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The EABB Podcast focuses on providing information about past and current Early American (19th-century) brass bands through interviews, lectures, and musical recordings. Each episode will have a topic (specific bands, bandleaders, instruments, composers, etc..) or guest (historian, bandleader, active musician) that the participants will talk about. The participants can be any combination of host, co-host, and guest. The goal of the podcast is to connect and share the early American brass band ...
 
une bonne louche of Louisiana music traditional and contemporary and spices it up with music from Acadiana. Gumbo draws from more than 20 different genres. You'll hear jazz from 1917 to 2011, Cajun, Zydeco, blues, C&W, Rockabilly, R&B from the 1950s glory days to today's rockin' Atomic Pilot and Santeria, soul, funk, neo-soul, neofunk, hip-hop, brass bands from 1945 to today's brass-hop Soul Rebels, ska-punk, reggae, and more.
 
JOTW currently features musicians worldwide (Ireland, UK, Japan, Austria, France, etc), with all different skill levels and at all different ages, ranging from 12 to 92 years old. Top horn players and other musicians who play in the bands of well-known artists such as Beyoncé, Bruno Mars, Lettuce, Snarky Puppy, Prince, Jill Scott, Preservation Brass Band, Bootsy Collins and more have joined in. This group continues to grow by hundreds each week. www.jamoftheweek.com Support this podcast: htt ...
 
Founded by Jerry Gardner in 1971, the Metropolitan Wind Symphony comprises over 70 talented woodwind, brass, and percussion instrumentalists who audition for membership and seating. It makes a significant contribution to the cultural life of the Greater Boston community by providing its audiences with high quality concerts and its members with opportunities for musical growth.
 
Do you struggle to have the time or knowledge to find good new music? Every few weeks Tim from London does the work for you, wading through hundreds of tracks to create an eclectic mix of the latest and greatest tunes from around the world. Remixes, mashups, strange covers, surprising genres, memes and musical madness, new tunes or newly found classics, you name it, he’s probably played it. So if you want to hear your next favourite band, or fall in love with a track or genre you’ve not hear ...
 
Ethnomusicology Today is a podcast series produced by the Society for Ethnomusicology, an organization committed to the research, study, and performance of music in all historical periods and cultural contexts. Ethnomusicology Today features stories and interviews aimed at engaging a broad audience of educators, scholars, musicians, and a listening public interested in contemporary issues in global music studies.
 
Trackheadz ‘Our Music’, ‘Feel’ and ‘His Kingdom’ are all very familiar House music classics, but what is not known was the man who was behind all of these dance floor hits. Since 1999, Kaje comes in as the man behind the scenes creating ‘That Unmistakable Sound’ of sweet sultry strings layered with that cutting brass section. Productions that are second to none and are distinguishable in any arena, Kaje aims to raise the bar and does it rather successfully by combining the old with the new. ...
 
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Episode 25 is our introduction to the life and career of Patrick Gilmore with historian Jarlath MacNamara. Jarlath has been researching Patrick Gilmore for years, and we were so thankful that he took the time to share what he’s learned with us, and now you. You can now support the show on Patreon and Teespring! For more details, visit www.patreon.c…
 
Mr. Henry and Mr. Fite have the pleasure to interview two members of the super fun brass band called Lucky Chops in this episode. Lucky Chops plays a variety of styles of music with saxophones, trumpet, low brass, and drum set. Movin' and groovin’ while playing makes for a fun show! Lucky Chops New Album Out Now! Lucky Chops on YouTube! ***Classroo…
 
This week’s episode features G. E. Smith and LeRoy Bell celebrating the release of their new album, Stony Hill. Grammy nominated blues man, Guy Davis, will be with us to deliver an installment of the Blues Hall of Fame, an exploration of the lives of the pioneers and innovators enshrined in the Blues Hall of Fame, here in Memphis, TN, brought to yo…
 
The mashups are back! A call to arms for the old guard to come back to life and awaken via the first all-mashup show in nearly a decade fresh for Halloween with quite a few spooky mashes, and also a call to vote in the US election with various political mashups. Why? Well a recent mashup went viral dredging up an old combination and didn’t credit t…
 
The Netflix Original Animated Film Over the Moon will be released on October 23rd, 2020. A heartwarming, fun family movie with an awesome variety of music! We had the absolute pleasure to chat with the songwriting team Christopher Curtis, Helen Park, and Marjorie Duffield. We get to learn more about the music from the animated film and their creati…
 
Playlist: Unknown - Dancing in New Orleans Hot 8 Brass Band - On The Spot Kumasi - Slough City 79rs Gang - Shot That Signal Delores Galore - $till We $tay Suave x Prospek - March On Cassie Watson - Fantasie SPECIAL INTEREST - Street Pulse Beat Jonny Campos and Today's Hunks - Hunk It Leyla McCalla - Song for a Dark Girl Leyla McCalla - Latibonit…
 
Mr. Fite is giving out candy to all the kids on Halloween night in hopes to entertain the kids with funny jokes. Mr. Henry tries to help Mr. Fite with his jokes...but it kinda goes wrong...Check it out to see what happens! We even recall our conversation with Grammy Award-Winning Film Composer - Harry Gregson Williams! Woohoo! Check out the full in…
 
Round, like a lawyer in a diner Like a heel within a hall, Never ending nor forgiving An ever spinning beach ball… Like a cockwomble content flagging Past the point of disgrace And the corporates like Apple Whirling silently in space…. A long episode of Radio Clash for reasons explained within, this has taken over a week to finish and started out b…
 
Look out! It’s the Halloween Rap to get you up and movin’. Learn about body percussion and follow along with this fun song! ----more---- Click to check out the full video ---> HALLOWEEN RAP VIDEO ***Classroom and Homeschool Teachers*** Find our digital resource to help enhance your classroom HERE! Like us on Facebook! Mr. Fite Check out original fu…
 
Episode 24 features our conversation with brass instrument repairman, restorer, and reproducer Robb Stewart. Robb is widely regarded as one of the best brass instrument repairmen and specializes in repairing and reproducing vintage instruments. In our interview, we talk about how Robb got started, what some of the biggest challenges are in this lin…
 
Playlist: Unknown - Dancing in New Orleans Professor Longhair - Big Chief Katie Webster - Pussycat Moan The Leon Prima Band - Tin Roof Blues (Chimes Blues) Jelly Roll Morton - The Naked Dance Leadbelly - Easy Rider Jean Knight - Jesse Joe (You Got To Go) Li'l Buck - Cat Scream the Jerk Offisers - Monster PEARS - The World Is Ending (Sorta) Shotgun …
 
Getting scary music ready for Halloween? Mr. Henry directs the music spotlight on What Makes Music Sound Scary? Learning about how certain chords create scary sounding music. You can even take the listening quiz to check up on your aural skills. Classroom and Homeschool Teachers: Find our digital resource here! Like us on Facebook! Mr. Fite Check o…
 
Playlist: Unknown - Dancing in New Orleans Chris Ardoin and Double Clutchin' - Stay In or Stay Out - Pass the Dutchie Peter King & Lester Herbert - Lafayette Zydeco Zydeco Force - Madeline Rosie Ledet - You're No Good For Me Queen Ida and her Zydeco Band - My Girl Josephine Queen Ida and The Bon Ton Zydeco Band - Sock It To Me Henry Gray - Lucky Lu…
 
An episode dedicated to the number 3 and the birds that come and say hello when I paint and draw…and spookily the birds of Rhiannon, the Adar Rhiannon whose songs can wake the dead and lull the living to sleep. They also can simultaneously appear close and far, hence the artwork. From new age to new wave – well digidub punk to be exact, to jungle a…
 
Episode 23 features leader of the Excelsior Cornet Band, freelance musician, and instrument collector Jeff Stockham. It was great to get a legend in the field on the show, and we hope you enjoy the conversation! You can now support the show on Patreon! For more details and to sign up, please visit www.patreon.com/eabbpodcast. No obligation, but we …
 
We're jumping into your feed a day early to let you know you can now support the show on Patreon and Teespring! Patreon is essentially a membership service, where you join at one of our 4 monthly tiers, and each tier has a few different benefits. Teespring is our online merchandise store, where you can buy apparel and accessories that are branded w…
 
Playlist: Johnny Vidacovich and Nahmoud Chouki - Set Two: Piece Two ("Water") Tuba Skinny - Sidewalk Blues Haruka Kikuchi - Tiger Rag The New Orleans Jazz Vipers - Evenin' The Garry's - Make Out At The Drive-In The Bills - Apollo Creed Gulf Oyster Cult - Covid Happy Hour The Poots - Fast Food Lip Service The Split () Lips - Get Your Rosaries Off My…
 
Of course I recorded this autumnal podcast over a week ago when it was a rainy late August and early September….and now to utterly mock me we have a late Indian summer and bright sunshine! And lo this podcast seems completely irrelevant…until then next autumn shower. Maybe it’s sunny because of this podcast? If so you’re welcome! Rain and brass….su…
 
Mr. Henry and Mr. Fite make their way to see the symphony orchestra to learn all about the trumpet in this month's music spotlight. Thank you so much for listening to the show. Please leave us a review on iTunes! Send in your jokes by visiting our website www.themusicpodcastforkids.com. Mr. Fite Check out original fun and educational music from Mr.…
 
Mr. Henry and Mr. Fite interview film composer, Harry Gregson-Williams! We discuss Mr. Gregson-Williams journey with music and how his compositions play a big role in telling stories found in film, television, and video games. His most recent project is Disney’s live-action feature film “Mulan” directed by Niki Caro and scheduled for a premium vide…
 
Episode 22 features Jari Villanueva, back for round 2! In the episode, we talk all about the history of the 26th North Carolina Regiment Band. The Federal City Brass Band, which Jari founded and directs, re-creates the 26th NC Regiment Band in performance and they have done extensive research into the music, uniforms, and history of the men who wer…
 
Mr. Henry and Mr. Fite travel to learn about some cool instruments from the beautiful county (and continent) of Australia! Sing along with the Australia song and learn more about what is happening in Australia today with our special guest; Tim Topham. Tim has a great website and podcast helping music teachers, so make sure to check him out! https:/…
 
Welcome Back! 2020 has been keeping me very busy here in Portland, OR from the Global Pandemic, Protests and more. I thought it would be a perfect time to bring back Jam of the Week. You can read more about Jam of the Week here at Debbie Burke's Blog: https://debbieburkeauthor.com/2020/02/01/play-honestly-be-kind-its-jam-of-the-week-from-farnell-ne…
 
Welcome back for Season 2 of the Early American Brass Band Podcast! Episode 21 is our conversation with Rodney Marsalis - trumpet soloist and leader of the Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Big Brass. We talk about his musical background, how he got interested in researching Francis Johnson, Johnson's life and musical career, and the RMPBB's "Francis Jo…
 
With the sad death last month of Il Maestro Ennio Morricone I felt I needed to mark his passing better than just a song. From soundtracks, pop, remixes, mashups and even on the dance floor his music has influenced generations from cinema goers and musicians. So just to prove his breadth of inspiration I pulled tracks out of my catalogue of things t…
 
We have an announcement! New episodes will now be releasing every other week instead of every week. A new episode will be out a week from today! In the meantime, please visit our website, www.eabbpodcast.com, to catch up on all our previously released episodes, show notes, and resources. Music was performed by The United States Army Band "Pershing'…
 
Episode 20 is our conversation with Sue Kinne, historian of the Manchester Cornet Band. Sue has been researching the band for years, and we were thrilled to have her on to dive into the history of this extremely important brass band. We discuss their formation in the 1830’s, service during the American Civil War, their organizations after the war, …
 
Mr. Henry and Mr. Fite discuss the electric guitar! Learn all about where the electric guitar came from as we travel in the good ol’ time machine. We even have an awesome interview with Mike Grande! Mike is paving the way in technology with a platform for online music lessons called Rock Out Loud.Live. Check out the platform for FREE! www.rockoutlo…
 
Episode 19 is our wide-ranging interview with Mr. Ed Pierce, member and historian of the 1st Brigade Band out of Wisconsin. We talk about long history of the 1st Brigade Band before, during, and after the American Civil War, as well as the band’s repertoire, instruments, and members. Show notes for this episode are available at https://eabbpodcast.…
 
Are we all lost stars trying to light up the dark? This episode is more of a downbeat/upbeat commemoration of some artists we have lost recently, have become stardust on the way to the big (Champagne?) Supernova. So this one goes out to Peter Green, Denise Johnson, Neil Innes, Andrew Weatherall and of course that lonely dying pulsar, Ian Curtis. We…
 
Description: Episode 18 is a great interview with Garman L. Bowers Jr., percussionist, wood worker, and 19th century rope tension drum restorer and reproducer. We talk about the anatomy of these drums, Garman’s process for restoring a drum, and things to keep in mind when making a reproduction of a drum from this era. Show notes for this episode ar…
 
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