KUVO Studio Club: Colorado Jazz Repertory Orchestra | Jan 15

Live in the Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio on Monday, Jauary 15 from 6 to 7pm is Colorado’s best musicians performing classic big band and modern large ensemble jazz, that’s the Colorado Jazz Repertory Orchestra. The CJRO plays to sell out houses at the Arvada Center, the PACE Center in Parker, the Rialto Theater in Loveland, as well as jazz festivals throughout the area, performing tunes from the libraries of Count Basie, Stan Kenton, Duke Ellington, Maynard Ferguson, CJRO composers and...

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Diane Schuur | Jan 16 & 17

Vocalist Diane Schuur is featured on the next “Live from Dazzle,” this Tuesday night at 6pm , only on KUVO Jazz. Schuur is in Denver for 2 nights of performances, Tuesday and Wednesday at Dazzle and we're privileged to broadcast the first set! Rodney Franks and Steve Chavis will host this exclusive broadcast engagement with the Grammy-winning singer.

Long regarded as one of Contemporary Jazz's leading vocalists, Diane Schuur is as eclectic as she is brilliant. Born in Tacoma,...

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Among Metro Denver’s pre-eminent jazz families is certainly the Fuller Family of Aurora, Colo.  The patriarch, bassist Fred Fuller and noted saxophonist, daughter Tia Fuller visited KUVO on the occasion of the family band getting back together for Papa Fuller’s 70th birthday.

Violinist Jerry Goodman made a name for himself with the Mahavishnu Orchestra laying down searing solos in the midst of that band’s blistering intensity. Goodman’s 1985 album, “On the Future of Aviation” is in marked contrast to those earlier days. This album was released on the Private Music label which was devoted to acoustic and electric instrumental music as envisioned by the artists without interference for marketing considerations. “On the Future of Aviation” is subtle, yet complex; intricate yet understated.

Tune in on Monday night, December 25 at 8pm to “Wulfie’s Wax Museum,” as we listen to Side 1 of Pat Metheny Group’s “American Garage.” Recorded and released in 1979 on the ECM Records label, this LP was Metheny’s 5th recording as a leader, and reached #1 on Billboard’s Best Jazz Album Chart in 1980. The Group also features Mark Egan on bass, Dan Gottlieb on drums, and long-time collaborator, Lyle Mays playing the Oberheim synthesizer. Join Michael Wulfsohn on the Night Beat at 8pm on KUVO Jazz.

Dazzle at Baur's

It’s appropriate that the major event during the musical week that includes Christmas is a family reunion. On Wednesday, the incredibly talented Fuller family gathers at Dazzle, 1512 Curtis, to celebrate bassist Fred Fuller’s 70th birthday at 6 and 8:30 p.m. (303-839-5100). Think about this: the bassist’s daughter Tia Fuller is among the fastest rising stars in jazz, while another daughter, Shamie Fuller-Royston, is a fine pianist and superb composer who has several discs under her belt.

Spotlight On... The Denver Woman's Press Club

Dec 21, 2017

The Denver Woman’s Press Club, is one of the nation’s oldest women’s press clubs. They have over 200 members including journalists, novelists, magazine editors, freelance writers, poets, corporate and mass communications specialists, and more. They offer a wide range of public programs, author receptions, and writing seminars for budding and experienced writers, as well as awarding scholarships to many students pursuing literary, media, and journalistic endeavors.

photo courtesy of Carolyn Joy

It’s that time of year when you are heading out to a variety of Holiday parties. And whether you are going to a work, family, or friend’s party, you might at times get stumped as to what to bring. You wonder what people will like, what they are craving, or what can you bring that will make the best impression.

Travis Broxton Photography

Vocalist Kevin Mahogany has passed away at age 59, reports the Kansas City Star and other sources.  A swell of shock and affection began to appear on Facebook pages by Monday afternoon after the news broke.


Tune in to Jazz with Victor Cooper - weekdays from 6-9 a.m. MT - for Stories of Standards to hear our favorite versions of this song all week long starting Monday, December 18!

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Given the recent wrangling and consternation over the 2016 Presidential Election, I decided to go back and review just who scholars and historians consider to be the top 10 of our 45 U.S. Presidents. After looking at the list, I found Andrew Jackson ranked 9th highest among our past presidents. I decided to read about Jackson, since his name came up so often during the political debates surrounding the last election.

Arturo Gómez

On the week of December 18, yours truly, Arturo Gómez, will spotlight five influential purveyors of Latin jazz who are non-Latinos. I will play two songs by each artist selected for each day of the week through Friday, December 22. The first song by the daily artist will be aired at approximately 12:12pm, and the second one will be played around 12:54pm MT.



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