Otis Taylor | June 1 & 2

To call Taylor a cutting edge artist is an understatement. Although his music is based in the blues and folk realm, his meticulously crafted recordings crash the barriers of jazz, rock, funk, Americana and myriad other genres to create a hybrid that Taylor labels "trance blues."

Otis Taylor does for the blues what Jimi Hendrix did for the guitar, taking what everyone assumed was explored to the fullest, and busting it wide open in a million new directions.

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City Park Jazz: The Other Black feat. Wesley Watkins | June 4

Formed in the late fall of 2012, this dynamic group started with a mere 9 members and has launched to upwards of 24. That's right, just about 30 musicians collaborating to bring you a unique sound and leave you with a smile in your soul. These are musicians that have already contributed successfully to the scene; from Birds Of A Feather, Bonnie & The Beard, Petals of Spain, The People's Abstract and more.

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This week on the Vinyl Vault, it’s a 1976 album from drummer Chico Hamilton simply entitled “Chico Hamilton and the Players.” Indeed, this Blue Note album features some great players including Black Arthur Blythe on alto and soprano saxophones, Steve Turre on electric bass and bass trombone, percussionist Abdullah, Will Connell, Jr. on alto sax and a 19-year-old Rodney Jones on guitar. Turre, Jones and Blythe, of course, went on to successful solo careers. This album showcases their talents from a time before they became leaders.

Local Vocalist Spotlight: Teresa Carroll

May 20, 2017

Another one of Denver Jazz’ pride and joys is Teresa Carroll, singer.  Teresa was trained in voice at Ithaca College, at the Harlem School of the Arts, and with vocal coaches in New York.  Known primarily as a jazz singer, she has sung opera for four years at Mike Bernardi’s, winning many accolades, including Best Opera Singer for Westword’s “Best Of” edition.  Westword also awarded her “Best Jazz Singer.”  Now, that’s a range!

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The Greeley Blues Jam offers  a family oriented atmosphere where everyone can expect a wonderful Blues experience. Great food and drink, merchandise vendors, ample free parking, plus camping & RV sites available just outside the Island Grove Arena.

Expect lots of food vendors on site or pack a picnic lunch, leave it in your car, and you can come and go from the arena and enjoy the park. Ticket holders will be stamped and allowed to re-enter at any time. Don’t forget to bring your picture I.D.

Trinidaddio Blues Fest | Aug 26

May 19, 2017

Steeped in the traditions of Chicago Blues and New Orleans Trinidaddio’s Line up always provides a powerful mix of artists and an abundance of Talent. Join us August 26th for Trinidaddio Blues Fest 2017 you will not want to miss this one. It’s going to be great!!

And don’t forget the PreFest Party Friday, August 25!  A Free Event!  Downtown at Main & Commercial Sts.

Stories of Standards | "Mean to Me"

May 19, 2017

Tune in to First Take with Lando and Chavis weekdays from 6-9 am MT - for Stories of Standards to hear our favorite versions of this song all week long!

Stories of Standards is sponsored by ListenUp - If you love music, you’ll love ListenUp.

Laura Newman Group | Wednesdays at Herb's

May 19, 2017
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The Laura Newman Group brings a special sound and a great variety of songs to the stage. The group features: Laura Newman - saxophone, Vlad Girshevich - piano, Jill Frederiksen - drums, and Wendy Fopeano - vocals. Don't be surprised if other musicians show up and "sit in" to make it an unforgettable evening.

Herb's Bar presents
The Laura Newman Group

Wednesdays at 7 to 10pm

Ellyn Rucker

This week it’s Brazilian-born pianist/singer Eliane Elias who kicks off our musical calendar with the final sets of her two-night stand at Dazzle, 930 Lincoln, at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. on Thursday. Her latest CD is titled Dance of Time and, at Dazzle, she has a trio with Marc Johnson on bass and Rafael Barata on drums (303-839-5100).

Divorcees, Evangelists & Vegetarians | June 8-25

May 18, 2017

A play both tragic and hysterically funny about three needy women at the brink of self-destruction or complete madness.  And that’s where they’ll find that the liberation of women, not surprisingly, clashes with male expectations.  Freedom will come with a price.

Carolyn Joy

Our guest chef for the May 2017 edition of KUVO's Wine and Food Pairing is the new chef at Dazzle at Baur's Mario Godoy.  He'll be serving a fresh take on a traditional recipe from his native Jalisco, Mexico.  And sommelier Carolyn Joy has just the match.

Godoy's dish is called "Carnes En Su Jugo."  He'll be serving it at KUVO Night, a benefit for the community jazz radio station on Thursday, May 25 at the new downtown Denver home of Dazzle Jazz, 1512 Curtis St. 

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