Best ajazz podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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A blog with interviews, reviews, features and podcasts on jazz of the past, present and future. Two time winner of the JazzTimes Readers' Poll for Best Podcast.
 
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Ajazz Tech
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Ajazz Tech delivers a short and sweet summary of tech news at the end of the weekly tech cycle so you can sit back, relax, and listen. Join long time technology enthusiast, Alex Zarnoski, for commentary on the biggest tech stories of the week. You can visit his entertainment network, AjazzNetworks.com for web-shows, blogs, and additional audio broadcasts, which cover a wide variety of topics.
 
Scene Profiles: LISTEN TO OUR PILOT EPISODE! STREAMING LIVE! The exciting new podcast hosted by Dave Damiani & Lyman Medeiros is a insightful and hilarious take on what is happening on the LA Jazz Scene. “Scene Profiles” will highlight and preview performances for LA’s hottest young jazz stars.
 
Cinema Clash
 
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Ask A Jazz Dude
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Marcus Lewis interviews guests and listeners chime in on FB Live!
 
CiTR is proud to present one of the best jazz shows in Vancouver. It has been hosted by notable jazz musician Gavin Walker since 1984. He features Jazz music that is respectful of its tradition and influential to the future. Every 11 o clock an album or an artist is featured and explored in depth. Walker's extensive knowledge and hands-on experience as a jazz player has made this show one of the most listened to in its genre.
 
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House of jazz
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This is a podcast of the House of Jazz show broadcasted live on Radio cardiff at 22:00 UK time every tuesday. The show is hosted by a young and energetic university music student. If you do not know jazz, this show is perfect as it embeds every style of jazz. In fact any artist who has influenced jazz musicians or is inspired by jazz music can be played on the show. From gypsy jazz, rap jaz, big band, be bop, acid jazz, fusion, funk, soul latin and many more. The show seeks to explore the en ...
 
The Jazz Treasury Podcast is devoted to exhibiting the best of jazz history in the format of an auditory tour of America’s rich indigenous music. Bi-weekly a different aspect of jazz will be presented. It may be a portrait of a musician such as Duke Ellington or John Coltrane. It could be a specific instrument like the bass or trumpet. We may visit a jazz city like Chicago or New Orleans. Other exhibits will focus on genera such as bebop or swing.
 
A jazz show. From the 20's to the present day. Discussion of how to listen, jazz history, personal stories and interviews along with great jazz music.
 
Podcast of a jazz radio show that airs live on WRFR.org on the first 3 Fridays of the month 9-11am. Featuring the music of drummer, composer & bandleader Paul Motian. There are also readings from his autobiography, interviews and liner notes. Visit my blog for more info: www.jazzcloset.blogspot.com.
 
A Jazz and Blues podcast from New England Public Radio's (WFCR) Tom Reney. Tom has been the host of the daily Jazz a la Mode radio program for over 30 years. He lectures widely on jazz, and his writing on music has appeared in the Boston Globe, Downbeat, Jazz Times and the jazz blog at NEPR.net. He can be reached at TR@nepr.net.
 
A jazz and blues radio talk show, Jazzin Em Up with Cres O'Neal, with your host Cres O'Neal, lights up internet radio with interviews and music from some of the greatest jazz masters around...from old to new. Jazzin Em Up With Cres O'Neal starts a new jazz revolution by providing its world-wide listening audience with in-depth interviews of guests representing the entire jazz spectrum - whether it be smooth jazz, fusion jazz, bebop jazz, standard jazz, or straight ahead jazz. Cres O'Neal get ...
 
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You'll Hear It
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Jazz musicians Peter Martin & Adam Maness give you daily tips on how to develop as a jazz player. Listen for a combo of actionable advice and occasional humor in just 10 minutes a day. From Open Studio.
 
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STAB!
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STAB! brings together writers, stand ups and other regional gems to partake in a darkly intelligent live comedy panel show. Described as "Incisive wit that cuts to the bone." by the Sacramento News and Review, STAB's! off-beat format allows panelists 24 to 48 hours to create their own unique takes on various random prompts. Ranging from the online dating profile of The Virgin Mary to the tourism guide of Super Mario Brothers Level 1-1, STAB! is a celebration of all things everything; it's li ...
 
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LizzJazz
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Longtime friend of Access Manawatu, Liz Chandler, digs into the discography of a jazz artist, and the many subgenres involved!
 
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Musical Space
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Musical Space is a look at all things music, by KMUW Music Commentator Mark Foley. Mark is Assistant Professor of Double Bass and Electric Bass, and Principal Double Bass in the Wichita Symphony Orchestra. He has been a featured soloist with the Wichita Symphony Orchestra. He also has performed with the Rochester Philharmonic, the Heidelberg Castle Opera Festival, the Binghamton Symphony, the Minnesota Opera and also performs extensively as a jazz artist.
 
ROJ is a jazz show that explores the genre from all of its many perspectives. Hosted by Howard Robertson and Malvin Massey, Jr., two musicians, jazz aficionados and longtime friends. Hailing from Memphis, TN, ROJ strives to be informative, engaging and downright fun shows on the air and available via podcasts.
 
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Marc Collins & Andy Mason’s Chat n Choonz radio show “The podcast” available at collinsandmason.co.uk, #Mixcloud & #iTunes #podcast. A Jazz Funk Soul & RnB Extravaganza! Plus, WIN a £10 record/CD voucher from Crazy Beat Records by guessing correctly Warnsey’s “Choon of the Week” in association with my-londontaxi.com crazybeat.co.uk and richards ...…
 
This week’s Love in History comes with a song in our hearts – from the musical love of Irving and Ellin Berlin. Also in this episode, Lovin America On the Road from the Riverfront in N’awlins with Mona and Don, the lady and the lawman; Lovin the News from the quirky side of South Dakota! Extended features for Lovin America’s Patrons (www.patreo ...…
 
Six-time Grammy-winning jazz bassist Christian McBride is a virtuoso soloist, organizer of many different ensembles, and the artistic director at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center's jazz program, the National Jazz Museum in Harlem, and, the Newport Jazz Festival. Also educator and advocate. He's something of a jazz superhero. He will open t ...…
 
Chapter 1 from the fairy tale novelette, The Fourth Law of Kanaloa, by Johan Twiss. "I broke the fourth law of Kanaloa. I made physical contact with a human."Running from her past, a jazz singer finds refuge on the Hawaiian paradise of Pearl Harbor. But her life is forever changed when Japanese fighters attack and a mysterious figure emerges fr ...…
 
Love To A Jazz Beat by Ignite Somerset presents
 
Dave King discusses being a modern, improvising musician, expanding your musical horizons, the drummer's role and the new records by The Bad Plus and Halloween, Alaska. Show notes page: TheJazzSpotlight.com/episode90
 
Join Chris & Vincent as they analyze & review (with FULL SPOILERS) Spider-Man 3, the 2007 blockbuster comic book movie trilogy capper starring Tobey MaGuire & directed by Sam Raimi. We end our journey of the original Marvel Spidey film trilogy with a hilarious breakdown of the one of the most anticipated blockbusters of all-time. In this 3rd & ...…
 
TAKING A CHANCE The Power of Resurrection for Daily Living Sermon: Taking a Chance on Doubts, Rev. Joshua Kingsley, preaching Scripture: John 20:19-31 8:30 a.m. We meet in the Chapel for an informal worship experience. Jonas Nordwall leads the music from the Piano. Our Worship Arts Team have designed four response stations (Prayers, Time, Talen ...…
 
Episode 7 of the Ask A Jazz dude Show, where saxophonist and educator Michael Shults comes through to talk quality control in Jazz. Poor audio, but great content.
 
Chuck Johnson knew since he was a child that he wanted to be a musician. After persistently nagging his father (who played music in a band during rowdy parties) to teach him how to play, he learned his first 3 chords at 6 years old.Chuck Johnson probably never imagined his early childhood fascination would turn into a successful career as a pro ...…
 
Chuck Johnson knew since he was a child that he wanted to be a musician. After persistently nagging his father (who played music in a band during rowdy parties) to teach him how to play, he learned his first 3 chords at 6 years old. Chuck Johnson probably never imagined his early childhood fascination would turn into a successful career as a pr ...…
 
This week’s podcast starts with a guitarist who played on a couple Monkees hits. I include a nice ‘smooth jazz’ recording by him. Also some ‘smooth jazz’ from Chet Baker (followed by his soloing on an Elvis Costello track) and Steely Dan. But that’s not all there is. A recording by Wayne Shorter that received a grammy nomination for best sax so ...…
 
The Russians came for our elections, and now they've infultrated your favorite podcast - at least for this episode. We recapped the PSF Student Basketball Game in an exclusive interview with Coach McMurtry, and then covered some of the strangest basketball news we have seen this season - What is the deal with Kawai Leonard? How does Steph Curry ...…
 
The Latest Episode of Ask A Jazz Dude, where Trombonist and Rapper Kadesh Flow, talks about being Nerdy, Jazz, Trombone, and the Future of Hip-Hop
 
Readly U.S. Contact Interview starts at 12:48 and ends at 40:51 “Everyone for a long time has been trying to reinvent the magazine experience on digital, or even the newspaper experience on digital. I was one of those who came out and said, ‘Why?’ What you need to be doing is expanding your brand. People know your brand. Don’t think about shoe- ...…
 
Jazmine Nikao Interview at KE 2018 SXSW in Austin, TX!Exclusive interview with your hosts Dre Coop!!! and Shemaiah Reedhttps://www.instagram.com/yungovaseer/https://www.instagram.com/shemaiahreed/Jazmine Nikao BioOnstage, Jazmine Bledsoe, an up and coming artist, goes by “Jazmine Nikao.” The last name is Greek for “overcomer” and, if you ask Ja ...…
 
The Axeman has become a figure of American folklore; a jazz-loving serial killer preying on Italian grocers in 1910s New Orleans. Miriam C. Davis, the author of "The Axeman of New Orleans", chats with me about the series of murders that terrified the city and helps separate myth from fact. Sponsored by ForHims.com/most for all of your men's wel ...…
 
This is part 1 a series of three, maybe four, programs featuring contributions made by jazz artists to non-jazz recordings—-mostly in the pop and rock genres. It may be a jazz musicians only success in becoming a ‘rock and roll star’. Although ‘star’ doesn’t fit because their contribution rarely gets mentioned. The program starts with The Byrds ...…
 
This is part 1 a series of three, maybe four, programs featuring contributions made by jazz artists to non-jazz recordings—-mostly in the pop and rock genres. It may be a jazz musicians only success in becoming a ‘rock and roll star’. Although ‘star’ doesn’t fit because their contribution rarely gets mentioned. The program starts with The Byrds ...…
 
Josh Linkner – who started his career as a jazz guitarist - has been the founder and CEO of five tech companies, which sold for a combined value of over $200 million. He is also a deeply experienced business leader, venture capitalist, top-rated keynote speaker, and author of four books, the New York Times bestsellers: Disciplined Dreaming and ...…
 
Hey Y'all! It's Jamila and you're listening to Butifullyflawed podcasts: Where my mission is to educate teens, young adults and families about human sexuality, building relationships and healthy living. Each month I will be discussing different topics in human sexuality, relationships and healthy living. This month I am focusing on Teen Dating ...…
 
In this week's episode, Joel and Jose talked about one of the most taboo topics in our culture: death. We begin our episode by opening up a bottle of Syrah, by Cambria Estate Vineyard and Winery. Unfortunately, we ate a cookie beforehand and didn't enjoy the first sip. But as you can tell throughout the epidose, we guzzled that delicious bottle ...…
 
Hey Y'all! It's Jamila and you're listening to Butifullyflawed podcasts: Where my mission is to educate teens, young adults and families about human sexuality, building relationships and healthy living. Each month I will be discussing different topics in human sexuality, relationships and healthy living. This month I am focusing on Teen Dating ...…
 
This week we have guest host Andrea Allan. She doesn't "move things briskly along" per se, but more jumps from topic to topic like she's smoking a jazz cigarette. Andrea covers the tide change in Keith's love life, she gives an update on her recent visit to pound town with another comedian, and Chemda, as always, is delighted and horrified with ...…
 
"But to each one of us grace was given according to the measure of Christ’s gift." ~ Ephesians 4:7 Ephesians 4:7 Amplified Bible 7 Yet grace [God’s undeserved favor] was given to each one of us [not indiscriminately, but in different ways] in proportion to the measure of Christ’s [rich and abundant] gift. John 1:16 And of His fullness we have a ...…
 
We talk with McCormick Emge and Walker King, two seniors at the Charleston County School of the Arts (Charleston, SC) who play keys and guitar in a jazz band called Fusion Jonez. We talk about how they started the band and arrived on the band name, thoughts to overcome fear of public speak and performing, advice for musicians, and guidance to f ...…
 
On this "Jon Carter Classic" with 2018 Slam Dunk Champion, Donovan "Spidey" Mitchell," The Stilfe Tower", Rudy Gobert, and Coach Quinn leading a Jazz Mid-Season Revival, Timmy remember's his 1st Jazz game that was "someday" ago at The Delta Center. And with "Pops" looking for the most economically friendly parking spot, they end up late to the ...…
 
Hey Y'all! It's Jamila and you're listening to Butifullyflawed podcasts: Where my mission is to educate teens, young adults and families about human sexuality, building relationships and healthy living. Each month I will be discussing different topics in human sexuality, relationships and healthy living. This month I am focusing on Teen Dating ...…
 
Great vocals can actually be some of the purest forms of jazz….despite what some jazz snobs might think. We all have some kind of *voice*…..and how we use it is a form of ‘improvisation’. Vocals can also serve as a translator of what the composer and the instrumental soloists want to communicate. For this program I discovered a few newer vocali ...…
 
2100HRS (UK) A Soup Sessions welcome return for Sean Originalites, about five years since the last show… a Jazz Ska Reggae Soul magical mystical tour, part two! Not to be missed… Live from 9pm (UK) x CONTACT THE SHOW DIRECT (E-MAIL) The post 26.01.18 Soup Sessions with Sean Originalites appeared first on Radio Nova Lujon.…
 
Musician and DJ Lamar Harris AKA DJ Nune, comes through and talks about being versatile in the music industry.
 
PLAY Cara Gee and Peter Lynch each talk about their experience making the movie Birdland – Cara as an actor, Peter as the writer and director. What makes a good mystery and thriller? Why a jazz lounge? These questions and more are answered. Also, Cara talks season three of The Expanse, how she winds up always playing singers and her forthcoming ...…
 
As you will hear in this episode, and I’m pretty sure I bring it up a lot, I have an issue with the prevalence of observable drawing ability in children as being a marker of future artistic talent. Imagine all the potentially great artists we’ve lost just because drawing may not have been their thing? Although this was the case for Sonia, thank ...…
 
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