INTERVIEW: Doing Jazz Podcast Interviews Jonathan Barber

June 16, 2018Interviews, Radio/Podcasts

Lorens Chuno, Doing Jazz Podcast On his debut album, Vision Ahead, Jonathan Barber delivers some very well executed original compositions. These songs have introspective origins and help shape the current path of his music group also called Vision Ahead. Join Jonathan and Lorens as he talks about Hartford, jam sessions, living in New York and … Read More

INTERVIEW: Keri Johnsrud and Kevin Bales Chat to SDPB about Celebrating the Legacy of Fred Rogers on their Latest Album

June 7, 2018Features, Radio/Podcasts

Karl Gehrke, SDPB Listen here. Although Fred Rogers died in 2003, he’s been getting plenty of attention lately. This year marks the 90th anniversary of his birth and the 50th anniversary of his long-running children’s public television program, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.  A new film documentary, Won’t You Be My Neighbor, opens at select theaters on Friday. And later this summer … Read More

Doing Jazz Interviews Meg Okura

May 21, 2018Radio/Podcasts

Lorens Chuno, Doing Jazz Podcast MEG OKURA is a distinguished violinist/composer who has been decorated with several awards. Her latest album, Ima Ima, is a collection of well thought out and very well executed compositions that stem out of her role as a mother. Join Meg and Lorens as she talks about composing, motherhood, David … Read More

WRTI Picks Guillermo Nojechowicz & El Eco’s “Puerto de Buenos Aires 1933” as Jazz Album of the Week

February 28, 2018Features, Radio/Podcasts, Reviews

Maureen Malloy, WRTI Jazz Album of the Week: A Latin Jazz-Infused Picture of Life in Buenos Aires in 1933 Week of February 26, 2018. Puerto de Buenos Aires 1933: El Eco With Guillermo Nojechowicz. In his latest album, Argentine-born drummer and composer Guillermo Nojechowicz creates an expansive soundscape inspired by his grandmother’s journey from Warsaw to Buenos Aires … Read More

Doing Jazz Podcast Interviews Kelly Green

December 26, 2017Radio/Podcasts

Lorens Chuno, Doing Jazz Podcast KELLY GREEN is a pianist/vocalist/composer whose compositions, playing, and singing exhibit a heightened understanding of the jazz tradition. Join Kelly and Lorens as she talks about Jacksonville, recording vocals and piano simultaneously, Shirley Horn, and many other related stuff. (Music credit: ‘I Sing’, ‘Little Daffodil’, ‘Culture Shock’ by Kelly Green). … Read More