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The Jazz Hole with Linus on Christmas Day, feat. Glenn Crytzer’s Savoy Seven, Eyal VIlner Big Band, Javon Jackson & Les McCann and others
An hour of jazz on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus, featuring artists Fred Hersch & Julian Lage, the Ted Nash Big Band and more
New tracks by Joe Benjamin And A Mighty Handful, The Grand St. Stompers, the Eyal Vilner Big Band and more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole
Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus includes music by Andrew Downing, Sofia Ribeiro, Gerald Clayton, Alexis Cuadrado and many others
Enjoy some new tracks by modus factor and by the Simone Daclon Trio on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
Norbert Stachel, LehCats, Plucky Strum, the New York Gypsy All-Stars and much more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus features interview guest Ted Nash talking about his new album “Presidential Suite” and more.
Check out today's episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus featuring tracks by Snaggle, Nick Sanders & Logan Strosahl, Patrick Zimmerli and more
Brilliant composer and drummer Matt Slocum talks about his new album Trio Pacific, Vol. 1 on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
The Jazz Hole host Linus Wyrsch talks to the acclaimed jazz star Delfeayo Marsalis, whose new album “Make America Great Again!” just came out.
Music from four brand new albums (Philippe Lemm Trio, The Westerlies, A.G.N.Z. and The Wee Trio) on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
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
Introducing new albums by Ben Wendel, the Huntertones, Ricardo Grilli and much more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
Brand new music by Rale Micic, Shirantha Beddage, Eric St-Laurent and much more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
Children’s music artist Lucy Kalantari talks about her album “Big Things” with The Jazz Hole host (and the album’s clarinetist) Linus Wyrsch
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
The Jazz Hole’s host Linus Wyrsch talks to Claude Diallo about their common duo album and to Gizem Gokoglu about her composition Hayir
Iris Ornig is interviewed on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole plus tracks by the Novas Trio and by Claude Diallo & Linus Wyrsch
New tracks from Morgan Guerin, Julian Waterfall Pollack, SPACEPILOT and a lot more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole.
Today on The Jazz Hole: Ricardo Grilli, Fred Hersch, Beat Kaestli, Yoko Miwa, The Grand St. Stompers and Myriad3
Myriad3, Leo Genovese (feat. Esperanza Spalding), Greg Murphy, Sofia Ribeiro, Helen Sung and more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole
More from the brand new Eric Hargett Trio album Steppin’ Up (featuring Joey DeFrancesco and Gerry Gibbs) on The Jazz Hole with Linus today, next to many other great artists and groups like Petros Sakelliou Visual Music Circus, Sullivan Fortner, Eliane Amherd, Joe Benjamin And A Mighty Handful, Brian Pareschi and The BP Express and Florencia Gonzalez.   Links to today’s artists: Eric Hargett Trio Petros Sakelliou Visual Music Circus Sullivan Fortner Eliane Amherd Joe Benjamin And A Mighty Handful Brian Pareschi and The BP Express Florencia Gonzalez   PERSONNEL: Eric Hargett Trio - Pacific Voyage Album: Steppin’ Up Eric Hargett (ts, fender rhodes, vib), Joey DeFrancesco (hammond B3 org, moog lead) and Gerry Gibbs (d) Petros Sakelliou Visual Music Circus - Ironic Dance Suite I Album: Visual Music Circus Petros Sakelliou (p), Magda Giannikou (acc), Ryoichi Yamaki (as, ss), Mika Mimura (vib), Linus Wyrsch (cl), Susanna Quilter (fl, picc), Anna Hoffmann (bs, as), Ben Powell, Tomoko Omura (violin), Yuki Ito (b), Keita Ogawa (perc) and Ryo Noritake (d) Sullivan Fortner - “Aria” & “Parade” Album: Aria Sullivan Fortner (p), Tivon Pennicott (ss, ts), Aidan Caroll (b) and Joe Dyson (d) Eliane Amherd - Knowing That I’m A Fool Album: Skylines Eliane Amherd (voc, g), Jeremy Lawton (hammond B3 org), Gustavo Amarante (b) and Willard Dyson (d) Eliane Amherd - Turn The World Around Album Skylines Eliane Amherd (voc, g), Gustavo Amarante (b), Willard Dyson (d) and Zé Maurício (perc) Joe Benjamin And A Mighty Handful - The Exterminator Album: (p)art of me Joe Benjamin (voc), Daniel Glaude (as,ss,fl,cl), Gabriel Richards (as,ts,ss), Tove Langhof (ts,fl), Michael O'Neal (bs,b-cl), D. Jordan (b-tb), N. Ranson (tb), Alejandro Berti, A. Philips (tp,flh), D. Denman (p), Raymond Cetta (p) and Michael Gordon (d) Brian Pareschi and The BP Express - “Song For Pea” & “BP Express” Album: Brian Pareschi and The BP Express Brian Pareschi (tp, flh), Matt Hong (as, fl), Mark Hynes (ts), Carl Maraghi (bs), Wayne Goodman (tb), Adam Birnbaum (p), Neal Caine (b) and Andy Watson (d) Florencia Gonzalez - Mujer soñando con la evasion (Woman Dreaming of Escape) Album: Between Loves Florencia Gonzalez (ts), Jonathan Powell (tp, flh), Shannon Barnett (tb), Luis Perdomo (p), Fernando Huergo (b) and Franco Pinna (d)   Sullivan Fortner Eliane Amherd Brian Pareschi
Interview guest Andrew McAnsh talks about his new album Illustrations on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus. McAnsh wrote Illustrations while he lived in Japan during the summers of 2012 and 2013, inspired by Japanese Zen and heavily influenced by the music of the late great Canadian born trumpeter and composer Kenny Wheeler to which this album pays tribute. The other two tracks today are by the acclaimed NYC-based pianist Glenn Zaleski.
Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus includes tracks from the brand new albums Steppin’ Up by the Eric Hargett Trio, Summer Breeze by Greg Murphy and The Rhythm Method by Professor Cunningham & His Old School (featuring Wycliffe Gordon). Additional tracks by Plucky Strum (Harvie S & Sheryl Bailey), Rodrigo Bonelli featuring the late Don Friedman, Manami Morita and the Canadian trio Autobahn.
Tune in to The Jazz Hole with Linus, today with music by Jonathan Powell & nu Sangha, Ryan Keberle & Catharsis, Rob Garcia (featuring Joe Lovano and Noah Preminger), Monika Herzig, Livio Almeida, Danny Bacher and Iris Ornig.
Linus welcomes interview guest Rob Duguay on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole. The NYC-based bassist recently released a new album entitled Safe in Sound with his group SONGEVITY (featuring Justin Kauflin on piano and Nadav Snir-Zelniker on drums). Next to the music of Rob Duguay, you will also get to hear tracks from the new album Of The Tree by the Canadian group Autobahn as well as a track by the NYC-based saxophonist Roxy Coss.
As usual, The Jazz Hole with Linus presents international jazz talents today, including music from the following brand new albums: Naked Conversation by Manami Morita, Illustrations by Andrew McAnsh and Fundamental by the Trevor Giancola Trio. Other artists on today’s show are the Greg Abate Quartet, Andreas Arnold (featuring Vitor Gonçalves), Steve Grover, Jure Pukl and MURAL.
Today’s interview guest on The Jazz Hole with Linus is the Barcelona-born NYC-based bassist, composer and educator Alexis Cuadrado. His new album Poètica features works by the 21st century poets Rowan Ricardo Phillips and Melcion Mateu (plus guitarist Miles Okazaki, pianist Andy Milne and drummer Tyshawn Sorey). The two other tunes today come from guitarist, singer and composer Camila Meza and saxophonist and composer Will Vinson.
Lots of new music on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus. Check out tunes by the Jordan Piper Tio, Will Vinson, June Garber, The Justin Mullens Octet, Steve Grover as well as by the Light Blue Movers.
The Jazz Hole with Linus welcomes interview guest Camila Meza today. Traces is the latest album by the Chilean-born NYC-based guitarist, singer and composer and it came out on Sunnyside Records earlier this year. Other novelties on today’s episode are Andreas Arnold’s Ojos Cerrados, Jordan Piper’s On The Path and Justin Mullens’ The Cornucopiad.
More selections from recent albums on today’s edition of The Jazz Hole with Linus, including The Digging by Dan Blake, EXOPHONIA Live at Nublu by SPACEPILOT and Slow Life by Kevin Moehringer. Other artists include Mark Shilansky, the Mika Mori Samba Jazz Trio, Olivia Trummer featuring Jean-Lou Treboux, Mark Guiliana and the Gregorio Uribe Big Band featuring Rubén Blades.
Today’s interview guest on The Jazz Hole with Linus is the highly sought-after NYC-based Chilean drummer Rodrigo Recabarren. He talks about the two newly released collective group albums MURAL (featuring Aki Ishiguro, Peter Schwebs and Rodrigo Recabarren) and Brooklyn Aliens (featuring Gianni Gagliardi, Tobias Meinhart, Yago Vazquez, Lars Ekman and Rodrigo Recabarren). Plus additional tracks by Violette, Walking Distance (Caleb Curtis, Kenny Pexton, Adam Coté and Shawn Baltazor) and Alex Goodman.
Enjoy some music from Alex Goodman’s brand new album Border Crossing and from Dan Blake’s brand new album The Digging on today’s The Jazz Hole with Linus. Plus additional tracks from Mina Cho, Joe Benjamin and a Mighty Handful, Adison Evans, Chiara Izzi and Scotty Barnhart featuring jazz legend Clark Terry.
Today’s interview guest on The Jazz Hole with Linus is the Boston-based South Korean pianist and composer Mina Cho, who just released her brand new album Love Transformation. Additionally, you get to hear brand new tracks from Kevin Moehringer’s Slow Life and from Rob Garcia’s Finding Love In An Oligarchy On A Dying Planet.
The Jazz Hole with Linus features brand new tracks from SPACEPILOT’s album EXOPHONIA Live at Nublu and from Gabriela Martina’s album No White Shoes today. You also get to enjoy Pedro Giraudo’s 4-part Angela Suite, a track by Chiara Izzi as well as one by the Jonathan Saraga Quintet.
An extended conference call with three guests on today’s edition of The Jazz Hole with Linus. NYC-based creatives Matt Geraghty, Zé Luis Oliveira and Laura Newman talk about their experiences in Cuba during the production of their latest album/documentary Trade Winds: Cuba - Matt Geraghty Project featuring Zé Luis. Plus brand new tracks from the NYC-based band Light Blue Movers.
The Jazz Hole with Linus features several international jazz artists today, including music from Eliane Amherd’s new album Skylines, Beat Kaestli’s new album Live In Europe, Rythm Future Quartet’s new album Travels, and much more.
This week’s Jazz Hole with Linus features a deep conversation with guitarist Jake Hertzog about his new solo electric guitar album "Well Lit Shadow."
An insightful conversation with bassist Fernando Huergo about his new album Hashtag on today’s The Jazz Hole with DJ Linus. As well as music from other great albums: Spear and Shield by Yuma Uesaka, Azul Infinito by Ryan Keberle & Catharsis, Mar sonoro by Sofia Ribeiro and Dal Vivo a Umbria Jazz by KJ Denhert.
Introducing three new albums on today’s edition of The Jazz Hole with Linus: Taking Flight by saxophonist Tony Lustig, Hashtag by bassist Fernando Huergo and Live In Europe by vocalist Beat Kaestli. Plus, tunes by the Alex Terrier New York Quartet featuring Kenny Barron, Eiko Rikuhashi, and Walking Distance (lead by Caleb Curtis).
Today’s edition of The Jazz Hole with Linus features an interesting interview with vocalist and composer Sofia Ribeiro. Sofia is originally from Portugal, but currently based in New York City. She talks about her brand new album Mar sonoro, her various influences and inspirations as well as her wanderlust. Additionally, you can enjoy two brand new tracks from Adison Evans’ debut album Hero, as well as a track from Museum - Vol. 1 by The Kevin Harris Project.
On this 7th anniversary episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus well-known interview guest Greg Abate talks about his album Motif. Additional music on today’s show comes from guitarist Gustavo Assis-Brasil’s new album Chromatic Dialogues, Vitaly Golovnev’s new album When In Moscow, as well as from Hadar Noiberg (featuring Anat Cohen and Yotam Silberstein) and Glenn Crytzer’s Savoy Seven.
Saxophonist and composer Roxy Coss talks about her new album Restless Idealism on today’s edition of The Jazz Hole with Linus.
New jazz artists on The Jazz Hole with Linus including Brazilian-born saxophonist and composer Livio Almeida, as well as The Grand St. Stompers (led by trumpet player and composer Gordon Au). Other tracks feature Banda Magda, Rogerio Botter Maio, Glenn Zaleski and last but certainly not least Elias Meister’s Miracle Box.
Flutist and composer Hadar Noiberg is today’s interview guest on The Jazz Hole with Linus. Next to music from her brand new album From The Ground Up, you also get to hear tracks from Guilherme Dias Gomes’ new album Leste as well as music by Violette, Gregorio Uribe Big Band, Huntertones and Natalie Fernandez.

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