In the Studio

This week on the Vinyl Vault it’s The Cornelius Bumpus Quartet with their 1983 album “Beacon.” Bumpus played saxophone for the Doobie Brothers during the last few years that band was actively recording albums. After the Doobies broke up, Bumpus formed his own band to play jazz and “Beacon” was the second of three albums he released as a leader. Later, in the 1990s, Bumpus joined Steely Dan and toured with that group for several years before his death in 2004. The Vinyl Vault, Tuesday at 8:30 on KUVO.

 

Christian Howes On-Air from Studio Flo | Jan 20

Jan 17, 2017

Tune in to Take Note with Susan Gatschet on Friday January 20 at 1:30pm when Christian Howes joins her Studio Flo. Christian will perform a few tunes and chat with Susan about his various projects.

High School / Collegiate Series: 6th Hour Jazz Combo

Dec 30, 2016
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Our first High School / Collegiate Series guests in the Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio in 2017! On Tuesday,  January 10 - 7pm please welcome "6th Hour Jazz Combo" hosted by Geoff Anderson of Tuesday Night Beat & Vinyl Vault.

Studio Club Members: Please contact Arvida arvida@kuvo.org to reserve seats for you and a guest.

A Cool & Smooth Yule on Groove Jazz Rendezvous

Dec 19, 2016

All the packages have been mailed, the grownup gifts are wrapped under the tree, as Santa is making his rounds. The parties are wrapped up, the spiritual candlelightings have been lit, this is literally the night before Christmas. It’s your moments for winding down, cooling your jets, and enjoying personal time with a favorite libation flavored with contemporary smooth jazz music and good company.

Festivo Alt. Latino | Dec 25

Dec 18, 2016

Tune in to Festivo Alt. Latino this Sunday, December 25 at 2pm (1 hour special). NPR Music's Alt.Latino presents a 2014 encore performance featuring the 20-piece choral ensemble Coral Cantigas. This musical performance also includes stories about holiday traditions and cultures. Hear a traditional Peruvian Christmas Carol, folk music from Brazil, Spain, and Mexico plus Parrandas from Venezuela and Puerto Rico. The many rich styles of Latino choral music will unite listeners through the joyful and transformative power of music. Hosted by Felix Contreras.

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