Join Reuben Jackson tonight for an exclusive conversation with Rickie Lee Jones. She stopped by our studios Thursday on her way to the Northeast Kingdom where she performs tonight at Lyndon State College.
Jones talks with Reuben about her music, her inspiration, and her career. More from Reuben on Rickie Lee Jones and her music in his blog post.
Friday, August 30th, 2013, 8p.m. It's hard to believe it, but Friday Night Jazz with Reuben Jackson turns one next week! To celebrate, you'll hear a live taped performance of saxophonist Brian McCarthy. He'll be playing with Paul Asbell on guitar, Rob Morse on bass, and Jeff Salisbury on drums. Reuben Jackson will round out the program with requests that have come in from listeners. Listen Friday night at 8.
Duke Ellington was the composer of American jazz standards such as Mood Indigo, sumptuous extended works like The Afro Eurasian Eclipse, The Far East Suite and three Sacred Concerts. He was also the consummate multitasker.
Clark Terry is a versatile and swinging 93 year-old trumpeter, flugelhornist, composer and bandleader whose resume includes stints with Quincy Jones, Count Basie and Duke Ellington. He was the first African American musician in The Tonight Show Band. In 2010, Terry received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
-Duke Ellington And His Orchestra-Plays Music From Mary Poppins- Spoonful Of Sugar -Rahsaan Roland Kirk-Kirkatron- Sugar -Ben Webster- At The Renaissance- Ole Miss Blues -Kyle Eastwood-The View From Here-The View From Here -Roberta Martin-Twain- The Early Winter Trees -Jill Sobule- Stone Soul Picnic -Leni Stern-Upstairs By A Chinese Lamp -Gato Barbieri- Last Tango In Paris- Jeanne -Juliet Greco-The Moment For A Song- One Day You'll See -John Carisi- Springsville