Trading Fours is a music podcast that focuses on musicians with a Kansas City connection. Your host is Jamie Green. Jamie is a guitarist who plays with the 90's band Thunder Jacket. He also is involved in other projects, and his undergraduate degree is in broadcast journalism. Trading Fours is published on the 15th and last day of the month. I was interview a few weeks ago by James Green a great musician in one of my favorite cities Kansas City to listen please follow the link:
I am so honored and humbled by being the recipient again of the Earshot Golden Ear Award for 2019. I was in the field of such an amazing field of musicians. Seattle has been so supported by what I do and how I show up as an artist. This City has been amazing to me and allowed me the space to create, I look forward to the healing and future of my home town. Here is the current issue : https://www.earshot.org/project/2020-05-the-2019-golden-ear-seattle-jazzhall-of-fame-awards/
The legendary Jim Wilke of KNKX broadcast of the Billie Holiday Tribute I had the honor performing is now available on a podcast, iTunes and Spotify
I have had the honor of working with this tremendous orchestra now for the third time and I will say I am proud of this performance and the work it took to create it.
The iconic American singer Billie Holiday is subject to tribute concerts by the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra and guest vocalist Jacqueline Tabor performed at Kirkland performance Center and Benaroya Hall in Seattle.
Social distancing is getting real during the Corona Virus outbreak but the artistic community is coming up with creative ideas for us all to remain connected via live streaming of all sorts of events. You're not alone when you can join friends and even strangers to listen to great music from the comfort of your home. That's why I'd like to invite you all to check out The Quarantine Sessions is an ongoing project lead by womxn you can also check out updates on Facebook at the House of Breaking Glass
Jacqueline Tabor Celebrates The Joy In Jazz.
As a sharp-witted friend noted recently, singer Jacqueline Tabor is " ruining the dour jazz musician stereotype!" The KNKX studio session audience was certainly drawn into the fun when Jacqueline celebrated her new album with The 200 Trio live on KNKX.