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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 152 - 9/16/21

Bob Kelley gives us his take on “Anthem for a New Nation” - an album honoring Abdullah Ibrahim from the Paxton/Spangler septet - we celebrate the birth of alto saxophonist Cannonball Adderley – and – Kayonne Riley talks with Chris Standring about his 14th release as a leader that features a big band and classics from the Great American Songbook.

Episode 151 - 9/9/21

Kendra Weaver talks jazz with accomplished pianist Dave Miller - we celebrate the birth of tenor saxophonist Sonny Rollins – and – Kayonne Riley talks with Latin jazz artist of the month Ray Obiedo about his life in music.


Episode 150 - 9/2/21

Kayonne Riley speaks with Sue Maskaleris about “Love is the Key” – a Brazilian jazz record that stretches boundaries - we celebrate the birth of saxophonist Art Pepper – and – Kendra Weaver sits down with Patricia Barber to discuss her latest record and a life in music.

Episode 149 - 8/26/21

Bob Kelley chats with vocalist and songwriter Dara Tucker about her latest album that reimagines songs from the protest era as well as original compositions that highlight today’s sociopolitical climate - we celebrate the birth of tenor sax player and occasional clarinetist Lester Young – and - Kayonne Riley chats with Dr. Tish Oney about her new biography “Peggy Lee: A Century of Song”.