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Performer Lisa Brimmer stopped by the Morning Show today to talk about tonight’s show at Icehouse. The Feels provides artists with a positive environment to debut new music and poetry. The show starts at 10 PM. http://kbem-recast.streamguys1.com/content/u20171227081900150.mp3 Originally aired Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2017 on the Morning Show with Emily Reese.
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Minnesota pianist/composer Joe Chouinard has a new CD out of Christmas music called Joey to the World. He’s done arrangements of some of his favorite Christmas songs, with one original called “Yellowstone.” You can celebrate the release of the CD along with Joe at Crooners Lounge and Supper Club Wednesday, Dec. 13 at 7:30 p.m. Joining...
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Japanese pop-star turned jazz musician, Senri Oe, is back in Minneapolis for two special performances on Tuesday, Nov. 28. He stopped by the Jazz88 studio to talk about the shows, his new holiday song “The Garden Christmas” and his new solo album that drops next year. His first show is at MSP International Airport in...
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Brad Bellows, the executive director of the Leigh Kamman Legacy Project, stopped by the Jazz88 studios to talk about the project fundraiser. The event is Tuesday, Nov. 28th at the Dakota at 7:00 PM. Performers include Karrin Allyson, Laura Caviani, Phil Hey and Gordon Johnson, and will be emceed by broadcasting legend, Bill McGlaughlin. Celebrate...
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Steinway Artist, Butch Thompson, has been hosting Jazz Originals on Jazz88 for 25 years, and that’s cause for celebration! The formula for this long-running weekly radio show is simple: Butch plays and discusses vintage jazz recordings. With just enough background and analysis, Butch puts the listener in touch with the music’s inventors. This 25 year...
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Cuban-born, Minneapolis-based pianist Nachito Herrera plays at the Dakota Friday night, showcasing the music of American composer George Gerswhin and Cuban composer Ernesto Lecuona. The show will be recorded, and released as Nachito’s third Live at the Dakota album. This will also be his first solo record. Hear Nachito talk about Gerswhin, Lecuona, and recording...
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Escape the Winter Blues with Jazz88 friends and experience music, art and culture in Panama! Download the brochure/registration form We depart January 17 for a nine-day trip to Panama City and the luxurious resort community of Playa Blanca, including two days at the internationally-renowned Panama City Jazz Festival. E-mail KevinB@Jazz88fm.com to learn more about the...
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In October 1997, Kevin Barnes launched String Theory, a unique radio show which explores a world of compelling music, on 88.5 FM. Join as at The Dakota, Sunday, November 12th from 4 to 6 p.m. for a special celebration featuring performances by a wonderfully diverse group of String Theory friends including: Dean Magraw, Steven Hobert,...
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Jazz88’s REEL Jazz Film Series is pleased to partner with Larry McDonough and the Leigh Kamman Legacy Project to present the Minnesota premier of Bruce Spiegel’s documentary “Bill Evans Time Remembered – The Life and Music of Bill Evans”, Thursday evening November 9th , 7-9:30 p.m. at the Heights Theater. The documentary was 8 years in...
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This weekend, the Guthrie Theater presents the Iraqi and American Reconciliation Project’s Birds Sing Differently Here. Ten Iraqi-Minnesotan immigrants and refugees will tell their stories in a play in both English and Arabic. The play’s director, Taous Claire Khazem, stopped by the Jazz88 studio to talk about the project. Birds Sing Differently Here is at the Guthrie’s...
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