Jazz

8:06pm

Ray Vega & Thomas Marriott/The Egyptian/Return of the East West Trumpet Summit
Stacey Kent/No Moon At All/Tenderly
Lisa Hilton/Nocturnal/Nocturnal

Roxy Coss/Don’t Cross the Coss/Restless Idealism
Tina Phillips/Where Will I Be?/So Heavenly
Florian Hoefner Group/The Narrows/Luminosity

Carlos Vega/Chicago Eight/Bird’s Ticket
Ira Hill/I’ll Remember April/Tomorrow
Jeremy Pelt/Dream Dancing/#Jiveculture

9:06pm

8:06pm

Mundell Lowe/Line for Lyons/Poor Butterfly
June Bisantz/I Get Along Without You Very Well/It’s Always You
Fahir Atakoğlu/Gypsy in Me/Live at Umbria Jazz

PD9 Township Jazz Project/Freedom/Live at the Scarab Club
Chris Conte/Green Dolphin Street/Our Love Will Last
Greg Abate & Phil Woods/Strollin’/Kindred Spirits

Jerry Weldon/’Til There Was You/On the Move!
Lyn Stanley/Nice ‘n’ Easy/Interludes
Peter Erskine/Sage Hands/Dr. Um
Enrique Haneine/Houston/Instants of Time

9:06pm

8:06pm

Allison Au Quartet/Aureole/Forest Grove
Mary Foster Conklin/Night in the City/Photographs
Laws-Biegel/Irlandaise/Symphonic Arrangement: Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano

Gabriel Mervine/You Go To My Head/People
Nicolas Bearde/Come Back to Me/Invitation
Jenny Maybee & Nick Phillips/Blue Monk/Haiku

8:06pm

Bob DeVos/Beautiful Love/Six String Solos
Karrin Allyson/Many A New Day/Many A New Day
Mack Avenue Superband/Paint Brushes/Live from Detroit Jazz Festival 2015

David Gilmore/The Seeker/Energies of Change
Laura Perlman/I’ve Never Been In Love Before/Precious Moments
Tom Matta Big Band/A Night in Tunisia/Standards

Sylvan Street/Shooting Star/Feedback Loop
Cyrille Aimée/Let’s Get Lost/Let’s Get Lost
Will Caviness Sextet/Spleen/A Walk

9:06pm

8:06pm

Jim Clayton/Cheek to Cheek/Lenny Jumps In
Karrin Allyson/We Kiss in A Shadow/Many A New Day
Enrique Haneine/Angularity Within/Instants of Time

Larry Novak/The Days of Wine and Roses/Invitation
Stryker-Slagle Band/City of Angels/Routes
The 14 Jazz Orchestra/Palladium/Nothing Hard Is Ever Easy

Phil Woods Quintet/I’ve Got Just About Everything/Live at the Deer Head Inn
Fiveplay/I’m in the Mood For Love/Live at the Deer Head Inn

9:06pm

8:06pm

Greg Abate & Phil Woods/Moonlight in Vermont/Kindred Spirits
June Bisantz/I Get Along Without You Very Well/It’s Always You
Greg Chako/Inspiration Blues/Integration

Lucian Ban/Southern Dawn/Elevation
Chris Conte/Green Dolphin Street/Our Love Will Last
Mundell Lowe/My Shining Hour/Poor Butterfly

Ken Fowser/Head Start/Standing Tall
Lyn Stanley/Nice ‘n’ Easy/Interludes
U.S. Army Blues/Stardust/Live at Blues Alley
Yair Lowenson/Parkeritis/Old Bottles New Wine

9:06pm

8:06pm

Greg Abate & Phil Woods/Steeplechase/Kindred Spirits
Lyn Stanley/Nice ‘n’ Easy/Interludes
Blue Muse/Bless You/Live

Old Time Musketry/Drifter/Drifter
David Friesen & Glen Moore/Free Play/Bactrian
John Colianni Quintet/After Hours/After Hours

Lenore Raphael & Wayne Wilkinson/Just Friends/Strings Attached
Ira Hill/Afro Blue/Tomorrow
Tom Collier/The Junction/Across the Bridge
Wadada Leo Smith & John Lindberg/Typhoon/Celestial Weather
Malija/Blues/The Day I Had Everything

9:06pm

9:06pm

Tom Matta Big Band/A Fine Romance/Standards
Rich Crandall/I Cover the Waterfront/Buddy Nowhere
Jemal Ramirez/Waltz for Monk/Pomponio

Fahir Atakoğlu/Gypsy in Me/Live at Umbria Jazz
Tina Phillips/I’m Just A Simple Girl/So Heavenly
Peter Erskine/Lost Page/Lost Page

PD9 Township Jazz Project/Freedom/Live at the Scarab Club
Bob DeVos/Chitlins Con Carne/Six String Solos
Eric Olsen/Be Now My Vision/Sea Changes
Sylvan Street/Shooting Star/Feedback Loop

8:06pm

The 14 Jazz Orchestra/Palladium/Nothing Hard Is Ever Easy
Svetlana and the Delancey Five/Sometimes I’m Happy/Night at the Speakeasy
Enrique Haneine /Slippery When Dry/Instants of Time

Jerry Weldon/’til There Was You/On the Move!
Marlene VerPlanck/Free and Easy/The Mood I’m In
Larry Novak/The Days of Wine and Roses/Invitation

Lenore Raphael & Wayne Wilkinson/Just Friends/Strings Attached
Michael Brothers Quartet/Reunion/Reunion
Stryker-Slagle Band/Self-Portrait In Three Colors/Routes

9:06pm

8:06pm

Kirsten Edkins/Soul Eyes/Art & Soul
Theo Croker & DVRK Funk /The Right Time/DVRK Funk EP
Cory Weeds & the Jeff Hamilton Trio/Secret Love/This Happy Madness

Houston Person/The Sunny Side of the Street/Something Personal
Carrie Wicks/Maybe/Maybe
AMP Trio/Culture/m(y)our world

Doug Webb/Spiral/Back East
Emma Larsson/Watch My Garden Grow/Sing to the Sky
Jeff Jenkins Organization/The Arrival/The Arrival
Christian Howes/America/American Spirit
Antonio Hart/Down and Up/Blessings

9:06pm

8:06pm

Ernie Krivda/Great Lakes Gumbo/Requiem for A Jazz Lady
Mike Holober/Piece of My Heart (featuring Kate McGarry)/Balancing Act
Stryker-Slagle Band/City of Angels/Routes

Phil Woods Quintet/I’ve Got Just About Everything/Live at the Deer Head Inn
Chester Thompson Trio/Joy Waltz/Simpler Times
Michael Brothers Quartet/Eye of the Hurricane/Reunion

Fiveplay/La Americana/Live at the Deer Head Inn
UNT One O’Clock Lab Band/Uncertainty/Lab 2015

9:06pm

8:06pm

Joseph Daley/Modality/The Tuba Trio Chronicles
Sarah King & the Smoke Rings/Up A Lazy River/Sarah King & the Smoke Rings
Mings and Craig/Angel Eyes/Day By Day

Ferit Odman/On A Misty Night/Dameronia with Strings
Doug MacDonald/Wave/Solo Plus
Niall McGuinness/Suite Sue/Bolero

Eric Olsen/Waltz in C# minor (Chopin)/Sea Changes
Tina Phillips/I’m Just A Simple Girl/So Heavenly
Sylvan Street/Shooting Star/Feedback Loop
David Friesen & Glen Moore/Soft As Silk/Bactrian

9:06pm

Vocalist Dana Land returns to HPR’s Atherton Studio on February 27 with the songs of America’s favorite crooners, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Dean Martin, Mel Torme, and Bobby Darin.  The evening is dubbed “Dana Does Frank, Tony, Dean, Mel, & Bobby!”  Land’s music director and accompanist on piano is the Duke Ellington Orchestra’s Tommy James. She is also accompanied by Rockford Holmes (saxophone, flute, clarinet), Alika Lyman (bass), and Von Baron (drums).

Bryan Thompson / Flickr
Bryan Thompson / Flickr

Roy Hargrove wants to carry the torch of jazz music into an unstable future.  But after recording more than 20 albums and countless collaborations, he feels his work is far from being complete. 

Tonight's show will skip through classic soul in the first hour, then weave through the roots of Jamaican music onto gems from West Africa. Always Eclectic- Always Hawaii Public Radio! 

  

Hawaii’s live jazz scene will be getting a well-known venue next year with the addition of a Blue Note Jazz Club. The 300 seat venue will occupy the former Society of Seven showroom inside the Outrigger Waikiki.  Barbara Campbell is the Vice President of Retail Leasing and Property Management for Outrigger Hotels.

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   Tucked into the makai corner of Mānoa Marketplace, a new music venue has been drawing weekend audiences.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa discovered there are two concert venues and art, dance, and culinary classes going on there as well.

The Stantons welcome community use of their concert spaces and are fundraising to expand their practice rooms and studios.  The schedule of performers changes constantly so check the website for the latest.

Where Credit Is Due
Where Credit Is Due

 Tonights show is going to be a little preview of the CDs available as a premium for next weeks Pledge Drive. 

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www.billcunliffe.com

Composer, pianist, arranger, Bill Cunliffe is hailed as versatile, probing, and lyrical.  His work spans Grammy winning orchestral arrangements to intimate solo piano pieces.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa spoke with him before his concert in Honolulu, Saturday, May 25th, 2013.

Natatorium, Celtic Art, Fashion Month, B.I. Jazz

May 8, 2013

It’s Wednesday, May 8 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation

The “War To End All Wars” War Memorial war continues

Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell was born in Waipahu and raised in Hilo before leaving Hawaii to study Urban Planning and Economics at Tufts University. He came home to attend the UH Law school, was Managing Partner at Ashford and Wriston and since 2002 has been in public service. How to serve a public divided over the future of the Natatorium is the issue no mayor has been able to answer in 45 years

  Musicians and listeners are singing the praises of a new venue in Honolulu.  Mezz 127 is not easy to find, but HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports, it’s worth the search.

Coming up at Mezz 127 in the Topa Financial Center: 

 Saturday, March 9
7:00—9:30
Jason Gay soprano & tenor saxes, Dean Taba double bass, Noel Okimoto drums

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