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Dorothy Donegan

Throughout the month of March, KUVO celebrates Women’s History Month by recognizing the contributions of notable women from the past who have impacted music. We will also be spotlighting women of the present who are actively creating memorable music today.

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A brilliant virtuoso, Dorothy Donegan constantly switched between boogie-woogie, bop, stride, Art Tatum-style swing, and classical music, sometimes in the same...

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Linda Briceño & Myles Sloniker - El Sistema Colorado Fundraiser

Latin Grammy-nominee for 2014’s Best New Artist and Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album, Linda Briceño will headline a benefit performance for El Sistema Colorado at Denver’s top jazz club, Dazzle Jazz.

El Sistema Colorado’s mission is to empower children by providing an intensive music program that teaches the importance of teamwork, promotes self-confidence and instills the value of social responsibility. It currently serves nearly 600 low-income students – kindergarten through...

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Ritmo Jazz Latino | Mar 14

Mar 13, 2017

Ritmo Jazz Latino is a Denver based 6 piece band that specializes in the infectious rhythms of modern Latin jazz.

The Band: Dr. Walter Barr-trumpet, flugelhorn,  and arranger; Francisco Mejias-congas, bata, and coro; Victor Mestas-keyboard and arranger; Gonzalo Teppa-double bass; Christine Barbosa-volcalist, pianist and composer; Howard Hernandez-timbalero and Latin percussionist

Vinyl Vault | Rainer Bruninghaus: “Freigeweht”

Mar 13, 2017

This week’s Vinyl Vault will feature a 1981 album by keyboard player Rainer Bruninghaus, “Freigeweht” (meaning free-blown). This ECM release marked Bruninghaus’ debut as a leader after working with Eberhard Weber for a number of years. Bruninghaus is joined by Kenny Wheeler on flugelhorn, Jon Christensen on drums and Brynjar Hoff on oboe and English horn. Tune into the Vinyl Vault with Geoff Anderson, Tuesday evening at 8:30 on KUVO 89.3/kuvo.org.

 

Diva Nancy Wilson

Mar 13, 2017

Throughout the month of March, KUVO celebrates Women’s History Month by recognizing the contributions of notable women from the past who have impacted music. We will also be spotlighting women of the present who are actively creating memorable music today. 

Linda Ronstadt

Mar 12, 2017

Throughout the month of March, KUVO celebrates Women’s History Month by recognizing the contributions of notable women from the past who have impacted music. We will also be spotlighting women of the present who are actively creating memorable music today. 

 

Sarah Vaughan's Wondrous Voice

Mar 11, 2017

Throughout the month of March, KUVO celebrates Women’s History Month by recognizing the contributions of notable women from the past who have impacted music. We will also be spotlighting women of the present who are actively creating memorable music today.

Carlos Núñez | Mar 19

Mar 10, 2017

Carlos Núñez comes from Galicia, the Celtic region in the North West of Spain. He is considered one of the biggest artists in the international World / Celtic Music scene, having the quality of a classical music virtuoso and the charisma of a rock star. Carlos has expanded the borders of Celtic music to Flamenco, Fado, Cuban, Mexican, Brazilian or Classical music, Movie Soundtracks, Contemporary Dance... As he describes it, he plays Celtic music with Latin passion.

 

Cindy Blackman Santana: Drummer

Mar 9, 2017

Throughout the month of March, KUVO celebrates Women’s History Month by recognizing the contributions of notable women from the past who have impacted music. We will also be spotlighting women of the present who are actively creating memorable music today.

Tobias Rene Live in Denver | Mar 11

Mar 9, 2017

Tobias is best known for his New Mexico/Tex Mex style of music.  He has had numerous #1 hits on Spanish music programming throughout the southwest and a top ten hit on European country radio.

The Tobias Rene show consists of an 8-piece power house band with a full brass section.  Tobias is considered one of the most potent Latin entertainers of all time with explosive energy on stage.

Singer Jane Monheit had just entered her 20s when she captured the second spot in the 1998 Thelonious Monk Institute’s international vocal competition – finishing between veteran Teri Thornton, who came in first and passed away in 2000, and Roberta Gambarini who emerged in third place. The New York-raised Monheit, who is at Dazzle on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, began singing at an early age and went to the Manhattan School of Music where she studied with Peter Eldridge (a founding member of New York Voices).

 

Clare Church Quartet | Mar 10

Mar 9, 2017
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The Clare Church Quartet will be playing Pete Lewis’ beautiful and heartfelt arrangements of songs that just about everybody knows and loves: I’ll Fly Away, My Favorite Things, Eleanor Rigby, Heard It Through the Grapevine, Danny Boy, Hallelujah, and more. Clare brings her passion and artistry leading the quartet in many different styles for the audience to enjoy.

Featuring Clare Church on drums, Ron Bland on bass, Pete Lewis on sax, and Doug Roche on piano.

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