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5:59 pm
Sun March 22, 2015

You Pick the Playlist!

To celebrate our 30th Anniversary and Jazz Appreciation Month, we would like YOU - our listeners - to choose the songs we play throughout April! 

Every participant will be entered into a drawing for the chance to win a 30 CD collection curated by KUVO!

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Music
4:11 pm
Sun March 22, 2015

New Music Monday-First Spring Blossoms

Before you know it, the umpire will be yelling Play Ball ! at Coors Fields, a Spring ritual.  Here's the first crop of musical flowers for New Music Monday. The pianist-vocalist Eliane Elias releases Made in Brazil for the Concord label. As always Ms. Elias includes songs of her favorite composer, Antonio Carlos Jobim and a few other composers brasileiros along side her original music.

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Performance Review
9:53 am
Fri March 20, 2015

Raw, Bold & Unapologetic: Su Teatro's "Real Women Have Curves" | March 12-April 4

Credit Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center

RAW, BOLD and UNAPOLOGETIC sum up Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Art Center's production of "Real Women Have Curves," running until April 4.

Su Teatro's Executive Artistic Director Anthony J Garcia said the theater strives to tell untold stories, and their latest production did just that.

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Jazz on Film
3:05 pm
Thu March 19, 2015

Jazz on Film: Stormy Weather - song and dance celebration

Credit www.moviepostershop.com

The 1943 film "Stormy Weather" is a big Hollywood musical with an all-black cast featuring many of the top entertainers of the day. It is also a snapshot into the state of Black America both inside Hollywood and in the United States. That makes this a little bit of a schizophrenic film to review.

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Music
1:46 pm
Thu March 19, 2015

Norman Provizer's Jazz Notes for March 19th

Jazz Notes 3-19-2015   By Norman Provizer

For a very small country, Israel, in recent decades, has produced a pretty amazing list of jazz players who have gained attention in the land where jazz was born. One of the most formidable of those players is Anat Cohen who appears at Dazzle, 930 Lincoln, on Thursday and Friday with her quartet. Not all that long ago, Cohen was a rising star on clarinet and soprano saxophone. Today she is much more than that.

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