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Part two of a two part series as we look back at the top Jam releases of 2019.
Today’s live set is by Ben Rosenblum’s Nebula Sextet recorded live at the Puffin Cultural Forum in Teaneck, NJ on April 13th 2019.
Part one of a two part series as we look back at the top Jam releases of 2019.
This week and last week, The Jazz Hole with Linus is looking back at the music of some of 2019’s interview guests. Enjoy!
This week and next week, The Jazz Hole with Linus is looking back at the music of some of 2019’s interview guests. Enjoy!
Check out tunes by Brandon Robertson, Ted Quinlan, Lauren Lee, Eric St-Laurent and Sam Broverman on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole.
Christoph Irniger Pilgrim is today’s group on The Jazz Hole Live with Linus. This set was recorded live at Dommelhof in Neerpelt, Belgium.
New music from The Wood Brothers. Great piano from Clayton Doley and Greg Schatz. Mike Montrey, Dangermuffin, Elephant Revival and much more.
The Jazz Hole this week features Lauren Lee and several Canadians: Sonia Johnson, Jenna Marie Pinard/Jay Voo, Nick Fraser, Aaron Dolman.
Great keyboard work from MMB, John Popper led Blues Traveler and Brother’s Keeper, a jazz/reggae/ska mix from Robert Walter’s 20th Congress, Back on the Train, and Bim Skala Bim, and the great American sounds of Robert Earl Thomas.
Husband and wife duo Daisuke Abe and Kuriko Tsugawa talk about their new album “Unite” on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus.
Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band, Galactic, Big Ol’ Dirty Bucket and Joe Marcinek bring the funk and jazz to this week’s episode, while Ronnie Penque, Leftover Salmon, Slightly Stoopid and Cousin Fungus keep us in the margins of classic jam sounds.
Composer and multi-instrumentalist Chelsea McBride talks about “Aftermath”, her second Big Band album on today’s The Jazz Hole with Linus
New music from the Kitchen Dwellers, some heavy metal sounds from Umphrey McGee, and a real “feel-good” start to the show with CRB and The Big Happy.
Listen to a live set by Iris Ornig: Pilgrim (lead by bassist and composer Iris Ornig) on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole Live with Linus
Take the drum circles from Mali and the Congo, add in roots music from Kentucky and bluegrass from Tennessee, and heighten it all with the sounds of Jazz, and you got one helluva jam session.
Tune in to The Jazz Hole with Linus today for more recently released jazz. The Montreal-based group Tertio (lead by Vincent Duhaime-Perreault) just released “La mince ligne” (The Thin Line), NYC-based Swiss drummer Michel Maurer and his group Michel Maurer Meridian came out with “The Shape of Noon”, Greek and NYC bassist Petros Klampanis released his fourth album “Irrationalities” and German saxophonist Gebhard Ullmann joined forces with Hans Lüdemann, Oliver Potratz and Eric Schaefer for his new album “mikroPULS”.
Drunken Hearts’ new album ‘Wheels of the City’ plus some ALO and Big Something. Organ solos gets some attention in the second half of the show.
New music by Stephanie Urquhart Quartet, Dan McCarthy, Andrew Schiller Quintet and Perry Smith Quartet on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole
New music from Ghost Town Blues Band plus some new bands for this host—Joe Marcinek Band and Leftover Salmon. Plus, two of my favorites—Broken Social Scene and Vetiver.
Boston-based Israeli drummer and composer Dor Herskovits talks to Linus Wyrsch and The Jazz Hole today about two brand new albums that he is part of: “Easy Listening” by the NYC and Boston-based collective quartet Earprint on the one hand, and his debut solo album “Flying Elephants” (with the Dor Herksovits Quintet) on the other hand. Enjoy the three-part conversation and find out more on dorherskovits.com.
Get to hear a live set from The Jazz Room in Waterloo, ON, Canada by the amazing Toronto-based Teri Parker Quartet on The Jazz Hole Live
Keyboards, trad, reggae and live. Ep. 14 has new music from SPAGA, decker., and Midnight Rider + more.
The Jazz Hole invites Glenn Zaleski back to talk about the brand new Stranahan / Zaleski / Rosato trio album “Live at Jazz Standard”.
Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus features more music by Christoph Irniger Pilgrim, Sofia Ribeiro, Jonathan Saraga and TuneTown
Ronnie Penque interview, new Tweed and Altered Five. Plus some great sounds from Lotuspool.
Today’s jazz tracks are by TuneTown, Carmela Rappazzo, Brandon Robertson, Sherrie Maricle & The DIVA Jazz Orchestra and Andrew Munsey
Covering different sounds of American music with Ronnie Penque, Marco Benevento, the Suneaters, Keller Williams, Great American Taxi and more.
A live jazz set from Berlin, Germany by GULF of Berlin (Gebhard Ullmann, Gerhard Gschlössl, Johannes Fink, Jan Leipnitz, Michael Haves)
Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole includes Andrew Munsey, Pete McGuinness, McClenty Hunter Jr., Arnt Arntzen, Jen Hodge and Ricky Alexander
Linus interviews the fantastic Turkish Cypriot guitarist & composer Okan Ersan about his album Nibiru on today’s episode of the Jazz Hole
Fresh collabs from CATS w/ Joe Russo and Fluid Foundation w/ SS. It’s a Slightly Stoopid inspired setlist.
Curtis+Garabedian+Sperrazza, Christoph Irniger, Satoko Fujii & Ramon Lopez, Rich Halley and Ayn Inserto - all on today’s The Jazz Hole!
Today: a live set by the Hyuna Park Trio (Hyuna Park, Myles Sloniker, Peter Traunmueller + guest Amadis Dunkel) from Birdland Theater
New music from The Big Happy, Goodnight Suzie, Los Goutos, Zestrove, Frank Migliorelli and of course, some Jam Band standards.
The Jazz Hole includes a mix of artists today: Miki Yamanaka, Gebhard Ullmann, Pete McGuinness, Satoko Fujii & Ramon Lopez, Rich Halley
Late night summer drive music, where the solo keeps you truckin’.
Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole features music by Hyuna Park, Curtis+Garabedian+Sperrazza, Mark Dresser Seven, Matt Slocum, Gerry Gibbs
A wide range of first-taste Widespread Panic to brand new sounds from the Republic of Congo.
Portuguese-born singer and composer Sofia Ribeiro released a new album “Lunga” and returns for another interview on The Jazz Hole with Linus
New Music from Sarah Bethe Nelson and Richard Reed Parry, Long Island Jam Bands, and some women-centric jams for the wife.
Today’s Jazz Hole Live set features the Brooklyn-based trio Curtis + Garabedian + Sperrazza, recorded live at Brooklyn’s Owl Music Parlor
Drummer and composer Gerry Gibbs guests on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus, plus music by Gebhard Ullmann and by J3PO.
A new host. A new feel. A new year. A new country.
Linus interviews Larry Fuller, one of the world’s premier jazz pianists, on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole about his new album “Overjoyed”
NYC-based, French-born saxophonist and composer Alex Terrier talks about his new album “Camina Tú” on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole.
On today’s episode of The Jazz Hole Live with Linus, check out a brilliant live set by Lena Bloch & Feathery, recorded at UMass Amherst
Pianist and composer Hyuna Park is today’s interview guest on The Jazz Hole with Linus, presenting her new trio album “Her Morning Waltz”
Alex Fournier, Gebhard Ullman Basement Research, Romain Collin and Greg Abate with The Tim Ray Trio on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole