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  1. Chet Baker Ensemble (Pacific Jazz ten inch) The Bessie Smith Story, volume 4 (Columbia)
  2. Jimmy Witherspoon featuring Ben Webster, Roots (Reprise)
  3. Delvon Lamarr

    He's playing in Austin in about a month. ANTONE'S PRESENTS Antone's B3 Summit II: Delvon LaMarr, Ike Stubblefield, Red Young & Sauce Gonzalez FRI · SEPTEMBER 14, 2018 Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm
  4. An opportunity to hear the fabulous Gambian kora player/vocalist, Sona Jobarteh... THE DISTRICT CULTURAL ARTS FEST in Austin, Texas across multiple venues Presented by Six Square, the District Cultural Arts Fest is an exciting celebration that honors the rich legacy and cultural contributions of Central Texas’ Black community. On September 1, 2018, join Six Square - Austin’s Black Cultural District as they continue creating a nexus of thriving Black arts and culture in East Austin. Visual artists, musicians, poets, dancers, chefs and more will reanimate six sites of historical significance in The District, including: Oakwood Cemetery, Doris Miller Auditorium, Givens Park, Six Square’s headquarters and Huston-Tillotson University. The daytime portion of the festival will feature installations across five sites, and attendees will have the option to take guided or virtual tours of The District. From interactive African drumming and dance to engaging theatrical performances, each site’s events will provide a new context to the location’s history and a curated menu of unlimited food and adult beverages provided by Wines of Dotson Cervantes and Tito's Handmade Vodka. Festivities will culminate at our sixth and final site, the historic Huston-Tillotson University, with musical performances from international, national and local acts inspired from Africa and the African Diaspora. Food and retail vendors are welcomed. Tickets are now available. Details* on each site’s events, logistics and registration information can be found below. Musical Lineup: Carolyn Blanchard & the Jazz Affair Tobe Nwigwe Sona Jobarteh Grammy Nominated artist Mali Music
  5. JOEY DEFRANCESCO TRIO Friday, February 1, 2019, 8:00 p.m. Venue: Arts and Technology Lecture Hall Admission: $20 Season: 2018-19 The New York Times praised Grammy-nominated Joey DeFrancesco as “master of rhythmic pocket, and of the custom of stomping bass lines beneath chords and riffs.” He has garnered numerous awards, was inducted into the Hammond Organ Hall of Fame in 2014 and has topped the critics polls in DownBeat Magazine eleven times over the past 15 years and the readers polls every year since 2005. For more information contact: Arts and Performance Office 972-UTD-ARTS
  6. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Curtis Fuller Sextet, Imagination (Savoy)
  7. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Paul Horn, The Jazz Years (Black Sun)
  8. Allan Holdsworth, Velvet Darkness (CTI/King) Herbie Harper, Bud Shank, Bob Gordon (Liberty) Birdland Dream Band (RCA Vik)
  9. August 23-24, 2018: Charlie Hunter, Fayetteville Roots Festival, Fayetteville, Arkansas August 30, 2018: Jerekus Singleton, Sam's Burger Joint, San Antonio August 31, 2018: Tutu Jones, Riverfront Jazz Festival, Texas Horse Park, Dallas September 1, 2018: Bobby Rush, Grace Kelly, Riverfront Jazz Festival, Texas Horse Park, Dallas Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, Bedford Blues Festival Sona Jobarteh, Huston-Tillotson University, Austin September 2, 1018: Dee Dee Bridgewater, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Riverfront Jazz Festival, Texas Horse Park, Dallas September 5, 2018: Wycliffe Gordan, Sammons Center, Dallas September 8, 2018: Abhisek Lahiri (sarod), Subrata Bhattacharya (tabla), Allen Public Library September 14, 2018: Al Di Meola, The Heights, Houston Ike Stubblefield, Delvon Lamarr, Antone's, Austin Peggy Stern, Cezanne, Houston Selwyn Birchwood, Six Springs Tavern, Richardson September 15, 2018: Big Bill Morganfield, Denton Blues Festival Al Di Meola, One World Theater, Austin Selwyn Birchwood, Franklin's Tower, Humble September 16, 2018: Al Di Meola, Kessler Theater, Dallas Selwyn Birchwood, Big Bill Morganfield, Zac Harmon, Denton Blues Festival September 19, 2018: Fred Hersch, Trinity University, San Antonio Buddy Guy, Granada Theater, Dallas September 20, 2018: Fred Hersch Trio, Fort Worth Public Library September 22, 2018: Divine Trio, Allen Public Library September 28, 2018: Stanley Clarke, One World Theater, Austin September 29, 2018: Kamasi Washington, Toyota Music Factory, Irving September 30, 2018: Stanley Clarke, Dosey Doe, Houston Kamasi Washington, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, The Woodlands October 2, 2018: David Gerald, The Lumberyard, Roscoe October 3, 2018: Ches Smith/Mat Maneri/Craig Taborn, North Door, Austin David Gerald, Love and War, Plano October 5, 2018: John Scofield, Mohawk, Austin October 6, 2018: Sweekar Katti (sitar), Houston George Brooks Aspada, Bates Recital Hall, Austin Delfeayo Marsalis, Jazz and World Festival, Tulsa, Oklahoma October 10, 2018: Branford Marsalis, Austin State University, Nacogdoches October 10-11, 2018: Dina Elwedidi, One 2 One Bar, Austin October 11, 2018: Branford Marsalis, Moody Performance Hall, Dallas October 12, 2018: Branford Marsalis, Brauntex Performing Arts Center, New Braunfels October 26, 2018: Jacob Bro, Thomas Morgan, Joey Baron, Duet, Tulsa, Oklahoma November 3, 2018: Lonnie Smith Trio, Wortham, Houston November 7, 2018: Rachella Parks, Sammons Center, Dallas November 10, 2018: Charle Hunter, Duet, Tulsa, Oklahoma November 11, 2018: Charlie Hunter, Guitar Sanctuary, McKinney December 1, 2018: Pedrito Martinez, Wortham, Houston December 3, 2018: Wynton Marsalis, Tobin Center, San Antonio December 4, 2018: Charles Lloyd, Bill Frisell and Thomas Morgan, San Antonio December 5, 2018: Wynton Marsalis with Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Meyerson, Dallas February 1, 2019: Joey DeFrancesco Trio, University of Texas at Dallas February 2, 2019: Stefon Harris and Blackout, Carver Center, San Antonio February 8, 2018: Chucho Valdes, Wortham, Houston February 9, 2019, Chucho Valdes, Laurie Auditorium, San Antonio February 23, 2019: Susana Baca, Carver Center, San Antonio March 23, 2019: Tom Harrell Quintet, Empire Theater, San Antonio April 11, 2019: Stanley Jordan, One World Theater, Austin Terence Blanchard and Rennie Harris, Bass Concert Hall, Austin April 12, 2019: Dave Douglas, Wortham, Houston April 13, 2019: University of Texas Jazz Orchestra with Joe Lovano, Bates Recital Hall, Austin April 26-28, May 2-5, 2019: New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival
  10. Kid Ory, Plays W.C. Handy (Verve)
  11. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Eric Dolphy, Vintage Dolphy (GM)
  12. Stuff You've Found Inside of Used LPs

    Inside a copy of the Prestige album by Sonny Stitt, Black Vibrations, which features Leon Spencer on organ: There is both a form typed letter dated from June of 1972 and and a handwritten note from Leon Spencer to Jim. The form letter is soliciting work in a club. "Shortly thereafter [his third album being released on Prestige/Fantasy at the end of July] I will be making a swing through your area. I will be available for engagements in your club and that area." The handwritten note to Jim states: In addition to this album (Louisiana Slim) and the one by Sonny Stitt (Black Vibrations) I have recorded ten other albums with and recent releases with Lou Donaldson, Gene Ammons, Rusty Bryant and Melvin Sparks. If the question is who have I ever played with and behind; ... Peggy Lee, Lou Rawls, Hank Crawford, Liberace and The Sister's Love. That should be enough. My new album is really something else and I'll send it to you in plenty of time for publicity. I'll need to hear from [you] with a week or week and a half. Awaiting your reply, Organist Leon Spencer Jr. [Houston phone number]
  13. So, What Are You Listening To NOW?

    Philip Catherine, Transparence (Inak)
  14. Red Garland, Satin Doll (Prestige, 1983 issue) Hal McKusick, Cross Section--Saxes (Decca stereo). Arrangements by George Russell, Jimmy Giuffre, Ernie Wilkins and George Handy. Kenny Burrell, Soul Call (Prestige mono)
  15. International Music Festival, San Antonio, 2019 Saturday, 23 March | 7:00pm | Empire Theatre Tom Harrell Quintet Tom Harrell, an American jazz trumpeter, flugelhornist, composer, and arranger. In addition to the 32 albums and thousands of concerts worldwide as a leader, Harrell has worked with important figures in jazz history including Bill Evans, Gerry Mulligan, Stan Kenton, Woody Herman, Dizzie Gillespie, Horace Silver, Art Farmer, Phil Woods, Lee Konitz, Sam Jones (with whom he co-led a big band in the 70s), Jim Hall, Charlie Haden, Joe Lovano. Praised by Newsweek for his pure melodic genius, Tom Harrell is widely recognized as one of the most creative and dynamic jazz instrumentalists and composers of our time.