[JPL] Dirty Dozen Brass Band / Katrina anniversary radio special

B.H. Hudson bhhudson at nccu.edu
Tue Aug 1 14:22:35 EDT 2006


looks interesting. am i on the list for a CD?
 
 
B H Hudson
Asst. P.D./Music Director
WNCU-FM
P.O.Box 19875
1801 Fayetteville St.
Durham NC 27707
919-530-7446-office
http://www.wncu.org

>>> "Andy Cahn" <cahnmedia at comcast.net> 08/01/06 2:14 PM >>>

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I am very excited to announce this new one-hour radio special featuring
music and commentary by the Dirty Dozen Brass Band to commemorate the
one-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina (Aug 29).

Please let me know your plans to air this program either on Aug 29 or
over Labor Day weekend.  CDs will be ready to ship in mid-August.

Andy Cahn
cahnmedia at comcast.net
215-279-7632

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DIRTY DOZEN BRASS BAND: GOING ON AGAIN
       
This new music-intensive one-hour special features the Dirty Dozen Brass
Band’s unique tribute to their New Orleans home on the one-year
anniversary of Hurricane Katrina (Aug 29) - an uplifting,
emotionally-charged reinterpretation of Marvin Gaye's classic protest
album, "What's Going On." 

The Dirty Dozen Brass Band performs these songs and other New Orleans
classics live.  Band members discuss both the enduring resonance of
Gaye's message, and the significance of music for New Orleans and its
residents today in Katrina’s wake.

Please consider airing this program on August 29th or over Labor Day
Weekend.

DIRTY DOZEN BRASS BAND: GOING ON AGAIN is hosted by New Orleans resident
Harry Shearer, host of the nationally-syndicated public radio program
"Le Show" and star of "The Simpsons", "This is Spinal Tap" and "A Mighty
Wind."

Host: Harry Shearer
Producer: Tres Hombres (Paul Rappaport, Jym Fahey, Mitch Maketansky)
Contact: Andy Cahn, cahnmedia at comcast.net, 215-279-7632
Length: One hour with breaks for local spots
Terms: Available for all USA broadcasters to air at no cost
Spots: No barter spots are built into the show

More details will be updated online at:
http://cahnmedia.blogspot.com/2006/01/specials.html


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This week's sponsor: Sunnyside Records - Steven Bernstein's Millennial Territory Orchestra

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MTO Volume 1 is the debut album from Steven Bernstein's Millennial Territory Orchestra.  The nine-piece outfit features some of Gotham's most original musical voices, wicked and well-traveled improvisers who tear into and savor Bernstein's arrangements like the tangiest Kansas City barbecue. The selection of tunes includes classic '20s fare (Charlie Johnson's ''Boy in the Boat,'' Bennie Moten's ''Toby'') and the kind of contemporary pop and R&amp;B hits (Prince's ''Darling Nikki,'' Stevie Wonder's ''Signed, Sealed, Delivered'') that have long been part of Bernstein's repertoire. The vibrancy of the playing, the wit and sass of the arrangements, uncovers the genetic code that makes Bennie Moten and Prince funk-soul brothers of the first order. All this, without once conjuring the snoot of academe or dreaded notions of ''post-modern jazz.''

The Millennial Territory Orchestra is:  Steven Bernstein (trumpet, slide trumpet), Ben Allison (bass) Peter Apfelbaum (tenor) Charlie Burnham (violin) Clark Gayton (trombone), Erik Lawrence (baritone, soprano) Matt Munisteri (guitar, banjo, vocal), Ben Perowsky (drums) Doug Wieselman (clarinet, tenor saxophone) and special guest Doug Wamble (guitar, vocal) on ''Signed, Sealed &amp; Delivered''

IN STORES 8/1.

AT RADIO...right...about.....now.  Got it?  Hope so.

Contact:
Garrett Shelton at Sunnyside Records  - garrett at sunnysiderecords.com

Also check out:  www.stevenbernstein.net

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