Enjoy “The Jazz Hole” with hand-picked jazz artists from NYC and all over the world. Today’s edition features the Swiss band Compulsion (Adam Taubitz, Marc Ullrich, Simone Bollini, Dominik Schürmann, Christoph Mohler), trombonist Michael Dease, the Kenny Barron/Mark Sherman Duo, Florencia Gonzalez, Brian Pareschi and the BP Express, The Kevin Harris Project, as well as Meg Okura and the Pan Asian Chamber Jazz Ensemble.
An entire edition of “The Jazz Hole” about – and with – the rising star of the Latin Jazz scene, the charming Gregorio Uribe, leader of the Gregorio Uribe Big Band. The band’s debut album “Cumbia Universal” just came out and it features a 16-piece orchestra that blends Cumbia and other Colombian rhythms with Big Band arrangements. Star guests include multiple Grammy Award-winner Ruben Blades.
Glenn Zaleski, the NYC-based pianist from Boylston, MA, talks about his new album My Ideal on today’s edition of The Jazz Hole with Linus. Plus more music by Jonathan Powell & nu Sangha, Alexia Gardner, the Yoko Miwa Trio, and Javon Jackson (with guest Les McCann).
NYC-based trumpet player and composer Jonathan Powell talks about his brand new album “Beacons of Light” on today’s edition of The Jazz Hole with Linus. Next to music by Jonathan Powell & nu Sangha, you can also catch tracks by the Yoko Miwa Trio, Manu Koch & Filtron M (Unique Afrique Unit), and the legendary guitarist Wes Montgomery.
One of New York City’s finest Big Bands recorded live at one of New York City’s finest jazz clubs. Check out the Pedro Giraudo Big Band recorded live at the Jazz Standard. Pedro is originally from Cordoba, Argentina and since moving to New York City in 1996, he has established himself as one of the city’s most important bandleaders, bassists, composers and arrangers.