Take Note

Weekdays, 1 to 4 PM

Hosted by Susan Gatschet Take Note offers classic jazz, blues, Brazilian and Latin jazz including the newest releases from your favorite, and soon to be favorite, artists!

Frequently featuring insightful interviews with both national and local musicians, Take Note offers a richly diverse listening experience thanks to Susan's passion and deep knowledge of music.

Tune in weekdays from 1 to 4 PM for a program truly all about the music.

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 A jazz fan since the age of 14, Susan started volunteering at KUVO in 1996 and quickly gained a spot on the airwaves. Besides hosting Take Note, Susan is a voice over artist, promoter, producer and camera operator.

An avid photographer, Susan has shot thousands of live performances nationwide. View her photo gallery at allaboutjazz.com. Learn moreabout Susan here

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With a career spanning more than 50 years, Freddy Cole sounds a lot like his legendary brother Nat King Cole, but with his own darker, smokier, and jazzier vocal personality.

Cole will be in the studio July 22 at 2:30 PM for an interview with Susan Gatschet about his upcoming performances at Dazzle Jazz later this week.

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Henry Butler - considered the premier exponent of the great New Orleans jazz and blues piano tradition - will be in the studio for a live interview with Take Note host Susan Gatschet July 29 at 3:30 PM MT.

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Dazzle Jazz will present the 35 Year Reunion of Inner City Recording Artists Dry Jack on June 30.

 A legendary jazz fusion group of the late 70's and early 80's, Dry Jack recorded two highly successful albums - "Magical Elements" and "Whale City" - for Inner City Records.

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Vervy and fearless vocalist Lisa Engelken is bringing her untamed brilliance to Dazzle Jazz June 20.

Classically and theatrically trained, this Kansas-born straight shooter wields an acrobatic three-octave range and alternately locomotes and floats through tunes. Engelken electrifies audiences with an intensity that has garnered her comparisons to Evel Kneivel, Janis Joplin and even a roaring Harley Davidson.

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The Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra (MJO) - with special guest vocalist Becky Martin - will perform at Dazzle Jazz June 15. 

This will be the group's second Dazzle performance, which promises to be an amazing night of high-energy big band music including new Willie Murillo arrangements. 

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