Sjoe how lucky can we be, another balmy sunny, but chilly winters day in the African Jazz Capitol. Give pause to thought of those less fortunate than our self and do it, pay it forward today and everyday hereafter, make a flask of heart warming piping hot soup and carry it with along with some disposable cups and hand it out to those looking like the need some good cheer one on the days journey. Good idea, yes?
Jazz Rendezvous with Eric Alan s the first show on our live schedule at 10am, Central African Time, and as usual features a wide eclectic mix of music from all corners of the global village. After the Jazz Rendezvous it’s the turn of Pittsburgh based Latin and Cuban Jazz aficionado Tony Vasquez who presents his show, The Lain Perspective with his usual verve and style. Next will be the Midday Music Melange with the suave and sophisticated Ndoxy Radebe who presents a show of great tunes out of Africa and beyond, after that it’s the Sundown Show of contemporary and smooth sounds that will please the listening pallet. So as one can see it’s well worth tuning in and joining the All Jazz Radio Family, all day, everyday, the number one and only 24/7 Jazz Blues, Latin and World Jazz radio station on the African continent today. At All Jazz Radio we play more South Africa, Africa and international jazz they many may never have hear before on any radio station in the universe, a really good place the explore, check it out now.
Today on the Jazz Rendezvous starts with the music of Louie Cruz Beltran, then it’s, Enrico Granfei, Ultra Natives, Hinda Hoffman, Mark Murphy, Frank DiBussolo, Danielo Perea, The Bill McBirnie Trio, Lisa Casalino, Dee Bell, Mike Longo and Donna Singer finishes off the first hour of our show today Donna Singer.
The second hour of our show, showcases Mozambique’s Jimmy Dludlu to start with the we move onto Shakatak, Rick Braun, Lao Tizer, Peter Busboom, Eric van Aro, Cape Town’s Universoul Tribe, Jason Miles, Abdullah Ibrahim, Guitar Maestro Steve Newman, Lee Thomson and Ashish Joshi, Violinist Tshepo Mngoma, Sexy Saxtress Mindi Abair, and Shakatak bassist George Anderson bring the hour to a close.
American Nigerian vocalist Titilayo Adedokun starts off the third hour of Jazz Rendezvous, then we listen to All Jazz Radio Presenter and vocalist from Edinburgh, Scotland Todd Gordon, Barbara Levy Daniels, Jo’burg singer Julia Lamberti, Sisa Spoazi, David Kain, Kate Ross, Lenny Marcus Trio, Bryon Tosoff, Jim Clayton, The Aaron Aranita Big Band, Mervyn Africa, Jimmy Mngwandi, Jonathan Butler Roberto Fonseca, Natalie Cressman and Jacques Mignaulut finishes off todays show. Wait, don’t do away there is still so much more music to come on the first choice of online radio where the music does the, ok make that most of the talking, join us and LIKE our Facebook page and Group, The FOLLOW us on Twitter to at @AllJazzRadioSA too.
The next show on All Jazz Radio’s schedule is The Midweek Jazz Melange hosted by the irrepressible Ndoxy Ndodana Hadebe who presents a show of contemporary South Africa and Jazz from Africa with a pinch of music by international jazz musicians. A wonderful Melange of flavours as can only be cooked up by the hostest with the mostest Ndoxy Ndodana Hadebe from 2pm Central African Time.
The Midweek Jazz Melange has a wild mix of music from all corners of the global village and kicks off with Zimbabwean Thomas Mapfumo then his countryman Oliver Mtukudzi and that is followed with Judith Sephuma, Lira, Jonathan Butler, Roy Ayers, Jonas Gwangwa, Lenski Alfred, Peter Busboom, Richard Ceasar closes the first hour of todays show, stay there, much more to come. Musa Manzini kicks off the second hour of the Midweek Jazz Melange with Ndoxy Ndodana Hadebe and Concord Nkabinde follows, then it’s The Glenn Robertson Jazz Band, Ernie Smith, Adam Glasser, Gavin Minter, Winston Mankunku Ngozi, Mimi Ntenjwa, Ratu Mike Makhakelmela, Natalie Rungan, Lionel Loueke, Jackie Kwenda, Andile Mseleku and Tony Drake ends the show.
The Sundown Show today includes the music of Sibongile Khumalo, Winston Mankunku Ngozi, The Spectrum 4 Ensemble from Nigeria, then Spyro Gyra, Miroko Kikubu, Mimi Ntenjwa, Natalie Rungan, The Yellow Jackets, Hilton Schilder, Don Laka finishes off the hour and the second start off with Gloria Bosman, Airborne (SA), Rush Hour, Norman Brown, Ological Studies, Ray Obiedo, Heels Over Head, Dan Siegel, Brian Bromberg, Mickey Basil, and finally Kule Ayo closes todays show. Remember there is much more to come from All Jazz Radio as we kick in with our re-broadcast programming, stay with us and catch up on the programs you may have missed, enjoy the listening.