Check out today’s edition of The Jazz Hole with Linus, an hour of great music (including some holiday-themed compositions) by international artists, many of them based in New York City. Get ready for music by the Misha Piatigorsky Septet, Olivia Trummer, Mitch Frohman, The Curtis Brothers, Glenn Crytzer’s Savoy Seven, Manami Morita, Walker Adams, and Petros Sakelliou Visual Music Circus.
Today on The Jazz Hole with Linus you can experience a swingin’ hour of music by international jazz artists plus a hint of the holiday spirit with tunes from Christmas-themed albums Together (by Truth Revolution Records), A Little Love This Christmas (by Glenn Crytzer’s Savoy Seven) and much more.
Interview guest Glenn Crytzer talks about his new album Uptown Jump on today’s episode of “The Jazz Hole” with Linus, which focuses a bit more on traditional jazz. Other artists you can hear today are Carl Maraghi (featuring Wycliffe Gordon), Cyrille Aimee & Diego Figueiredo and many others.
Tune in with an open mind to today’s mix of traditional and contemporary jazz on The Jazz Hole with Linus, and don’t miss New York-based Slovenian saxophonist Jure Pukl talking about his latest album “The Life Sound Pictures of Jure Pukl”.
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