Best trombone podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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Sticky Notes: The Classical Music Podcast
 
Sticky Notes is a classical music podcast for everyone. Whether you are a beginner just looking to get into classical music but don't know where to start, or a seasoned musician interested in the lives and ideas of your fellow artists, this podcast is for you. The show will feature interviews with the top artists of today, in-depth looks at specific pieces from the repertoire, and deep dives into each era of classical music, plus much more.
 
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Podcast - Virtual Trombonist
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On the Virtual Trombonist podcast, we discuss music and brass playing with interesting musicians worldwide.
 
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Pathways
Monthly
 
Pathways is dedicated to telling the stories of some of our heroes for the french horn. From starting on the instrument, all the way up to the highest levels of our field, we all have one very important thing in common, and that's we all play the horn. What else do we have in common? Listen to find out! Finally a french horn podcast, made by horn players, for horn players.
 
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Brass Chats
Monthly
 
Brass Chats are interviews with the best brass players in the industry hosted by Tom, Joel and Chris - trumpet players with the United Stated Coast Guard Band and makers of the wildly popular valve oil - Monster Oil. In each episode we ask successful brass players about their "tips and tricks" for mastering their instrument and we learn stories about their life as a professional brass player.
 
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RNZ: Brilliant Brass
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Principal trombone of the NZSO David Bremner hosts a series looking at the brilliant world of brass.
 
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David Helbock
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David Helbock: piano, inside piano, electronics, percussion, composition - Johannes Bär: trumpet, flugelhorn, piccolo trumpet, trombone, baritone, tuba, helicon, electronics, percussion - Andi Broger: tenor sax, soprano sax, clarinet, bassclarinet, flute, electronics, percussion
 
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Papermaker Podcast
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Musical podcastInterviews, Jams, Commentary.Thomas John Carlson - Vocals, Keytar, TrumpetGabriel Perry - Vocals, GuitarRudy Stamp - Vocals, Keys, TromboneAlex Heitzenrater - Vocals, BassJoe Allone - DrumsPast MembersSusan Lutin - Bass, VocalsRyan McCalliser - Drums
 
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Sean Murray - Funk
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In the mid 1960’s African-American musicians carved out a fresh new genre of music. Funk as it came to be known, was a musical concoction based on several different musical styles such as Soul, Jazz and R&B. For the first time, melody and harmony took a back seat. Focusing instead on a central rhythmic groove. Interweaving rhythms were complemented with a single riff or a vamp based on a single chord. Traditionally speaking Funk music featured instruments such as Electric Guitar, Bass, Drums ...
 
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Authorized for Podcast – Song Skirmish
 
The prompt was low…. so here we go I sat in the bar with my guitar He came to watch me play And every damn night, in the same dirty way He asked me if I could stay He said: Baby hey chill I am here for the thrill I am going low You think you can blow? One night I was drunk, or high on some junk I answered: “Let’s seewhat you got” Of course I ca ...…
 
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Toasted Jams
 
It’s Thursday night and the hazy smoke surrounds us in the PNW so stay indoors and listen to these tasty grooves! Today in Jam History is String Cheese Incident live at Red Rocks 10 years ago today to get you geared up for their show at the Summer Meltdown this weekend! Our scene highlights are: Polyrhythmics 8/10-13 @ Summer Meltdown Tauk 8/10 ...…
 
Yes you'll find Eric Roberson, Mary J. Blige, Althea Rene Chuck Loeb featuring Brian Culbertson, Foreign Exchange and Wayman Tisdale in today's show. Plus we add India Arie, NIIA featuring Jazmine Sullivan, Emeli Sands, Al Jarreau. Rufus featuring Chaka Khan and Damien Escobar. Then we have Dumpstaphunk featuring Trombone Shorty, Rachelle Ferre ...…
 
iJazzCafe: with Jackiem Joyner recorded 6-29-17 at South Delivering on his promise to “Evolve,” the title of Jackiem Joyner’s last soul-jazz album, the saxophonist became a father since his 2014 release, an elation-inducing experience that informs the music he wrote and produced for his new Artistry Music set, “Main Street Beat,” due June 30. T ...…
 
iJazzCafe: with Jackiem Joyner recorded 6-29-17 at South Delivering on his promise to “Evolve,” the title of Jackiem Joyner’s last soul-jazz album, the saxophonist became a father since his 2014 release, an elation-inducing experience that informs the music he wrote and produced for his new Artistry Music set, “Main Street Beat,” due June 30. T ...…
 
Playlist: John Zorn - Enigmata I The Composers Collective Big Band - Cities and cell phones Bruce Cockburn - Red ships take off in the distance Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Bullfrog Jamie Reynolds - Small worlds Jamie Branch - The storm Hank Mobley - Split feelin's Trombone Shorty - Tripped out slim Paul Jones - The minutiae of existence Bill Frise ...…
 
https://ellingtonreflectionsdotcom.files.wordpress.com/2017/08/17-009-when-cootie-left-the-duke-part-i.mp3 A Benny Goodman recording session, with Georgie Auld – tenor sax, Benny Goodman – clarinet, Artie Bernstein – bass, Cootie Williams – trumpet, Charlie Christian – guitar. “It was 1929 when Cootie came into the band, and he soon became one ...…
 
In this triumphant return behind the mic, the Broads are joined by Heide: Spicy Meme Lord of Hampton. Jennie and Lauren discuss their recent adventures at Fred Con and the Gorillaz concert, and Peter is fascinated by new uses for KY.
 
Share a love of reading with your entire family.It’s imperative to encourage reading in your family. Reading to your young child can boost vocabulary and reading skills before entering school. Cultivating a love of reading in your older children can open up a world of imagination and opportunity. Time spent reading with your infant is actually ...…
 
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Hip-BoneMusic presents BONE2PICK
 
Hip-BoneMusic's monthly interview series, "Bone2Pick". March 2013: Michael Davis interviews the Boston Symphony Orchestra trombone section.http://www.hip-bonemusic.com
 
Friends of the Show Episode 014 with @Rachelle_Mandik! “Te Occidere Possunt Sed Te Edere Non Possunt Nefas Est (‘They can kill you, but the legalities of eating you are quite a bit dicier’)”. ―David Foster Wallace Our first DFW Quote! That’s how you know our guest is a learned person of knowledge! This week’s Friend of the Show is Rachelle (RAY ...…
 
This program concludes the session of March 30, 1988. The musicians are Jimmy Mazzy (banjo/vocals), Carrie Mazzy (vocal), Stu Baird (cornet), Paul Meymaris (clarinet), John Kafalas (trombone), and Don Frothingham (piano). The selections are an unidentified tune [John Clark, a listener as well as an outstanding Boston-area reedman, identifies it ...…
 
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Toasted Jams
 
This week on toasted Jams we go to the Gorge for today in Jam History for a fantastic Phish show in 2013. We also highlight new music from Polyrhythmics, Nina Miranda and The Right Now, we also highlight the upcoming Summer Meltdown and Pretty Lights Episodic festivals. Our Scene this week Thievery Corporation 7/29 @ Marymoor Buddy Guy 7/30 @ C ...…
 
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Star Trek Podcasts: Trek.fm Complete Master Feed
 
Music and Characters. In space, no one can hear you sing. But for Starfleet’s best and the brightest, a passion—and preferably talent—for music is practically an occupational requirement. From Spock’s harp to Riker’s trombone, Data’s violin to Harry’s clarinet, Star Trek’s characters have carried on playing for more than half a century, filling ...…
 
JARED BUSH (Screenwriter) is responsible for helping to develop and shape character personalities and overall story for “Moana.”Bush is also co-creator, executive producer and writer for Disney XD's animated comedy adventure series "Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero." He also helped develop the Oscar®-winning features "Big Hero 6" and "Frozen," and ser ...…
 
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Now Is Podcast
 
Intro: “Peace and Blessings (To Fred)” The Chicago Trio from from Velvet Songs to Baba Fred Anderson (2012) available from RogueArt Records Earnest Dawkins, only credited as playing saxes but I think he's on aux percussion here Harrison Bankhead, bass Hamid Drake, drums Outro: “Take Us Home” Hamid Drake & Bindu from Reggaeology (2009) available ...…
 
Its time for another one in the series of legends. Of you have one of your own please hit me up here http://fiftyninety.fawmers.org/content/hit-me-your-local-folklore-characters. I used the cowboy and lady from sound waves creative commons.This was suggested by @JamKarMeet Jesse JamesStop the train this is a robberyI'm Jesse and that is FrankTh ...…
 
CLL #875 (feat. Brian McKnight) – 02/04/1999 – Thursday Night Show Source – Lost Tape (2017) with Kevin Tape (2016) and Tobydog Tape (2009) Patches This is a 100% Complete brand new merging of...
 
CLL #875 (feat. Brian McKnight) – 02/04/1999 – Thursday Night Show Source – Lost Tape (2017) with Kevin Tape (2016) and Tobydog Tape (2009) Patches This is a 100% Complete brand new merging of all 3 known sources, the 2 newest and best have never been shared before online. the show is now 100% complete. Brian is making what seems to be his radi ...…
 
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GIO Podcast – Superfan Giovanni
 
CLL #875 (feat. Brian McKnight) – 02/04/1999 – Thursday Night Show Source – Lost Tape (2017) with Kevin Tape (2016) and Tobydog Tape (2009) Patches This is a 100% Complete brand new merging of all 3 known sources, the 2 newest and best have never been shared before online. the show is now 100% complete. Brian is making what seems to be his radi ...…
 
The Cameroonian guitarist, Blick Bassy, now resides in rural France and wields a convincing banjo as well. The tunes on Bassy’s magic record, Akö, were intended to be an homage to the Mississippi bluesman Skip James, yet manage to parade between folk and jazz, perhaps stopping to dance with Malian music (think Ali Farka Toure) and Brazilian Tro ...…
 
The Cameroonian guitarist, Blick Bassy, now resides in rural France and wields a convincing banjo as well. The tunes on Bassy’s magic record, Akö, were intended to be an homage to the Mississippi bluesman Skip James, yet manage to parade between folk and jazz, perhaps stopping to dance with Malian music (think Ali Farka Toure) and Brazilian Tro ...…
 
https://ellingtonreflectionsdotcom.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/17-007-reflections-on-the-far-east-suite.mp3 This podcast episode features three looks at Ellington/Strayhorn’s Far East Suite. The original, of course and then two interpretations that bend, yet don’t break, the material to fit their creative impulses and their very different instr ...…
 
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Bilgemunky Radio
 
Tonight's Bilgemunky Radio marked our last episode before an extended hiatus. Due to mounting technical difficulties we're just not currently able to produce a show of the quality you've come to expect, and will therefore be taking the summer off. This will give us time to regroup, purchase some new equipment, and drink margaritas. Enjoy tonigh ...…
 
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Bilgemunky Radio
 
Tonight we dug deep and turned up some of our rarely played songs. Plus a special dedication to Presidents' Day.
 
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Bilgemunky Radio
 
Jolly Rogers, Jolly Garogers, Tom Mason, and the Audio Drinking Companion. And a bunch more. Like There be Pirates, BOOM Pirates, Abney Park, Sunken Chest. And more. Like Pirate Jenny, Rustmonster, Sforzando, Whiz Bang, and still more. And more. And more and more and more.
 
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Living the RV Dream with Traveling Robert
 
In this week’s installment, I reveal the news that I no longer have a “day job” and I talk about our recent RV trip to West Palm Beach. This podcast is sponsored by Rad Power Bikes www.radpowerbikes.com (800) 939-0310 Self Employed Well, as I hinted before, I no longer have my “day job”. I am going to dedicate 100% of my time to the podcast and ...…
 
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Toasted Jams
 
Thursday night and the funk is tight! We have some amazing shows and festivals coming, have a listen to decide where you will spend your evenings this summer. For today in jam history we go back to 1994 to listen to Phish perform an amazing Reba in Montreal. Scene highlights Soildiers of Jah Army 7/8 @ Marymoor Ben Harper 7/21 @ Pantages in Tac ...…
 
Episode 53 Music writer Jennifer Odell joins the show. We get sidetracked with politics, present & past, but finally get into interviewing Jen at the 18 minute mark- scrub away if you like. Jen tells us about her college going experiences, the pull of New Orleans, and how she came to be a writer. Jen gets into writing online for Rolling Stone i ...…
 
In this episode you’ll hear Composer: Timothy Tate Website: www.timothytate.com.au Interviewed by: Chris Williams Website: chriswilliamscomposer.com This conversation was recorded on the 30th of June, 2016, at the Royal Academy of Music in London. http://dts.podtrac.com/redirect.mp3/makingwavesnewmusic.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/11_timothy_tat ...…
 
A man is found wearing a clown mask and shooting things from a garage. Drunk, High or Crazy?
 
We roll along with the 5th installment of the session from 3/30/88 at Ephraim’s. The musicians are Jimmy Mazzy (banjo/vocals), Stu Baird (cornet), Paul Meymaris (clarinet), John Kafalas (trombone), Carol Moeller (piano), Mark Behre (tuba), and Stu Grover (drums). There are just two selections in this program: “Shuffle Your Feet” and “Undecided. ...…
 
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Relevant Tones | Contemporary Classical Music
 
About this show: Something of a lost art, improvisation in classical music is making a comeback in a big way thanks to composers like Steven Snowden, Don Malone, and Aaron Johnson. Teaming up with fantastic performers, they prove that improvisation very much has a place in the modern concert hall. Playlist: Bach/arranged by Gabriela Montero Toc ...…
 
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Hello, Sweetie! Podcast
 
So I went and got drunk some elsewhere! Like a shitty M&M. Sony and Marvel DTR. Knights of the Transforming table. Kristal’s cry-o-meter. How precious!! Coming soon to Netflix. Hopefully Nintendo. Warthortle. Give that man a star!
 
This week, hey! We have another episode! This week we had big plans to go through an entire list of Epcot rumors, and then for our main topic of Adding Things To Rides To Piss People Off. However, the Epcot rumor list was like "Fuck you, I am the show!" But that's not a bad thing, it's a really fun and thought-provoking episode! Also Josh smell ...…
 
You Can Do Bible Study What exactly is Bible study? And how do I do it? Pastor and author Peter Krol joins us this week to help us understand what Bible study is and how anyone can do it. Not only does Peter help us understand the OIA method (observe, interpret, apply), but he also explains the Holy Spirit’s role in reading the Bible. Near the ...…
 
https://ellingtonreflectionsdotcom.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/17-006-portrait-of-mahalia-jackson.mp3 “Bill Putnam, founder, builder, recording engineer, and President of Universal Recording Studios in Chicago, was having a party on a yacht one evening out on Lake Michigan. There were a lot of bigwigs from the Loop there, and a representative o ...…
 
6/23/2017 Nothing says party city like Glendale, CA!!! Walter and Fonz take the trip to meet Jules Escobedo of Texas Music Spotlight Podcast and Trombone player for up and coming kick ass indie latin orchestra Volcan. We chat about the release of Volcan’s new video “Las Aves,” how Jules’ podcast was created and his new website. Fonz goes to the ...…
 
Ad legend Keith Reinhard, who is also the father of our co-founder & CCO Matt, curated this month's playlist of jazz classics, complemented by Matisse visuals.Leave Me Alone — Johnny GriffinWhen people ask what jazz is all about, I always quote the great Chicago-born tenor saxophonist Johnny Griffin who said: “Jazz is created by and for people ...…
 
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Hops and Heroes
 
This week we spend the entire episode going through each our Top 5 Most Anticipated Games from E3 2017. Our answers might surprise you! Bailey knows about a game Drew hasn't heard of! Drew surprises Bailey with his top pick! We drink one good beer and one not great beer! There are surprises at every turn and maybe even some appropriately timed ...…
 
Lovely Socialite have embraced a few different kinds of maximalism since forming in Madison in 2009. The instrumental band’s initial name was Lovely Socialite Mrs. Thomas W. Phipps, eventually truncated to what people always call them anyway. All six members contribute to the band’s compositions, drawing on backgrounds and musical tastes that s ...…
 
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PALEOJAY's Smoothie Cafe
 
You’ve probably heard about being stoic, which has come to mean “toughing it out”, “not complaining about hardship” and the like. But actually, this is all that is left in modern times of a deep, and well thought-out school of philosophy that flourished from it’s founding in the third century BC, and right up through Roman times and beyond. Thi ...…
 
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