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Muses And Stuff Podcast – EP 86 : Molly Johnson & The Kensington Market Jazz Festival

Attention all music lovers! Canadian Jazz Legend Molly Johnson has been hard at work with her incredible team to make this years Kensington Jazz Festival the best one yet. Going into their third year this extra special music festival keeps growing stronger with a whopping 300+ musicians bringing their talents to one of Toronto’s greatest neighbourhoods. Three days, one hundred and Fifty performances, this festival is born from music lovers FOR music lovers. You won’t find any advanced tickets here, Molly wants you to come down, roam around, find what…

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Working Drummer Podcast – 177 – Isabelle De Leon: The DC Scene, A Journey Into and Out of Jazz, Gender Politics in Music

In this podcast, Isabelle talks about: Her recent performance with an all-female drumline for “A Capitol Fourth“ Ivy Rose’s appearance on America’s Got Talent, and the difficult criticisms that came from it DC’s music scene, “a working musician’s city,” and its musical identity and history from punk to go-go The central part music played in her family and Filipino culture Being the only female in a college jazz department, and the only one with no jazz training Finding her passion for jazz through passion for specific players The male-derived climate…

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Joel Gausten – A Box of Bernie

Check out Joel’s post on Bernie Worrell: As anyone who regularly reads this site knows, Bernie Worrell was my favorite musician. In the summer of 2015, Bernie’s wife, Judie, posted on Facebook that they were in the process of moving to Seattle from their home in New Jersey. Unfortunately, they had boxes of Bernie’s CDs that they couldn’t afford to transport across the country. She asked fans if they were interested in making offers on those boxes before they were taken to the dump. These were difficult words to read.…

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drumtalk – [episode 36] – Stewart Copeland

I had the great opportunity to meet Stewart Copeland at his hotel while on tour with his new project Gizmodrome and it turned out to be a very humorous encounter with so many facets of art: composing music or playing music, planning thing or letting things happen, hating or loving jazz, scoring films or writing a ballet… Whether it’s his razor sharp hihat or his witty mind — this talk was full of joy!

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No Guitar Is Safe – Episode 74 – Mimi Fox

Today, we cruise the ‘copter up the Bay Area, north of San Francisco, and drop in on renowned jazz virtuoso MIMI FOX. Playing both acoustic (a Taylor steel-string) and electric (her signature-model Heritage jazz box), Mimi reveals some of her favorite approaches to improvisation, song arranging, and performing. She also shares what it was like be the only jazzer at Paul Gilbert’s guitar camp, sign a record deal with Steve Vai, and have late, great jazz legend Joe Pass as her mentor.

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Modern Drummer Magazine – Podcast Episode 146: Stanley Clarke’s Mike Mitchell, Developing the Weaker Hand, Tempest Bell Bronze Snare, and More

In this episode Mike and Mike discuss rising star Mike Mitchell, who’s currently legendary jazz/fusion bassist Stanley Clarke’s drummer of choice. The education segment focuses on exercises for developing the weaker hand. Up for review is a mammoth 8×14 bell bronze snare from German company Tempest. After fielding a few listener questions, the show concludes with picks of the week. http://media.blubrry.com/mdpodcastmikeandmike/s/www.moderndrummer.com/wp-content/uploads/podcasts/Episode_146_Mike_Mitchell_Developing_the_Weaker_Hand_Tempest_Bell_Bronze_and_More.mp3

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Amps & Axes Podcast – #232 – Denny Jiosa

Welcome CastFans to another episode in the ongoing musical journey that is your Amps and Axes Podcast. In this offering, the guys bring you a guitarist who started his musical endeavors at a very early age. Currently a Nashville resident by way of his LA education, his playing forte’ falls under the very large Jazz umbrella. He is about to release his new CD which is certainly not the typical Nashville offering and is even a bit of a departure for him! Don your ear buds, grab a glass of…

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Working Drummer Podcast – 169 – Brandon Goodwin: Leading an Original Jazz Group, Workshopping with Delfeayo Marsalis, The Montreal Scene

In this podcast, Brandon talks about: What Charlie Haden means to him and the jazz world in general The drummers Haden was most associated with, especially Paul Motian, and the influence they had on Brandon The subject matter of Kanata Traveling to New Orleans to meet with Delfeayo Marsalis and workshop the compositions and recording/producing techniques for the record Montreal culture His early drumming influences, from Grohl to Bonham to Blakey His experience at Concordia University in Montreal His thoughts on accessibility vs. expression, as a drummer and composer http://media.blubrry.com/mjackson/p/workingdrummer.net/wd_podcasts/WorkingDrummer_269_Brandon_Goodwin.m4a

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Australian Musician – HENRY BUTLER AUSTRALIAN INTERVIEW

Australian Musician’s Greg Phillips chatted with American piano great Henry Butler while he was in Melbourne, Australia playing some gigs with his Jambalaya band, which features Fred Cash (bass), Bobby Bryan (guitar) and Adrian Harpham (drums). Henry Butler is considered one of the finest exponents of the fabled New Orleans jazz and blues piano tradition that goes way back to Jelly Roll Morton, but Henry Butler doesn’t restrict himself to boundaries. He’s worked with James Taylor, Cyndi Lauper, and the Afghan Wigs, along with such traditional jazz groups as the…

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Modern Drummer Magazine – Episode 141: Dafnis Prieto, Must-Know Grooves, VK Snare, and More

In this episode Mike and Mike discuss Cuban-born jazz great Dafnis Prieto, whose new big band album, Back to the Sunset, is out now. The education segment focuses on a handful of must-know grooves for working drummers. Up for review is a 4.5×14 sterling silver snare from English drum builder Van Kleef. After fielding a few listener questions, the show concludes with picks of the week. http://media.blubrry.com/mdpodcastmikeandmike/s/www.moderndrummer.com/wp-content/uploads/podcasts/Episode_141_Dafnis_Prieto_Must-Know_Grooves_VK_Silver_Snare_and_More.mp3

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Reverb – Snarky Puppy’s Bob Lanzetti On Close Intervals & His Signature Fodera Guitar | Reverb Interview

Snarky Puppy’s Bob Lanzetti is known for a jazz fusion style that favors melodic picking and chording over an open drone note. He feels that his inspiration comes from his time as a student of Vic Juris and his love of Wayne Krantz. Watch as he works with close intervals to make for more dynamic riffing.

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No Guitar Is Safe – Episode 70 – Adrian Legg

In the hands of ADRIAN LEGG, a guitar becomes an orchestra, which explains why Guitar Player magazine readers voted Adrian Legg “Best Acoustic Fingerstylist” four years in a row in the ’90s. This episode puts you onstage with Adrian at the Tower Theatre Lounge in Fresno, CA, an hour or so before doors open. Get ready — the British guitar legend is about to blow your mind when he demonstrates several of his sonic secrets for you, including his soulful pedal-steel-style bends, his sneaky use of set-interval banjo tuners, and…

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Guitar Speak Podcast – Adam Miller – GSP #80

Welcome to episode 80 – and the 2nd anniversary – of the Guitar Speak Podcast. Today we speak to the globe trotting novacastrian, Adam Miller. Adam first appeared during episode 61 in a brief interview leading up the the Sydney Guitar Festival in 2017. He is back for an in depth interview to discuss his fantastic new instrumental album, ‘The Defining of Success’. Adam effortlessly fuses jazz, soul, blues and hip hop influences into his own unique voice. Adam talks about crafting dynamic tones, embracing space, loving NAMM and talking his way…

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Amps & Axes Podcast – #225 – Dani Rabin

Shalom ‘CastFans and welcome to the worldwide wonder that is your Amps and Axes Podcast. In this adventure, the guys bring you a guitarist from a Chicago based band that was formed by the guitarist and saxophonist in Israel. The duo moved to Chicago, met up with a drummer formerly with the Pat Metheny Group, added a bassist and continued under the name they began with in Israel. Find your Happy’Cast place and listen to the whole international story of the band Marbin as told by guitarist Dani Rabin. Enjoy!

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