A really fine day in Cape Town and a really fine day to tune into All Jazz Radio on any of your mobile devices. The day starts with The No Name Brand Show showcasing contemporary smooth jazz until 2pm C.A.T. The will be no ‘Live” Cooking Jazz today due it being Yom Kippur and Yaacov has taken a day, so we will be compiling a program of great music today. The Acid Robot Jame Kibby will be in to present his show, The Kibby Factor from 4pm C.A.T. before our regular re-broadcast programming kicks in. Tell one and tell all to tune in on our website
BTW don’t forget on new show on Sunday from 2 to 4pm C.A.T. hosted from London, by The Jazz Rep, Ray Porter
October is a busy month I know theres Halloween and so many exciting daily celebrations and now we’ve also go to seat with early Christmas stuff. With so many preparing for the summer . Already I see the supermarket’s are putting out their Christmas trinkets, ornament’s and other goodies, jeez enough already we know that the time is coming but please do it hlf wat though November. I’m already sick of Christmas.
Today for food lovers is Taco Day, That little traditional Mexican dish made with chicken, beef, vegetables, or seafood has crept into the hearts of so many in the global village, we’ve just got to celebrate the day.
The Klutz in the Kitchen is frantically scrambling around the Internet looking for the perfect recipe to share, check out his page on our website later. It is also Vodka Day, what a mix, Mexican for lunch and Vodka to wash it down, careful though if driving, don’t over do it. NOSTROVIA!
Clifton Duncan Davis is an American actor, songwriter, singer, and minister
Wrote Never Can Say Goodbye, Lookin’ Through the Windows, and several other hit songs for The Jackson Five. He wrote a piece for Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul in which he described suffering through racism. He starred in the 1970s TV show That’s My Mama as the barber and played Rev. Reuben Gregory in the hit TV Series Amen from 1986 to 91. He married Monica Durant in 2000.He played Cornelius in the Broadway version of Hello, Dolly!, who was portrayed by Michael Crawford in the film.
Jam Cruise Announces Jazz Lounge & Special Sets
Jam Cruise 13 will feature the inauguration of the Jam Cruise Jazz Lounge in which hosts will present jazz-oriented improv in the Golden Jazz Bar aboard the MSC Divina. The Jazz Lounge comes in addition to one of the event’s signature features – the Jam Room.
Today, Jam Cruise organizers have announced the hosts for the inaugural Jazz Lounge sessions. John Scofield, Snarky Puppy, Karl Denson, Grant Green Jr. and Kim Dawson have been enlisted to host the nightly sessions in the Golden Jazz Bar.In other Jam Cruise 13 news, Bass Mafia featuring David Murphy and Marc Brownstein will perform a special set aboard the boat as will Magic Gravy, a band made up of Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz of ALO and Dave Watts & Garrett Sayers of The Motet. Furthermore, Jam Cruise organizers have announced “Party Animal” will be one of the trip’s Theme Nights joining the previously-announced “Metallic Night.”Jam Cruise 13 features an impressive array of jam scene favorites including Umphrey’s McGee, Pretty Lights with his live band, The Word, Galactic, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Lettuce, Snarky Puppy, The Revivalists and many more. The MSC Divina departs The Port Of Miami on January 6 and will stop in Roatan, Honduras and Costa Maya, Mexico before returning to Miami on January 11. For more details and for booking information, head to Jamcruise.com.
Talkin’ jazz with New Havena s Jesse Hameen
He’s played professionally since the age of 10, and has been chair of the Jazz and Rock Studies Department at the Neighborhood Music School for the past sixteen years. ” was born and bred in the United States. Read the full Story here
The Last Internationale tours with Robert Plant, makes stop in Los Angeles
A musician works hard, practices hard and does her homework — at least that’s what Delila Paz has done as the lead singer of The Last Internationale.
The New York band opens for Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters on its tour, which makes a stop at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles.
Joe Wilder On Piano Jazz
This episode of Piano Jazz is in memory of trumpeter Joe Wilder (Feb. 22, 1922 – May 9, 2014). Wilder had his first professional gig at age 19 and went on to play with some of the most popular big band orchestras of the day.