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The Jazz Center

I'M TALKIN' JAZZ Sunday at 8 am 7/7

Members of Take 6 (Claude McKnight and Joey Kibble) with Chris Cortez

7/14 Trumpeter Dmitri Metheny with Alisa Clancy 7/21 Pianist Don Russo with Mal Sharpe 7/28 Saxophonist Steve Heckman with Lee Thomas

RIVERWALK JAZZ Sunday at 6 pm 7/7

Riverwalk Jazz BBQ Light the coals and crack open the cooler. Nothing says July like a barbecue on a lazy afternoon. The forecast may call for triple-digit temps or a passing shower. But whatever’s in store, The Jim Cullum Jazz Band swings their way through some of your favorite warm-weather classic American jazz tunes.

Pictured: summer picnic, 1932 photo courtesy: forestlodgecatering.com

7/14 Hot Chamber Jazz: The Benny Goodman Trio 1935-1954 7/21 Fletcher Henderson & Don Redman: The Birth of the Big Band Reed Section 7/28 Beautiful Changes: The Whiteman Years The Jim Cullum Jazz Band explores the music of The Paul Whiteman Orchestra, featuring cornet ace Bix Beiderbecke, and its pivotal role in American music of the 1920s.

Pictured: whiteman orchestra, 1921 photo courtesy: answers.com

THE ANNALS OF JAZZ WITH RICHARD HADLOCK Sundays at 7 pm

The sound of surprise describes both jazz itself and the enduring premise of "The Annals of Jazz." Since 1959, host Richard Hadlock has been improvising on historical themes and bringing forth worthy performers—from Armstrong to Zorn. Each Sunday, we may find Annals in Europe, Asia, Latin America or Back of Town anywhere.


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in the moment with jim bennett Sunday at 8 pm 7/7

Grant Levin San Francisco based pianist Grant Levin, recorded in a trio setting, on December 15th, 2012, at the Sound Room in Oakland. With Greg D'Augelli and Jon Arkin.

7/14 Daria

Daria (pictured), recorded April 6, 2013, at the Musically Minded Academy in Oakland, as part of their Celebrating Women Musicians Concert Series. With Jonathan Alford, Sam Bevan, Michaelle Goerlitz and Jean Michel Hure.

7/21 The Le Boeuf Brothers

The Le Boeuf Brothers (pictured), recorded at the Jazzschool in Berkeley, on March 17, 2013. With Martin Nevin and Peter Kronreif.

7/28 The Debbie Poryes and Erik Jekabson Jazz Duo The Debbie Poryes (pictured, left) and Erik Jekabson (pictured, right) Jazz Duo, recorded on Mother's Day, May 12, 2013, at the Piedmont Piano Company in Oakland.

THE JAZZ DECADES WITH RAY SMITH Sunday at 11 pm 7/7

Bob Schulz, Joe Haymes, Ray Miller

7/14 Ray Miller, George Shearing, Benny Moten, Benny Goodman, The Cellar Boys, The Picadilly Dance Band, Guy Viseur, Willie Lewis, Tony Murena, Emile Carrara, The Jungle Band 7/21 Ruby Braff, Duke Ellington 7/28 Pat Halcox, George Chisholm, Fred Elizalde, Mark White

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JAZZ PROFILES WITH NANCY WILSON Monday at 9 pm 7/1

Pianist/Composer Horace Silver

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Producer/Arranger Quincy Jones While "Q" (b. 1933) is probably best known for his work in television, film, and popular recordings, he has deep roots in jazz. Quincy (pictured) started out as a teenage trumpeter and arranger with the Lionel Hampton band. His tremendous passion for jazz led to collaborations with Count Basie, Billy Eckstine, and Frank Sinatra.

7/15 Bassist Ray Brown 7/22 Composer/Bandleader Tom Talbert 7/29 Pianist Jaki Byard Writing in memory of Jaki Byard (1922-1999), Peter Watrous noted that Byard (pictured) "was a stylistic virtuoso, his fecund imagination saw comparisons and contrasts everywhere and his improvisations were encyclopedic and profound. He also had a sense of humor that rippled through everything he played." Byard's playing was all encompassing, covering everything from stride and ragtime to modern polyrhythms and atonality. Principally acknowledged as a pianist, Byard's eclectic stylings enhanced the music of Maynard Ferguson, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, and Charles Mingus.

JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER WITH WENDELL PIERCE Tuesday at 9 pm 7/2

The Music of Fats Waller

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Bobby McFerrin - VOCAbuLarieS

7/16 Father of the Mambo: The Music of Cachao Lopez ‘Mambo’ translated from Kikongo, - the Creole language of Cuba, means “conversation with the gods.” Bassist Israel Cachao Lopez (pictured) enlightened the jazz world with the divine Afro-Cuban rhythms from his native Cuba. Our own bassist Carlos Henriquez uplifts the Rose Theater with the ultimate ‘discarga’ jam session in honor of the late ‘Cachao’.

7/23 The Music of Sarah Vaughan

Brash vocals earned Sarah Vaughan (pictured) the titles “Sassy” and “The Divine One”. Musical director and pianist Eric Reeds leads this celebration of her work through the glorious range of Jane Monheit and Mary Stallings’ sure swing.

7/30 The Yellowjackets with Mike Stern photo courtesy: William P Gottlieb Collection


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piano jazz WITH marian mcpartland Wednesday at 9 pm

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Tony DeSare Vocalist/pianist Tony DeSare (pictured) got his big break playing the lead in the Off-Broadway musical Our Sinatra and has been a pillar of retro cool ever since. But he also performs original music along with sets of beloved standards. This week, DeSare sings and plays his deliciously romantic original, How I Will Say I Love You, and McPartland backs him on Memories of You.

7/10 Bassist Ron Carter 7/17 Remembering Pianist John Bunch 7/24 Lalo Schifrin Composer, arranger, conductor and pianist Lalo Schifrin (pictured) has authored some of the most famous music in film and TV history. His compositions include the original Mission: Impossible theme and the scores to Bullitt, Cool Hand Luke, and the Dirty Harry films. Schifrin performs his tunes Down Here On The Ground and Chano, and joins McPartland for a duet of Woody’n You.

7/31 Dick Hyman (2009)

JAZZSET WITH DEE DEE BRIDGEWATER Thursday at 9 pm 7/4

Wynton Marsalis & Vince Giordano Play Louis Armstrong

7/11 Triveni with Avishai Cohen and Guest Anat Cohen

The word Triveni is Sanskrit for three sacred rivers, flowing together. The group Triveni is Avishai Cohen (pictured, right), trumpet; Drew Gress, bass; Eric Harland, drums, with music by Cohen, Don Cherry and Charles Mingus. Sister Anat (pictured, left) joins later on clarinet.

7/18 Lewis Nash Quintet.. Kurt Elling

Kurt Elling sings from his new album 1619 Broadway: The Brill Building Project, named for a famous address in songwriting. And class act drummer Lewis Nash (pictured) leads his fine band with Jeremy Pelt and Jimmy Greene on trumpet and tenor.

7/25 John Ellis and Double-Wide.. Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society

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The Jazz Center

Thank You To Everyone Involved In Jazz On The Hill After a 9-year hiatus, Jazz On The Hill 2013 welcomed over 4,000 people on June 1st. It was a beautiful day to celebrate, welcome new friends and come together through music. It takes a village to put on a festival, and Jazz On The Hill was no different. We would like to thank everyone who worked so hard to make this festival a success: our small full-time staff of 15 (who—the next day—were definitely feeling every one of those years since the last time we did this!) to our part-time on-air announcers, our army of volunteers, and the talented musicians who put on great performances. We are grateful for your ongoing support of this community jazz station. You are part of something special...so spread the word. And, we'll see you next year!

PICTURED: CHARLIE MUSSELWHITE AND HIS BAND, WHO HAD THE CROWD ON THEIR FEET DANCING TO THE BLUES! PHOTO CREDIT: © CURTIS ANDERSON


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