Jazz

Movin' On on 12/30/11

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Movin' On
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Fri, 12/30/2011 - 12:05pm - 1:30pm
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Mary Flower performs live! Blues and folk. In her irresistible fingerpicking style.

Celebrate year's end with live music by Mary Flower on Movin' On.

"From Living Blues:  ...Marries acoustic blues with touches of ragtime, folk, and
jazz… the interplay is always interesting, often provocative, and
sometimes breathtaking."

If you haven't heard her, don't miss this. If you have heard her, I know you'll be with us, on the radio or streaming live. Laurie Sonnenfeld hosts.

Mary will be with us starting about 25 minutes into the program. Happy new year and thanks for listing to KBOO!

Jazz Lives! playlist for 12/21/2011

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Jazz Lives!
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12/21/2011

Jazz in the Afternoon on 12/21/11

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Wed, 12/21/2011 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
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"Nevergreens", Clark Terry, Bob Brookmeyer, Susie Jones retires

Nevergreens - Christmas tunes seldom heard on radio -

start the show at 2.  Clark Terry is honored,

and Bob Brookmeyer remembered, at 3.

Mark Simon guests at 3:30 after the Jazz Society of Oregon

jazz calendar to talk about Mt. Hood CC's jazz band leader

Susie Jones' retirement music party Dec. 27 -

a benefit for Mark's upcoming liver transplant.

Satchmo, Rebecca Kilgore, and more local luminaries close

to kindle your jazz spirit.

With regards, and thanks for supporting KBOO,

Bob Riddle

Jazz in the Afternoon playlist for 12/21/2011

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Jazz in the Afternoon
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12/21/2011

Jazz Lives! playlist for 12/14/2011

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Jazz Lives!
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12/14/2011

A Jazz World playlist for 12/14/2011

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A Jazz World
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12/14/2011

Drinking from Puddles on 12/14/11

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Wed, 12/14/2011 - 8:00pm - 11:00pm
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Y La Bamba to perform Live on Drinking From Puddles !!

Y La Bamba to perform on Drinking From Puddles on 12/14/11 !!

"Y La Bamba makes fractured folk that sounds as if it comes from dog-eared diaries. The author is statuesque Luz Elena, the daughter of Mexican immigrants, whose vintage vocals seem to come from the 78-rpm era." -Buzzbands LA

"...mixes Devendra Banhart-influenced art-folk with hazy femme vocals and traditional Mexican sounds to weirdly entrancing effect." - LA Weekly

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