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Enjoying a concert at the Ottawa Jazz Festival in 2010. Photo: <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/bryanh/4775393235/">Byan Hughes</a>, Creative Commons, some rights reserved
Enjoying a concert at the Ottawa Jazz Festival in 2010. Photo: Byan Hughes, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Ottawa Jazz Fest: NCPR will have boots on the ground

The TD Ottawa Jazz Festival runs June 20 through July 1 in downtown Ottawa. Joel Hurd, host of The Bridge, will be posting photos and updates on NCPR's facebook page as well as on his show's Twitter feed (@thebridgeonncpr).

He chatted about the festival with Todd Moe.  Go to full article
Daniel Kelly (courtesy danielkellymusic.com)
Daniel Kelly (courtesy danielkellymusic.com)

"Voices From The Farm" premieres at Crane School of Music this Sunday

This Sunday at 3 pm an original jazz suite, written in honor of the farmers of the North Country, premieres in the Sara M. Snell Music Theater at SUNY Potsdam.

Composer Daniel Kelly is bringing some of New York City's finest jazz musicians to the Crane School of Music for a concert that mixes jazz, the voices of local farmers, and traditional fiddling from Potsdam fiddler Gretchen Koehler.

The concert is presented by Community Performance Series.  Go to full article

Singer/Trombonist Natalie Cressman to bring her band to Burlington and Lake Placid

Coming from a very musical family, a life in the arts was inevitable almost from day one for Natalie Cressman. That's why, still in her early 20s, she has a long list of musical accomplishments, including the recent release of her second CD, "Turn The Sea," and five years as trombonist for Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio. She talked with Joel Hurd on "The Bridge" about her new CD and her musical milestones so far.  Go to full article
Brian McCarthy. Photo: Courtesy brianmccarthyjazz.com
Brian McCarthy. Photo: Courtesy brianmccarthyjazz.com

Saxophonist Brian McCarthy proves Vermont's jazz scene alive and well

Jazz saxophonist Brian McCarthy grew up in Vermont, went to college near New York City, then returned to Vermont to help ensure that jazz is alive and well in his home state. His latest CD is called "This Just In" and he's bringing the same fine quintet that plays on the CD to Lake Placid on February 21 and Middlebury on February 22.  Go to full article
Brian McCarthy (courtesy brianmccarthyjazz.com)
Brian McCarthy (courtesy brianmccarthyjazz.com)

This Just In....Burlington Saxophonist Brian McCarthy to bring his quintet to Lake Placid

Jazz saxophonist Brian McCarthy grew up in Vermont, went to college near New York City, then returned to Vermont to help ensure that jazz is alive and well in his home state. His 2013 CD, "This Just In," has garnered excellent reviews in national jazz publications and websites, and he's bringing the same fine quintet that plays on the CD to Lake Placid on February 21st. He talked about the CD with Joel Hurd on "The Bridge."  Go to full article
Gregory Porter at the 2013 Ottawa Jazz Festival (photo by Joel Hurd)
Gregory Porter at the 2013 Ottawa Jazz Festival (photo by Joel Hurd)

Chart-topping jazz singer Gregory Porter to perform in Potsdam this week

Since it was released in September 2013, Gregory Porter's Blue Note Records debut, "Liquid Spirit" has been at the top of the jazz charts worldwide. His non-stop travel schedule has a stop in Potsdam on January 23rd. He talked with Joel Hurd on The Bridge about his music, new-found fame, and how his art was influenced by growing up the son of a minister.  Go to full article
Kellylee Evans. Photo courtesy <a href="http://www.kellyleeevans.com">kellyleeevans.com</a>
Kellylee Evans. Photo courtesy kellyleeevans.com

Juno Award winner Kellylee Evans takes the stage in Norwood

The Juno Award-winning singer is very popular in Canada and France, but not too well known (yet) in the U.S. She'll be bringing her unique blend of jazz and soul to the Norwood Village Green Concert Series June 20 at 7 pm. Joel Hurd tells us more.  Go to full article

Saxophonist Tim Green reveals life's many seasons in an outstanding debut CD

Baltimore native Tim Green's debut CD, Songs From This Season, showcases writing and playing way beyond his 30 years. Joel Hurd thinks it's the best CD he has heard in at least a year, and he talked with Tim Green about it on The Bridge.  Go to full article

Terri Lyne Carrington brings her Grammy winning Mosaic Project to Potsdam

Drummer Terri Lyne Carrington will bring a stellar band to Potsdam, NY on February 22, 2013 as part of the Community Performance Series. She talked to Joel Hurd about the group, teaching jazz to young people, and winning the 2012 Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Album.  Go to full article
Reggie Quinerly
Reggie Quinerly

Hometown history inspires drummer Reggie Quinerly for his debut CD

Drummer Reggie Quinerly's debut CD, "Music Inspired by Freedmantown" pays tribute to the neighborhood in Houston, TX that was founded by freed slaves. He talked about it with Joel Hurd on The Bridge.  Go to full article

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