The sun shines down on Cape Town today, but sadly the weather mane predicts more rain tonight. Sjoe, what a day a day it was yesterday, welcome to a crazy day in the life of All Jazz Radio. Boy o boy hectic, downloading and up loading all the new music that we received, jeez can’t believe it, 34 new albums received on one day, making a total of 452 tracks, the joys of internet distribution from all over the world. Wow still trying to have a listen though the whole lot, many of which will be played during today’s Jazz Rendezvous from 10am to 2pm Central African Time. Man of man, jeez, just received another five albums and busy down loading now. After that it’s the 100% South African Jazz Show with a great compilation today, showcasing some of the new SAFRO jazz albums received including a track for Mlungisi Gegana’s long awaited brand new album. One just must tune in so as not to miss a note of the music today. From 4pm C.A.T. it’s The Much, Much More Music Show, un-interrupted jazz all the way till 6pm C.A.T. No excuses for one not to be tuned in to the finest and only 24/7 Jazz, Blues, Latin and World Jazz radio station streaming daily from the Southern Tip of Africa, the home of Jazz on the continent, Cape Town. Join us right away just follow the Listen Online link on our website and presto one will be enjoying awesome music much of which has never before been played on any radio station in Africa.
The Klutz in the Kitchen as been searching high and low for todays recipe and at the time of writing this missive, nothing has come to light as yet, been working since 5:30 this morning and still nothing, but fear not he will find what he’s looking for and the results will be posted on the website later, much work to do
Lenore just returned from a tour in the United Kingdom and Portugal and she packed the venues with her Oscar Peterson tribute concert.
Love Notes is her second recording with the wonderful renowned guitarist Howard Alden.
“Ms Raphael’s pianisms affirm that Jazz is “America’s Classical Music”. Hers & Howard Alden’s playful touch on guitar offer tuneful conversations.~~~~ Lenore’s & Howard’s duet playing is in~the~pocket and swinging.”…Peter Poses, jazz host and writer, KRFC. FM
She has added one of the best “slap” bassists in the world, Kelly Friesen, and the wonderful tasty brush drumming of Steve Williams on two tracks.
This is her tribute to one of the most influential musicians ever and the reason Lenore chose jazz as her life.
1 Wale Street, Cape Town at St George’s Cathedral Bookings are essential:
please phone or sms 079 683 4658 Cover Charge: R55 Closed on Sunday and Monday
Tuesday 22 July (7pm to 10pm)
RUS NERWICH QUARTET
Rus Nerwich – saxophone, Andrew Lilley – piano
Charles Lazar – bass and Kevin Gibson – drums
Wednesday 23 July (7pm to 10pm)
NELSON MALELA QUARTET
Toe-tapping entertainment and fabulous music from Africa – the Congo, French and Portuguese songs with Nelson Malela – piano, Buddy Wells – saxophone, Frank Paco – drums, and Sylvain Baloubeta – bass and vocals
Thursday 24 July (7pm to 10pm)
THE CAPE JAZZ BAND
Ramon Alexander – piano, Errol Dyers – guitar, Mark Fransman – saxophone, Spencer Mbadu – bass, Jack Momple – drums and special guest Byron Abrahams – alto saxophone and vocals
Friday 25 July and Saturday 26 July (8pm to 11pm)
CAPE DUTCH CONNECTION with ERIKA LUNDI
Good old Swing jazz from the 1920s and 1930s with
Erika Lundi – vocals, Willie van Zyl – saxophone/clarinet, Wesley Rustin – double bass, Ivan Bell – drums and Derk Blaisse – piano
Dr. Nelson Harrison has invited you to the event ‘CJs Wedensday Jazz Vocal Night featuring Fred Pugh’ on Pittsburgh Jazz Network!
Time: July 23, 2014 from 7pm to 10pm
Location: CJs in the strip District
Organized By: Jazz Surgery w/ Tony Campbell
Cj’s Wednesday Jazz Vocal Night
Fred Pugh Vocals
Tony Campbell Sax
Victor Garzato keys
Jevon Rushton Drums
See more details and RSVP on Pittsburgh Jazz Network:
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The musically sophistication of jazz in Pittsburgh justifies its rightful claim to its legend as “The Land of the Giant Killers.”