Linus Wyrsch
Nice surprises on here today, including a new track from a previously unreleased album by the great Freddie Hubbard.
A live recording from the Snug Harbor Jazz Bistro in New Orleans, LA by “The Wee Trio”, which consists of James Westfall on vibraphone, Dan Loomis on bass and Jared Schonig on drums. So far they released 2 albums ‘Capitol Diner, Vol. 1’ and ‘Capitol Diner, Vol. 2 – Animal Style’ and they are just about to release their newest one entitled ‘Ashes to Ashes: A David Bowie INTRAspective’.
Don’t worry, no overplayed Christmas classics on here, just some cool jazz by the Ernesto Cervini Quartet, the Larry Fuller Trio, Rale Micic, the hard-swingin’ Gene Harris Quartet and many others.
Enjoy a mixture of big names such as Claudio Roditi, Tamir Hendelman and the Mingus Big Band, and talented young artists such as the Ernesto Cervini Quartet, Piotr Torunski and more.
With the cold months approaching, I am going to teach you a delicious alpine meal “Alpler Magronen”, which basically means alpine macaroni.
On Today's show we have the chance to listen to a set by one of the finest piano players of NYC, Jean-Michel Pilc. The French born pianist recently celebrated his 51st birthday, on October 19th at the Klavierhaus in New York City by playing a wonderful set of solo piano
A great hour of music here on The Jazz Hole, featuring Fred Hersch, Chris Potter, Javon Jackson and many others.
Clark Terry just released “Clark – The Autobiography of Clark Terry” (University of California Press) and today it’s all about him and some of the musicians he inspires. New York City-based pianist Helen Sung was generous enough to give us some extra insight.
Underground jazz of the finest on here today with German drummer Joe Hertenstein’s group featuring Pascal Niggenkemper and Darius Jones, recorded live on July 8th 2011 at The Stone in NYC, as part of the Cleanfeed Festival.
Interview guest Cedric Hanriot on the show today, talking about his new album “French Stories” featuring Terri Lyne Carrington and John Patitucci. Also, new releases by Violette (“Simpe is Beautiful”) and Akiko Ito (“Memory Lane”) and much more.
A show packed with good stuff! Freddie Hubbard, Lew Tabackin, Claudio Roditi, Toninho Horta and many more. Also, two great NYC-based singers: Alma Micic and Cyrille Aimee.
Check out the Randy Johnston interview today, next to some fantastic unreleased Freddie Hubbard music and much more.
Minerva is a trio lead by the Italian drummer and composer Carlo Costa. JP Schlegelmilch from New Hampshire joins him on piano with the French-German bassist Pascal Niggenkemper. A studio album has been released in May 2011 and today, we will be listening to a live recording from June 28th 2011 at Korzo in Brooklyn, NY.
A nice mix today including the legendary Ornette Coleman, Colombian composer and pianist Juan Andres Ospina, the Swiss-born NYC pianist Manu Koch and many more.
A spectacular show, including a trio with the amazing Larry Fuller, Ray Brown on bass and Jeff Hamilton on drums. Also, introducing vocalist Laura Brunner and others.
Something very special today – instead of playing an entire concert, check out great artists and great tunes from past live shows – including the Chris Ward Band, the Curtis Brothers, the Grace Kelly Quintet, Mark Shilansky and many more.
It’s time to prepare you for fall and winter. Learn how to make delicious homemade mashed potatoes with a nice Filet Mignon
Cool down with diverse jazz artists from all over the world, such as Toninho Horta, the Brooklyn Big Band, Violette and more.
Two brand new CD releases featured on “The Jazz Hole” today! “We Are Water” by the American singer and composer Jocelyn Medina, and “Organized Memories” by the Israeli guitarist and composer Ben Azar. Also, a bunch of excellent pianists such as Geoffrey Keezer, Yoko Miwa and Dado Moroni.
The BTR Jazz Hole Live with Linus, this month with a live set by the extraordinary American singer and composer Jocelyn Medina and her Quartet. This was recorded just a month ago on June 9th at the Spitalkeller in Offenburg, Germany.
A very special guest on this July 3rd edition of the Jazz Hole. Linus is talking a true master of the saxophone and the flute, Lew Tabackin, covering anything from his early influences to his wife Toshiko Akiyoshi and even his trademark beard.
Two tracks from vocalist Gabriela Martina’s new album “Curiosity” on here today, next to more music from the Thiago Ferte Quartet and much more.
A fantastic set by guitarist Nadav Remez recorded at Smalls Jazz Club in NYC on April 24th. This was one of his CD release shows for his album “So Far”, which is available on his website
An introduction to many new releases such as the Nadav Remez album “So Far”, next to some underground jazz by Thiago Ferte, Joe Albano and others.
Music by our discovery artist of the upcoming week, George Mel. Plus a conversation with Eliane Amherd, one of the hottest forces of the New Yorker jazz, brazilian and latin scene. She just released her new album “Now And From Now On”. Another fantastic release entitled “Spread The Music, Not The Name” by the incredibly talented Katerina Polemi will also be focus on today’s show.
Check out this great set recorded at Hampshire College in Amherst, MA on April 11, 2011. Dan Berg & the Gestalt, based in NYC, recently released their debut albums “Manifesto”.
Medeski, Martin & Wood open this show that also features artists such as Beat Kaestli, Melissa Aldana and Mike Garson.