In the Studio

KUVO's studio is a happening place! We host special guests for interviews as well as live performances. Year-round we are joined by local and international as well as young and seasoned musicians and guests!

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As part of KUVO's High School/Collegiate Series, the UNC Jazz Lab will be broadcast live from the Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio January 27 at 7 pm MST.

Susan Gatschet Reese

Please join me today from 1:00 p.m. till 4:00 p.m. . I'll share a little history about the origins of  "gift giving" during this time of year. You'll also hear some classic holiday tunes performed by some of your favorite musicians. It's all about the music, when you tune in to Take Note with Susan Gatschet Reese. Whatever your reason to celebrate the season, I wish you peace and happiness, good health and many bright notes! 

Susan Gatschet Reese

Vocalist Dianne Reeves and Bennie L. Williams of Spiritual Voices,  will be visiting the KUVO studio today @ 2:30, to talk to Susan Gatschet Reese about a special tribute to Dr. Vincent Harding. Harding was a civil rights leader, a longtime Denver college professor at the Iliff School of Theology and a friend of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  "My Soul is a River" will celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Harding.

Jazz Singer Ed Battle on "Take Note!"

Aug 4, 2014

Late Breaking Performance Studio Update! Tune in to "Take Note!" with Susan Gatschet Reese and help celebrate the eightieth birthday of Denver vocalist Ed Battle! He brings his trio to the Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio, with pianist Billy Wallace and bassist Ken Walker, the same group with whom he'll perform DazzleJazz's Sunday brunch on October 10th. We're live with Ed, Billy and Ken at 1:30 on Wednesday, August 6th!

The youngest of Philadelphia's musical Heath Brothers, drummer Albert "Tootie" Heath has shared the stage and recording studio with John Coltrane, Don Cherry, Dexter Gordon, Herbie Hancock, Freddie Hubbard, the Modern Jazz Quartet, J.J. Johnson, Yusef Lateef, Sonny Rollins, Bobby Timmons, Lester Young, Cedar Walton and Ben Webster.  With the middle brother, saxophonist and composer Jimmy, Tootie performs with the Heath Brothers Quartet.  Tootie's Tempo, Mr.

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