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Emily Reese
Clarinetist Evan Christopher plays at Vieux Carre tonight in celebration of the tricentennial of New Orleans. He stopped by the Jazz88 studio to talk about tonight’s show and the city he calls home. https://kbem-od.streamguys1.com/kbem/20181128113236-EvanChristopheratVieuxCarre2018.mp3 Originally aired Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2018 on the Morning Show with Emily Reese.
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The president and treasurer of the Twin Cities chapter of the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA-TC) stopped by Jazz88 to talk about this weekend’s HLAA-TC conference. Christine Morgan and Lionel Locke talked about the importance of helping those who lose hearing later in life. The conference features speakers and exhibitors, with free hearing screenings....
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Author Kristal Leebrick stopped by Jazz88 to talk about her new book, Thank You For Shopping: The Golden Age of Minnesota Department Stores. The book tells the history of stores like Dayton’s, Donaldson’s, Powers and more, with photos, anecdotes and well-known recipes from the stores’ eating establishments. Leebrick talks about how these stores helped Minneapolis...
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Pianist Larry McDonough and guitarist Joel Shapira are playing the music of Bill Evans and Jim Hall at the Black Dog in St. Paul on Thursday, Nov. 15th from 7:30 p.m. Р9:30 p.m. Bill Evans and Jim Hall recorded two duo albums together; Undercurrent came out in 1962 and Intermodulation came out in 1966. Larry...
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We have a new special on Jazz88 called Live From Studio 1, featuring long-form interviews and performances by Minnesota musicians. Our first broadcast guest was Nelson Devereaux, a Milwaukee transplant who’s made the Twin Cities his home since graduating from the University of Minnesota in 2012. Nelson released his new album, Bad Water, Nov. 10th....
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The group, byerSelf (pronounced “by yourself”), is a collaboration between cellist Greg Byers, percussionist LA Buckner and pianist Javier Santiago. The three stopped by the Jazz88 studio to talk about their upcoming tour, how they met and what makes their music unique. http://kbem-recast.streamguys1.com/content/u20181106095911203.mp3 Originally aired Tuesday, Nov. 06, 2018 on the Morning Show with Emily...
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Vocalist Maud Hixson has two shows coming up in the Twin Cities. Saturday night, Nov. 10, she’s singing with pianist Rick Carlson and his trio at the Bloomington Center for the Arts at 7:30 p.m. It’s a Cole Porter tribute show. Monday night, she’ll sing in the Dunsmore Room at Crooners Lounge and Supper Club...
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Pianist Cameron Graves is bringing his trio to the Dakota Sunday, Nov. 4th at 7:00 p.m. He’ll play with bassist Max Gerl and drummer Mike Mitchell, both of whom hail from Dallas, Tex. Cameron comes from LA, where he met saxophonist Kamasi Washington, trombonist Ryan Porter and other West Coast Get Down members in high...
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A new exhibit showcasing artifacts from two cities submerged in the Mediterranean Sea opens Sunday, Nov. 4th at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. French archaeologist Franck Goddio discovered the two cities, Canopus and Thonis-Heracleion, in 2000. He spoke with Jazz88’s Emily Reese about what we’ve learned from these two cities buried beneath the waters of...
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Fourteen-year-old pianist Joey Alexander is playing two shows at the Dakota tonight (Thursday, Oct. 11th) at 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. with Reuben Rogers on bass and Johnathan Blake on drums. He spoke with Jazz88’s Emily Reese about the shows and his newest albums, Eclipse and Legion of Peace. http://kbem-recast.streamguys1.com/content/u20181011083909196.mp3 Originally aired Thursday, Oct. 11...
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