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In 2009 Linus Wyrsch joined the team of DJs at BTR and took over the bi-weekly jazz show,The Jazz Hole. Being a sought-after clarinetist and saxophonist, himself, in the Big Apple, Linus embraces a unique relationship with the jazz genre and its musicians, consequently providing the listeners with a backstage pass to the New York jazz scene. The hour-long show features the music of new talents from inside and outside of the New York circuit, and every once in a while, Linus is able to sneak in a major jazz artist, sometimes accompanied with a short interview. Over the years, he has interviewed John Clayton, Lew Tabackin, Fred Hersch, Sue Mingus, Steve Gadd, Jojo Mayer, Gerald Clayton, Javon Jackson, the President of Resonance Records George Klabin, Sofia Rei, Sharel Cassity, Mark Sherman, Harvie S, Jean-Michel Pilc, Dafnis Prieto, Randy Johnston, Helen Sung, Gregorio Uribe and many others.The Jazz Hole podcast comes out every other Sunday, featuring a perfect blend of tradition and innovation. Also check out The Jazz Hole Live, which features live recorded sets every second Thursday of the month.

Latest Episodes

Dor Herskovits

Boston-based Israeli drummer and composer Dor Herskovits talks to Linus Wyrsch and The Jazz Hole today about two brand new albums that he is part of: “Easy Listening” by the NYC and Boston-based collective quartet Earprint on the one hand, and his debut solo album “Flying Elephants” (with the Dor Herksovits Quintet) on the other hand. Enjoy the three-part conversation and find out more on dorherskovits.com. Perry Smith Quartet - Starlit Skies Album: Live In Brooklyn Perry Smith (g), Melissa Aldana (ts), Matt Aronoff (b) and Jay Sawyer (d) Earprint - “Sink Song” & “Easy Listening” Album: Easy Listening Tree Palmedo (tp, composer “Sink Song”), Kevin Sun (ts), Simón Willson (b, composer “Easy Listening”) and Dor Herskovits (d) Dor Herskovits - “Flying Elephants” & “Recursion” Album: Flying Elephants Dor Herskovits (d), Hery Paz (ts), Caio Afiune (g), Isaac Wilson (p) and Max Ridley (b) 00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus 02:10 - Starlit Skies - Perry Smith Quartet 09:55 - Sink Song - Earprint 15:18 - Interview with Dor Herskovits, Part I 26:54 - Easy Listening - Earprint 30:25 - Interview with Dor Herskovits, Part II 40:51 - Flying Elephants - Dor Herskovits 46:48 - Interview with Dor Herskovits, Part III 52:31 - Recursion - Dor Herskovits 61:13 - Finish

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Dor Herskovits

Stranahan / Zaleski / Rosato

The Jazz Hole with Linus invites interview guest Glenn Zaleski back to talk about the brand new Stranahan / Zaleski / Rosato trio album “Live at Jazz Standard” (Capri Records). Though all three members contribute compositions to the trio, Live at Jazz Standard is largely dominated by Brooklyn-based pianist Glenn Zaleski’s tunes and he was kind enough to talk about the new record, as well as his bandmates drummer Colin Stranahan and bassist Rick Rosato. Today’s episode also features brand new music from Jason Yeager’s “New Songs Of Resistance” (out on October 4th via Outside In Music) and from Adrian Mira Group’s “Spotlight”. Adrian Mira Group - “Cloud 9” & “Dreamland” Album: Spotlight Adrian Mira (cl, as), Ramon Ziegler (p), Haggai Cohen-Milo (b) and Tupac Mantilla (perc, d) Colin Stranahan, Glenn Zaleski, Rick Rosato - “Forecast” & “Chorale (for Fred Hersch) Album: Live at Jazz Standard Colin Stranahan (d), Glenn Zaleski (p, comp) and Rick Rosato (b) Jason Yeager -...

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Stranahan / Zaleski / Rosato

Old World, New World

Listen to more from tracks from “Crosswinds” by Christoph Irniger Pilgrim (lead by Swiss saxophonist and composer Christoph Irniger), “Lugna” by Portuguese-born vocalist and composer Sofia Ribeiro, “Journey To A New World” by trumpeter, composer and Manhattan native Jonathan Saraga and “There From Here” by the Toronto-based collective TuneTown (Kelly Jefferson, Artie Roth and Ernesto Cervini) - all on today’s brand new episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus. Christoph Irniger Pilgrim – “Improvisation in C Major” & “Point of View” Album: Crosswinds Christoph Irniger (ts), Stefan Aeby (p), Dave Gisler (g), Raffaele Bossard (b) and Michi Stulz (d) Sofia Ribeiro - Voa Album: Lunga Sofia Ribeiro (voc, comp), Juan Andrés Ospina (p, bck voc, whistle, comp, arr), Petros Klampanis (b), Marcelo Woloski (perc) and Vitor Gonçalves (acc) Sofia Ribeiro - Lunga Album: Lunga Sofia Ribeiro (voc, bck voc, comp), Juan Andrés Ospina (p, bck voc, arr), Petros Klampanis (b, bck voc, arr), M...

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Old World, New World

Revenge and Requital

Linus hosts another episode of The Jazz Hole, this time with music from the brand new album “There From Here” by the Toronto-based collective TuneTown (to be released this Friday, September 20th), as well as tracks from Carmela Rappazzo’s New Orleans-inspired album “Howlin’ at the Moon”. Additionally, you get to hear music from Florida-based bassist (and EMMY Award winning director) Brandon Robertson’s debut album “B.O.A.T.S - Bass’d on a True Story”, from Sherrie Maricle & The DIVA Jazz Orchestra’s album “Special Kay! – The DIVA Jazz Orchestra Celebrates the Life and Music of Stanley Kay”, plus more from Andrew Munsey’s “High Tide”. TuneTown - “Split Infinity” & “The Monks of Oka” Album: There From Here Kelly Jefferson (ts, ss), Artie Roth (b, composer of “Split Infinity”) and Ernesto Cervini (d, perc, composer of “The Monks of Oka”) Carmela Rappazzo - “Rush Of Heat” & “Revenge” Album: Howlin’ At The Moon Carmela Rappazzo (voc), Oscar Rossignoli (p, ar...

-1 sSEP 15
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Revenge and Requital

High Ride Band

Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus features an interesting mix of music, starting more modern and then getting into some old-school swingin’ jazz. Get ready for tracks from Andrew Munsey’s debut album “High Tide”, more from The Pete McGuinness Jazz Orchestra, drummer McClenty Hunter Jr., banjoist, guitarist and vocalist Arnt Arntzen, the Jen Hodge All Stars and saxophonist Ricky Alexander. Andrew Munsey - “High Tide”, “Prelude: Tree Fruit” & “Skyline” Album: High Tide Andrew Munsey (d), Steph Richards (tp, flh), Ochion Jewell (ts, kalimba), Amino Belyamani (p, fender rhodes) and Sam Minaie (b) The Pete McGuinness Jazz Orchestra - Point of Departure Album: Along For The Ride Pete McGuinness (dir, comp, arr, tb soloist), Bill Mobley (tp, flh, tp soloist), Jon Owens, Tony Kadleck (tp, flh), Chris Rogers (tp, flh), Jeff Nelson, Matt Haviland, Bruce Eidem, Mark Patterson (tb), Rob Middleton (ww, ts soloist), Dave Riekenberg, Dave Pietro, Mark Phaneuf, Tom Christensen ...

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High Ride Band

Okan Ersan

On today’s episode of The Jazz Hole, Linus interviews the fantastic Turkish Cypriot guitarist and composer Okan Ersan about his new album Nibiru, which takes listeners on a musical journey through outer space. Along with keyboardist Serkan Özyilmaz, bassist Eylem Pelit and drummer Volkan Öktem, Okan Ersan performs an original seven-part suite on Nibiru (named after the mythical planet), inspired by the so-called Wow Signal, a signal received in 1977 that is believed to be the first ever transmission from outer space. Hear Okan Ersan elaborate about the concept and about his quest for just the right futuristic fusion sound. Other music today comes from Romain Collin’s recent album “Tiny Lights…” and from “Fusiolicious” by bassist and composer Oytun Ersan (Okan Ersan’s brother!) Romain Collin – Dark Matter Album: Tiny Lights… Romain Collin (p, moog laurus, voc eff), Matthew Stevens (e-g), Obed Calvaire (d, e-d), Kazuma Junnouchi (string arr) and The City of Prague Philharm...

-1 sAUG 25
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Okan Ersan

Three’s a Crowd!

The Jazz Hole with Linus features some great music today, including tracks from the brand new album “Crosswinds”, Swiss saxophonist Christoph Irniger’s third album with his band Pilgrim, plus more from the Brooklyn-based trio Curtis+Garabedian+Sperrazza and their album “New Year”, Satoko Fujii & Ramon Lopez’ album “Confluence”, Rich Halley’s “Terra Incognita” and from “Down A Rabbit Hole” by the Ayn Inserto Jazz Orchestra. -------- Curtis+Garabedian+Sperrazza - “Fred’s Hop” & “That Which Cannot Be Replaced” Album: New Year Caleb Wheeler Curtis (as), Noah Garabedian (b) and Vinnie Sperrazza (d) Christoph Irniger Pilgrim - “Improvisation in C Major” & “Point of View” Album: Crosswinds Christoph Irniger (ts), Stefan Aeby (p), Dave Gisler (g), Raffaele Bossard (b) and Michi Stulz (d) Satoko Fujii & Ramon Lopez - Three Days Later Album: Confluence Satoko Fujii (p, comp) and Ramon Lopez (d) Satoko Fujii & Ramon Lopez - Confluence Album: Confluence Satoko Fujii (p) an...

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Three’s a Crowd!

Roads

Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus consists of a mix of different styles. Artists like Rich Halley, Satoko Fujii & Ramon Lopez and Gebhard Ullmann Basement Research represent today’s more experimental jazz, while The Pete McGuinness Jazz Orchestra and Miki Yamanaka are more straight ahead-based. This episode features brand new music from new releases such as “Along For The Ride” (by The Pete McGuinnes Jazz Orchestra), “Confluence” (by Satoko Fujii & Ramon Lopez) and “Terra Incognita” by Rich Halley. ----- Miki Yamanaka - Stuffed Cabbage Album: Miki Miki Yamanaka (p), Orlando Le Fleming (b) and Bill Stewart (d) Miki Yamanaka - Mr. Pancake Album: Miki Miki Yamanaka (p), Steve Nelson (vib), Orlando Le Fleming (b) and Bill Stewart (d) ----- Gebhard Ullmann Basement Research - Shifting Tonalities: Impromptu #3 Album: Impromtus and Other Short Works Gebhard Ullmann (ts, b-cl), Steve Swell (tb), Julian Argüelles (bs), Pascal Niggenkemper (b) and Gerald Cleaver (d) The Pet...

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Roads

Jazz Coup

The Jazz Hole with Linus showcases some of the recently introduced new music today. Enjoy tracks from “Her Morning Waltz” by the Hyuna Park Trio, “New Year” by Curtis+Garabedian+Sperrazza (recently featured on The Jazz Hole Live), “Ain't Nothing But A Cyber Coup & You” by the Mark Dresser Seven, “Sanctuary” by Matt Slocum (featuring Gerald Clayton and Larry Grenadier) and “Our People” by Gerry Gibbs & Thrasher People. Hyuna Park Trio - “Her Morning Waltz” & “Flight of Migrants” Album: Her Morning Waltz Hyuna Park (p), Myles Sloniker (b) and Peter Traunmueller (d) Curtis+Garabedian+Sperrazza - “Vinnoa”, “Fred’s Hope” & “New Year” Album: New Year Caleb Wheeler Curtis (as), Noah Garabedian (b) and Vinnie Sperrazza (d) ------- Mark Dresser Seven - Black Arthur’s Bounce (In Memory of Arthur Blythe) Album: Ain't Nothing But A Cyber Coup & You Mark Dresser (b, McLagan tines), Nicole Mitchell (fl, alto fl, picc), Marty Ehrlich (cl, b-cl, as), Keir Gogwilt (vio), Michae...

-1 sJUL 28
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Jazz Coup

Sofia Ribeiro

Portuguese-born citizen of the world and singer/composer Sofia Ribeiro released her new album “Lunga” and returns for another interview on The Jazz Hole with Linus. Other artists today include NYC-based pianist and composer Ben Rosenblum with tracks from his album “Instead”, NYC-based saxophonist and composer Ricky Alexander with music from his brand new album “Strike Up The Band”, as well as the Toronto-based guitarist and composer David Cruz with music from his self-titled EP. Ben Rosenblum - “Clarisse and Walter” & “Far Back” Album: Instead Ben Rosenblum (p), Curtis Lundy (b) and Billy Hart (d) Ricky Alexander - I Knew I Loved You Album: Strike Up The Band Ricky Alexander (ts), James Chirillo (g), Rob Adkins (b) and Andrew Millar (d) Sofia Ribeiro - Lunga Album: Lunga Sofia Ribeiro (voc, bck voc), Juan Andrés Ospina (p, bck voc, arr), Petros Klampanis (b, bck voc, arr), Marcelo Woloski (perc), Vitor Gonçalves (acc), Eleni Arapoglou, Juana Luna, Lara Bello and Lauren C...

-1 sJUL 21
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Sofia Ribeiro

Latest Episodes

Dor Herskovits

Boston-based Israeli drummer and composer Dor Herskovits talks to Linus Wyrsch and The Jazz Hole today about two brand new albums that he is part of: “Easy Listening” by the NYC and Boston-based collective quartet Earprint on the one hand, and his debut solo album “Flying Elephants” (with the Dor Herksovits Quintet) on the other hand. Enjoy the three-part conversation and find out more on dorherskovits.com. Perry Smith Quartet - Starlit Skies Album: Live In Brooklyn Perry Smith (g), Melissa Aldana (ts), Matt Aronoff (b) and Jay Sawyer (d) Earprint - “Sink Song” & “Easy Listening” Album: Easy Listening Tree Palmedo (tp, composer “Sink Song”), Kevin Sun (ts), Simón Willson (b, composer “Easy Listening”) and Dor Herskovits (d) Dor Herskovits - “Flying Elephants” & “Recursion” Album: Flying Elephants Dor Herskovits (d), Hery Paz (ts), Caio Afiune (g), Isaac Wilson (p) and Max Ridley (b) 00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus 02:10 - Starlit Skies - Perry Smith Quartet 09:55 - Sink Song - Earprint 15:18 - Interview with Dor Herskovits, Part I 26:54 - Easy Listening - Earprint 30:25 - Interview with Dor Herskovits, Part II 40:51 - Flying Elephants - Dor Herskovits 46:48 - Interview with Dor Herskovits, Part III 52:31 - Recursion - Dor Herskovits 61:13 - Finish

-1 s2 days ago
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Dor Herskovits

Stranahan / Zaleski / Rosato

The Jazz Hole with Linus invites interview guest Glenn Zaleski back to talk about the brand new Stranahan / Zaleski / Rosato trio album “Live at Jazz Standard” (Capri Records). Though all three members contribute compositions to the trio, Live at Jazz Standard is largely dominated by Brooklyn-based pianist Glenn Zaleski’s tunes and he was kind enough to talk about the new record, as well as his bandmates drummer Colin Stranahan and bassist Rick Rosato. Today’s episode also features brand new music from Jason Yeager’s “New Songs Of Resistance” (out on October 4th via Outside In Music) and from Adrian Mira Group’s “Spotlight”. Adrian Mira Group - “Cloud 9” & “Dreamland” Album: Spotlight Adrian Mira (cl, as), Ramon Ziegler (p), Haggai Cohen-Milo (b) and Tupac Mantilla (perc, d) Colin Stranahan, Glenn Zaleski, Rick Rosato - “Forecast” & “Chorale (for Fred Hersch) Album: Live at Jazz Standard Colin Stranahan (d), Glenn Zaleski (p, comp) and Rick Rosato (b) Jason Yeager -...

-1 s2 weeks ago
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Stranahan / Zaleski / Rosato

Old World, New World

Listen to more from tracks from “Crosswinds” by Christoph Irniger Pilgrim (lead by Swiss saxophonist and composer Christoph Irniger), “Lugna” by Portuguese-born vocalist and composer Sofia Ribeiro, “Journey To A New World” by trumpeter, composer and Manhattan native Jonathan Saraga and “There From Here” by the Toronto-based collective TuneTown (Kelly Jefferson, Artie Roth and Ernesto Cervini) - all on today’s brand new episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus. Christoph Irniger Pilgrim – “Improvisation in C Major” & “Point of View” Album: Crosswinds Christoph Irniger (ts), Stefan Aeby (p), Dave Gisler (g), Raffaele Bossard (b) and Michi Stulz (d) Sofia Ribeiro - Voa Album: Lunga Sofia Ribeiro (voc, comp), Juan Andrés Ospina (p, bck voc, whistle, comp, arr), Petros Klampanis (b), Marcelo Woloski (perc) and Vitor Gonçalves (acc) Sofia Ribeiro - Lunga Album: Lunga Sofia Ribeiro (voc, bck voc, comp), Juan Andrés Ospina (p, bck voc, arr), Petros Klampanis (b, bck voc, arr), M...

-1 s3 weeks ago
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Old World, New World

Revenge and Requital

Linus hosts another episode of The Jazz Hole, this time with music from the brand new album “There From Here” by the Toronto-based collective TuneTown (to be released this Friday, September 20th), as well as tracks from Carmela Rappazzo’s New Orleans-inspired album “Howlin’ at the Moon”. Additionally, you get to hear music from Florida-based bassist (and EMMY Award winning director) Brandon Robertson’s debut album “B.O.A.T.S - Bass’d on a True Story”, from Sherrie Maricle & The DIVA Jazz Orchestra’s album “Special Kay! – The DIVA Jazz Orchestra Celebrates the Life and Music of Stanley Kay”, plus more from Andrew Munsey’s “High Tide”. TuneTown - “Split Infinity” & “The Monks of Oka” Album: There From Here Kelly Jefferson (ts, ss), Artie Roth (b, composer of “Split Infinity”) and Ernesto Cervini (d, perc, composer of “The Monks of Oka”) Carmela Rappazzo - “Rush Of Heat” & “Revenge” Album: Howlin’ At The Moon Carmela Rappazzo (voc), Oscar Rossignoli (p, ar...

-1 sSEP 15
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Revenge and Requital

High Ride Band

Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus features an interesting mix of music, starting more modern and then getting into some old-school swingin’ jazz. Get ready for tracks from Andrew Munsey’s debut album “High Tide”, more from The Pete McGuinness Jazz Orchestra, drummer McClenty Hunter Jr., banjoist, guitarist and vocalist Arnt Arntzen, the Jen Hodge All Stars and saxophonist Ricky Alexander. Andrew Munsey - “High Tide”, “Prelude: Tree Fruit” & “Skyline” Album: High Tide Andrew Munsey (d), Steph Richards (tp, flh), Ochion Jewell (ts, kalimba), Amino Belyamani (p, fender rhodes) and Sam Minaie (b) The Pete McGuinness Jazz Orchestra - Point of Departure Album: Along For The Ride Pete McGuinness (dir, comp, arr, tb soloist), Bill Mobley (tp, flh, tp soloist), Jon Owens, Tony Kadleck (tp, flh), Chris Rogers (tp, flh), Jeff Nelson, Matt Haviland, Bruce Eidem, Mark Patterson (tb), Rob Middleton (ww, ts soloist), Dave Riekenberg, Dave Pietro, Mark Phaneuf, Tom Christensen ...

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High Ride Band

Okan Ersan

On today’s episode of The Jazz Hole, Linus interviews the fantastic Turkish Cypriot guitarist and composer Okan Ersan about his new album Nibiru, which takes listeners on a musical journey through outer space. Along with keyboardist Serkan Özyilmaz, bassist Eylem Pelit and drummer Volkan Öktem, Okan Ersan performs an original seven-part suite on Nibiru (named after the mythical planet), inspired by the so-called Wow Signal, a signal received in 1977 that is believed to be the first ever transmission from outer space. Hear Okan Ersan elaborate about the concept and about his quest for just the right futuristic fusion sound. Other music today comes from Romain Collin’s recent album “Tiny Lights…” and from “Fusiolicious” by bassist and composer Oytun Ersan (Okan Ersan’s brother!) Romain Collin – Dark Matter Album: Tiny Lights… Romain Collin (p, moog laurus, voc eff), Matthew Stevens (e-g), Obed Calvaire (d, e-d), Kazuma Junnouchi (string arr) and The City of Prague Philharm...

-1 sAUG 25
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Okan Ersan

Three’s a Crowd!

The Jazz Hole with Linus features some great music today, including tracks from the brand new album “Crosswinds”, Swiss saxophonist Christoph Irniger’s third album with his band Pilgrim, plus more from the Brooklyn-based trio Curtis+Garabedian+Sperrazza and their album “New Year”, Satoko Fujii & Ramon Lopez’ album “Confluence”, Rich Halley’s “Terra Incognita” and from “Down A Rabbit Hole” by the Ayn Inserto Jazz Orchestra. -------- Curtis+Garabedian+Sperrazza - “Fred’s Hop” & “That Which Cannot Be Replaced” Album: New Year Caleb Wheeler Curtis (as), Noah Garabedian (b) and Vinnie Sperrazza (d) Christoph Irniger Pilgrim - “Improvisation in C Major” & “Point of View” Album: Crosswinds Christoph Irniger (ts), Stefan Aeby (p), Dave Gisler (g), Raffaele Bossard (b) and Michi Stulz (d) Satoko Fujii & Ramon Lopez - Three Days Later Album: Confluence Satoko Fujii (p, comp) and Ramon Lopez (d) Satoko Fujii & Ramon Lopez - Confluence Album: Confluence Satoko Fujii (p) an...

-1 sAUG 18
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Three’s a Crowd!

Roads

Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus consists of a mix of different styles. Artists like Rich Halley, Satoko Fujii & Ramon Lopez and Gebhard Ullmann Basement Research represent today’s more experimental jazz, while The Pete McGuinness Jazz Orchestra and Miki Yamanaka are more straight ahead-based. This episode features brand new music from new releases such as “Along For The Ride” (by The Pete McGuinnes Jazz Orchestra), “Confluence” (by Satoko Fujii & Ramon Lopez) and “Terra Incognita” by Rich Halley. ----- Miki Yamanaka - Stuffed Cabbage Album: Miki Miki Yamanaka (p), Orlando Le Fleming (b) and Bill Stewart (d) Miki Yamanaka - Mr. Pancake Album: Miki Miki Yamanaka (p), Steve Nelson (vib), Orlando Le Fleming (b) and Bill Stewart (d) ----- Gebhard Ullmann Basement Research - Shifting Tonalities: Impromptu #3 Album: Impromtus and Other Short Works Gebhard Ullmann (ts, b-cl), Steve Swell (tb), Julian Argüelles (bs), Pascal Niggenkemper (b) and Gerald Cleaver (d) The Pet...

-1 sAUG 4
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Roads

Jazz Coup

The Jazz Hole with Linus showcases some of the recently introduced new music today. Enjoy tracks from “Her Morning Waltz” by the Hyuna Park Trio, “New Year” by Curtis+Garabedian+Sperrazza (recently featured on The Jazz Hole Live), “Ain't Nothing But A Cyber Coup & You” by the Mark Dresser Seven, “Sanctuary” by Matt Slocum (featuring Gerald Clayton and Larry Grenadier) and “Our People” by Gerry Gibbs & Thrasher People. Hyuna Park Trio - “Her Morning Waltz” & “Flight of Migrants” Album: Her Morning Waltz Hyuna Park (p), Myles Sloniker (b) and Peter Traunmueller (d) Curtis+Garabedian+Sperrazza - “Vinnoa”, “Fred’s Hope” & “New Year” Album: New Year Caleb Wheeler Curtis (as), Noah Garabedian (b) and Vinnie Sperrazza (d) ------- Mark Dresser Seven - Black Arthur’s Bounce (In Memory of Arthur Blythe) Album: Ain't Nothing But A Cyber Coup & You Mark Dresser (b, McLagan tines), Nicole Mitchell (fl, alto fl, picc), Marty Ehrlich (cl, b-cl, as), Keir Gogwilt (vio), Michae...

-1 sJUL 28
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Jazz Coup

Sofia Ribeiro

Portuguese-born citizen of the world and singer/composer Sofia Ribeiro released her new album “Lunga” and returns for another interview on The Jazz Hole with Linus. Other artists today include NYC-based pianist and composer Ben Rosenblum with tracks from his album “Instead”, NYC-based saxophonist and composer Ricky Alexander with music from his brand new album “Strike Up The Band”, as well as the Toronto-based guitarist and composer David Cruz with music from his self-titled EP. Ben Rosenblum - “Clarisse and Walter” & “Far Back” Album: Instead Ben Rosenblum (p), Curtis Lundy (b) and Billy Hart (d) Ricky Alexander - I Knew I Loved You Album: Strike Up The Band Ricky Alexander (ts), James Chirillo (g), Rob Adkins (b) and Andrew Millar (d) Sofia Ribeiro - Lunga Album: Lunga Sofia Ribeiro (voc, bck voc), Juan Andrés Ospina (p, bck voc, arr), Petros Klampanis (b, bck voc, arr), Marcelo Woloski (perc), Vitor Gonçalves (acc), Eleni Arapoglou, Juana Luna, Lara Bello and Lauren C...

-1 sJUL 21
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Sofia Ribeiro