This week’s program features an interview with the amazing drummer, Joe Farnsworth who is one of the very top drummers of this generation.
The JFMC team works hard to bring you the best programing and the most renowned and talented guests as possible. And, JFMC has a growing listenership in North America and Europe. Thank you for being part of its success. Jazz From Mid-City is now syndicated world wide on multiple platforms, including the prestigious All Jazz Platform, jazzradiowetf.org. If you’s like to underwrite a segment of the program, call me at 504-579-4717 or hit me up at email@example.com. Thanks!
Here are a couple of recommendations I think you’ll really like. Trumpet player John Bailey has a swinging new album, Time Bandits. With a killer rhythm section including (P) George Cables, (B) Scott Coley, and (D) Victor Lewis, you can’t go wrong. Piano player David Ake, (composer, educator), has a very cool and laid back new album called Green Thumb. The rhythm section includes the wonderfully emotive sax playing of Tony Malaby, the Bass playing of one of the finest Bass players in Jazz, Boris Koslov, (also the leader of The Mingus Big Band), and the exquisite work of in demand drummer, Rudy Royston, (Alexa Tarantino’s Quartet).
Got any comments or music requests? Hit me up at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or call/text me at 504-579-4717. If you get a chance, please share this playlist. Remember, Jazz From Mid-City is programmed to honor the musicians, and to entertain Y.O.U.
Community radio is where you find real radio, and the best in contemporary Jazz. Your $upport is deeply appreciated. I’m shakin’ the can, at whivfm.org/support. Thanks!