Program Segments

Don't miss our amazing program features, covering everything from new music and jazz films to wine and food pairings!

Arts Update  - On the second and fourth Thursday of every month, Arts District host Cynthia Hessin presents the latest in Colorado's visual and performing arts.

Book Review - Every month, Dr. Robert Greer examines a new book. See past book reviews here

CD of the Month - Each month, KUVO Music Director Arturo Gómez carefully selects an outstanding new release  to share with our listeners.

Eats & Beats - A program segment related to food, restaurants, chefs, and all things gastronomic!

Jazz on Film - Explore the world of Jazz on Film with special guest Matthew Goldwasser.

New Music Monday - Every Monday, KUVO Music Director Arturo Gomez shares some of the greatest new releases during his program Jazz with Arturo Gomez.

Norman Provizer's Jazz Notes - Every Thursday at 10:30am, DownBeat magazine writer Norman Provizer joins Jazz with Susan Gatschet to share upcoming jazz and blues events. 

Arts Reviews Bob Bows and Geoff Anderson share their latest reviews. 

Stories of Standards - Each week on Jazz with Victor Cooper, Lando's "Stories of Standards" segment examines a jazz standard or tune from the Great American Songbook.

Vinyl Vault - Night Beat host Geoff Anderson shares a record from his collection Tuesdays at 8:30pm.

Wine & Food Pairing - The third Wednesday of every month at 4:30pm, Carolyn Joy of Joy Wine and Spirits teams up with a local chef to provide a divine wine and food pairing. Check our website for the recipe, and learn about our Music and Wine Club!

30 Under 30 - To celebrate 30 years on the air and invest in the future of jazz, KUVO interviewed 30 local musicians under the age of 30. These features will be released on-air and online June 29 through October 31. 

Capri Records

Joshua Breakstone is far from being “just another great guitarist”, he has developed into a unique stylist with his own sound that has attracted numerous new fans while maintaining he longtime fan base. He is perhaps the most popular guitarist in Japan where he often tours and records. Over the last several years Joshua has been touring and playing in Denver on a regular basis.

MAMA Records

October’s CD of the Month selection reflects the Autumn season as like the multi-colored leaves and unpredictable weather, Phil Norman Tentet’s Then & Now has many layers to its content. Saxophonist, clarinetist, band leader, producer Phil Norman moonlights as a financial advisor for several Los Angeles based radio stations.

Smoke Sessions Records

Most of our listeners may recall that Steve Turre was our 2012 Live at the Vineyards’ headliner.  Many of those present still talk about Steve’s amazing performance that evening playing trombone and his beloved array of sea shells that he calls “the most ancient horns”.

Fuzzy Music

 

Saxophonist Bob Mintzer is best known as a member of the Yellowjackets, rightfully so as he has been with the popular group for over 20 years. Mintzer has also led his own big band as well since about 1985.

Westword.com

Cafe Brazil Chef Tony Zarlenga visited Eats & Beats to share one of their signature dishes: cold smoked blackened sakura pork tenderloin, sliced mid to mid-rare, with a sweet hot strawberry rhubarb glaze. 

This dish features heritage breed pork from Iowa. 

"Starting with quality ingredients is key...it really is half the battle," said Tony. 

In it's 25th year, Cafe Brazil brings passion to its contemporary South American dishes. 

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