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28 minutes | Feb 24, 2019
EP-03. - How this professional musician stays constantly working - an Interview with Darrell Craig Harris.
Nigel J. EiC at Jazz In Europe and producer at JazzTalk.News – Nigel J. Interviews Darrell Craig Harris his special guest in this episode. "I was looking forward to chatting with Darrell and asking questions on his background, and the key elements and attitude Darrell lives by allowing him to stay constantly working as a professional musician and beyond..." Darrell Craig Harris is originally from Huntington Beach in California. And Darrell attended and study the electric bass guitar at the well-known musician institute in Hollywood. Darrell Craig is a constant working pro musician with a resume that has a long list of achievements. He’s been a bassist with Cirque du Soleil in Tokyo and Las Vegas. Played with Billy Preston, Frankie Avalon, Gary Puckett, Phyllis Hyman, the Queen's rock symphony from London, the list just goes on... Darrell Craig is also a published Getty Images contributor, a writer and a contributor for Jazz In Europe’s online and quarterly print magazine. Darrell's images have been seen in the LA Times, USA Today Vegas Seven Magazine, Food & Wine, TIME magazine and many more... Darrell works with brands like affliction clothing Xtreme Couture Yamaha music and Shure. His Getty Images can be seen throughout Darrell's very active social media accounts including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Jazz Talk News Interviews -Always worth a Listen! Links: www.DarrellCraigHarris.com Official Jazz in Europe FB https://m.facebook.com/DarrellJazzinEurope/ Instagram @DarrellCraigHarris @Gettyphotographer Twitter @DarrellCHarris Darrell Craig Harris - 702 727-9227
10 minutes | Feb 17, 2019
EP-02. The ever popular Wendy Kirkland hits the road again in 2019 touring throughout the UK.
Nigel J. EiC @ JazzInEurope and producer at JazzTalk.News – Nigel J. Interviews Wendy Kirkland his special guest in this episode and was looking forward to chatting with her and asking questions. Show notes: Wendy’s last album was released in 2017 entitled ‘Piano Divas’ which celebrates ‘singers pianists’ who’ve certainly earned their rightful place in Jazz history. The album was chosen as an album of the week on three well-known Jazz radio stations as well as being played on Clare Teals BBC radio 2 show. Wendy has received very positive reviews from prominent Jazz press in the UK and beyond. Wendy’s top class quartet then took to the road in 2018 performing at 30 venues. The success of this has lead to a 2019 tour which has just started. Wendy also has another album in the works and it's being crowdfunded. She didn’t give much away when asked, but just enough to get excited. Included are the links to Wendy's website address giving you a chance to sample her music and peruse the crowdfunding link as well. Artist website: Wendy Kirkland- & - Crowdfunding Wendy's Social Media: Facebook - Twitter - Instagram
28 minutes | Feb 9, 2019
EP-01. - Live concert streaming done the right way - the moods digital project.
Nigel J. EiC @ JazzInEurope and producer at JazzTalk.News - Nigel J. Interviews Claudio Cappellari who is currently co-director of moods jazz association and founder of the moods digital project. In March 2017 Moods Digital began documenting every possible show that performed at the club. On September 8th 2017 Moods launched the Moods Digital platform with an archive of 60 shows and a plan to stream 350 broadcast shows per year. This target and archive have now been surpassed. Music fans from all over the world can now watch broadcast concerts either live or on demand, through a competitively priced subscription system. Subscribers choose when and where to watch Moods concerts, either on their mobile, tablet, computer, Roku or Smart TV devices. My Guest - Claudio Cappellari is currently a Co-director of Moods and is key in helping bring parties together and overseeing all the technical requirements needed to deliver first class HD live streaming to a global audience and the archived content via Moods Digital. Claudio' s background is well grounded for the task. Since the 1990's as an early pioneer of streaming-technology, his company live-streamed concerts from major festivals such as Montreux Jazz Festival, the AVO Session and the German New Pop Festival. Claudio is also a well-accomplished performing musician as well as a technologist, very forward thinking and passionate about supporting the artist. With this set of blended skills, I can see why he holds his current position at Moods. The difference with Live concert streaming is that you can have the same immersive music listening experience utilising the current technology that they already own. The smartphone, tablet, computer or smart TV. Couple this with your existing broadband package and now Jazz lovers can immediately have access to the entire continuously growing library of concerts and all further content on www.moods.digital All content can be viewed in Full HD and with the perfect mastered sound all for less than 20€ a month. What about the Musician-artist-band? In a world where it’s getting more and more difficult for musicians to generate income from the recording industry, through this initiative Moods created a very fair revenue-sharing system by offering artists 70/30 partnership in the revenues from subscriptions, with all costs covered by Moods. The revenue portion of Moods’ 30% is used for online studio operating expenses.
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