01/04 – 01/10: Jazz on the Tube Weekly Review

Monday, January 11, 2021

Jazz Birthdays: Lee Ritenour, Wilbur DeParis, Osie Johnson

* Lee Ritenour

Video link: https://jazzonthetube.com/video/a-little-bumpin/

* Wilbur DeParis

* Osie Johnson

Review: LIVE – Mariel Bildsten

Video link: https://www.jazzonthetube.com/mariel-bildsten/?omhide=true
 

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Jazz Birthdays: Jay McShann, Ronald Shannon Jackson, Olu Dara, George Duke, Trummy Young, Ruth Brown

* Jay McShann

Video link: https://jazzonthetube.com/video/kewpie-doll/?omhide=true

* Ronald Shannon Jackson

Video link: https://jazzonthetube.com/video/sundays-bells/?omhide=true

* Olu Dara

Video link: https://jazzonthetube.com/video/your-lips/?omhide=true

* George Duke

Video link: https://jazzonthetube.com/video/rush-hour-road-rage/?omhide=true

* Trummy Young

* Ruth Brown

Review: LIVE – Mark G. Meadows

Video link: https://www.jazzonthetube.com/mark-g-meadows/?omhide=true
 

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Jazz Birthdays: Danny Barker, Joe Pass

* Danny Barker

Video link: https://jazzonthetube.com/video/day-people-night-people/?omhide=true

* Joe Pass

Video link: https://jazzonthetube.com/video/satin-doll-2/?omhide=true

Review: LIVE – Caleb Curtis

Video link: https://www.jazzonthetube.com/caleb-curtis/?omhide=true
 

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Jazz Birthdays: Grady Tate, Allen Toussaint, Billy Butterfield, Kenny Wheeler

* Grady Tate

Video link: https://jazzonthetube.com/video/the-jumpin-blues/?omhide=true

* Allen Toussaint

Video link: https://jazzonthetube.com/video/southern-nights/?omhide=true

* Billy Butterfield

* Kenny Wheeler

Review: LIVE – Mason Razavi

Video link: https://www.jazzonthetube.com/mason-razavi/?omhide=true
 

Friday, January 15, 2021

Jazz Birthdays: Gene Krupa, Baikida Carroll, Hartmut Geerken

* Gene Krupa

Video link: https://jazzonthetube.com/video/sing-sing-sing-with-a-swing/?omhide=true

* Baikida Carroll

Video link: https://jazzonthetube.com/video/shadows-and-reflections/?omhide=true

* Hartmut Geerken

Review: LIVE – Maud Hixson

Video link: https://www.jazzonthetube.com/maud-hixson/?omhide=true
 

Saturday, January 16, 2021

NEW – Warren Wolf & Joe Locke – Bud Powell – 2020

Video link: https://jazzonthetube.com/video/bud-powell-2020/

Review: LIVE – Melanie Scholtz

Video link: https://www.jazzonthetube.com/melanie-scholtz/
 

Sunday, January 17, 2021

Jazz Birthdays: Billy Harper, Cedar Walton, Big Sid Catlett, Cyrus Chestnut

* Billy Harper

Video link: https://jazzonthetube.com/video/blues-to-senegal/

* Cedar Walton

Video link: https://jazzonthetube.com/video/bolivia-it-dont-mean-a-thing/

* Big Sid Catlett

* Cyrus Chestnut
 

Interview with Alexis Cole of JazzVoice.org

Interview with Alexis Cole of JazzVoice.org


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– Ken McCarthy
Jazz on the Tube

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Words from Sonny

The Jazz Foundation gave Sonny a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2015.

Here’s what he had to say:

“I’m one of the soldiers in the spiritual battle of jazz.”

This comes from a very recent report with David Amram:

“Last week I spoke to Sonny Rollins on the phone.We have known one another since 1955 when I was playing with Mingus and are the same age. I asked him if he was o.k. up in Woodstock, since he can’t play anymore and is housebound.

He said he was fine, even though he is housebound and can’t play the saxophone any more but said he is happier than ever.

He told me that all of us were so fixated on the Virus and our current mis-Administration that we forgot about the Golden Rule and that we should devote ourselves to following it each day as our number one priority!!

“That’s all I think about” he said.”We are all just here for a while and then turn to dust. But the spirit lasts forever”

David comments: How ’bout THAT, compared with the news channels constant morbid fixation on doom, gloom and death and airing of interviews with politicians on both sides hustling us?

How about that?

Part One: Warsaw. October 23, 1980
Part Two: Lauren, Netherlands. October 23, 1973

– Ken McCarthy
Jazz on the Tube

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Financial aid for musicians

Most musicians are self-employed.

If you set yourself up as a business and you’ve filed with the IRS, you may qualify for stimulus help.

It’s not going to be easy, but it is doable and may well be worth the effort.

This guy makes it as clear as it possibly can be – and time is of the essence.

He’s also got lots and lots of other useful videos on the stimulus program.

Note: This video is applicable to ALL self-employed people.

This is a strange topic for Jazz on the Tube but we have A LOT of self-employed musicians as subscribers.

If you want some fresh music, explore our 2,500+ video archive or our nearly 100 podcasts.

– Ken McCarthy
Jazz on the Tube

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2020 Jazz Heroes announced

2020 Jazz Heroes announced

Click here and meet the 2020 Jazz Heroes

Every year, the Jazz Journalists Association, a wonderful institution led for years by veteran jazz writer Howard Mandel, releases a sparkling jewel of inspiration…

The stories of jazz heroes who help foster the jazz scene in places large and small throughout
America.

This year twenty-seven jazz heroes/angels are being recognized.  Check the out and be cheered.

– Ken McCarthy
Jazz on the Tube

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