The Clayton Brothers
Brand new tracks by the Alex LoRe Quartet and by Andrew Downing plus much more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
New tracks from the Novas Trio, plus Mika Mimura, KJ Denhert, The Clayton Brothers and other highlights on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole
Check out music from two new albums on today’s Jazz Hole with Linus. “Plucky Strum” by Harvie S and Sheryl Bailey, and “Moncaup” by Nicole Johaenntgen. Plus a special greeting from legendary bassist John Clayton.
Today on The Jazz Hole with Linus: Music by Tim Mayer, The Clayton Brothers, Fred Hersch and Julian Lage and many others.
Today’s hour of jazz includes new winner of the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Saxophone Competition Melissa Aldana, more from Fred Hersch and Julian Lage, The Clayton Brothers, exciting News from the European trio East Drive and more. In the middle of the show, Linus also talks about an important figure of the Bossa Nova genre, Oscar Castro-Neves, who sadly passed away on September 27th.
Legendary bassist John Clayton is today’s inspiring interview guest on The Jazz Hole with Linus. Here him talk about his upcoming event The LA Treasures Project and the Clayton-Hamilton Orchestra, as well as his collaborations with world-class drummer Jeff Hamilton, his brother Jeff Clayton and his son Gerald Clayton, plus some insight into his work with Monty Alexander, Count Basie, Diana Krall and of course the late great Ray Brown.