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  • We all love movies, and we all have our favorites. This week, I am joined by my good friend and fellow Gen Z movie buff, Zeke Castaneda. Sit back and enjoy as we discuss some of the best songs from some of our favorite flicks. The films talked about in this episode include Legally Blonde, Dirty Dancing, 27 Dresses, and Burlesque. With great music, conversation, and belly laughs, this episode is a whole lot of fun.
  • It's time to lasso up and grab your cowgirl hat and boots! This installment of Double XX is all about the remarkable women in country music, with songs from Dolly Parton, The Chicks, Yola, and more. Country has been and remains one of the most popular genres in music today, and women in country are highly responsible for that. With some slow ballads and upbeat bops, this episode is well worth a listen.
  • In the fourth episode of Double XX, we continue the journey of rock music through the decades. We are now in the early 2000's, when Avril Lavigne was taking over the world with her edgy punk sound. This episode shows off some of the newer stars as well, such as The Last Dinner Party and Towa Bird, who are a couple of exciting prospects in today's music.
  • CJ Morrison veered from her usual New Wave playlist to spotlight some of the artists performing at the Meadowlark Music Fest, June 5-8 2024, in Historic Downtown Pocatello.
  • Don’t Call it Jazz is proud to welcome Dan Simms to discuss the Meadowlark Music Fest, happening in Old Town Pocatello June 5-8. In this episode of DCiJ we preview festival artists and provide a discount code for those planning to attend!
  • Who's ready to rock? The third episode of Double XX is one for the ages, as we take a look at the ever-changing genre of rock-n-roll. Starting with The Runaway's in the mid-70's and working our way all the up to the 90's, the first episode of this two part series features greats such as Heart and PJ Harvey. So turn up the volume, put on your rock star persona and do your best air guitar as you jam to some of the classics.
  • In this blast from the past, we are gracing ears with these incredible vocalists who were running the world of music in the 1970's. Whether it's music you grew up on, or music that your parents listened to, all of these women offer incredibly unique vocals that set them apart from anyone else. With groovy beats and soulful performances, this episode of Double XX is one you will not want to miss!
  • In the very first installment of Double XX, we showcase some of the most promising up and coming talents in music today. This episode features artists such as Maisie Peters, Arlo Parks, and MUNA. With the catchy beats and intricate lyricism, this episode is bound to grab the listeners attention!
  • Don’t Call it Jazz is trying a new type of conversation show where host Jon Armstrong is joined by his longtime friend and musical collaborator Keith Kelly. The two of them will be trying a couple different show formats including, Old and New Dreams, where they compare an old classic album with a modern one.
  • Claire's album is an exciting mix of pop, electronica, rock, jazz, and funk.During this two episode, Jon and Claire discuss the process of producing and releasing the album, what life after college looks like, and her goals as an artist and educator.