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I'M BACK...ALMOST

Turntable For One has been off for the summer, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been trying out new songs and new material on audiences here in our back yard. 77 more words

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HINT ABOUT THIS SATURDAY NIGHT'S THEME (6.25.16)

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I’ll be back live in the studio this week and just in time to help the radio station celebrate another WMNR Musical Theme Week! The new musical theme: “Gone Fishin’.” How many songs about fishing do you think I can come up with? 39 more words

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ABOUT THIS SATURDAY NIGHT'S SHOW! (6.18.16)

I won’t be doing the show this week, but I invited Rich Moran, host of WMNR’s  “One Great Song,” to sit in for me. So join Rich for two hours of great jazz vocals this Saturday night. 24 more words

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HINT FOR THIS SATURDAY NIGHT'S THEME (6.11.16)

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You’ve seen all the positive ads and promises, right? “Be your own best life coach! Be your own best friend!” “Be your own best self!” But who says we’re supposed to be happy? 23 more words

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Kurt Elling: The Gate

Jazz musicians are mostly men – jazz vocalists are mostly women. Kurt Elling invades this almost sacred female territory and accomplishes the task supremely! Along the album, Elling looks back to the songs that attracted him to the music, crossing boundaries between R&B, soul, pop and progressive rock! 70 more words

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HINT FOR THIS SATURDAY NIGHT'S THEME (6.4.16)

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This week I’m going to explore (musically) the oldest, continuous, winner-take-all, take-no-prisoner, do or die battle known to man, and to women, too, of course.  14 more words

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Emily Saunders: You Caught Me

Emily Saunders has a strong vocal technique and wonderful phrasing – the tune You Caught Me is here to prove it!

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