Roger Lewis and the Good News from New Orleans

Interview with Roger Lewis


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Jazz on the Tube talks with Roger Lewis of the Dirty Dozen Brass Band.

We go into the evolution of brass bands and then dive deep into the living, breathing traditions of New Orleans music.

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– Ken McCarthy
Jazz on the Tube

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Michael Lazaroff: Taking live-streaming to a new level

Interview with Michael Lazaroff


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– Ken McCarthy
Jazz on the Tube

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Music credit: The Jazz on the Tube podcast theme song is “Mambo Inferno” performed by The Manhattan School of Music Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra conducted by Bobby Sanabria from the CD ¡Que Viva Harlem!

Harlem of the West – The San Francisco Jazz Era

Interview with Elizabeth Pepin and Lewis Watts


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You can order Harlem of the West – The San Francisco Jazz Era here

The Fillmore played a big part in my life.

In 1967, as a seven year old I used to take my 5 year old brother to school and we changed buses at Fillmore and Geary. Public transit. Different times!

Later I lived on California and Fillmore from 1990 to 1998, a glorious time to live in San Francisco.

During that period, I built one of the world’s first online-only museums and it was dedicated to – of course – the history of Fillmore Street.

Every shred of Fillmore’s illustrious jazz history had been stripped away by that point, but bit by bit I reassembled what I could.

Then along came Elizabeth Pepin and Lewis Watts who began an ongoing multi-decade labor of love documenting one of America’s great African-American communities and what at the time was one of the hottest jazz scenes west of the Mississippi.

Their book – now in a brand new addition with 100 brand new pages of photos and text – is luscious.

You can’t understand the history of jazz without having a feel for the “scenes” that made jazz possible and this may be the best capture of a 1940s+ era jazz scene ever.

My fervent wish is that every “scene” find archivists, historians, and story tellers with the same passion and dedication as Pepin and Watts to capture their story while it’s still possible to talk with the people who lived it. This is not just important jazz history, it’s important American history.

A great book for every jazz lover.

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– Ken McCarthy
Jazz on the Tube

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Music credit: The Jazz on the Tube podcast theme song is “Mambo Inferno” performed by The Manhattan School of Music Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra conducted by Bobby Sanabria from the CD ¡Que Viva Harlem!

Michael Lazaroff: The Jazz Cruise comes to Vegas

Interview with Michael Lazaroff


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TheJazzCruise.com
Sunday, February 21 – Friday, February 26, 2021

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Sunday, February 28 through Friday, March 5, 2021

– Ken McCarthy
Jazz on the Tube

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Music credit: The Jazz on the Tube podcast theme song is “Mambo Inferno” performed by The Manhattan School of Music Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra conducted by Bobby Sanabria from the CD ¡Que Viva Harlem!

Alina Bloomgarden and MusicontheInside.org

Interview with Alina Bloomgarden


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Alina is the person who brought jazz to Lincoln Center, helping forever transform the way jazz is presented globally.

Her latest project Music on the Inside brings jazz , music education, and mentorship to incarcerated people and people re-entering society after being imprisoned.

Music on the Inside hosts a streaming concert every Sunday at 6 PM eastern.

You can support this organization directly as well as the musicians who contribute their time – and we strongly recommend you do so.

Tech note: Thanks to all the darn conferencing apps we’ve added to the computer in recent months and the way that some of them (i.e. Zoom) hijack and scramble settings on our computer, the normal headphone setting we had on was, unbeknownst to us, switched off even though it indicated it was on. Thus our end of the conversation was recorded off the computer’s speakers. This is the reason for the poor audio quality of the recording and the constant air conditioner’s hum in the background.

– Ken McCarthy
Jazz on the Tube

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Music credit: The Jazz on the Tube podcast theme song is “Mambo Inferno” performed by The Manhattan School of Music Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra conducted by Bobby Sanabria from the CD ¡Que Viva Harlem!

Interview with Alexis Cole of JazzVoice.org

Interview with Alexis Cole of JazzVoice.org


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Next Masterclass: Alexis Cole
June 20, 2020 – 9 PM EST
Four ways to legato

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June 28, Cyrille Aimée
July 9, Johnny O’Neal
July 18, Karrin Allyson
July 23, Jane Monheit
July 28, John Proulx
August 4, Catherine Russell

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– Ken McCarthy
Jazz on the Tube

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Music credit: The Jazz on the Tube podcast theme song is “Mambo Inferno” performed by The Manhattan School of Music Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra conducted by Bobby Sanabria from the CD ¡Que Viva Harlem!