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DESERT ISLAND JAZZ

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JAZZ WITH BOB PARLOCHA

THE JAZZ DECADES WITH RAY SMITH

BACK ON BASIN STREET WITH MAL SHARPE

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JAZZ WITH BOB PARLOCHA

DAVE RAMIREZ (M) P ETE FALLICO (T) RON PELLETIER (W)

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JAZZ IN THE AFTERNOON

SONNY BUXTON

MID-DAY JAZZ

KEITH HINES

A MORNING CUP OF JAZZ

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JAZZ WITH BOB PARLOCHA

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JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER WITH WENDELL PIERCE

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GREG BRIDGES (T/TH), KATHLEEN LAWTON (F)

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THE JAZZ OASIS

THE ANNALS OF JAZZ WITH RICHARD HADLOCK IN THE MOMENT WITH JIM BENNETT

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JAZZ IN THE AFTERNOON WITH JESSE "CHUY" VARELA (M/T), MELANIE BERZON (W/TH/F)

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A MORNING CUP OF JAZZ WITH ALISA CLANCY (M-F)

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LATIN JAZZ WITH JESSE "CHUY" VARELA

AMERICAN JAZZ COUNTDOWN WITH CLIFFORD BROWN JR.

A MORNING CUP OF JAZZ WITH KEITH HINES

I'M TALKIN' JAZZ

BIG BAND JUMP

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The Jazz Center

I'M TALKIN' JAZZ Sunday at 8 am

10/3 Percussionist Pete Escovedo with Chris Cortez 10/10 Singer, harmonica master Carlos Zialcita with Chris Cortez 10/17 Saxophonist Azar Lawrence with Michael Burman 10/24 Organist Will Blades with Chris Cortez 10/31 Trumpeter Arturo Sandoval with Lee Thomas

RIVERWALK JAZZ Sunday at 6 pm

10/3 Swinging on the South Side: The Heartbeat of Chicago Jazz The Jim Cullum Jazz Band and guests Duke Heitger, Topsy Chapman and Evan Christopher visit The Dreamland Café, The Grand Terrace Ballroom, The Vendome Theatre and other Chicago hot spots—circa 1915-1930.

10/10 A Night at Bricktop’s: Jazz in 1930s’ Montmartre

Photo credit: Vasser’s Scale Steppers at the Lincoln Gardens, cir. 1920. John Steiner Papers, Chicago Jazz Archive, Special Collections Research Center, University of Chicago Library

10/17 Marty Grosz: 80 Years of Rhythm & Swing 10/24 Clarinet Marmalade: Hot Jazz to Smooth Ballads A concert spotlighting the clarinet in classic jazz. Along with our own Ron Hockett (pictured), The Jim Cullum Jazz Band is joined by Ken Peplowski, Allan Vaché and Evan Christopher.

10/31 Class of ’29: Jazz on the Move from Chicago to New York

Ron Hockett © Riverwalk Jazz

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

10/3 Pianist Matt Clark and his Quartet at the JazzSchool 1/23/10 Pianist Matt Clark (pictured) and his quartet, recorded at the Jazzschool in Berkeley on January 23, 2010, with Mike Olmos, Andrew Emer and Darrell Green.

10/10 The Dena DeRose Trio

The Dena DeRose (pictured) Trio, recorded at the 39th Annual Stanford Jazz Festival, July 26, 2010, with Peter Barshay and Akira Tana

10/17 The Le Boeuf Brothers— Mike Ruby Quintet at the JazzSchool 8/26/08 The Le Boeuf Brothers (pictured)—Mike Ruby Quintet, recorded as part of 2008's Rising Stars Summer Series at the Jazzschool in Berkeley, with longtime collaborators Dominic Thiroux and Hamir Atwal.

10/24 Boom Tic Boom Drummer Allison Miller's (pictured) trio, Boom Tic Boom, in a rare Bay area performance, recorded at the Jazzschool in Berkeley on September 6th, 2008, with Myra Melford and Todd Sickafoose.

10/31 Pianist Junior Mance at the 2010 Stanford Jazz Festival Legendary pianist 82 year old Junior Mance (pictured), recorded at the 39th Annual Stanford Jazz Festival on July 27th, 2010, with Michael Zisman and Akira Tana.

THE JAZZ DECADES WITH RAY SMITH Sunday at 11 pm

10/3 Original Memphis 5, Bunk Johnson, Ella Logan, Earl Hines 10/10 Kid Ory, Duke Ellington, Bing Crosby, Benjamin Albert Rolfe 10/17 Benny Goodman, Charlie Barnet, Bert Ambrose, Duke Ellington, Johnny Long, Benny Carter 10/24 Floyd O'Brien, Bob Crosby, George Wettling, Bud Freeman, Eddie Condon, Art Hodes 10/31 The Missourians, Ozzie Nelson, Midge Williams, Walbridge's Windy City Wonders


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The Jazz Center

JAZZ PROFILES WITH NANCY WILSON Monday at 9 pm

10/4 Reedman Sidney Bechet 10/11 Pianist/Composer Mary Lou Williams Mary Lou Williams (pictured) achieved and maintained a status that many women in jazz found elusive: unwavering respect from male colleagues as a musical equal. Her accomplishments are many as arranger and pianist with Andy Kirk and his Twelve Clouds of Joy, with her own small groups, and with the be-bop artists of the '40s. Throughout, she was always - as Duke Ellington once said - "perpetually contemporary."

10/18 Louis Armstrong-The Man and His Music Part 1 It's hard to overstate the incredible reach of this original American artist. Louis Armstrong (pictured) defined American culture and did it with the force of his talent as a musician, singer, composer, author, innovator, entertainer, actor, and bandleader. He transcended racial barriers and became America's ambassador to the world.

10/25 Louis Armstrong-The Man and His Music Part 2 Louis Daniel Armstrong transcended a lifetime of obstacles to become America's most influential singer and trumpeter. In the process, he became a true American hero, shaping the destiny of the jazz world forever. By going from rags to riches, Louis Armstrong realized the American dream and became arguably the most important artist in American culture.

JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER WITH WENDELL PIERCE Tuesday at 9 pm

10/5 Intuition: The Music of Bill Evans Perpetually sensitive in style and spirit, pianist Bill Evans (pictured) was driven by a ‘quiet fire’ that has influenced entire generations of pianists. Guest musical director Bill Charlap with guitarist and Evans collaborator Jim Hall and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra pay tribute with classics like Waltz for Debby, Five and Peri’s Scope.

10/12 John Coltrane – The Breakthrough: Giant Steps 10/19 Kansas City: K.C. and The Count 10/26 Regina Carter with Reverse Thread and Stefon Harris with Blackout What do the sounds of the violin, kora, accordion, vibraphone and vocoder have in common? In the hands of innovative jazz fiddler Regina Carter (pictured) and vibraphonist Stefon Harris, they explore their past to create a very contemporary sound. With kora player Yacouba Sissoko and accordionist Will Holshouser, Carter explores the music of Africa – from Ugandan Jewish songs to traditional folk music of Madagascar and Mali. Harris and his band Blackout find inspiration in the funk and soul sound of the 70s.


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PIANO JAZZ WITH MARIAN MCPARTLAND Wednesday at 9 pm

10/6 Nels Cline Singers with guest host Jon Weber Nels Cline (pictured) is well-known as the lead guitarist for the indie rock band Wilco, but he has been playing and recording in jazz groups since the 1980s. He brings his free jazz trio, the Nels Cline Singers (which includes no singers!), to this Piano Jazz session with guest host Jon Weber for a set of richly layered free improvisations and a familiar tune or two.

10/13 Marian Selects: Bill Evans 10/20 Alicia Keys Grammy award-winning vocalist Alicia Keys (pictured) has rocked the pop and R&B worlds with her velvet voice and soulful piano playing. This New York native blends the influences of jazz greats such as Fats Waller and Oscar Peterson with a songwriting style inspired by Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone, and Donny Hathaway. On this session from 2006, Keys plays one of her signature tunes, Fallin, and joins McPartland on Good Morning Heartache. An excerpt of this program can also be found in the 30th Anniversary Piano Jazz Interactive at www.pianojazz.npr.org

10/27 Tony Bennett

JAZZSET WITH DEE DEE BRIDGEWATER Thursday at 9 pm

10/7 Jonathan Batiste Band at the Kennedy Center The extraordinary pianist’s young New Orleans style group plays Sulu’s Back in Town, Tico Tico, New Orleans Blues and Kindergarten, with cameo vocals by Jennifer Sanon

Jazz Club 10/14 New Chick Corea Trio at Monterey 10/21 Richard Galliano at North Sea 10/28 Jimmy Heath Big Band at the Blue Note We turn up the Heath (pictured) with the NEA Jazz Master (born 10/25/1926) on his Big P, the waltz Gemini, Gingerbread Boy.

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