PODCASTS

Jazz Boulevard Podcast #682 2017.07.21

Summer Series – An Encore Presentation of Jazz Boulevard. New programming returns in September, launching our 14th season. Includes new projects from vocalist Carmen Lundy, drummer Jeff ‘Tain’ Watts, an EP from GoGo Penguin, and guitarist Steve Khan. We continue…

Jazz Boulevard Podcast #681 2017.07.14

Summer Series – An Encore Presentation of Jazz Boulevard. New programming returns in September, launching our 14th season. Includes new releases from TO veteran bassist Dave Young in a quintet setting, Philly’s post-bossa nova Ensemble Nova, an upcoming release for…

Jazz Boulevard Podcast #678 2017.06.23

Includes new albums from guitarist Tom Rizzo, Bulgarian vibes player Errol Rackipov, Nigerian saxophonist Zem Audu, also singer Kellye Gray and the Tardo Hammer piano trio. Older tracks from Joe Pass, Bill Evans, and Ben Webster. Source: JazzBoulevard.ca

Jazz Boulevard Podcast #677 2017.06.16

Includes new albums from Philly-based bossa unit the Ensemble Novo, Japanese jazz-funk trio Nautilus, Ariel Pocock, guitarist John McLean & Clark Sommers Band, and the BiCoastal Collective. Older tracks from Horace Silver, Oscar Peterson, and Billie Holiday. Source: JazzBoulevard.ca

Jazz Boulevard Podcast #675 2017.06.02

Includes new projects in this week from Bei Bei (Chinese Guzheng virtuoso), a rare unearthed recording from the Bill Evans Trio (with Gomez, DeJonette), and recent releases from the NYSQ, Spike Wilner Trio, and guitarist Steve Khan. Older material from…

Jazz Boulevard Podcast #674 2017.05.26

Includes music from recent Juno winner vocalist & trumpeter Bria Skonberg, the latest from the Le Boeuf Brothers working with the Jack String Quartet, also recent projects from Kirk MacDonald Jazz Orchestra, and brass quartet – The Westerlies. Older material…

Jazz Boulevard Podcast #673 2017.05.19

Includes recent projects from the Brett Gold NY Jazz Orchestra, pianist Shai Maestro Trio, trumpeter Terence Blanchard, B3 player Joey DeFrancesco, tenor Matt Otto. Older material from Billie Holiday, and Nick Ayoub. Source: JazzBoulevard.ca