New York based Jazz singer, Joan Crowe is on a mission to inject a little humor in to the world of jazz. The purpose of this video pod cast is to chronicle the â€œcontendersâ€ for her up coming CD, Gemini. It will be a double CD with one disc being the humorous songs that she is well known for and the other disc will be the â€œsaddest songs I knowâ€. Each Monday night at Jim Carusoâ€™s Cast Party, the wildly popular Extreme Open Mic at Birdland, Joan will try out a new song for the usually packed and star-studded audience. At the end of the series subscribers will be asked to vote for the 10 best songs, which will then be recorded, live for the CD. The pod cast will also feature highlights from other performers she deems worthy. So if you like Jazz with a sense of humor subscribe now!
All that swing, jazz and more. Weekly radio show on KZSU Stanford featuring vocal jazz, and cabaret music from the 1920\\\'s to the 1950\\\'s. Each week presents a different angle on the history of Jazz and Cabaret music - Women of Jazz (2-parts series), Jazz & Cinema, Jazz in New Orleans, Cabaret music in pre-war Germany etc. Check out the podcast\\\'s website for more info: http://allthatswing.wordrpress.com
Modern Jazz Dance is a blend of soul,dance,funk,rhythm and blues.Songs by Musilosophy, singer songwriter and jazz pianist.Fender Rhodes electric piano improvisations on dance and funk rhythmics.
A podcast dedicated to Independent Smooth Jazz. I am a podcaster, producer, and overall music lover. I love jazz and smooth jazz is one of my favorites. I have been podcasting since 2005 and currently produce a podcast twice weekly called "Le Jazz Affair". "Le Jazz Affair" is dedicated to Independent jazz artists in many of the different Jazz venue's. This new podcast "Smooth Jazz Affair" will be shorter in length and play independent smooth jazz artists exclusively.
By Sal Calfa
Montreal Canada's Award-Winning FM-Radio/Web program – Jazz Boulevard – produced & hosted by Moz Taylor. A weekly 2 hour show of the best music from around the corner to around the world. Visit JazzBoulevard.ca for archived interviews, podcasts, playlists, links and more.