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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 123 - 2/25/21

Bob Kelley reviews "Thank you, Mr. Mabern!" - the latest album from bassist Leon Lee Dorsey - that is now a dedication to the late pianist Harold Mabern. We celebrate the birth of tenor saxophonist Dexter Gordon - and Kayonne Riley chats with Dr. Tish Oney about her new biography - "Peggy Lee: A Century of Song."





Episode 122 - 2/18/21

The Major Scale podcast takes a deeper look at jazz emanating out of the United Kingdom - we celebrate the birth of vocalist Nina Simone - and Kayonne Riley talks to Mark Ruffin about his new book called "Bebop Fairy Tales".






Episode 121 - 2/11/21

Kendra Weaver speaks with Pete Ellman about his big band's album - "For Pete's Ache" - we look at jazz history from February 1962 when Sonny Rollins recorded the title track for "The Bridge" and Kayonne Riley talks to the composer Matthew Head about the new PBS Documentary "The Black Church". 

Episode 120 - 2/4/21

The Major Scale revisits trumpeter Clark Terry's body of work - we look at jazz history from February 1883 when pianist Eubie Blake was born - and - Kayonne Riley speaks with singer Kenny Washington about his new album "What's The Hurry" - that has scored itself a Grammy nomination.