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Basia

When Polish-born vocalist Basia broke away from the 1980s jazz-pop band Matt Bianco (joined in…

Bill Bruford

  Best-known as the drummer in three successful progressive-rock bands—Yes, King Crimson and Genesis—Bill Bruford…

Michael McDonald

Michael McDonald

Enjoy a one-on-one conversation with Michael McDonald and Michael Fagien- editor of JAZZIZ Magazine. They discuss his career, his concerns about the world and his new album “Wide Open”.

Keyon Harrold

Keyon Harrold

Enjoy a one-on-one conversation with Keyon Harrold and Michael Fagien. Together, they cover everything from jazz, family, race and politics that’s both positive, upbeat and reflective of this trumpeter’s future.

Christopher James

Christopher James Roberts

Christopher James Roberts is an American composer, pianist and producer, best known by music industry insider’s as Chris Roberts, one of the bright stars in music business.

Hugh Hefner- Mr. Playboy

Hugh Hefner discusses his life, his dreams, and 30 years of the Playboy Jazz Festival.

Beatie Wolfe

Beatie Wolfe is a London-based singer-songwriter with her heart set on letting fans “see music differently”.
Intro music: “Kickin’ It” by Jeff Lorber

Jay Graydon

Jay Graydon

Jay Graydon is a paradox of sorts. His album Bebop was released in 2001 but don’t let the title fool you. Graydon loves jazz, though he’s not what most would consider a jazz guitarist and though revered by fellow musicians and players alike as a great guitarist (an in-demand LA studio musician featured on albums including Gino Vannelli and Christopher Cross), the instrument is less about his profession (he also plays keyboards) than it is one of the tools he uses to perfect his brand of music.
Intro music: “Kickin’ It” by Jeff Lorber

Joshua Ramo’s Seventh Sense

Joshua Ramo

Had the latest book by Joshua Ramo: The Seventh Sense: Power, Fortune, and Survival in the Age of Networks, been published before the launch of Napster, the recording industry might have been prepared for the seismic shift in power that was about to take place.
Intro music: “Kickin’ It” by Jeff Lorber

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