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60 minutes | Jul 9, 2021
Episode 42 - Ronan Delisle
Guitarist and composer Ronan Delisle has moved from Seattle to LA. In this episode, we chat about the move, as well as his newest solo record, "Write to Me a Coda".
60 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
Episode 41 -Johnaye Kendrick
Grammy nominated vocalist, composer, and professor Johnaye Kendrick is June's guest. We're so stoked to talk to her here about her start with music and her amazing work with vocal supergroup säje.
45 minutes | May 4, 2021
Episode 40 - Loudswell
Gordon Brown and Brady Harvey from Loudswell are this month's guests, telling us all about their award winning livestream platform that has been airing livestreamed concerts all pandemic long! They tell us all about how they got started, how it works, and what they think things might look like for livestreams in the future.
62 minutes | Apr 13, 2021
Episode 39 - Duende Libre
Duende Libre's "The Dance She Spoke" is the Earshot's 2020 NW Album of the Year. Joining us this month are pianist Alex Chadsey and vocalist/percussionist Frank Anderson to tell us all about this beautiful album and its influences from Malian and Guinean music. Content warning: discussions about race and cultural appropriation
55 minutes | Mar 15, 2021
Episode 38 - Ryan Burns
Ryan Burns is a pianist, keyboardist, guitarist, and bassist. He was just awarded the 2020 Northwest Alternative Jazz Group of the Year by Earshot Jazz last Friday. Listen in to hear all about his new record, Postponed Parade!
78 minutes | Feb 11, 2021
Episode 37 - Sundae and Mr Goessl
Vocalist Kate Voss and guitarist Jason Goessl have spent the past two and a half years touring the country in an RV. Check out this month's episode to hear how they've taken their latest record, Fun and Fancy, out on the road for curbside concerts!
72 minutes | Jan 19, 2021
Episode 36 - Alex Dugdale
Alex Dugdale tap dances, plays saxophones, clarinet, trumpet and more. He's releasing his debut album as a bandleader real soon, so listen in to find out what it's about and maybe get a sneak peek for what's to come! Photo credit: Bonnie Obremski
56 minutes | Dec 7, 2020
Episode 35 - Josh Hou, Feeling of Home
Our very own Josh Hou released an album last month called Feeling of Home! Join us as we discuss what influenced it, who's on it, and what's behind the music.
58 minutes | Nov 9, 2020
Episode 34 - Bad News Botanists
Saxophonist Frank Vitolo is the bandleader of the Bad News Botanists, a fantastic jazz-funk 6-piece. Listen in to get hear the scoop on their latest record, Indignation, out now!
45 minutes | Oct 5, 2020
Episode 33 - Jacqueline Tabor
Acclaimed vocalist Jacqueline Tabor joins us this month and talks to us about her singing, her music, and musical collaborations in the time of quarantine.
54 minutes | Sep 1, 2020
Episode 32 - Max Walker
Guitarist Max Walker's new album Stygia, is coming out September 7th! Listen in for the inside scoop on everything behind the record.
52 minutes | Aug 10, 2020
Episode 31 - John Bishop
Drummer, percussionist, educator, and record label owner John Bishop talks about growing up with music, how Origin Records got started, and how things are going with the Ballard Jazz Festival.
81 minutes | Jul 8, 2020
Episode 30 - Brian Kirk
Drummer, percussionist, and educator Brian Kirk tells stories from his decades long career as a touring musician and music educator, as well as sharing music he's making now!
1 minutes | Jun 20, 2020
Black Lives Matter
In light of current national events, we’ve decided to not release an episode for the month of June. As jazz musicians and members of the jazz community, we owe our careers, our music, and a huge part of our identities to an art form borne out of the immeasurable suffering and oppression that the Black American community faced for centuries and continues to face today. We stand with the Black community and pledge to continue to do so even after the news cycle forgets. If you’re looking for ways to support and contribute, there’s a list of excellent organizations on our Facebook page. Please consider donating if you are able. Because Black Lives Matter.
50 minutes | May 1, 2020
Episode 29 - Thomas Marriott
This month, trumpeter Thomas Marriott tells us all about his new record Trumpet Ship.
46 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
Episode 28 - Steve Treseler
Saxophonist Steve Treseler just released a record called the Snow Line Suite, a sound portrait of North America's Western mountain ranges. Listen in to hear all about it, then buy his record on bandcamp!
51 minutes | Mar 3, 2020
Episode 27 - Kate Olson
Saxophonist Kate Olson released an amazing album: Live at the Royal Room. Listen in to hear what's behind this fantastic music!
50 minutes | Feb 3, 2020
Episode 26 - Chris Icasiano
Drummer Chris Icasiano is releasing his first solo record, Provinces, later this month. Listen in for all the details on what went into this fantastic record and then go to his album release show at the Wing Luke Museum on Feb 29th. https://www.chrisicasiano.com/
47 minutes | Jan 7, 2020
Episode 25 - Jon Hansen
Tuba player, producer, and recording engineer Jon Hansen released an amazing record called Metallurgy. Listen in to find out how he made it and what else he's been working on since moving from Seattle to Zurich.
54 minutes | Dec 5, 2019
Episode 24 - Charlie Porter, Immigration Nation
Trumpeter and composer Charlie Porter is our guest this month, following the November release of his album, Immigration Nation. Charlie is fresh off a CD release tour and joins us to tell us all about it. Check out https://www.charlieportermusic.com/ to get a copy of this fantastic record!
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