[JPL] Save a buck ....

david avery info at powderfingerpromo.com
Fri Sep 25 06:34:41 EDT 2009


thanks for the tip, bobby. you've done a great job with that station and i
wish you the best of luck with your health and career, which will hopefully
remain in jazz.
take care,
-david avery

On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 1:50 PM, Jackson, Bobby <
Bobby.Jackson at ideastream.org> wrote:

> This week's sponsor:  The North Coast Brewing Co Presents "The Brother
> Thelonious Quintet":
>
> "Brother Thelonious", the new CD from the Brother Thelonious Quintet
> spotlights the performing, composing and arranging talents of six Thelonious
> Monk Institute of Jazz Performance alumni.  Pianist Helen Sung, bassist Alan
> Hampton, drummer James Alsanders, tenor saxophonist Wayne Escoffery,
> trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire and vocalist Gretchen Parlato perform six
> classic Monk tunes and four original tunes on this new CD.  100% of the
> proceeds from the sale of "Brother Thelonious" benefit the Thelonious Monk
> Institute of Jazz - www.monkinstitute.org
>
> --------
>
>
> Aloha JPLers,
>
> For those that know and those who don't, I want to remind everyone that
> my last day at WCPN-FM is October 2nd.  Regular local jazz coverage on
> the radio has ceased to exist in mid-July.  Bob Parlocha's satellite
> service is in place during the week as is Jim Wilke's during the
> weekend.
>
> Record companies and marketers,  do yourself a favor; save yourselves a
> few bucks and discontinue sending product to the station.  They don't
> have the ability to play it or keep it.  I would only send product if
> you have an act that is scheduled to perform in town.  In that case, it
> would be best to send it Dave DeOreo or Dee Perry.
>
> ddeoreo at wcpn.org  - Producer/ Around Noon and Applause
>
> dperry at wcpn.org  - Host/ Around Noon and Applause
>
> Dee is the host of two shows.  One is a weekday one hour radio show
> called "Around Noon" and the other is a weekly television show called,
> "Applause."  They feature local cultural arts stories.  The turnaround
> time on the television show is a lot longer than the radio show but be
> sure to give them about a month of notice as they schedule stories at
> least two to three weeks out front. You might get five or ten minutes to
> make an on-air pitch.
>
> As for me, I've got some challenges to deal with immediately, both
> professionally and health wise.  If you hear of anything I can be
> plugged into, I'd appreciate a heads up.  I will land somewhere and
> hopefully in this fold.  Most of all, I don't want to be defined by what
> happened to me in Cleveland this summer but by how I responded to what
> happened.  We all get a turn to grapple with adversity.  There's a Betty
> Carter Roulette recording that said it best with its title, "Now It's My
> Turn."
>
> Be well, everyone!
>
> The Light Is On...
>
> Bobby Jackson
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com
> [mailto:jazzproglist-bounces at jazzweek.com] On Behalf Of TomtheJazzman
> Sent: Thursday, September 24, 2009 12:16 PM
> To: Jazz Programmers List
> Subject: [JPL] Podcasting
>
> This week's sponsor:  The North Coast Brewing Co Presents "The Brother
> Thelonious Quintet":
>
> "Brother Thelonious", the new CD from the Brother Thelonious Quintet
> spotlights the performing, composing and arranging talents of six
> Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz Performance alumni.  Pianist Helen
> Sung, bassist Alan Hampton, drummer James Alsanders, tenor saxophonist
> Wayne Escoffery, trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire and vocalist Gretchen
> Parlato perform six classic Monk tunes and four original tunes on this
> new CD.  100% of the proceeds from the sale of "Brother Thelonious"
> benefit the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz - www.monkinstitute.org
>
> --------
>
> What are the restrictions and guidelines regarding Podcasts.
> I understand there are some limitations regarding length of music versus
>
> talk.
>
> Thanks  Tom
> -----
>
> "The arrangements show thought, daring, care and concern that they and
> this music be given some serious listening."  Ron Carter
>
> Request a copy of "Brother Thelonious" for your station now - email
> doug at moodysmood.com
>        www.northcoastbrewing.com/thelonious-cd.htm
>
>
>
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> "The arrangements show thought, daring, care and concern that they and this
> music be given some serious listening."  Ron Carter
>
> Request a copy of "Brother Thelonious" for your station now - email
> doug at moodysmood.com
>        www.northcoastbrewing.com/thelonious-cd.htm
>
>
>
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