It’s another overcast and chilly day in Cape Town but hey guess what we got the jazz, and the will help alleviate the chill along with some heart warming Glühwein don’t you think? Here’s another guess what, our jazz loving friends in the Northern Hemisphere have that to look forward to soon, not laughing promise, just a wry smile knowing we got summer around the corner.
We got your back see, with the best new music from the Jazz, Blues, Latin and World Jazz musicians from the global village to share with ya’all.
It’s finally happened, Afrika Mkhize has released his long awaited debut album, Rain Dancer and we wait with baited breath to receive it
Sax man Phil Woods has ended his illustrious playing career on a high note.
He has been using oxygen for some while now much like our very own late Robie Jansen. Thanks for the music Mr Woods. Enjoy your retirement.
I know the Klutz in the Kitchen has something interesting for you to add to your arsenal of recipes and yes he will be posting more that just one a week from here on out. All I can say at this stage is got to do with pork fillet, guess you’ll have to wait a little bit for the recipe to be revealed.
The Klutz has another of The Klutz in the Kitchen’s Straight Talkin’ No Punches Pulled Restaurant, Bisto, Cafe, Pub, Food Truck, Street Food & Take Away Grub n’ Cooking Maguffta Reviews which is to be posted later.
Popular Jazz radio show host killed in Sunday crash
By Eddie Fitzgerald and Sandy Wall
Posted Sep. 7, 2015 at 4:40 PM
Updated at 7:22 PM
Tom “The Jazzman” Mallison, a popular Public Radio East personality who hosted a weekly jazz show, was killed Sunday night in a two-vehicle, head-on crash on N.C. 43 in north-western Craven County.
Friends say Mallison, who lived in Greenville, was headed home from PRE’s New Bern studios when the wreck occurred.
They believe Mallison was driving a Volvo. The other vehicle in the wreck has been identified as a Dodge pickup truck.
On behalf of all at All Jazz Radio, listeners, AJR presenters we give our sincerest condolences to his family. He will be greatly missed
Today is I’m on Top of It Day which is a day giving very busy families time to get on top of at least one organizational job that adds wrinkles to the face, thereby giving extra character on the march through life.
September is also Piano Month, one on my personal fav’s bur ever so sorry that I didn’t pay any attention to my music teachers at school, too many other extra curricular activities’, know what I mean, nudge, nudge, wink, wink, Cricket, Girls, Rugby, Girls, Tennis, Girls, Swimming, Girls, High Board Diving, Girls, when was there time to practice the piano, eh!
On September 26, music lovers of all ages will gather for the 15th annual Beantown Jazz Festival in Boston’s historic South End – home to several legendary clubs during Boston’s jazz heyday. The all-day, free outdoor event will offer contemporary jazz, funk, Latin, pop, and soul acts on three stages. Natixis Global Asset Management, one of the world’s leading asset managers, is the presenting sponsor of the festival for the fifth year in a row and will present a $5, 000 George Wein Jazz Ambassador Scholarship to a high school student musician.
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