[JPL] Christmas Week on Sirius: Bruce Lundvall, Chick Corea,
Louis Armstrong and more!
mabramovitz at siriusradio.com
Tue Dec 21 11:33:01 EST 2004
Jazz Unlimited Stocking Stuffers (December 20-24)
Left all your holiday shopping to the bitter end? Out of ideas for that jazz lover in your life? Paul Anthony comes to the rescue with a review of some of the best jazz releases of 2004. Jazz Unlimited airs every weekday from 6 a.m. to 12 noon ET.
Studio Guest: Deanna Martin (December 22)
Deana Martin, the daughter of the one-and-only Dean Martin, talks with morning host Jeff Spurgeon about her new book, Memories Are Made of This, and the life and music of her famous father. She drops in at 9 a.m. ET.
Rendezvous in New York: Chick Corea & Gonzalo Rubalcaba (December 23)
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 plays duets with Gonzalo Rubalcaba.
A Blue Note Christmas with Bruce Lundvall (December 24)
Sirius is proud to present The Blue Note Hour, a celebration of the sound that has defined classic jazz for more than 65 years. Hosted by Bruce Lundvall, the president and CEO of Blue Note Records, the show features the greatest Christmas music from the Blue Note catalog, past and present. The show debuts on Friday at 6 p.m. ET, repeated Christmas Day at 12 noon ET and Sunday, December 26 at 6 a.m. ET.
Benny Carter on Jazz Profiles (December 24-25)
In a career that spanned eight decades, 1986 Jazz Master Benny Carter (1907-2003) became, by any standard, a jazz legend. Carter, Don Redman, and Fletcher Henderson were the first to pioneer arrangements for the big band in jazz. Together with Charlie Parker and Johnny Hodges, he is regarded as the most influential alto saxophonists in jazz. Carter has also made his mark as a composer for numerous motion pictures and television shows. Hear his story this Friday at 11 p.m. ET, repeated on Saturday at 9 p.m. ET.
Louis Armstrong Christmas (December 25-26)
Louis Armstrong's influence on jazz is alive and well and - thanks to some holiday radio magic - so is the man himself! Don't miss this Christmas treat, when Louis Armstrong "hosts" our holiday weekend with his favorite records and stories about those "good old good ones."
Jazz Unlimited Christmas (December 25)
Paul Anthony continues a favorite Jazz Unlimited tradition with a morning of non-stop Christmas and holiday tunes, starting at 9 a.m. ET.
NPR's 15th Annual Jazz Piano Christmas (December 25)
Santa's sleigh takes us to the Kennedy Center to hear NPR's 15th annual Jazz Piano Christmas. Recorded earlier this month, the show features some of today's best jazz artists playing seasonal favorites. This year's performers include Lynne Arriale, Hiromi, and Andy Bey. The program airs at 1 p.m. ET, repeated Sunday, December 26 at 7 a.m. ET.
NPR's 13th Annual Jazz Piano Christmas (December 25)
A welcome visit from the Ghost of Piano Christmas Past! Hear an encore presentation of the 13th Annual NPR Jazz Piano Christmas, hosted by Dr. Billy Taylor and featuring Freddy Cole, Henry Butler, Andrew Hill, Jason Moran and Bill Charlap. The program airs at 2 p.m. ET, repeated Sunday, December 26 at 8 a.m. ET.
Christmas with Charlie Parker (December 25)
Midday host Rhonda Hamilton pulls a special rarity from her bag of goodies - Charlie Parker and friends live at the Royal Roost, Christmas night 1948. Hear the broadcast at 3 p.m. ET.
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