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The Jazz88 RestauranTour is back with a delightful  evening of  Food, Music and Community at the Gardens of Salonica in Minneapolis on Thursday, October 26th  with seating at 7:00 p.m. Join Chef Anna Christoforides as she presents a 3 course menu with wine pairings showcasing new recipes gathered from her tours throughout Greece—Santorini, Skopelos, Crete, Salonica and more. Live music is part...
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In October 1997, Kevin Barnes launched String Theory, a unique radio show which explores a world of compelling music, on Jazz88 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...
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Arne Fogel of The Bing Shift
Jazz88’s The Bing Shift has been added to the schedule of Crosby Internet Radio, which streams at the official Bing Crosby web site, www.bingcrosby.com. Arne Fogel has been hosting The Bing Shift on Jazz88 for 11 years, and has long had a good relationship with the Crosby family. Arne was thrilled with the news, saying, “It’s really something...
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Hiromi/Edmar Castaneda “Live In Montreal” (Telarc) Released October 6, 2017 If you think about it, the harp is just a piano with its guts strewn about. Or, to be more historically accurate, the piano is a harp with little hammers. However you choose to break it down, the two go together like apples and cinnamon....
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Lawrence University
Brian Pertl is the dean of the Conservatory of Music at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wis. He spoke with Jazz88’s Emily Reese about the Lawrence Faculty Jazz Quartet and their upcoming show at the Dakota on Tuesday, October 17. http://kbem-recast.streamguys1.com/content/u20171013072809114.mp3 Originally aired on The Morning Show, Friday, Oct. 13, 2017
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