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Here at Jazz88, we want to highlight Phil Nusbaum and his THIRTY YEARS of hosting Bluegrass Saturday Morning. Phil is an integral part of Jazz88, and this June, Jazz88 Development Specialist and fill-in host Andrew Diemand wrote the below piece on how Phil has influenced him as a fan of bluegrass, a radio listener, and...
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Jazz88’s Peter Solomon spoke with vocalist Jennifer Grimm and 16-year-old saxophonist Grady Cartony about “Next Generation: Jazz,” a show focusing on young jazz artists taking place at Crooners at 5 PM on Sunday, July 21st. Two other showcases at Crooners will feature young artists from the classical scene and the musical theater community. https://kbem-od.streamguys1.com/kbem/20240718110950-JenniferGrimmandGradyCartony_01.mp3 More...
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Lucia Sarmiento is a local artist who recently released a single titled “Look Up,” which features her incredible saxophone skills. To me, this song perfectly encapsulates the nature of curiosity and wonder. You can hear her genuine joy for creating music and how that’s expressed in “Look Up.” She has an obvious talent at integrating...
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Bassist Greg Bryant is one half of the jazz duo Concurrence. On their new album, Indivisible, he and pianist Paul Horton use an entire toolbox of expression to tell the story of the impact of Interstate 40 on Black neighborhoods in Nashville. Bryant, who hails from Nashville, discussed how he and Horton came to tell...
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