In the Studio

KUVO Studio Club: The Joshua Trinidad Trio | Apr 17

Apr 15, 2018

KUVO Jazz Studio Club and the Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio bring you The Joshua Trinidad Trio (Norwegian Trio) on Tuesday, April 17 at 7pm. The Joshua Trinidad Trio is truly a unique group of musicians that only comes along once in a lifetime. The Trio: Joshua Trinidad- Trumpet, Jacob Young- Guitar, Ståle Solberg-Drums.

KUVO Studio Club: LC's Latin Groove Band | Apr 13

Apr 13, 2018

The KUVO Studio Club welcomes LC's Latin Groove Band to the Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio on Friday, April 13 at 6pm for an hour of Latin Jazz!

LC's Latin Groove Band exemplifies Larry's love and appreciation for Afro-Cuban rhythms. We are passionate about performing accurate and exciting music to motivate listeners to move!

LC's Latin Jazz Band has produced 6 CDs to date, and are currently working on a new release that we hope to have available summer 2018.

Robert Johnson & The Mark Diamond Trio

Apr 12, 2018

The KUVO Studio Club welcomes Robert Johnson and the Mark Diamond Trio to the Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio on Monday, April 30 at 5pm. This band was initially created for a residency at the jazz club Nocturne, in Denver, CO.  The performances were so successful, enjoyed by both the audience and band members alike, that the band decided to continue performing together. Scott Martin on piano, Russ Meissner on drums, and Mark Diamond on bass, form the foundation for the amazing vocals of Robert Johnson, who was a member of Stevie Wonder's band for five years.

Our Jazz Appreciation Month celebration continues on Sunday, April 22 at 2:15pm when we welcome the Román Díaz's Afro Cuban Group to the Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio. The group performs a selection of the diverse folkloric traditions inherited in Cuba from West Africa and The Caribbean, highlighting the Bantú (Congo), Carabalí (Abakuá) and Cuban - Haitian lineages, as well as Rumba. Musicians: Roman Díaz, Rafael Monteagudo, Anier Alonso, Melvis Santa.

Sitting in the Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio before a show begins is an edge-of-the-seat experience. Something is about to happen!

The cacophony of warm up scales, new phrases and favorite riffs ceases. The host calls the room and musicians to attention as the clock counts down to the appointed time.  “One minute!” the producer shouts, startling everyone except the host who is keenly aware of exactly how much time is left before introducing the performance to a vast, unseen audience - Radioland.