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  1. Thursday night Jazz From Blue Lake continued our Black History Month specials with a program on the great ballad and rhythm singer from Chicago, Johnny Hartman. This broadcast included an interview from 2003 with Hartman biographer Gregg Akkerman, http://johnnyhartmanbook.com. Here's a link to the program:
  3. Last night's Jazz From Blue Lake featured the music of Gregory Porter, and also forecast a Western Michigan University concert bringing Randy Brecker and Edward Simon to Kalamazoo this Thursday. Here's the on-demand file for the program. The link is good through today:
  4. Link good until late tonight. Detroit born saxophonist J.D. Allen.
  5. January is "Give the drummer some" month on Blue Lake Public Radio, and last night we heard recordings by drummer Rudy Royston, a versatile percussionist/educator originally from Denver who debuted his "303" in 2014 with Jon Irabagon, Nadje Noordhuis and others; has toured and recorded with Tia Fuller, Dave Douglas and Bill Frisell. We'll also take you "Out on Blue Lake" two hours in including an extended two piano improvisation byMyra Melford with Australia's Allister Spence. This link is only good for today:
  6. Last night Blue Lake Public Radio celebrated the life and music of Gene Krupa by opening each of the five hours with some of his music, either with Benny Goodman, Eddie Condon, his own big band or small group, and a Jazz at the Philharmonic appearance. The program also features the Jazz Datebook and plenty of music by artists performing in west Michigan this winter. This link is only good for today:
  7. Five hours of the finest in recorded jazz featuring recordings by Larry Vuckovich in the first part of each hour, and "Out on Blue Lake" two hours in with new releases from Leo Records and new music from Ornette Coleman. This file will be available today only:
  8. Big band fans: last night Jazz From Blue Lake featured the Rob Parton Big Band and Jazz Tech Orchestra from Chicago in the first 20 minutes of each hour, then kept bringing Chicago to the house with recent releases. Here's the on-demand file from the broadcast, available today only:
  9. Last night's Jazz From Blue Lake featuring drummer Kenny Clarke on demand today:
  10. Last evening's Jazz From Blue Lake featuring Myra Melford available on demand today:
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