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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.

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Episode 138 - 6/10/21

Kendra Weaver reviews Norah Jones’ new live album – “’Til We Meet Again” – a resurgence of timeless performances across the globe - we celebrate the birth of guitarist Les Paul – and – Kayonne Riley speaks with Peter Lockhart and Terri Lyne Carrington about Errol Garner’s centennial and the 12 album project in honor of him.






Episode 137 - 6/3/31

Bob Kelley talks with guitarist John Pizzarelli about his newest album “Better Days Ahead” - we celebrate the birth of two drummers that share a birthday – Albert ‘Tootie’ Heath and Louis Hayes – and – Kayonne Riley speaks with neuroscientist, musician and now author Dr. David Sulzer about his brand new book that examines how math, science and music are interconnected.

Episode 136 - 5/27/21

Bob Kelley talks with pianist, bandleader and composer Steven Feifke about his big band’s new release – “Kinetic” - we celebrate the birth of vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater – and – Kayonne Riley speaks with reedman and Technical Sgt of the US Air Force Band Airmen of Note – Michael Cemprosa – about Glenn Miller and their 2021 Jazz Heritage Series.

Episode 135 - 5/20/21

Kayonne Riley speaks with UCF Jazz Studies graduate Ryan Devlin about his debut album “Thoughts on the Matter” - we celebrate the birth of pianist and vocalist Fats Waller – and Kyle Eagle learns about the process behind Joe Lovano Trio Tapestries’ second album together - “The Garden of Expression”!