[JPL] This Week on Sirius: Clark Terry, Stan Kenton, Joel Dorn and More!

Abramovitz Matt mabramovitz at siriusradio.com
Mon Dec 13 10:50:56 EST 2004


THIS WEEK ON SIRIUS SATELLITE RADIO
(December 13, 2004)


Happy Birthday Clark Terry (December 14) 
[Pure Jazz/72]
Sirius honors Clark Terry on his 84th birthday.  Jazz Unlimited host Paul Anthony features Terry from 6 a.m. to 12 noon ET, covering his early successes with Duke Ellington, Oscar Peterson and others to his new recording of Porgy and Bess.

Artistry in Rhythm:  Stan Kenton (December 15) 
[Pure Jazz/72 & Swing Street/73]
One of the most distinctive big band leaders, Stan Kenton's music still has the ability to surprise with its creativity, intelligence and undeniable swing.  Sirius salutes this master on the 83rd anniversary of his birth across two channels.

Rendezvous in New York: Chick Corea's Origin (December 16)
[Pure Jazz/72]
To celebrate his 60th birthday in 2001, Chick Corea played for three weeks at the Blue Note in New York, assembling some of his favorite bands and special guests.  Those performances will now be broadcast on BET Jazz and Sirius Satellite Radio!  Tune in every Thursday at 8 p.m. ET as we simulcast a new episode of Chick Corea and friends live in New York.  This week:  Chick Corea's Origin.

Joe Williams on Jazz Profiles (December 17-18)
[NPR Now/106]
With his rich, bass-baritone voice, Joe Williams (1918-1999) captured the passion and feeling of the blues like few others. The Grammy Award-winning Williams is best known for his ten years as a vocalist in the Count Basie Orchestra. His signature tune, "Everyday I Have the Blues," soared to the top of the R&B charts when it was first introduced with Basie. Joe remained active until the end of his life, "pickin' the plums," as he put it, working the world over in small groups and with reincarnations of the Basie Band.  Hear his story this Friday at 11 p.m. ET, repeated on Saturday at 9 p.m. ET.

Dorn on Monk (December 18) 
[Pure Jazz/72]
Record producer, radio veteran and raconteur Joel Dorn stops by Sirius with his latest project:  Monk 'Round the World (Hyena).  The 2-disc set captures the Monk quartet performing everywhere from Monterey to Copenhagen.  Joel will chat with morning host Matt Abramovitz at 11 a.m. ET about when he first heard Monk, how he found these tapes, and what he learned in the process.  
	
Bobby Darrin Weekend (December 17-19) 
[Standard Time/75]
It's an entire weekend dedicated to the music of Bobby Darin, featuring his greatest hits, live recordings and selections from the soundtrack of the new bio-pic, Beyond The Sea, starring Kevin Spacey.




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