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A weekly one hour program designed to further the arts and cultural programming in Orlando, and gain national interest. Magazine takes a look back at the current week in jazz history, with lifestyle and culture interviews, album reviews and listener generated content.

To hear past episodes of Magazine, visit our SoundCloud page here.

Episode 110 - 11/23/20

Kayonne Riley chats with RK Kelley about all the wonderful things the Plaza Live has been doing for the community, we look at jazz history from November 1931 when cornetist Nat Adderley was born - 89.9 DJs tell us their Thanksgiving stories - and we give our thanks back to you with a holiday playlist!

Episode 109 - 11/16/20

Kendra Weaver chats with Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra's Music Director Eric Jacobsen and Concertmaster Rimma Bergeron Langlois - about her tenth anniversary season. We look at jazz history from November 1963 when John Coltrane recorded "Alabama" in response to a white supremacist terrorist attack - and Kayonne Riley hears from Laila Biali about her motivation towards honoring Joni Mitchell in light of the singer's birthday.

Episode 108 - 11/9/20

Kendra Weaver chats with Judy Carmichael about her life growing up, what she's learned along the way and where she sees 'Jazz Inspired' heading - we look at jazz history from November 1928 when pianist Hampton Hawes was born - and Kayonne Riley chats with Mafalda Minnozzi and Paul Ricci about their latest Bossa Nova and Jazz Release - "Sensorial".

Episode 107 - 11/2/20

We look at jazz history from November 1957 when Sonny Rollins recorded "A Night at the Village Vanguard" - Kyle Eagle of the Major Scale podcast digs into matters of the heart with pianist Abdullah Ibrahim - and - Jesse Morgado talks with drummer Joe Farnsworth about his latest release - "Time to Swing".