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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
Minor Swing live in the studio at NCPR
Minor Swing live in the studio at NCPR

Potsdam's Minor Swing brings their "Gypsy Jazz" back to NCPR's Studio

Potsdam's Minor Swing warmed up a sub-zero morning in the North Country with their own take on Django Reinhart-inspired "gypsy jazz" as they played live in our studio.  Go to full article
Renee Yoxon and Mark Ferguson
Renee Yoxon and Mark Ferguson

Ottawa Singer Renee Yoxon partners with pianist Mark Ferguson for second CD

Renee Yoxon's ambitious new CD is a collaboration with Ottawa pianist/composer Mark Ferguson and features all original tunes with some of the finest jazz musicians from Ottawa and Montreal. She talked about it with Joel Hurd on The Bridge.  Go to full article

Pianist Jamie Reynolds produces a stunning debut with "Time With People"

Brooklyn-based Canadian pianist Jamie Reynolds first came to our attention as the pianist for his wife, singer Melissa Stylianou. His debut CD, "Time With People" shows strong compositional ideas, brilliant playing, and a refreshing approach to music and life. He talked about it with Joel Hurd on The Bridge.  Go to full article
Melissa Stylianou's "Silent Movie"
Melissa Stylianou's "Silent Movie"

Jazz singer returns to her Canadian roots

Melissa Stylianou. a New York-based jazz singer with Ontario roots has been garnering lots of international praise since her latest CD, "Silent Movie" was released in April, and she's celebrating with a short tour of her native country. Joel Hurd tells us more.  Go to full article
Dennis Mackrel
Dennis Mackrel

Count Basie Orchestra to play Brockville, Ontario Arts Centre

The Count Basie Orchestra is still swinging and they'll be playing the Brockville, Ontario Arts Centre on November 3. The band's director, Dennis Mackrel, previewed the concert with Joel Hurd on The Bridge.  Go to full article
Taylor Haskins
Taylor Haskins

Trumpeter Taylor Haskins adapting nicely to life in the North Country

Grammy Award winning trumpeter Taylor Haskins has lived in the North Country since November, 2010. After years in New York City, the New Hampshire native now feels right at home here. He talked with Joel Hurd about life as a jazz musician in the Champlain Valley, and previews his August 19, 2012 concert at the Lake Placid Center For The Arts, which will be a benefit for the Lakeside School in Essex, NY.  Go to full article

Trumpet great Wayne Bergeron to play with All Star Big Band directed by Wally Siebel

The All Star Big Band directed by Wally Siebel plays it's annual concerts in Norwood, NY and Potsdam, NY next week, and they'll be joined by the busiest trumpeter on the L.A. studio scene, Wayne Bergeron. Wayne talked with Joel Hurd on The Bridge.  Go to full article

TD Ottawa International Jazz Fest welcomes hundreds of musicians to Canada's capital

This year's TD Ottawa International Jazz Festival will feature over 120 concerts and over 800 artists. Petr Cancura is the Programming Director for the festival and he's in charge of determining who those artists are and where they'll be playing. He talked about the festival with Joel Hurd on The Bridge.  Go to full article

Kingston Jazz Fest features wonderfully diverse lineup

This year's Empire Life Kingston Jazz Festival in Kingston, Ontario features The Anat Cohen Quartet, Sophie Milman, The Jerry Granelli Trio, Tanya Tagaq, Homburger/Guy/Niggli, and the Joe Lovano & Dave Douglas Quintet. Brian McCurdy, the Cultural Director for the city of Kingston, talked about it with Joel Hurd on The Bridge.  Go to full article

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