Take One Eastside Radio 89.7FM public
[search 0]
More

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Hi there and welcome to Take One: Backstage! This is the podcast edition of the Eastside Radio program Take One. Take One runs every Friday from 1.30-3PM on 89.7FM and streaming across the globe from it’s Sydney headquarters at eastsidefm.org. It celebrates the good noise in your city, prompting live music gigs coming up in and around Sydney. The show has led to encounters with some fantastic musicians that only get a short amount of air time but are often extended interviews. Here is where ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Sydney based jazz guitarist Hilary Geddes is the most recent recipient of the prestigious Jann Rutherford Award. Established in 2005 with active involvement from Sandy Evans, the Award provides support to young female jazz musicians in the early stages of their professional careers. Eastside’s Mick Paddon has recorded a detailed interview with Hila…
 
On Monday, 24 February 2020, Gypsy Hot Club’s host, Hannah Murray, had the amazing opportunity to sit down and discuss this year’s International World Cabaret with the talented and versatile performer, Dahlia Dior. Dahlia Dior is an international artists that has performed along with the likes of Ray Charles, Matt Monro, Blood Sweat and Tears, […]…
 
On 16 January 2020, The Gypsy Hot Club with Hannah Murray was enthused to interview KermesZ à l’Est. KermesZ à l’Est is a band known for “Balkan melodies, metal, math rock, electro and free jazz” and have been rocking out at many art festivals around Europe for 10 years. This band will be performing at […]…
 
American singer, pianist and music revivalist, Michael Feinstein talks his recent performances, his favourite music and choosing his repertoire with Dan Barnett from Thursday’s show, Blow. Michael recently performed at the Sydney Opera House and in Melbourne with guest Aussie musical theatre star Bobby Fox. In which they re-imagined some absolute c…
 
Local Sydney singer/songwriter, Lannigan aka Ben Roach, joined Friday Drive for a live and exclusive performance of his brand new single, ‘Where Do We Go From Here?’. The song is the first single from Lannigan’s second EP, ‘I Don’t Know’, due for release in early 2020. Lannigan discusses songwriting, playing in a band and a […]…
 
Sandy Evans is one of Australia’s most significant jazz musicians. She has a national and international reputation as a saxophonist, composer, band leader and educator. Her contribution to Australian music has been recognised in her award of the Order of Australia. Sandy has a long standing interest in Indian classical music, and completed a Doctor…
 
Have you ever experienced a performance of taiko drumming? It’s very exciting. You can feel the drumming beating in your chest. It’s energetic, theatrical and uplifting. And Australia’s own internationally acclaimed drumming ensemble, Taikoz, will be performing Japanese taiko in their production, The Beauty of 8, at The Joan in Penrith on 20 July a…
 
On Thursday 20 June 2019 classical trained soprano Sara Macliver joined Gemma on Thursday Drive to chat about her current performance; a song recital with Ian Munro on the piano titled Songs My Mother Taught Me – a selection of well-known and not-so-well-known songs to champion women, their stories and their music. A homage to […]…
 
Famous musicians Dahlia Dior and Courtney Severini joined The Gypsy Hot Club host Hannah to chat about their get together and the creation of Cafe Continentale. The show they describe as Luscious Latin from Italy, Spain and Beyond. Listen to them speaking about how they got into singing, their spectacular story of how they have […]…
 
Nora Fischer chats with Eastside’s Elsen Price about her experience joining the Silkroad Ensemble. Nora Fischer is challenging the way we listen to the voice. The Amsterdam-based singer is renowned for her adventurous approach to live performance and her innovative projects fusing classical and contemporary repertoire. This can range from tradition…
 
Angélique Kidjo from Benin has changed from the femme fatale of Afro-Funk to the new Mama Africa as successor to Miriam Makeba. In the Australian premiere of her latest project, she remains unpredictable: transforming the iconic Talking Heads album Remain in Light. Angélique chats with Eastside’s Matt McMahon during his show Blow on the 7th […]…
 
Jazz musician Sean Wayland sat down for a chat with Matt and Dan on their show Blow at Eastside FM on Thursday the 7th of February discussing the legendary Horst Liepolt. Horst Liepolt, immigrated from Germany in 1951 and after a period in Melbourne, where he opened the club Jazz Centre 44, came to Sydney […]…
 
Elaine Chia the CEO of City Recital Hall joined us at Eastside FM for an interview by Virginia Lowe on Arts Wednesday. Chia tells Eastside how though she’s always had a passion for music, her degree was actually in interior architecture. During her time studying she worked at The Princess Theatre in Melbourne as an […]…
 
With it’s hypnotic hip-hop vibe and punk-rock energy, BCUC taps in to the spirits of it’s ancestors and the creative rebellious energy of it’s hometown, Soweto. This outspoken and outstanding seven-member band uses ïncantations” in Zulu, Sotho and English, funky modulations and more to bring to the world the voice of their people. There are […]…
 
Wolfgang Muthspiel is one of the most influential jazz guitarists of his generation. After graduating from the New England Conservatory and Berklee College of Music Wolfgang recorded multiple albums with his brother Christian and toured with musicians like Gary Burton and Mick Goodrick. Muthspiel and musicians Slava and Leonard Grigoryan are curren…
 
Keppie Coutts was recently on Cathy’s show “The Last Walz” to talk about her upcoming new show “The Mysteries of Mad River – A Swamp-Folk Operetta”. It is an eccentric, freudian, and sparkling piece of musical theatre, that is one-part cabaret, one-part murder mystery. The show takes place on the 30th November at 7pm at the […]…
 
Pianist/composer Helen Sung hails from Houston, TX, where she attended the High School for the Performing & Visual Arts. Now based in New York City, Sung has worked with a “Who’s Who” in Jazz, including the late Clark Terry, Ron Carter, Wayne Shorter, Wynton Marsalis, and MacArthur Fellow Regina Carter. Like many of New York’s top […]…
 
Allysha Joy has been making a name for herself over the last few years. Alongside Horatio Luna, Ziggy Zeitgeist and the rest of her incredibly talented 30/70 family, their music has taken them around Australia, through Europe and even further through the waves of the internet, emphasised further by the backing of London-based label Rhythm Section. …
 
Mojo Juju is a Melbourne-based artist who has been present within the Australian music scene for well over a decade. She created music that harked to more bluesy, jazz-influenced traditions; which gained her a respectable fan base and an highly coveted record deal with ABC Music. But with the release of Mojo’s riveting third solo album […]…
 
Ambre Hammond is a woman of many talents! Not only is she an international keynote speaker, who is the founder of humanitarian project “Girl Piano Truck” and a proud ambassador of the Peace Program for the United Nations Association of Australia, but she is also a talented classical pianist and composer! Amber has performed throughout […]…
 
Sydney Symphony Orchestra presents the Disney classic, Mary Poppins – in Concert. The Oscar award-winning film will be played on the big screen, with the Orchestra performing every note of the charming musical score, including the favourites: Let’s Go Fly a Kite, Chim Chim Cher-ee and A Spoonful of Sugar. The conductor, Erik Ochsner, landed […]…
 
Live Interview with Jade de Silva writer and performer of the Show: “Stories And Songs Of The Big Mummas!” The Big Mumma’s is a soulful journey from the women who started it all. Often going without any acknowledgement, their music was loud, raunchy and big. Many of their songs made famous by men. ‘You Ain’t Nothing […]…
 
The 18 piece Count Basie Orchestra is the real deal, a who’s who of the best swing players the world has to offer. Directed by veteran trumpeter Scotty Barnhart and featuring special guest vocalist, the remarkable Carmen Bradford, Gill Falson was lucky enough to have both performers pop into Playing Favourites ahead of their Sydney Opera House perf…
 
Hi there and welcome to another ep of Take One Backstage taking you behind the scenes of Sydney’s live music scene. Yes! It’s been quite a while I know since I’ve uploaded an episode. Now I won’t take you through what’s been happening between now and then but the good news is that I’ve now got two extra pairs of hands on deck and making not only th…
 
“Diamond Duck” are James Daley (mandolin) and Brian Campeau (acoustic guitar) joined Cathy Kirkpatrick in the Eastside studio this week, for “The Last Waltz”, performing songs live “Enemy of Reason” and “Middle of a Song” from their debut EP. Usually a duo, this performance will feature some very special guests including, Oliver Miller on […]…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login