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Jazz

  • For this episode of Don’t Call it Jazz, Jon digs into his recent purchases and shares some of his favorite recent tracks. Not so much a best-of, but a collection of great creative jazz music from some wonderful contemporary artists that Jon has been listening to on repeat recently.
  • Don't Call it Jazz is proud to present an annual tradition of celebrating LGBTQ musicians in recognition of pride month.
  • Don't Call it Jazz is proud to present an interview and listening hang with Jens Kuross, an outstanding musician and producer based in Boise, ID. Jens completed a residency at ISU for the commercial music program where he produced four original recordings of student compositions, and we'll be checking out those recordings.
  • Don't Call it Jazz is proud to present an interview and listening hang with Jens Kuross, an outstanding musician and producer based in Boise, ID. Jens completed a residency at ISU for the commercial music program where he produced four original recordings of student compositions. We'll be checking those recordings out next week, but for this week, enjoy a stimulating conversation about art while we check out some of Jens' music along the way.
  • Barbara Morrison was an incredible jazz vocalist, and an iconic figure in the Los Angeles arts community. She performed with some of the most important figures in jazz and R&B including Johnny Otis, Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson, Doc Severinsen, Ray Charles, and more.
  • Don't Call is Jazz will be dedicating the March 26th episode entirely to the life and career of Ron Miles, a brilliant jazz musician who tragically passed on March 8th earlier this year. He died from a rare blood disease, and was only 58 years old.
  • Merry Christmas to all from Don’t Call it Jazz! This year we will be celebrating with the iconic soundtrack to, A Charlie Brown Christmas, by the Vince Guaraldi Trio.
  • DCiJ presents the first ever Record Rabbit Hole episode, where we explore all the artists that make a great record. For this week, we will dive into Esperanza Spaulding's 12 Little Spells. We will be listening to some great songs from that album, and check out tracks from each of the featured performers and collaborators who perform on the album.
  • Don't Call it Jazz is proud to present a listening hang with the great basketball writer, podcaster, and author Chris Herring from Sports Illustrated.
  • Don't Call it Jazz is proud to present a listening hang with the great basketball writer, podcaster, and author Chris Herring from Sports Illustrated.