music Company. Along with Phil Lasley on alto sax, is the great <strong>Faruq Z. Bey</strong> playing tenor and trumpeter <strong>Doug Halladay</strong>. The rhythm section consists of pianist <strong>Keith Vreeland</strong>,<strong> John Dana</strong> on Bass and the fiery drummer, <strong>Danny Spence</strong>r. The other two cuts come from the more straight ahead trio album <strong>Jasi</strong>. In addition to Lasley is ubiquitous bassist, <strong>Rodney Whitaker</strong> and the legendary New York pianist<strong> John Hicks</strong> . Exciting, adventurous, thoughtful, and swinging are just a few words describing the music heard this month.</p>
  1439. <p><strong><br />
  1440. The music on this show:<br />
  1441. </strong><br />
  1442. <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>The Lincoln Street Music Company</strong></span><br />
  1443. <strong>1. Inner Beckoning-</strong> Danny Spencer<br />
  1444. <strong>2.</strong> continuation of <strong>Inner Beckoning</strong><br />
  1445. <strong>3. Rosa Crucial &#8211;</strong> Faruq Z. Bey<br />
  1446. <strong>4. Dorian &#8211;</strong> Danny Spencer</p>
  1447. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Musicians</span><br />
  1448. Phil Lasley &#8211;</strong> alto sax<br />
  1449. <strong>Faruq Z. Bey &#8211;</strong> tenor sax<br />
  1450. <strong>Doug Halladay &#8211;</strong> trumpet<br />
  1451. <strong>Keith Vreeland &#8211;</strong> piano<br />
  1452. <strong>John Dana &#8211;</strong> bass<br />
  1453. <strong>Danny Spencer &#8211;</strong> drums</p>
  1454. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Jasi</strong></span><br />
  1455. <strong>5. Jasi &#8211; </strong>Phil Lasley<br />
  1456. <strong>6. Nkenge&#8217;s Blues &#8211;</strong> Phil Lasley</p>
  1457. <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Musicians</strong></span><br />
  1458. <strong>Phil Lasley &#8211;</strong> alto sax<br />
  1459. <strong>John Hicks &#8211;</strong> piano<br />
  1460. <strong>Rodney Whitaker &#8211;</strong> bass</p>
  1461. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgements:</span><br />
  1462. Opening Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Marks Mood</strong> available on the self titled CD <strong>Bop Culture</strong><br />
  1463. <strong>Closing Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Erroenious</strong> available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.<br />
  1464. <strong>Jazz Festival Spot music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Blues For The Morning Rush Hour</strong> available on the self titled CD <strong>Bop Culture</strong><br />
  1465. Go to <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a> for more information.</p>
  1466. <p>This episode was sponsored by the <strong>Detroit International Jazz Festival</strong> &#8211; <a title="Detroit International Jazz Festival" href="http://www.detroitjazzfest.com" target="_blank">http://www.detroitjazzfest.com</a></p>
  1467. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2006%2F06%2F20%2Fdetroit-jazzstage-welcomes-veteran-saxophonist-phil-lasley%2F&amp;title=Detroit%20JazzStage%20Welcomes%20Veteran%20Saxophonist%20Phil%20Lasley" id="wpa2a_116"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
  1468. <enclosure url="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/audio/Detroit_Jazzstage_062006_final_mix.mp3" length="90567684" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1469. <itunes:duration>1:02:52</itunes:duration>
  1470. <itunes:subtitle>Your June/July guest is the great Alto Saxophonist Phil Lasley. Phil explained what it was like growing up in 1950&#8217;s Detroit. Although his earliest experiences were based in bebop, he has played just about every style of music imaginable. Phil[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  1471. <itunes:summary>Your June/July guest is the great Alto Saxophonist Phil Lasley. Phil explained what it was like growing up in 1950&#8217;s Detroit. Although his earliest experiences were based in bebop, he has played just about every style of music imaginable. Phil explained how he was drawn to New York to play with people like Tina Brooks, Sunny Murray, Clifford Jarvis, Andrew Hill and Cecil Taylor. Phil shared his ideas on playing different musical styles and his experiences performing with R&#38;B giants like Otis Redding and comedians like Red Foxx.
  1472. Three songs were taken from his album The Lincoln Street Music Company. Along with Phil Lasley on alto sax, is the great Faruq Z. Bey playing tenor and trumpeter Doug Halladay. The rhythm section consists of pianist Keith Vreeland, John Dana on Bass and the fiery drummer, Danny Spencer. The other two cuts come from the more straight ahead trio album Jasi. In addition to Lasley is ubiquitous bassist, Rodney Whitaker and the legendary New York pianist John Hicks . Exciting, adventurous, thoughtful, and swinging are just a few words describing the music heard this month.
  1473.  
  1474. The music on this show:
  1475.  
  1476. The Lincoln Street Music Company
  1477. 1. Inner Beckoning- Danny Spencer
  1478. 2. continuation of Inner Beckoning
  1479. 3. Rosa Crucial &#8211; Faruq Z. Bey
  1480. 4. Dorian &#8211; Danny Spencer
  1481. Musicians
  1482. Phil Lasley &#8211; alto sax
  1483. Faruq Z. Bey &#8211; tenor sax
  1484. Doug Halladay &#8211; trumpet
  1485. Keith Vreeland &#8211; piano
  1486. John Dana &#8211; bass
  1487. Danny Spencer &#8211; drums
  1488. Jasi
  1489. 5. Jasi &#8211; Phil Lasley
  1490. 6. Nkenge&#8217;s Blues &#8211; Phil Lasley
  1491. Musicians
  1492. Phil Lasley &#8211; alto sax
  1493. John Hicks &#8211; piano
  1494. Rodney Whitaker &#8211; bass
  1495. Acknowledgements:
  1496. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Marks Mood available on the self titled CD Bop Culture
  1497. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Erroenious available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  1498. Jazz Festival Spot music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Blues For The Morning Rush Hour available on the self titled CD Bop Culture
  1499. Go to bopculture.com for more information.
  1500. This episode was sponsored by the Detroit International Jazz Festival &#8211; http://www.detroitjazzfest.com
  1501. </itunes:summary>
  1502. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  1503. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  1504. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  1505. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
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  1508. <title>Detroit JazzStage Welcomes Pianist Rick Roe</title>
  1509. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2006/05/03/djs-welcomes-pianist-rick-roe/</link>
  1510. <pubDate>Thu, 04 May 2006 02:00:51 +0000</pubDate>
  1511. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  1512. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  1513.  
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  1515. <description><![CDATA[What do Wynton Marsalis, Jon Faddis, Rodney Whitaker, Greg Hutchinson, Bobby Watson, have in common? They have all had our May guest in their piano chair. Your featured artist this month is the great pianist, Rick Roe. Featured music is taken from his recordings The Changeover (1997) where he is joined by bassist Rodney Whitaker [&#8230;]]]></description>
  1516. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://www.myspace.com/rickroe" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-274" title="Rick Roe" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/rickroe.jpg" alt="Rick Roe" width="210" height="190" /></a>What do Wynton Marsalis, Jon Faddis, Rodney Whitaker, Greg Hutchinson, Bobby Watson, have in common?  They have all had our May  guest in their piano chair.  Your featured artist this month is the great  pianist, <a><strong> </strong></a><strong><a title="Rick Roe" href="http://www.myspace.com/rickroe" target="_blank">Rick Roe</a></strong>.</p>
  1517. <p>Featured music is taken from his recordings <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/rickroe2" target="_blank"><strong>The Changeover</strong></a> (1997) where he is joined by bassist <strong>Rodney Whitaker</strong> and the  fiery drummer <strong>Karriem Riggins</strong>.</p>
  1518. <p><a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/rkc" target="_blank"><strong>Roe/Keller/Cleaver &#8211; The Late, Late Show</strong></a> (2001) featured our December guest <strong> <a href="http://jazzstage.us/index.php?post_id=37332" target="_blank"> Paul Keller</a></strong> on bass along with drummer/ phenomenon  <strong>Gerald  Cleaver </strong>.</p>
  1519. <p>You will even hear a selection from Rick Roe&#8217;s latest  recording <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/rickroe3" target="_blank"><strong>Sphere</strong></a> (2005). His latest is a duo album featuring <strong>Rodney Whitaker </strong>and was recorded by our own <strong> <a href="http://jazzstage.us/index.php?post_id=30747" target="_blank"> Mark Byerly</a> </strong>.</p>
  1520. <p>In the Detroit JazzStage tradition of bringing you music that can&#8217;t be  heard anywhere else, we present <strong>&#8220;Be-Dop&#8221;</strong> from the <strong> <a href="http://www.music.msu.edu/professorsofjazz/" target="_blank"> MSU Professors of Jazz</a></strong>.  Joining  <strong>Rick</strong> on piano is  the bassist <strong>Rodney Whitaker</strong> with <strong>Randy</strong> <strong> Gelispie</strong> on drums.  The horns are <strong>Derrick Gardner</strong> playing trumpet, trombonist <strong>Vincent Gardner </strong>and <strong>Diego  Rivera </strong>performing on tenor sax. CDs are available for purchase at <a href="http://www.cdbaby.com/" target="_blank"> www.cdbaby.com </a>.<br />
  1521. Information on Rick Roe can be found at<br />
  1522. <a title="Rick Roe Myspace site" href="http://www.myspace.com/rickroe" target="_blank">http://www.myspace.com/rickroe</a></p>
  1523. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Music</span></strong></p>
  1524. <p><strong>Punctuation Situation</strong> (intro piece before interview)<br />
  1525. Piano &#8211; Rick Roe</p>
  1526. <p><strong>Be-Dop</strong> from the <a href="http://www.music.msu.edu/professorsofjazz/" target="_blank"> <strong>MSU Professors of Jazz</strong></a> (unreleased recording).<br />
  1527. Piano &#8211; Rick Roe<br />
  1528. Bass &#8211; Rodney Whitaker<br />
  1529. Drums &#8211; Randy Gelispie<br />
  1530. Trumpet &#8211; Derrick Gardner<br />
  1531. Trombone &#8211; Vincent Gardner<br />
  1532. Tenor Sax &#8211; Diego Rivera &#8211; tenor sax.</p>
  1533. <p><strong>Hop On Pop</strong> from <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/rickroe2" target="_blank"><strong>The Changeover</strong></a><br />
  1534. Piano &#8211; Rick Roe<br />
  1535. Bass &#8211; Rodney Whitaker<br />
  1536. Drums &#8211; Karriem Riggins</p>
  1537. <p><strong>Close To The Equator</strong> from <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/rkc" target="_blank"><strong>Roe/Keller/Cleaver &#8211; The Late, Late Show</strong></a><br />
  1538. Piano &#8211; Rick Roe<br />
  1539. Bass &#8211; Paul Keller<br />
  1540. Drums &#8211; Gerald Cleaver</p>
  1541. <p><strong>Zacatecas</strong> from <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/rickroe2" target="_blank"><strong>The Changeover</strong></a><br />
  1542. Piano &#8211; Rick Roe<br />
  1543. Bass &#8211; Rodney Whitaker<br />
  1544. Drums &#8211; Karriem Riggins</p>
  1545. <p><strong>Salt River Blues</strong> from <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/rickroe3" target="_blank"><strong>Sphere</strong></a><br />
  1546. Piano &#8211; Rick Roe<br />
  1547. Rodney Whitaker</p>
  1548. <p><strong>Indigo</strong> from <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/rickroe3" target="_blank"><strong>Sphere</strong></a><br />
  1549. Piano &#8211; Rick Roe<br />
  1550. Rodney Whitaker</p>
  1551. <p>A section of <strong>Skeletones</strong> from <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/rickroe2" target="_blank"><strong>The Changeover</strong></a></p>
  1552. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgements:</span></strong><br />
  1553. <strong>Opening Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Marks Mood</strong> available on the self  titled CD <strong>Bop Culture</strong><br />
  1554. <strong>Closing Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Erroenious</strong> available on Bop  Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.<br />
  1555. Go to <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a> for more information.</p>
  1556. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2006%2F05%2F03%2Fdjs-welcomes-pianist-rick-roe%2F&amp;title=Detroit%20JazzStage%20Welcomes%20Pianist%20Rick%20Roe" id="wpa2a_122"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
  1557. <enclosure url="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/audio/Detroit_Jazzstage_052006_final_mix.mp3" length="84232288" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1558. <itunes:duration>0:58:28</itunes:duration>
  1559. <itunes:subtitle>What do Wynton Marsalis, Jon Faddis, Rodney Whitaker, Greg Hutchinson, Bobby Watson, have in common?  They have all had our May  guest in their piano chair.  Your featured artist this month is the great  pianist,  Rick Roe.
  1560. Featured music is taken f[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  1561. <itunes:summary>What do Wynton Marsalis, Jon Faddis, Rodney Whitaker, Greg Hutchinson, Bobby Watson, have in common?  They have all had our May  guest in their piano chair.  Your featured artist this month is the great  pianist,  Rick Roe.
  1562. Featured music is taken from his recordings The Changeover (1997) where he is joined by bassist Rodney Whitaker and the  fiery drummer Karriem Riggins.
  1563. Roe/Keller/Cleaver &#8211; The Late, Late Show (2001) featured our December guest   Paul Keller on bass along with drummer/ phenomenon  Gerald  Cleaver .
  1564. You will even hear a selection from Rick Roe&#8217;s latest  recording Sphere (2005). His latest is a duo album featuring Rodney Whitaker and was recorded by our own   Mark Byerly .
  1565. In the Detroit JazzStage tradition of bringing you music that can&#8217;t be  heard anywhere else, we present &#8220;Be-Dop&#8221; from the   MSU Professors of Jazz.  Joining  Rick on piano is  the bassist Rodney Whitaker with Randy  Gelispie on drums.  The horns are Derrick Gardner playing trumpet, trombonist Vincent Gardner and Diego  Rivera performing on tenor sax. CDs are available for purchase at  www.cdbaby.com .
  1566. Information on Rick Roe can be found at
  1567. http://www.myspace.com/rickroe
  1568. Music
  1569. Punctuation Situation (intro piece before interview)
  1570. Piano &#8211; Rick Roe
  1571. Be-Dop from the  MSU Professors of Jazz (unreleased recording).
  1572. Piano &#8211; Rick Roe
  1573. Bass &#8211; Rodney Whitaker
  1574. Drums &#8211; Randy Gelispie
  1575. Trumpet &#8211; Derrick Gardner
  1576. Trombone &#8211; Vincent Gardner
  1577. Tenor Sax &#8211; Diego Rivera &#8211; tenor sax.
  1578. Hop On Pop from The Changeover
  1579. Piano &#8211; Rick Roe
  1580. Bass &#8211; Rodney Whitaker
  1581. Drums &#8211; Karriem Riggins
  1582. Close To The Equator from Roe/Keller/Cleaver &#8211; The Late, Late Show
  1583. Piano &#8211; Rick Roe
  1584. Bass &#8211; Paul Keller
  1585. Drums &#8211; Gerald Cleaver
  1586. Zacatecas from The Changeover
  1587. Piano &#8211; Rick Roe
  1588. Bass &#8211; Rodney Whitaker
  1589. Drums &#8211; Karriem Riggins
  1590. Salt River Blues from Sphere
  1591. Piano &#8211; Rick Roe
  1592. Rodney Whitaker
  1593. Indigo from Sphere
  1594. Piano &#8211; Rick Roe
  1595. Rodney Whitaker
  1596. A section of Skeletones from The Changeover
  1597. Acknowledgements:
  1598. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Marks Mood available on the self  titled CD Bop Culture
  1599. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Erroenious available on Bop  Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  1600. Go to bopculture.com for more information.
  1601. </itunes:summary>
  1602. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  1603. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  1604. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  1605. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
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  1607. <item>
  1608. <title>Detroit JazzStage Featuring Pianist Buddy Budson</title>
  1609. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2006/04/03/djs-featuring-pianist-buddy-budson/</link>
  1610. <pubDate>Mon, 03 Apr 2006 16:41:15 +0000</pubDate>
  1611. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  1612. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  1613.  
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  1615. <description><![CDATA[Our April guest is the veteran Jazz pianist Buddy Budson. Buddy gave us an insightful interview on his approach to his music and his feelings about some past and present Detroit Jazz musicians. We featured cuts from his recording On With Their Heads and two original songs recorded live at Detroit JazzStage. As always, we [&#8230;]]]></description>
  1616. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://www.ursulaandbuddy.net" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-230" title="Buddy Budson" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/BuddyBudson_copy_1.jpg" alt="Buddy Budson" width="154" height="238" /></a>Our <strong>April</strong> guest is the veteran Jazz pianist <strong><a href="http://ursulaandbuddy.net/" target="_blank">Buddy Budson</a></strong>. Buddy gave us an insightful interview on his approach to his music and his feelings about some past and present Detroit Jazz musicians. We featured cuts from his recording <strong><a title="On With Their Heads" href="http://www.ursulaandbuddy.net/cds.htm" target="_blank">On With Their Heads</a> </strong>and two original songs recorded live at <strong>Detroit JazzStage</strong>.</p>
  1617. <p>As always, we want to thank you for making <a href="http://www.jazzstage.us/" target="_blank"><strong>Detroit JazzStage</strong></a> a presence on the Internet. We recently passed a milestone. Through your downloads, Detroit musicians have been heard over <strong>100,000 times</strong> worldwide. This is a great accomplishment and a testament to the quality music available here in Motown. Keep downloading and listening. Be sure to tell your friends as well.</p>
  1618. <p>For more information about Buddy, go to<br />
  1619. <a href="http://www.ursulaandbuddy.net/" target="_blank">http://www.ursulaandbuddy.net</a><br />
  1620. <strong></strong></p>
  1621. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><br />
  1622. Music<br />
  1623. </span>From the CD:</strong><br />
  1624. Rambling Road &#8211; section featuring Danny Spencer<br />
  1625. On With Their Heads<br />
  1626. Sweet Betsy From Pike<br />
  1627. Waltz For Alicia</p>
  1628. <p><strong>Solo Piano:</strong><br />
  1629. Bud&#8217;s Daydream<br />
  1630. Sweet Betsy From Pike</p>
  1631. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Musicians</span></strong><br />
  1632. <strong>Piano &#8211;</strong> Buddy Budson<br />
  1633. <strong>Bass &#8211;</strong> Marion Hayden<br />
  1634. <strong>Drums &#8211; </strong>Danny Spencer<br />
  1635. <strong>Trumpet/Flugel Horn &#8211; </strong>Dwight Adams<br />
  1636. <strong>Saxophones &#8211; </strong>Chris Kaercher<br />
  1637. <strong>Valve Trombone &#8211;</strong>Al Duncan</p>
  1638. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowledgements:</span></strong><br />
  1639. <strong>Opening Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Marks Mood</strong> available on the self titled CD <strong>Bop Culture</strong><br />
  1640. <strong>Closing Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s <strong>Erroenious</strong> available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.<br />
  1641. Go to <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a> for more information.</p>
  1642. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2006%2F04%2F03%2Fdjs-featuring-pianist-buddy-budson%2F&amp;title=Detroit%20JazzStage%20Featuring%20Pianist%20Buddy%20Budson" id="wpa2a_128"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
  1643. <enclosure url="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/audio/Detroit_Jazzstage_042006_final_mix.mp3" length="82180654" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1644. <itunes:duration>0:57:02</itunes:duration>
  1645. <itunes:subtitle>Our April guest is the veteran Jazz pianist Buddy Budson. Buddy gave us an insightful interview on his approach to his music and his feelings about some past and present Detroit Jazz musicians. We featured cuts from his recording On With Their Heads[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  1646. <itunes:summary>Our April guest is the veteran Jazz pianist Buddy Budson. Buddy gave us an insightful interview on his approach to his music and his feelings about some past and present Detroit Jazz musicians. We featured cuts from his recording On With Their Heads and two original songs recorded live at Detroit JazzStage.
  1647. As always, we want to thank you for making Detroit JazzStage a presence on the Internet. We recently passed a milestone. Through your downloads, Detroit musicians have been heard over 100,000 times worldwide. This is a great accomplishment and a testament to the quality music available here in Motown. Keep downloading and listening. Be sure to tell your friends as well.
  1648. For more information about Buddy, go to
  1649. http://www.ursulaandbuddy.net
  1650.  
  1651.  
  1652. Music
  1653. From the CD:
  1654. Rambling Road &#8211; section featuring Danny Spencer
  1655. On With Their Heads
  1656. Sweet Betsy From Pike
  1657. Waltz For Alicia
  1658. Solo Piano:
  1659. Bud&#8217;s Daydream
  1660. Sweet Betsy From Pike
  1661. Musicians
  1662. Piano &#8211; Buddy Budson
  1663. Bass &#8211; Marion Hayden
  1664. Drums &#8211; Danny Spencer
  1665. Trumpet/Flugel Horn &#8211; Dwight Adams
  1666. Saxophones &#8211; Chris Kaercher
  1667. Valve Trombone &#8211;Al Duncan
  1668. Acknowledgements:
  1669. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Marks Mood available on the self titled CD Bop Culture
  1670. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s Erroenious available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  1671. Go to bopculture.com for more information.
  1672. </itunes:summary>
  1673. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  1674. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  1675. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  1676. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
  1677. </item>
  1678. <item>
  1679. <title>Detroit JazzStage Featurette presenting pianist Dave Cook</title>
  1680. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2006/03/18/detroit-jazzstage-featurette-presenting-pianist-dave-cook/</link>
  1681. <pubDate>Sun, 19 Mar 2006 00:02:11 +0000</pubDate>
  1682. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  1683. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  1684.  
  1685. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://lberns.com/jazzstage/?p=425</guid>
  1686. <description><![CDATA[Detroit JazzStage is pleased to bring to our listeners this first Featurette presenting pianist Dave Cook&#8217;s composition Up, Up, Up, sponsored by InvestedCentral.com. Dave&#8217;s composition was performed by trumpeter Paul Finkbeiner&#8217;s group Atmospheric Disturbance at the Firefly Club in Ann Arbor, MI in January 2006. It was recorded by Mark Byerly of Longview Sound. The [&#8230;]]]></description>
  1687. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://www.davidcookmusic.com" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-232" title="Dave Cook" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/dave_cook.jpg" alt="Dave Cook" width="238" height="178" /></a>Detroit JazzStage is pleased to bring to our listeners this first Featurette presenting pianist <a href="http://www.davidcookmusic.com/" target="_blank">Dave Cook&#8217;s</a> composition Up, Up, Up, sponsored by <a href="http://www.investedcentral.com/" target="_blank">InvestedCentral.com</a>.  Dave&#8217;s  composition was performed by trumpeter <a href="http://www.pkorecords.com/members/pfinkbeiner.htm" target="_blank">Paul Finkbeiner&#8217;s</a> group Atmospheric Disturbance at the <a href="http://www.fireflyclub.com/" target="_blank">Firefly Club</a> in Ann Arbor, MI in January 2006. It was recorded by <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">Mark Byerly</a> of Longview Sound.  The set also included <a href="http://www.jazzstageproductions.com/krahnke_bio.htm" target="_blank">Kurt Krahnke</a> on Bass and <a href="http://www.pkorecords.com/members/sdobbins_pke.htm" target="_blank">Sean Dobbins</a> on Drums.  Please enjoy this absolutely spell binding performance.</p>
  1688. <p>&#8212;&#8212;-<br />
  1689. <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Opening Music</strong></span><br />
  1690. <strong>Riff3 &#8211;</strong> Dave Luther<br />
  1691. <a href="http://www.motorcityhorns.com/"><span style="color: #0000ff;">Motor City  Horns (motorcityhorns.com)</span></a><br />
  1692. <strong>Trumpet</strong> &#8211; Ben Toman<br />
  1693. <strong>Trumpet</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly<br />
  1694. <strong>Alto Saxophone </strong>&#8211; Dave Luther<br />
  1695. <strong>Tenor Saxophone</strong> &#8211; Keith Kaminski<br />
  1696. <strong>Trombone</strong> &#8211; John Rutherford</p>
  1697. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2006%2F03%2F18%2Fdetroit-jazzstage-featurette-presenting-pianist-dave-cook%2F&amp;title=Detroit%20JazzStage%20Featurette%20presenting%20pianist%20Dave%20Cook" id="wpa2a_134"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
  1698. <enclosure url="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/audio/DJS_mar_2006_featurette_dave_cook.mp3" length="23080400" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1699. <itunes:duration>0:16:00</itunes:duration>
  1700. <itunes:subtitle>Detroit JazzStage is pleased to bring to our listeners this first Featurette presenting pianist Dave Cook&#8217;s composition Up, Up, Up, sponsored by InvestedCentral.com.  Dave&#8217;s  composition was performed by trumpeter Paul Finkbeiner&#8217;s[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  1701. <itunes:summary>Detroit JazzStage is pleased to bring to our listeners this first Featurette presenting pianist Dave Cook&#8217;s composition Up, Up, Up, sponsored by InvestedCentral.com.  Dave&#8217;s  composition was performed by trumpeter Paul Finkbeiner&#8217;s group Atmospheric Disturbance at the Firefly Club in Ann Arbor, MI in January 2006. It was recorded by Mark Byerly of Longview Sound.  The set also included Kurt Krahnke on Bass and Sean Dobbins on Drums.  Please enjoy this absolutely spell binding performance.
  1702. &#8212;&#8212;-
  1703. Opening Music
  1704. Riff3 &#8211; Dave Luther
  1705. Motor City  Horns (motorcityhorns.com)
  1706. Trumpet &#8211; Ben Toman
  1707. Trumpet &#8211; Mark Byerly
  1708. Alto Saxophone &#8211; Dave Luther
  1709. Tenor Saxophone &#8211; Keith Kaminski
  1710. Trombone &#8211; John Rutherford
  1711. </itunes:summary>
  1712. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  1713. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  1714. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  1715. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
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  1717. <item>
  1718. <title>Jazzhead on Detroit JazzStage</title>
  1719. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2006/03/02/jazzhead-on-detroit-jazzstage/</link>
  1720. <pubDate>Thu, 02 Mar 2006 16:12:45 +0000</pubDate>
  1721. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  1722. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  1723.  
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  1725. <description><![CDATA[Welcome to the March edition of Detroit JazzStage featuring the music of JazzHead and an interview with trumpeter John Douglas. Defying the muck of the &#8220;Acid Jazz&#8221; mire, Jazzhead has raged to the top of Detroit&#8217;s jazz/latin/funk/fusion heap and beyond. From holding down weekly offerings in downtown Motown to late-night (or early morning depending on [&#8230;]]]></description>
  1726. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://www.jazzheadjazz.com" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-248" title="Jazzhead" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/jazzhead.jpg" alt="Jazzhead" width="220" height="157" srcset="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/jazzhead.jpg 314w, http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/jazzhead-300x214.jpg 300w" sizes="(max-width: 220px) 100vw, 220px" /></a>Welcome to the March edition of Detroit JazzStage featuring the music of JazzHead and an interview with trumpeter John Douglas. Defying the muck of the &#8220;Acid Jazz&#8221; mire, Jazzhead has raged to the top of Detroit&#8217;s jazz/latin/funk/fusion heap and beyond. From holding down weekly offerings in downtown Motown to late-night (or early morning depending on your biorhythms) loft parties, the Jazzhead torrent has flushed the musically weak of heart from every corner of the Detroit scene.</p>
  1727. <p>Birthed as a 5-piece in November 1996, Jazzhead now boasts Trent Mitchell on  bass, Duminie DePorres on guitar, Mick Dobday and Phil Hale on keyboards,  Recardo (Ricky) Beamon and Ken Scott on drums. John Douglas, with his hefty  trumpet and flugelhorn work, rounds out the front line assault. To this day,  this horrifically funky line-up continues to hone it&#8217;s razor-sharp edge beat by  funky beat.</p>
  1728. <p>Information on Jazzhead can be found at<br />
  1729. <a href="http://www.jazzheadjazz.com/" target="_blank">http://www.jazzheadjazz.com</a></p>
  1730. <p><strong>The Music on this show:</strong></p>
  1731. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Jazzhead CD:</span></strong><br />
  1732. <strong>Spirit of Celebration</strong><br />
  1733. <strong>Ba Ba Da</strong></p>
  1734. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Musicians</span></strong><br />
  1735. <strong>Trumpet</strong> &#8211; John Douglas<br />
  1736. <strong>Saxophone</strong> &#8211; Jason Shearer<br />
  1737. <strong>Keyboard</strong> &#8211; Jeremy Ellis<br />
  1738. <strong>Guitar</strong> &#8211; John Arnold<br />
  1739. <strong>Bass</strong> &#8211; Trent Mitchell<br />
  1740. <strong>Drums</strong>Rick Hudson</p>
  1741. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Ancestors CD:</span></strong><br />
  1742. <strong>Candle Bath </strong>(by Trent Mitchell, J. Douglas)<br />
  1743. <strong>Top of the Food Chain</strong> (by Trent Mitchell, J. Douglas and P.Hale</p>
  1744. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Musicians</span></strong><br />
  1745. <strong>Trumpet</strong> &#8211; John Douglas<br />
  1746. <strong>Keyboards</strong> &#8211; Phil Hale<br />
  1747. <strong>Keyboards</strong> &#8211; Mick Dobday<br />
  1748. <strong>Guitar</strong> &#8211; Eric Guftafson<br />
  1749. <strong>Bass</strong> &#8211; Trent Mitchell<br />
  1750. <strong>Drums</strong> &#8211; Rick Beamon<br />
  1751. <strong>Congas</strong> &#8211; Dennis Shinzel<br />
  1752. <strong>Percussion</strong> &#8211; Alex Trajano<br />
  1753. <strong>Turntable</strong> &#8211; The Blackman</p>
  1754. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><a href="http://www.wdetfm.org/" target="_blank">WDET</a> Studio Recordings:</span></strong><br />
  1755. <strong>Nu Inspiration</strong><br />
  1756. <strong>My Main Man</strong></p>
  1757. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Musicians</span></strong><br />
  1758. <strong>Trumpet</strong> &#8211; John Douglas<br />
  1759. <strong>Keyboards</strong> &#8211; Phil Hale<br />
  1760. <strong>Guitar</strong> &#8211; Duminie DePorres<br />
  1761. <strong>Bass</strong> &#8211; Trent Mitchell<br />
  1762. <strong>Drums</strong> &#8211; Ken Scott</p>
  1763. <p>For information on <strong>WDET 101.9FM</strong> go to <a href="http://www.wdetfm.org/" target="_blank">http://www.wdetfm.org</a></p>
  1764. <p><strong>Opening Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Marks Mood&#8221; available on the self titled CD <strong>Bop Culture</strong><br />
  1765. <strong>Closing Music</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Erroenious&#8221; available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.<br />
  1766. Go to <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a> for more information</p>
  1767. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2006%2F03%2F02%2Fjazzhead-on-detroit-jazzstage%2F&amp;title=Jazzhead%20on%20Detroit%20JazzStage" id="wpa2a_140"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
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  1769. <itunes:duration>1:08:21</itunes:duration>
  1770. <itunes:subtitle>Welcome to the March edition of Detroit JazzStage featuring the music of JazzHead and an interview with trumpeter John Douglas. Defying the muck of the &#8220;Acid Jazz&#8221; mire, Jazzhead has raged to the top of Detroit&#8217;s jazz/latin/funk/fu[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  1771. <itunes:summary>Welcome to the March edition of Detroit JazzStage featuring the music of JazzHead and an interview with trumpeter John Douglas. Defying the muck of the &#8220;Acid Jazz&#8221; mire, Jazzhead has raged to the top of Detroit&#8217;s jazz/latin/funk/fusion heap and beyond. From holding down weekly offerings in downtown Motown to late-night (or early morning depending on your biorhythms) loft parties, the Jazzhead torrent has flushed the musically weak of heart from every corner of the Detroit scene.
  1772. Birthed as a 5-piece in November 1996, Jazzhead now boasts Trent Mitchell on  bass, Duminie DePorres on guitar, Mick Dobday and Phil Hale on keyboards,  Recardo (Ricky) Beamon and Ken Scott on drums. John Douglas, with his hefty  trumpet and flugelhorn work, rounds out the front line assault. To this day,  this horrifically funky line-up continues to hone it&#8217;s razor-sharp edge beat by  funky beat.
  1773. Information on Jazzhead can be found at
  1774. http://www.jazzheadjazz.com
  1775. The Music on this show:
  1776. Jazzhead CD:
  1777. Spirit of Celebration
  1778. Ba Ba Da
  1779. Musicians
  1780. Trumpet &#8211; John Douglas
  1781. Saxophone &#8211; Jason Shearer
  1782. Keyboard &#8211; Jeremy Ellis
  1783. Guitar &#8211; John Arnold
  1784. Bass &#8211; Trent Mitchell
  1785. DrumsRick Hudson
  1786. Ancestors CD:
  1787. Candle Bath (by Trent Mitchell, J. Douglas)
  1788. Top of the Food Chain (by Trent Mitchell, J. Douglas and P.Hale
  1789. Musicians
  1790. Trumpet &#8211; John Douglas
  1791. Keyboards &#8211; Phil Hale
  1792. Keyboards &#8211; Mick Dobday
  1793. Guitar &#8211; Eric Guftafson
  1794. Bass &#8211; Trent Mitchell
  1795. Drums &#8211; Rick Beamon
  1796. Congas &#8211; Dennis Shinzel
  1797. Percussion &#8211; Alex Trajano
  1798. Turntable &#8211; The Blackman
  1799. WDET Studio Recordings:
  1800. Nu Inspiration
  1801. My Main Man
  1802. Musicians
  1803. Trumpet &#8211; John Douglas
  1804. Keyboards &#8211; Phil Hale
  1805. Guitar &#8211; Duminie DePorres
  1806. Bass &#8211; Trent Mitchell
  1807. Drums &#8211; Ken Scott
  1808. For information on WDET 101.9FM go to http://www.wdetfm.org
  1809. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Marks Mood&#8221; available on the self titled CD Bop Culture
  1810. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Erroenious&#8221; available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  1811. Go to bopculture.com for more information
  1812. </itunes:summary>
  1813. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  1814. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  1815. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  1816. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
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  1819. <title>Announcement &#8211; Jim Gallert joins Detroit JazzStage</title>
  1820. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2006/02/24/jim-gallert-joins-detroit-jazzstage/</link>
  1821. <pubDate>Sat, 25 Feb 2006 02:00:31 +0000</pubDate>
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  1823. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  1824.  
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  1826. <description><![CDATA[JazzStage Productions is glad to announce the addition of Jim Gallert to Detroit JazzStage. Jim Gallert is a veteran jazz broadcaster, researcher and writer. He&#8217;s chalked up over twenty-five years of radio experience as producer and host of &#8220;Jazz Yesterday and &#8220;Detroit Jazz Alive&#8221; on WDET-FM, Detroit, and &#8220;Swing City&#8221; on WEMU-FM, Ypsilanti. Gallert has [&#8230;]]]></description>
  1827. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><strong><a href="http://www.detroitmusichistory.com" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-400" title="Jim Gallert" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/jim_gallert.jpg" alt="Jim Gallert" width="100" height="151" /></a>JazzStage Productions</strong> is glad to announce the addition of Jim Gallert to <strong>Detroit JazzStage</strong>.  <a href="http://www.detroitmusichistory.com/join.html" target="_blank">Jim Gallert is a veteran jazz broadcaster, researcher and writer</a>. He&#8217;s chalked up over twenty-five years of radio experience as producer and host of &#8220;Jazz Yesterday and &#8220;Detroit Jazz Alive&#8221; on WDET-FM, Detroit, and &#8220;Swing City&#8221; on WEMU-FM, Ypsilanti. Gallert has participated in all twenty-six Detroit Jazz Festivals as staff writer, emcee or host of &#8220;Meet The Artist&#8221; sessions.</p>
  1828. <p>As a writer, Jim has authored numerous biographies of Detroit jazz musicians including Ray McKinney, Alma Smith, Todd Rhodes, George Benson and Willie Anderson. His biographies have appeared in Detroit and national publications and have been used as CD liner notes. Much of his research, many photographs from his extensive collection and some of his writing was included in <a href="http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0472067656/qid=1140808602/sr=2-1/ref=pd_bbs_b_2_1/102-3318257-4008152?s=books&amp;v=glance&amp;n=283155" target="_blank"><em>Before Motown:  A History of Jazz In Detroit, 1920 &#8211; 1960 by Lars Bjorn with Jim Gallert</em></a>.  Jim and Lars give talks around town on Detroit&#8217;s jazz history.</p>
  1829. <p>Gallert and Bjorn are currently compiling material for a 2-CD set of rare and unissued Detroit jazz that Uptown Records will issue in 2006. The set will include extensive annotation and newly unearthed photographs of Detroit jazz legends.</p>
  1830. <p>We are very happy that Jim is now part of the Detroit JazzStage team and know having him onboard will raise the Detroit JazzStage standards of excellence higher.</p>
  1831. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Music from the CD &#8220;Ancestors&#8221;</span></strong><br />
  1832. <strong>Hailstorm </strong>(by Trent Mitchell, J. Douglas, and R. Beamon)</p>
  1833. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Musicians<br />
  1834. </span>Bass</strong> &#8211; Trent Mitchell<br />
  1835. <strong>Trumpet</strong> &#8211; John Douglas<br />
  1836. <strong>Keyboards</strong> &#8211; Phil Hale<br />
  1837. <strong>Keyboards</strong> &#8211; Mick Dobday<br />
  1838. <strong>Guitar</strong> &#8211; Eric Guftafson<br />
  1839. <strong>Drums</strong> &#8211; Rick Beamon<br />
  1840. <strong>Congas</strong> &#8211; Dennis Shinzel<br />
  1841. <strong>Percussion</strong> &#8211; Alex Trajano</p>
  1842. <p>Information on Jazzhead can be found at<br />
  1843. <a href="http://www.jazzheadjazz.com/" target="_blank">http://www.jazzheadjazz.com</a></p>
  1844. <p><strong>Opening Music &#8211;</strong> Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Marks Mood&#8221; available on the self titled CD <strong>Bop Culture</strong>.  Go to <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a> for more information</p>
  1845. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2006%2F02%2F24%2Fjim-gallert-joins-detroit-jazzstage%2F&amp;title=Announcement%20%E2%80%93%20Jim%20Gallert%20joins%20Detroit%20JazzStage" id="wpa2a_146"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
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  1847. <itunes:duration>0:08:40</itunes:duration>
  1848. <itunes:subtitle>JazzStage Productions is glad to announce the addition of Jim Gallert to Detroit JazzStage.  Jim Gallert is a veteran jazz broadcaster, researcher and writer. He&#8217;s chalked up over twenty-five years of radio experience as producer and host of [...]</itunes:subtitle>
  1849. <itunes:summary>JazzStage Productions is glad to announce the addition of Jim Gallert to Detroit JazzStage.  Jim Gallert is a veteran jazz broadcaster, researcher and writer. He&#8217;s chalked up over twenty-five years of radio experience as producer and host of &#8220;Jazz Yesterday and &#8220;Detroit Jazz Alive&#8221; on WDET-FM, Detroit, and &#8220;Swing City&#8221; on WEMU-FM, Ypsilanti. Gallert has participated in all twenty-six Detroit Jazz Festivals as staff writer, emcee or host of &#8220;Meet The Artist&#8221; sessions.
  1850. As a writer, Jim has authored numerous biographies of Detroit jazz musicians including Ray McKinney, Alma Smith, Todd Rhodes, George Benson and Willie Anderson. His biographies have appeared in Detroit and national publications and have been used as CD liner notes. Much of his research, many photographs from his extensive collection and some of his writing was included in Before Motown:  A History of Jazz In Detroit, 1920 &#8211; 1960 by Lars Bjorn with Jim Gallert.  Jim and Lars give talks around town on Detroit&#8217;s jazz history.
  1851. Gallert and Bjorn are currently compiling material for a 2-CD set of rare and unissued Detroit jazz that Uptown Records will issue in 2006. The set will include extensive annotation and newly unearthed photographs of Detroit jazz legends.
  1852. We are very happy that Jim is now part of the Detroit JazzStage team and know having him onboard will raise the Detroit JazzStage standards of excellence higher.
  1853. Music from the CD &#8220;Ancestors&#8221;
  1854. Hailstorm (by Trent Mitchell, J. Douglas, and R. Beamon)
  1855. Musicians
  1856. Bass &#8211; Trent Mitchell
  1857. Trumpet &#8211; John Douglas
  1858. Keyboards &#8211; Phil Hale
  1859. Keyboards &#8211; Mick Dobday
  1860. Guitar &#8211; Eric Guftafson
  1861. Drums &#8211; Rick Beamon
  1862. Congas &#8211; Dennis Shinzel
  1863. Percussion &#8211; Alex Trajano
  1864. Information on Jazzhead can be found at
  1865. http://www.jazzheadjazz.com
  1866. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Marks Mood&#8221; available on the self titled CD Bop Culture.  Go to bopculture.com for more information
  1867. </itunes:summary>
  1868. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  1869. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  1870. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  1871. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
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  1874. <title>Detroit JazzStage Featuring Urban Transport</title>
  1875. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2006/02/01/detroit-jazzstage-featuring-urban-transport/</link>
  1876. <pubDate>Wed, 01 Feb 2006 17:00:04 +0000</pubDate>
  1877. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  1878. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  1879.  
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  1881. <description><![CDATA[Detroit Jazzstage is pleased to announce our February guests, Urban Transport. The unusual pairing of trombone with alto sax along with exceptional playing and songwriting make Urban Transport one of the most exciting groups in Detroit. Trombonist Vincent Chandler, drummer Sean Dobbins, alto saxophonist Dean Moore, and bassist Josef Deas sat down with our hosts, [&#8230;]]]></description>
  1882. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><strong><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-281" title="Urban Transport" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/urbantrans_3x5.jpg" alt="Urban Transport" width="205" height="308" srcset="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/urbantrans_3x5.jpg 228w, http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/urbantrans_3x5-200x300.jpg 200w" sizes="(max-width: 205px) 100vw, 205px" />Detroit Jazzstage</strong> is pleased to announce our February guests,<strong> Urban Transport</strong>. The unusual pairing of trombone with alto sax along with exceptional playing and songwriting make Urban Transport one of the most exciting groups in Detroit. Trombonist Vincent Chandler, drummer Sean Dobbins, alto saxophonist <strong><a href="http://www.myspace.com/deanmooreII" target="_blank">Dean Moore</a></strong>, and bassist Josef Deas sat down with our hosts, Rodney and Dean, at <strong><a href="http://www.bertsentertainment.com/" target="_blank">Bert&#8217;s Marketplace</a> </strong>in Detroit&#8217;s Eastern Market for an insightful interview. Our guests share with us their insight into composing, performing, their source of inspiration, musical heroes and more.</p>
  1883. <p>Individually, the members have performed with Joe Henderson, <a href="http://www.jalc.org/jazz/arti/lcjo/index.asp" target="_blank">The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra</a>, <a href="http://www.upbeat.com/lieb/" target="_blank">Dave Liebman</a>, <a href="http://www.iridiumjazzclub.com/mingus.shtml" target="_blank">The Mingus Big Band</a>, <a href="http://www.bennygolson.com/" target="_blank">Benny Golson</a>, and <a href="http://www.marsjazz.com/frankm.html" target="_blank">Frank Morgan</a>. Since forming, 4 years ago, they have built a reputation of <em>the group to hear</em> having received accolades in local magazines, newspapers and radio for their music.</p>
  1884. <p>Our musical selections will be taken from <strong>UT&#8217;s</strong> critically acclaimed first album called &#8220;Introducing Urban Transport&#8221;. Detroit Jazzstage listeners will also be the first to hear two selections recently recorded live for an upcoming CD at the <a href="http://www.kerrytownconcerthouse.com/" target="_blank">Kerrytown Concert House</a> in Ann Arbor, MI by <a href="http://www.markbyerly.com/" target="_blank">Mark Byerly</a> of Longview Sound.</p>
  1885. <p>Please Contact <a href="mailto:[email protected]" target="_blank">[email protected]</a> for information on any Urban Transport uncoming events.</p>
  1886. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Songs (in order of appearance):</span></strong></p>
  1887. <p><strong>Introducing Urban Transport</strong> CD<br />
  1888. 1. Detroit is Live<br />
  1889. 2. Song for Kimwana<br />
  1890. 3. In Memory of&#8230;<br />
  1891. 4. Minor Blues in Eb</p>
  1892. <p><strong>Kerrytown Concert House</strong> recordings*<br />
  1893. 5. Bright Major<br />
  1894. 6. Deciduous</p>
  1895. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Band Members</span></strong><br />
  1896. <strong>Alto Saxophone:</strong> Dean Moore<br />
  1897. <strong>Trombone:</strong> Vincent Chandler<br />
  1898. <strong>Bass:</strong> Josef Deas<br />
  1899. <strong>Piano:</strong> David Cook<br />
  1900. <strong>Piano:</strong> Scott Gwinnell*<br />
  1901. <strong>Drums:</strong> Sean Dobbins</p>
  1902. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowlegments:</span></strong><br />
  1903. <strong>Opening Music &#8211;</strong> Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Marks Mood&#8221; available on the self titled CD Bop Culture<br />
  1904. <strong>Closing Music &#8211;</strong> Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Erroenious&#8221; available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.<br />
  1905. Infomation on both CD&#8217;s is available at <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a></p>
  1906. <p><strong>The Bagel Factory Cafe</strong> located at 5389 Crooks Roadnear the I75/Crooks exit in Troy, MI is where local Detroiters, and those visiting from out of town, can experience a wonderful assortment of bagel and cream cheese varieties. They can also choose from their many delicious bagel sandwiches made fresh on the spot while you wait.  Owner Laurie Anderson&#8217;s store is a comfortable environment where patrons can sit back and relax with a newspaper or cruise the net through the store&#8217;s wireless network while enjoying their meal. Listen to the February show to learn how you can save on your next purchase. We certainly want to thank Laurie and the folks at the Bagel Factory Cafe for their support. Go to <a href="http://bagelfactorycafe.com/" target="_blank">bagelfactorycafe.com</a> for more information.</p>
  1907. <p><strong>Maureen Kearns</strong> of <strong>RoaringMouse Photography</strong> supplied the photos used for this month&#8217;s feature. Drawn to naturally occurring elements of color, texture and form, Maureen&#8217;s compositions instinctively identify the influence of dramatic light on her subjects. Maureen is a fantastic photographer and is available to shoot your next party, event or performance. Maureen is also involved with Inside Detroit. Inside Detroit is a service that takes visitors on outings, showing them Detroit&#8217;s rich nightlife and discussing the history and architecture along the way. Information on how to contact Maureen can be found at <a href="http://www.roaringmouse.net/" target="_blank">roaringmouse.net</a> or <a href="http://insidedetroit.org/" target="_blank">insidedetroit.org</a>.</p>
  1908. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2006%2F02%2F01%2Fdetroit-jazzstage-featuring-urban-transport%2F&amp;title=Detroit%20JazzStage%20Featuring%20Urban%20Transport" id="wpa2a_152"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
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  1910. <itunes:duration>1:23:17</itunes:duration>
  1911. <itunes:subtitle>Detroit Jazzstage is pleased to announce our February guests, Urban Transport. The unusual pairing of trombone with alto sax along with exceptional playing and songwriting make Urban Transport one of the most exciting groups in Detroit. Trombonist V[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  1912. <itunes:summary>Detroit Jazzstage is pleased to announce our February guests, Urban Transport. The unusual pairing of trombone with alto sax along with exceptional playing and songwriting make Urban Transport one of the most exciting groups in Detroit. Trombonist Vincent Chandler, drummer Sean Dobbins, alto saxophonist Dean Moore, and bassist Josef Deas sat down with our hosts, Rodney and Dean, at Bert&#8217;s Marketplace in Detroit&#8217;s Eastern Market for an insightful interview. Our guests share with us their insight into composing, performing, their source of inspiration, musical heroes and more.
  1913. Individually, the members have performed with Joe Henderson, The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Dave Liebman, The Mingus Big Band, Benny Golson, and Frank Morgan. Since forming, 4 years ago, they have built a reputation of the group to hear having received accolades in local magazines, newspapers and radio for their music.
  1914. Our musical selections will be taken from UT&#8217;s critically acclaimed first album called &#8220;Introducing Urban Transport&#8221;. Detroit Jazzstage listeners will also be the first to hear two selections recently recorded live for an upcoming CD at the Kerrytown Concert House in Ann Arbor, MI by Mark Byerly of Longview Sound.
  1915. Please Contact [email protected] for information on any Urban Transport uncoming events.
  1916. Songs (in order of appearance):
  1917. Introducing Urban Transport CD
  1918. 1. Detroit is Live
  1919. 2. Song for Kimwana
  1920. 3. In Memory of&#8230;
  1921. 4. Minor Blues in Eb
  1922. Kerrytown Concert House recordings*
  1923. 5. Bright Major
  1924. 6. Deciduous
  1925. Band Members
  1926. Alto Saxophone: Dean Moore
  1927. Trombone: Vincent Chandler
  1928. Bass: Josef Deas
  1929. Piano: David Cook
  1930. Piano: Scott Gwinnell*
  1931. Drums: Sean Dobbins
  1932. Acknowlegments:
  1933. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Marks Mood&#8221; available on the self titled CD Bop Culture
  1934. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Erroenious&#8221; available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  1935. Infomation on both CD&#8217;s is available at bopculture.com
  1936. The Bagel Factory Cafe located at 5389 Crooks Roadnear the I75/Crooks exit in Troy, MI is where local Detroiters, and those visiting from out of town, can experience a wonderful assortment of bagel and cream cheese varieties. They can also choose from their many delicious bagel sandwiches made fresh on the spot while you wait.  Owner Laurie Anderson&#8217;s store is a comfortable environment where patrons can sit back and relax with a newspaper or cruise the net through the store&#8217;s wireless network while enjoying their meal. Listen to the February show to learn how you can save on your next purchase. We certainly want to thank Laurie and the folks at the Bagel Factory Cafe for their support. Go to bagelfactorycafe.com for more information.
  1937. Maureen Kearns of RoaringMouse Photography supplied the photos used for this month&#8217;s feature. Drawn to naturally occurring elements of color, texture and form, Maureen&#8217;s compositions instinctively identify the influence of dramatic light on her subjects. Maureen is a fantastic photographer and is available to shoot your next party, event or performance. Maureen is also involved with Inside Detroit. Inside Detroit is a service that takes visitors on outings, showing them Detroit&#8217;s rich nightlife and discussing the history and architecture along the way. Information on how to contact Maureen can be found at roaringmouse.net or insidedetroit.org.
  1938. </itunes:summary>
  1939. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  1940. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  1941. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
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  1945. <title>Detroit JazzStage Welcomes the New Year with Phil Ogilvie&#8217;s Rhythm Kings, Part 2</title>
  1946. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2006/01/07/djs-welcomes-new-year-with-pork-part2/</link>
  1947. <pubDate>Sat, 07 Jan 2006 13:00:28 +0000</pubDate>
  1948. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  1949. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  1950.  
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  1952. <description><![CDATA[Welcome to Part 2 of our New Year&#8217;s celebration. Our guest, Phil Ogilvie&#8217;s Rhythm Kings, was recorded live at the Firefly Club in Ann Arbor, MI. If you haven&#8217;t heard Part 1, please click here to download it. Part 1 can also be found in iTunes. Enjoy the show. For more information on the band [&#8230;]]]></description>
  1953. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://www.porkjazz.com" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-270" title="Phil Ogilvie's Rhythm Kings performing" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/pork_photo_4x3.jpg" alt="Phil Ogilvie's Rhythm Kings performing" /></a>Welcome to Part 2 of our New Year&#8217;s celebration.  Our guest, <a href="http://www.porkjazz.com/" target="_blank">Phil Ogilvie&#8217;s Rhythm Kings</a>, was recorded live at the <a href="http://www.fireflyclub.com/" target="_blank">Firefly Club</a> in Ann Arbor, MI.  If you haven&#8217;t heard Part 1, please click <a href="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2005/12/31/djs-welcomes-new-year-with-pork-part1/" target="_blank"><strong>here</strong></a> to download it.  Part 1 can also be found in <a href="http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=81447820&amp;s=143441" target="_blank"><strong>iTunes</strong></a>.  Enjoy the show.</p>
  1954. <p>For more information on the band and upcoming events, please go to <a href="http://www.porkjazz.com/" target="_blank"><strong>http://www.porkjazz.com</strong></a>.</p>
  1955. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Songs (in order of appearance):</span></strong></p>
  1956. <p><strong>SET 3</strong><br />
  1957. 1. Radio Rhythm<br />
  1958. 2. Deep Night<br />
  1959. 3. New Moten Stomp<br />
  1960. 4. Jones Law Blues<br />
  1961. 5. Feeling No Pain<br />
  1962. 6. Junk Man<br />
  1963. 7. Roll On Mississippi, Roll On</p>
  1964. <p><a href="http://porkjazz.com/band.htm" target="_blank"><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Band Members</span></strong></a></p>
  1965. <p><strong>Clarinet and Saxophones:</strong> Andrew Bishop, Tom Bogardus, Mike Jones<br />
  1966. <strong>Trumpets:</strong> Paul Finkbeiner, Ingrid Racine<br />
  1967. <strong>Trombone:</strong> Gene Bartley<br />
  1968. <strong>Piano:</strong> Jim Dapogny<br />
  1969. <strong>Tuba:</strong> Chris Smith<br />
  1970. <strong>Guitar and banjo:</strong> Rod McDonald<br />
  1971. <strong>Drums:</strong> Steve Fentriss</p>
  1972. <p>Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Marks Mood&#8221; available on the self titled CD Bop Culture<br />
  1973. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Erroenious&#8221; available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.<br />
  1974. Infomation on both CD&#8217;s is available at <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a></p>
  1975. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2006%2F01%2F07%2Fdjs-welcomes-new-year-with-pork-part2%2F&amp;title=Detroit%20JazzStage%20Welcomes%20the%20New%20Year%20with%20Phil%20Ogilvie%E2%80%99s%20Rhythm%20Kings%2C%20Part%202" id="wpa2a_158"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
  1976. <enclosure url="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/audio/p2_Detroit_Jazzstage_012006_final_mix_part_2.mp3" length="47323522" type="audio/mpeg" />
  1977. <itunes:duration>0:32:50</itunes:duration>
  1978. <itunes:subtitle>Welcome to Part 2 of our New Year&#8217;s celebration.  Our guest, Phil Ogilvie&#8217;s Rhythm Kings, was recorded live at the Firefly Club in Ann Arbor, MI.  If you haven&#8217;t heard Part 1, please click here to download it.  Part 1 can also be f[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  1979. <itunes:summary>Welcome to Part 2 of our New Year&#8217;s celebration.  Our guest, Phil Ogilvie&#8217;s Rhythm Kings, was recorded live at the Firefly Club in Ann Arbor, MI.  If you haven&#8217;t heard Part 1, please click here to download it.  Part 1 can also be found in iTunes.  Enjoy the show.
  1980. For more information on the band and upcoming events, please go to http://www.porkjazz.com.
  1981. Songs (in order of appearance):
  1982. SET 3
  1983. 1. Radio Rhythm
  1984. 2. Deep Night
  1985. 3. New Moten Stomp
  1986. 4. Jones Law Blues
  1987. 5. Feeling No Pain
  1988. 6. Junk Man
  1989. 7. Roll On Mississippi, Roll On
  1990. Band Members
  1991. Clarinet and Saxophones: Andrew Bishop, Tom Bogardus, Mike Jones
  1992. Trumpets: Paul Finkbeiner, Ingrid Racine
  1993. Trombone: Gene Bartley
  1994. Piano: Jim Dapogny
  1995. Tuba: Chris Smith
  1996. Guitar and banjo: Rod McDonald
  1997. Drums: Steve Fentriss
  1998. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Marks Mood&#8221; available on the self titled CD Bop Culture
  1999. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Erroenious&#8221; available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  2000. Infomation on both CD&#8217;s is available at bopculture.com
  2001. </itunes:summary>
  2002. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  2003. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  2004. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  2005. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
  2006. </item>
  2007. <item>
  2008. <title>Detroit JazzStage Welcomes the New Year with Phil Ogilvie&#8217;s Rhythm Kings, Part 1</title>
  2009. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2005/12/31/djs-welcomes-new-year-with-pork-part1/</link>
  2010. <pubDate>Sat, 31 Dec 2005 11:00:29 +0000</pubDate>
  2011. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  2012. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  2013.  
  2014. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://lberns.com/jazzstage/?p=366</guid>
  2015. <description><![CDATA[This month we are celebrating the New Year with Phil Ogilvie&#8217;s Rhythm Kings, P.O.R.K. for short, recorded live at the Firefly Club in Ann Arbor MI. There we also interviewed band members Jim Dapogny, Music Director, and Chris Smith, Band Manager. We had a great time doing the recording and learned much about the style [&#8230;]]]></description>
  2016. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://www.porkjazz.com/" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-272" title="Phil Ogilvie's Rhythm Kings" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/pork_promo_45.jpg" alt="Phil Ogilvie's Rhythm Kings" width="259" height="194" srcset="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/pork_promo_45.jpg 324w, http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/pork_promo_45-300x225.jpg 300w" sizes="(max-width: 259px) 100vw, 259px" /></a>This month we are celebrating the New Year with <a href="http://www.porkjazz.com/" target="_blank">Phil Ogilvie&#8217;s Rhythm Kings</a>, P.O.R.K. for short, recorded live at the <a href="http://www.fireflyclub.com/" target="_blank">Firefly Club</a> in Ann Arbor MI. There we also interviewed band members Jim Dapogny, Music Director, and Chris Smith, Band Manager. We had a great time doing the recording and learned much about the style of music they play. We want to mention how important the band members are to the overall success of the ensemble and that their individual and collective contributions to the band are outstanding, truly special and sincerely appreciated by Phil, Jim, Chris and all of us who truly enjoy their music. It is fun music and totally appropriate for bringing in the New Year.</p>
  2017. <p>Also, we&#8217;re taking a survey of our listeners, and we&#8217;d like you to participate. It will help us learn more about you &#8211; &#8211; no matter how long you&#8217;ve been a listener or how frequently you listen to this podcast. It will also help us when we approach potential sponsors. So please take a few minutes and visit our website at jazzstage.us and click the listener survey link on the left. You can complete the survey anonymously.</p>
  2018. <p>So with that said, pop open a bottle of bubbly, kiss your significant other and dance the night away.</p>
  2019. <p>From us at JazzStage Productions to all of you, Have a Happy and Prosperous New Year.</p>
  2020. <p>For more information on the band and upcoming events, please go to <a href="http://www.porkjazz.com/" target="_blank"><strong>http://www.porkjazz.com</strong></a>.</p>
  2021. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Songs (in order of appearance):</span></strong></p>
  2022. <p><strong>SET 1</strong><br />
  2023. 1. St. Louis Blues<br />
  2024. 2. Deep Creek<br />
  2025. 3. Little Lawrence<br />
  2026. 4. Charleston<br />
  2027. 5. Crazy Rhythm &#8211; Band vocal<br />
  2028. 6. Break Tune<br />
  2029. <strong>SET 2</strong><br />
  2030. 1. Button Up Your Overcoat &#8211; Band vocal<br />
  2031. 2. Jig Walk<br />
  2032. 3. Creole Love Call &#8211; Ingrid Racine vocal<br />
  2033. 4. Sweet Jazz O&#8217; Mine<br />
  2034. 5. Hallelujah<br />
  2035. 6. Daniel&#8217;s Blues &#8211; Tom Bogardus vocal<br />
  2036. 7. Alexander&#8217;s Ragtime Band<br />
  2037. 8. Pardon The Glove + Break Tune</p>
  2038. <p>Please click <a href="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2006/01/07/djs-welcomes-new-year-with-pork-part2/" target="_blank"><strong>here</strong></a> for Part 2.</p>
  2039. <p><a href="http://porkjazz.com/band.htm" target="_blank"><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Band Members</span></strong></a></p>
  2040. <p><strong>Clarinet and Saxophones:</strong> Andrew Bishop, Tom Bogardus, Mike Jones<br />
  2041. <strong>Trumpets:</strong> Paul Finkbeiner, Ingrid Racine<br />
  2042. <strong>Trombone:</strong> Gene Bartley<br />
  2043. <strong>Piano:</strong> Jim Dapogny<br />
  2044. <strong>Tuba:</strong> Chris Smith<br />
  2045. <strong>Guitar and banjo:</strong> Rod McDonald<br />
  2046. <strong>Drums:</strong> Steve Fentriss</p>
  2047. <p>Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Marks Mood&#8221; available on the self titled CD Bop Culture<br />
  2048. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Erroenious&#8221; available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.<br />
  2049. Infomation on both CD&#8217;s is available at <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a><a href="http://media.libsyn.com/media/jazzstage/Detroit_Jazzstage_012006_final_mix_part_1.mp3"></a></p>
  2050. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2005%2F12%2F31%2Fdjs-welcomes-new-year-with-pork-part1%2F&amp;title=Detroit%20JazzStage%20Welcomes%20the%20New%20Year%20with%20Phil%20Ogilvie%E2%80%99s%20Rhythm%20Kings%2C%20Part%201" id="wpa2a_164"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
  2051. <enclosure url="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/audio/Detroit_Jazzstage_012006_final_mix_part_1.mp3" length="95825381" type="audio/mpeg" />
  2052. <itunes:duration>1:06:30</itunes:duration>
  2053. <itunes:subtitle>This month we are celebrating the New Year with Phil Ogilvie&#8217;s Rhythm Kings, P.O.R.K. for short, recorded live at the Firefly Club in Ann Arbor MI. There we also interviewed band members Jim Dapogny, Music Director, and Chris Smith, Band Manag[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  2054. <itunes:summary>This month we are celebrating the New Year with Phil Ogilvie&#8217;s Rhythm Kings, P.O.R.K. for short, recorded live at the Firefly Club in Ann Arbor MI. There we also interviewed band members Jim Dapogny, Music Director, and Chris Smith, Band Manager. We had a great time doing the recording and learned much about the style of music they play. We want to mention how important the band members are to the overall success of the ensemble and that their individual and collective contributions to the band are outstanding, truly special and sincerely appreciated by Phil, Jim, Chris and all of us who truly enjoy their music. It is fun music and totally appropriate for bringing in the New Year.
  2055. Also, we&#8217;re taking a survey of our listeners, and we&#8217;d like you to participate. It will help us learn more about you &#8211; &#8211; no matter how long you&#8217;ve been a listener or how frequently you listen to this podcast. It will also help us when we approach potential sponsors. So please take a few minutes and visit our website at jazzstage.us and click the listener survey link on the left. You can complete the survey anonymously.
  2056. So with that said, pop open a bottle of bubbly, kiss your significant other and dance the night away.
  2057. From us at JazzStage Productions to all of you, Have a Happy and Prosperous New Year.
  2058. For more information on the band and upcoming events, please go to http://www.porkjazz.com.
  2059. Songs (in order of appearance):
  2060. SET 1
  2061. 1. St. Louis Blues
  2062. 2. Deep Creek
  2063. 3. Little Lawrence
  2064. 4. Charleston
  2065. 5. Crazy Rhythm &#8211; Band vocal
  2066. 6. Break Tune
  2067. SET 2
  2068. 1. Button Up Your Overcoat &#8211; Band vocal
  2069. 2. Jig Walk
  2070. 3. Creole Love Call &#8211; Ingrid Racine vocal
  2071. 4. Sweet Jazz O&#8217; Mine
  2072. 5. Hallelujah
  2073. 6. Daniel&#8217;s Blues &#8211; Tom Bogardus vocal
  2074. 7. Alexander&#8217;s Ragtime Band
  2075. 8. Pardon The Glove + Break Tune
  2076. Please click here for Part 2.
  2077. Band Members
  2078. Clarinet and Saxophones: Andrew Bishop, Tom Bogardus, Mike Jones
  2079. Trumpets: Paul Finkbeiner, Ingrid Racine
  2080. Trombone: Gene Bartley
  2081. Piano: Jim Dapogny
  2082. Tuba: Chris Smith
  2083. Guitar and banjo: Rod McDonald
  2084. Drums: Steve Fentriss
  2085. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Marks Mood&#8221; available on the self titled CD Bop Culture
  2086. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Erroenious&#8221; available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  2087. Infomation on both CD&#8217;s is available at bopculture.com
  2088. </itunes:summary>
  2089. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  2090. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  2091. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  2092. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
  2093. <enclosure url="http://media.libsyn.com/media/jazzstage/Detroit_Jazzstage_012006_final_mix_part_1.mp3" length="0" type="audio/mpeg" />
  2094. </item>
  2095. <item>
  2096. <title>Detroit JazzStage Celebrates the Holiday Season by presenting the Paul Keller Ensemble</title>
  2097. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2005/11/30/djs-celebrates-holiday-season-with-paul-keller-ensemble/</link>
  2098. <pubDate>Wed, 30 Nov 2005 18:40:27 +0000</pubDate>
  2099. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  2100. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  2101.  
  2102. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://lberns.com/jazzstage/?p=351</guid>
  2103. <description><![CDATA[Hello and welcome to another edition of Detroit JazzStage. Rodney and I would like to thank all our listeners for subscribing to Detroit JazzStage and helping to make it one of the top jazz podcasts as listed in iTunes. This month we celebrate the holiday season with the Paul Keller Ensembles&#8217;s Christmas Songs For Jazz [&#8230;]]]></description>
  2104. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://www.pkorecords.com" target="_blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-267" title="Paul Keller Ensemble" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/pke_promo_300.jpg" alt="Paul Keller Ensemble" width="240" height="172" /></a>Hello and welcome to another edition of Detroit JazzStage. Rodney and I would like to thank all our listeners for subscribing to Detroit JazzStage and helping to make it one of the top jazz podcasts as listed in iTunes. This month we celebrate the holiday season with the <a href="http://www.pkorecords.com/" target="_blank">Paul Keller Ensembles&#8217;s</a> <a href="http://www.pkorecords.com/cds/xmas/xmas.htm" target="_blank">Christmas Songs For Jazz Lovers</a>, plus an interview with Paul recorded live at <a href="http://www.fireflyclub.com/" target="_blank">Firefly Club</a> in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  So sit back, throw another log on the fire and enjoy some fine musical yuletide joy.</p>
  2105. <p>On that note, Rodney and I, along with the rest of us at JazzStage Productions, would like to wish all of you, and your loved ones, the best this holiday season. Cheers</p>
  2106. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Songs on this show &#8211; in order of appearance</span></strong><br />
  2107. Jingle Bells<br />
  2108. Angels We Have Heard On High<br />
  2109. Oh come, Oh Come Emmanuel<br />
  2110. Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy<br />
  2111. Silent Night<br />
  2112. We Three Kings<br />
  2113. Oh Holy Night<br />
  2114. It Came Upon A Midnight Clear<br />
  2115. We Wish You A Very Merry Christmas</p>
  2116. <p><a href="http://www.pkorecords.com/pke_about.html" target="_blank"><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Paul Keller Ensemble Members</span></strong></a><br />
  2117. <strong>Leader, String Bass &#8211;</strong> Paul Keller<br />
  2118. <strong>Piano &#8211; </strong>Ellen Rowe<br />
  2119. <strong>Drums &#8211; </strong>Sean Dobbins<br />
  2120. <strong>Saxophones &#8211; </strong>Keith Kaminski<br />
  2121. <strong>Trumpets &#8211; </strong>Paul Finkbeiner<br />
  2122. <strong>Trombones &#8211; </strong>Chris Smith<br />
  2123. <strong>Auxiliary Percussion &#8211; </strong> Cary Kocher</p>
  2124. <p>For more information on Paul Keller go to <a href="http://www.pkorecords.com/" target="_blank">http://www.pkorecords.com</a></p>
  2125. <p>For information on the Firefly Club go to <a href="http://www.fireflyclub.com/" target="_blank">http://www.fireflyclub.com</a><a href="http://media1.libsyn.com/podcasts/jazzstage/1205_timeline.txt" target="_blank"><strong></strong></a></p>
  2126. <p>Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Marks Mood&#8221; available on the self titled CD Bop Culture<br />
  2127. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Erroenious&#8221; available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.<br />
  2128. Infomation on both CD&#8217;s is available at <a href="http://www.bopculture.com/" target="_blank">bopculture.com</a></p>
  2129. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowlegments:</span></strong><br />
  2130. I&#8217;d like to once again thank our sound engineer, Mark Byerly, for his superb work, and for providing his quality sound engineering talents.</p>
  2131. <p><strong>Note:</strong> The Diana Krall Christmas Special Paul mentioned during the show was cancelled.</p>
  2132. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2005%2F11%2F30%2Fdjs-celebrates-holiday-season-with-paul-keller-ensemble%2F&amp;title=Detroit%20JazzStage%20Celebrates%20the%20Holiday%20Season%20by%20presenting%20the%20Paul%20Keller%20Ensemble" id="wpa2a_170"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
  2133. <enclosure url="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/audio/Detroit_Jazzstage_122005_final_mix.mp3" length="90702182" type="audio/mpeg" />
  2134. <itunes:duration>1:02:57</itunes:duration>
  2135. <itunes:subtitle>Hello and welcome to another edition of Detroit JazzStage. Rodney and I would like to thank all our listeners for subscribing to Detroit JazzStage and helping to make it one of the top jazz podcasts as listed in iTunes. This month we celebrate the h[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  2136. <itunes:summary>Hello and welcome to another edition of Detroit JazzStage. Rodney and I would like to thank all our listeners for subscribing to Detroit JazzStage and helping to make it one of the top jazz podcasts as listed in iTunes. This month we celebrate the holiday season with the Paul Keller Ensembles&#8217;s Christmas Songs For Jazz Lovers, plus an interview with Paul recorded live at Firefly Club in Ann Arbor, Michigan.  So sit back, throw another log on the fire and enjoy some fine musical yuletide joy.
  2137. On that note, Rodney and I, along with the rest of us at JazzStage Productions, would like to wish all of you, and your loved ones, the best this holiday season. Cheers
  2138. Songs on this show &#8211; in order of appearance
  2139. Jingle Bells
  2140. Angels We Have Heard On High
  2141. Oh come, Oh Come Emmanuel
  2142. Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy
  2143. Silent Night
  2144. We Three Kings
  2145. Oh Holy Night
  2146. It Came Upon A Midnight Clear
  2147. We Wish You A Very Merry Christmas
  2148. Paul Keller Ensemble Members
  2149. Leader, String Bass &#8211; Paul Keller
  2150. Piano &#8211; Ellen Rowe
  2151. Drums &#8211; Sean Dobbins
  2152. Saxophones &#8211; Keith Kaminski
  2153. Trumpets &#8211; Paul Finkbeiner
  2154. Trombones &#8211; Chris Smith
  2155. Auxiliary Percussion &#8211;  Cary Kocher
  2156. For more information on Paul Keller go to http://www.pkorecords.com
  2157. For information on the Firefly Club go to http://www.fireflyclub.com
  2158. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Marks Mood&#8221; available on the self titled CD Bop Culture
  2159. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Erroenious&#8221; available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  2160. Infomation on both CD&#8217;s is available at bopculture.com
  2161. Acknowlegments:
  2162. I&#8217;d like to once again thank our sound engineer, Mark Byerly, for his superb work, and for providing his quality sound engineering talents.
  2163. Note: The Diana Krall Christmas Special Paul mentioned during the show was cancelled.
  2164. </itunes:summary>
  2165. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  2166. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  2167. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  2168. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
  2169. </item>
  2170. <item>
  2171. <title>Upcoming show and thanks to our listeners</title>
  2172. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2005/11/18/upcoming-show-thank-listeners/</link>
  2173. <pubDate>Fri, 18 Nov 2005 18:44:24 +0000</pubDate>
  2174. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  2175. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  2176.  
  2177. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://lberns.com/jazzstage/?p=334</guid>
  2178. <description><![CDATA[Hello Detroit Jazzstage listeners. Dean and I wanted to give thanks to you for your incredible support. Our show has become far more popular than we would have ever imagined. Because of you, we are the number one jazz podcasts as ranked by Itunes. We are humbled to have a home on your harddrive and [&#8230;]]]></description>
  2179. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a href="http://www.pkorecords.com/cds/xmas/xmas.htm" target="blank"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-268" title="Christmas Songs For Jazz Lovers - Paul Keller Ensemble" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/pke_xmas_cover.jpg" alt="Christmas Songs For Jazz Lovers - Paul Keller Ensemble" width="180" height="160" /></a>Hello Detroit Jazzstage listeners. Dean and I wanted to give thanks to you for your incredible support. Our show has become far more popular than we would have ever imagined. Because of you, we are the number one jazz podcasts as ranked by Itunes. We are humbled to have a home on your harddrive and promise to continue working hard to keep you listening by presenting the best Jazz in Detroit along with artist&#8217;s personal stories/ experiences all wrapped up in the culture that is the Motor City.</p>
  2180. <p>We are fast approaching the holiday season here in Detroit. We just wrapped up a live interview with Bassist Paul Keller at the <a href="http://www.fireflyclub.com/" target="_blank">Firefly Club</a> in Ann Arbor. Paul&#8217;s group plays there every Wednesday unless he is off touring with the likes of Diana Krall, Russell Malone or Marcus Belgrave. Paul generously spoke to us during his breaks to discuss his CD <a title="Christmas Songs For Jazz Lovers" href="http://www.pkorecords.com/cds/xmas/xmas.htm" target="_blank">Christmas Songs for Jazz Lovers</a>. This CD is one of our favorite holiday albums and is perfect for our December 1st podcast. To learn more about Paul or to purchase Christmas Songs for Jazz Lovers, please visit <a href="http://www.pkorecords.com/" target="_blank">PKOrecords.com</a></p>
  2181. <p>Until then, Dean and I would like to wish you a wonderful holiday season. We hope you enjoy Paul&#8217;s swinging and modern arrangement of God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.</p>
  2182. <p><a href="http://www.pkorecords.com/pke_about.html" target="_blank"><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Paul Keller Ensemble Members</span></strong></a><br />
  2183. <strong>Leader, String Bass &#8211;</strong> Paul Keller<br />
  2184. <strong>Piano &#8211; </strong>Ellen Rowe<br />
  2185. <strong>Drums &#8211; </strong>Sean Dobbins<br />
  2186. <strong>Saxophones &#8211; </strong>Keith Kaminski<br />
  2187. <strong>Trumpets &#8211; </strong>Paul Finkbeiner<br />
  2188. <strong>Trombones &#8211; </strong>Chris Smith</p>
  2189. <p>Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Marks Mood&#8221; available on the self titled CD Bop Culture</p>
  2190. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2005%2F11%2F18%2Fupcoming-show-thank-listeners%2F&amp;title=Upcoming%20show%20and%20thanks%20to%20our%20listeners" id="wpa2a_176"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
  2191. <enclosure url="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/audio/01_djs_dec2005_pkensemble_promo_final.mp3" length="8585741" type="audio/mpeg" />
  2192. <itunes:duration>0:05:56</itunes:duration>
  2193. <itunes:subtitle>Hello Detroit Jazzstage listeners. Dean and I wanted to give thanks to you for your incredible support. Our show has become far more popular than we would have ever imagined. Because of you, we are the number one jazz podcasts as ranked by Itunes. W[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  2194. <itunes:summary>Hello Detroit Jazzstage listeners. Dean and I wanted to give thanks to you for your incredible support. Our show has become far more popular than we would have ever imagined. Because of you, we are the number one jazz podcasts as ranked by Itunes. We are humbled to have a home on your harddrive and promise to continue working hard to keep you listening by presenting the best Jazz in Detroit along with artist&#8217;s personal stories/ experiences all wrapped up in the culture that is the Motor City.
  2195. We are fast approaching the holiday season here in Detroit. We just wrapped up a live interview with Bassist Paul Keller at the Firefly Club in Ann Arbor. Paul&#8217;s group plays there every Wednesday unless he is off touring with the likes of Diana Krall, Russell Malone or Marcus Belgrave. Paul generously spoke to us during his breaks to discuss his CD Christmas Songs for Jazz Lovers. This CD is one of our favorite holiday albums and is perfect for our December 1st podcast. To learn more about Paul or to purchase Christmas Songs for Jazz Lovers, please visit PKOrecords.com
  2196. Until then, Dean and I would like to wish you a wonderful holiday season. We hope you enjoy Paul&#8217;s swinging and modern arrangement of God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.
  2197. Paul Keller Ensemble Members
  2198. Leader, String Bass &#8211; Paul Keller
  2199. Piano &#8211; Ellen Rowe
  2200. Drums &#8211; Sean Dobbins
  2201. Saxophones &#8211; Keith Kaminski
  2202. Trumpets &#8211; Paul Finkbeiner
  2203. Trombones &#8211; Chris Smith
  2204. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Marks Mood&#8221; available on the self titled CD Bop Culture
  2205. </itunes:summary>
  2206. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  2207. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  2208. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  2209. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
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  2212. <title>Detroit JazzStage Debut Show Featuring Trumpeter Mark Byerly</title>
  2213. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2005/11/01/detroit-jazzstage-featuring-mark-byerly/</link>
  2214. <pubDate>Tue, 01 Nov 2005 16:27:01 +0000</pubDate>
  2215. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  2216. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  2217.  
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  2219. <description><![CDATA[Hello and welcome to the debut of Detroit JazzStage featuring trumpeter Mark Byerly. Mark has a very interesting history that we think you will enjoy hearing about. Rodney and I have worked very hard on trying to present to you, our listeners, a glimpse into the talent that exists here in Detroit. We hope you [&#8230;]]]></description>
  2220. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-262" title="Mark Byerly" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/MarkPhoto1_copy_copy_4.jpg" alt="Mark Byerly" width="160" height="209" />Hello and welcome to the debut of Detroit JazzStage featuring trumpeter Mark Byerly. Mark has a very interesting history that we think you will enjoy hearing about. Rodney and I have worked very hard on trying to present to you, our listeners, a glimpse into the talent that exists here in Detroit. We hope you learn as much listening to the show as we did putting it together. Please feel free to email or leave comments about the show. Also, be sure to stay subscribed for announcements about up coming shows. Again, thank you for listening.</p>
  2221. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Bop Culture</span></strong><br />
  2222. Albums and music featured on this show (in order of appearance):</p>
  2223. <p><strong>Bop Culture</strong><br />
  2224. Blues for the Morning Rush Hour  &#8211; Mark Byerly (7:11)<br />
  2225. Till I Get There &#8211; Rick Roe (7:04)<br />
  2226. Mark&#8217;s Mood &#8211; Mark Byerly (9:00)</p>
  2227. <p><strong>The E.P.*</strong><br />
  2228. Brilliant Corners &#8211; Thelonious Monk/arr. Rick Roe (5:18)<br />
  2229. Erroenious &#8211; Mark Byerly (6:44)</p>
  2230. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Bop Culture Members</span></strong><br />
  2231. <strong>Trumpet</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly<br />
  2232. <strong>Piano</strong> &#8211; Rick Roe<br />
  2233. <strong>Bass</strong> &#8211; Paul Keller<br />
  2234. <strong>Drums</strong> &#8211; Bill Higgins<br />
  2235. <strong>*Bass</strong> &#8211; Josef Deas</p>
  2236. <p>Background music during interview segments:<br />
  2237. <a href="http://cdbaby.com/cd/rickroe3" target="_blank">Sphere</a> by <a href="http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&amp;sql=11:ycdsyl68xp9b" target="_blank">Rick Roe</a> with Rodney Whitaker on Bass</p>
  2238. <p>Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Marks Mood&#8221; available on the self titled CD Bop Culture<br />
  2239. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Erroenious&#8221; available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.</p>
  2240. <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Acknowlegments:</span></strong><br />
  2241. <strong>Mark Byerly</strong> for being our first guest and the use of his sound engineering talents at his Longview Sound recording studio.</p>
  2242. <p><strong>Hugh Broder</strong>, Director of Broadcast Production at <a href="http://www.bbdo.com/" target="_blank">BBDO Detroit</a>, for mentoring me in the fine art of broadcast production.  His help and insight has been invaluable.</p>
  2243. <p>And the numerous others who&#8217;ve at one time or another helped me develop the skills necessary to take on life&#8217;s challenges head on.</p>
  2244. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2005%2F11%2F01%2Fdetroit-jazzstage-featuring-mark-byerly%2F&amp;title=Detroit%20JazzStage%20Debut%20Show%20Featuring%20Trumpeter%20Mark%20Byerly" id="wpa2a_182"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
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  2246. <itunes:duration>1:08:10</itunes:duration>
  2247. <itunes:subtitle>Hello and welcome to the debut of Detroit JazzStage featuring trumpeter Mark Byerly. Mark has a very interesting history that we think you will enjoy hearing about. Rodney and I have worked very hard on trying to present to you, our listeners, a gli[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  2248. <itunes:summary>Hello and welcome to the debut of Detroit JazzStage featuring trumpeter Mark Byerly. Mark has a very interesting history that we think you will enjoy hearing about. Rodney and I have worked very hard on trying to present to you, our listeners, a glimpse into the talent that exists here in Detroit. We hope you learn as much listening to the show as we did putting it together. Please feel free to email or leave comments about the show. Also, be sure to stay subscribed for announcements about up coming shows. Again, thank you for listening.
  2249. Bop Culture
  2250. Albums and music featured on this show (in order of appearance):
  2251. Bop Culture
  2252. Blues for the Morning Rush Hour  &#8211; Mark Byerly (7:11)
  2253. Till I Get There &#8211; Rick Roe (7:04)
  2254. Mark&#8217;s Mood &#8211; Mark Byerly (9:00)
  2255. The E.P.*
  2256. Brilliant Corners &#8211; Thelonious Monk/arr. Rick Roe (5:18)
  2257. Erroenious &#8211; Mark Byerly (6:44)
  2258. Bop Culture Members
  2259. Trumpet &#8211; Mark Byerly
  2260. Piano &#8211; Rick Roe
  2261. Bass &#8211; Paul Keller
  2262. Drums &#8211; Bill Higgins
  2263. *Bass &#8211; Josef Deas
  2264. Background music during interview segments:
  2265. Sphere by Rick Roe with Rodney Whitaker on Bass
  2266. Opening Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Marks Mood&#8221; available on the self titled CD Bop Culture
  2267. Closing Music &#8211; Mark Byerly&#8217;s &#8220;Erroenious&#8221; available on Bop Culture&#8217;s CD The E.P.
  2268. Acknowlegments:
  2269. Mark Byerly for being our first guest and the use of his sound engineering talents at his Longview Sound recording studio.
  2270. Hugh Broder, Director of Broadcast Production at BBDO Detroit, for mentoring me in the fine art of broadcast production.  His help and insight has been invaluable.
  2271. And the numerous others who&#8217;ve at one time or another helped me develop the skills necessary to take on life&#8217;s challenges head on.
  2272. </itunes:summary>
  2273. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  2274. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  2275. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  2276. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
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  2278. <item>
  2279. <title>Detroit JazzStage November 1st Show Debut Announcment</title>
  2280. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2005/10/28/detroit-jazzstage-november-1st-show-debut-announcment/</link>
  2281. <pubDate>Fri, 28 Oct 2005 15:34:54 +0000</pubDate>
  2282. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  2283. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  2284.  
  2285. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://lberns.com/jazzstage/?p=315</guid>
  2286. <description><![CDATA[Hello. I&#8217;d like to thank our subcribers to the Detroit JazzStage podcast and let you all know how much we appreciate your patronage. You&#8217;ll all be happy to know that we will have a finished show, featuring Detroit trumpeter Mark Byerly,posted on November 1st. In the meantime, take a listen to Mark&#8217;s comments on, and [&#8230;]]]></description>
  2287. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-255" title="Longview Sound" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/Longview_Sound.jpg" alt="Longview Sound" width="240" height="180" /></p>
  2288. <p>Hello. I&#8217;d like to thank our subcribers to the Detroit JazzStage podcast and let you all know how much we appreciate your patronage. You&#8217;ll all be happy to know that we will have a finished show, featuring Detroit trumpeter Mark Byerly,posted on November 1st. In the meantime, take a listen to Mark&#8217;s comments on, and the song, The Ressurection available on Bop Culture&#8217;s The E.P. recording.</p>
  2289. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2005%2F10%2F28%2Fdetroit-jazzstage-november-1st-show-debut-announcment%2F&amp;title=Detroit%20JazzStage%20November%201st%20Show%20Debut%20Announcment" id="wpa2a_188"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
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  2291. <itunes:duration>0:18:39</itunes:duration>
  2292. <itunes:subtitle>
  2293. Hello. I&#8217;d like to thank our subcribers to the Detroit JazzStage podcast and let you all know how much we appreciate your patronage. You&#8217;ll all be happy to know that we will have a finished show, featuring Detroit trumpeter Mark Byerly,[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  2294. <itunes:summary>
  2295. Hello. I&#8217;d like to thank our subcribers to the Detroit JazzStage podcast and let you all know how much we appreciate your patronage. You&#8217;ll all be happy to know that we will have a finished show, featuring Detroit trumpeter Mark Byerly,posted on November 1st. In the meantime, take a listen to Mark&#8217;s comments on, and the song, The Ressurection available on Bop Culture&#8217;s The E.P. recording.
  2296. </itunes:summary>
  2297. <itunes:keywords>Detroit, Jazz, Motown</itunes:keywords>
  2298. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  2299. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  2300. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
  2301. </item>
  2302. <item>
  2303. <title>Welcome to Detroit JazzStage</title>
  2304. <link>http://lberns.com/jazzstage/2005/09/28/welcome-to-detroit-jazzstage/</link>
  2305. <pubDate>Thu, 29 Sep 2005 01:50:05 +0000</pubDate>
  2306. <dc:creator><![CDATA[jazzstage]]></dc:creator>
  2307. <category><![CDATA[podcast]]></category>
  2308.  
  2309. <guid isPermaLink="false">http://lberns.com/jazzstage/?p=4</guid>
  2310. <description><![CDATA[Hello and welcome to Detroit JazzStage. I&#8217;m Dean Sahutske and my co-host is Rodney Reeves. We are both musicians sharing a common goal of exploring the Detroit Jazz scene of today and yesterday. Together we will host a monthly program showcasing the most influential musicians in Detroit. Our show will explore the music and the [&#8230;]]]></description>
  2311. <content:encoded><![CDATA[<p><a title="Jazz Detroit! - Howard Weingarden" href="http://www.detroitartistsworkshop.com/Visual/HowardWStudio/HowardWStudio.htm" target="_blank"><img class="size-full wp-image-247 alignright" title="Jazz Detroit! -  Howard Weingarden" src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/images/JazzDetroit.jpg" alt="Jazz Detroit! -  Howard Weingarden" width="216" height="163" /></a>Hello and welcome to Detroit JazzStage. I&#8217;m Dean Sahutske and my co-host is Rodney Reeves. We are both musicians sharing a common goal of exploring the Detroit Jazz scene of today and yesterday. Together we will host a monthly program showcasing the most influential musicians in Detroit. Our show will explore the music and the musician behind the music. It will deal specifically with the Detroit jazz scene and how its influence reverberates throughout the music industry. Subscribe now and check back soon. You won&#8217;t be disappointed.</p>
  2312. <p><strong>Artwork</strong> &#8211; Jazz Detroit! &#8211;  <a title="Howard Weingarden" href="http://www.detroitartistsworkshop.com/Visual/HowardWStudio/HowardWStudio.htm" target="_blank">Howard Weingarden</a></p>
  2313. <p>&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;</p>
  2314. <p>Performed by:<br />
  2315. <a href="http://www.motorcityhorns.com/"><span style="color: #0000ff;"><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Motor City  Horns (motorcityhorns.com) </strong></span></span></a><br />
  2316. <strong>Trumpet</strong> &#8211; Ben Toman<br />
  2317. <strong>Trumpet</strong> &#8211; Mark Byerly<br />
  2318. <strong>Alto Saxophone </strong>&#8211; Dave Luther<br />
  2319. <strong>Tenor Saxophone</strong> &#8211; Keith Kaminski<br />
  2320. <strong>Trombone</strong> &#8211; John Rutherford</p>
  2321. <p>Music for the original Detroit JazzStage Opening Statement- Mo&#8217; Room &#8211; <a href="http://www.thebrothersgroove.com/"> <span style="color: #0000ff;"><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Chris Codish (thebrothersgroove.com)</span></span></a>/arr. Keith Kaminski.</p>
  2322. <p>&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;</p>
  2323. <p><a class="a2a_dd a2a_target addtoany_share_save" href="https://www.addtoany.com/share_save#url=http%3A%2F%2Flberns.com%2Fjazzstage%2F2005%2F09%2F28%2Fwelcome-to-detroit-jazzstage%2F&amp;title=Welcome%20to%20Detroit%20JazzStage" id="wpa2a_194"><img src="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/plugins/add-to-any/share_save_171_16.png" width="171" height="16" alt="Share"/></a></p>]]></content:encoded>
  2324. <enclosure url="http://lberns.com/jazzstage/wp-content/media/audio/djs_spot.mp3" length="766420" type="audio/mpeg" />
  2325. <itunes:duration>0:00:30</itunes:duration>
  2326. <itunes:subtitle>Hello and welcome to Detroit JazzStage. I&#8217;m Dean Sahutske and my co-host is Rodney Reeves. We are both musicians sharing a common goal of exploring the Detroit Jazz scene of today and yesterday. Together we will host a monthly program showcasi[...]</itunes:subtitle>
  2327. <itunes:summary>Hello and welcome to Detroit JazzStage. I&#8217;m Dean Sahutske and my co-host is Rodney Reeves. We are both musicians sharing a common goal of exploring the Detroit Jazz scene of today and yesterday. Together we will host a monthly program showcasing the most influential musicians in Detroit. Our show will explore the music and the musician behind the music. It will deal specifically with the Detroit jazz scene and how its influence reverberates throughout the music industry. Subscribe now and check back soon. You won&#8217;t be disappointed.
  2328. Artwork &#8211; Jazz Detroit! &#8211;  Howard Weingarden
  2329. &#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;
  2330. Performed by:
  2331. Motor City  Horns (motorcityhorns.com)
  2332. Trumpet &#8211; Ben Toman
  2333. Trumpet &#8211; Mark Byerly
  2334. Alto Saxophone &#8211; Dave Luther
  2335. Tenor Saxophone &#8211; Keith Kaminski
  2336. Trombone &#8211; John Rutherford
  2337. Music for the original Detroit JazzStage Opening Statement- Mo&#8217; Room &#8211;  Chris Codish (thebrothersgroove.com)/arr. Keith Kaminski.
  2338. &#8212;&#8212;&#8212;&#8212;
  2339. </itunes:summary>
  2340. <itunes:keywords>podcast</itunes:keywords>
  2341. <itunes:author>JazzStage Productions</itunes:author>
  2342. <itunes:explicit>no</itunes:explicit>
  2343. <itunes:block>no</itunes:block>
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