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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 159 - 11/4/21

Kayonne Riley speaks with our Latin Jazz Artist of the Month Pete Escovedo about his new album “Rhythm of the Night” - we celebrate the recording of “A Night at the Village Vanguard” – and – the Baylor Project shares stories of how they met, what it’s like working together being married and honing their skills in church.






Episode 158 - 10/28/21

Kendra Weaver discusses “All or Nothing” with Trineice Robinson and her powerful lessons within ‘Soul Ingredients’ - we celebrate the birth of tenor saxophonist Illinois Jacquet – and – Kyle Eagle from the major scale examines Jazz in the Time of Corona – the lives and legacies of McCoy Tyner and Henry Grimes – and “Cherry Jam” – newly issued work from the late Don Cherry. 

Episode 157 - 10/21/21

Kendra Weaver speaks with Leon Lee Dorsey about his latest projects and teaching at Berklee College of Music - we celebrate the birth of Dizzy Gillespie – and – percussionist Emedin Rivera shares stories of being a side player bringing his Latin Caribbean African influences - with our producer – Jesse Morgado.






Episode 156 - 10/14/21

Bob Kelley gives us his take on the new self titled album from the “Sidemen” featuring leaders Pete Welker and Todd Tribble - we celebrate the recording of Coleman Hawkin’s famous “Body and Soul” – and – Kyle Eagle from the Major Scale examines Jazz in the Time of Corona – and honors the late great Lee Konitz.