Week of 03/10/16

Premiere DateMar 10, 2016
00:00 BTR The Jazz Hole Live with DJ Linus
02:18 The Bad Duet Tim Hagans & Joe Hertenstein
08:22 Announcement Tim Hagans
09:37 We’re Smiling On The Band Stand The Bad Trio (Tim Hagans, Joe Hertenstein & Ravi Coltrane)
17:44 BTR The Jazz Hole Live with DJ Linus
21:30 Part 1 The Bad Quartet (Tim Hagans, Joe Hertenstein, Ravi Coltrane & Jon Irabagon)
35:34 Part 2 The Bad Quartet (Tim Hagans, Joe Hertenstein, Ravi Coltrane & Jon Irabagon)
42:56 BTR The Jazz Hole Live with DJ Linus
44:12 Part 3 (The Ballad) The Bad Quartet (Tim Hagans, Joe Hertenstein, Ravi Coltrane & Jon Irabagon)
51:00 BTR The Jazz Hole Live with DJ Linus
51:37 Part 4 The Bad Quartet (Tim Hagans, Joe Hertenstein, Ravi Coltrane & Jon Irabagon)
61:22 Finish

The Jazz Hole Live presents a set by the Grammy-nominated trumpet legend Tim Hagans and the NYC-based German drummer Joe Hertenstein recorded live (by sound engineer Onur Gul) at Nublu as part of the 2015 Nublu Jazz Festival in New York, NY on December 13th 2015. Their duo project The Bad Duets began as a bi-weekly concert series of freely improvised music and usually features a special guest. This time they were joined by two internationally-acclaimed saxophonists: Ravi Coltrane and Jon Irabagon.

Link to today’s artists:
Tim Hagans
Joe Hertenstein
Ravi Coltrane
Jon Irabagon

Personnel:
THE BAD DUET, THE BAD TRIO, THE BAD QUARTET
Joe Hertenstein (drums)
Tim Hagans (trumpet)
Ravi Coltrane (tenor saxophone)
Jon Irabagon (alto saxophone)

All compositions improvised freely by Joe Hertenstein, Tim Hagans, Ravi Coltrane and Jon Irabagon
All tracks recorded live by Onur Gul at Nublu as part of the 2015 Nublu Jazz Festival in New York, NY on December 13th 2015


The Bad Quartet (left to right: Ravi Coltrane, Jon Irabagon, Tim Hagans & Joe Herstenstein) / Photo by Vladimir Radojicic

Linus Wyrsch is one of New York City's most sought-after clarinetists and saxophonists. Full of passion for jazz, Brazilian and Latin music, the Swiss native maintains a busy performance and recording schedule.…

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