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With his mercurial, intelligent, and joyous drumming, Roy Haynes has influenced and innovated some of the greatest jazz recordings by some of the greatest jazz artists, including Louis Armstrong, Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk, Sarah Vaughan, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Dizzy Gillespie, and Pat Metheny. At this event, Haynes will discuss his remarkable career with moderator Paul Wertico, and take some questions from the audience.
 
GUITAR TRAX hosted by Brian Tarquin airs every Monday night from 10pm-12pm on WFIT 89.5FM on the Florida space coast, you can listen online WFIT.org. Tarquin plays jazz/rock fusion styles such as Weather Report, Pat Metheny, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Billy Cobham to Jeff Beck and Frank Zappa. The show also features in-depth interviews with today’s hottest guitar legends. Brian Tarquin is a multi Emmy Award winning composer/guitarist, who first graced the Top 20 Billboard Charts back in 1997 with ...
 
Clásicos del Jazz y del Swing orienta el foco de su filosofía programadora hacia los músicos que vivieron y trabajaron en la época llamada clásica del jazz: preferentemente creaciones realizadas entre las décadas de los años 30 y 50, aunque tampoco se escatimen atenciones para con las consecuencias que aquellos estilos han podido tener en periodos posteriores.
 
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Dean Brown's guitar work can be heard on well over 200 recordings which include numerous GRAMMY® nominations and four GRAMMY® Award winners. Dean has released his fifth celebrated album after four acclaimed previous solo CD's worldwide. Dean has toured and recorded with legendary artists such as: Marcus Miller, The Brecker Brothers, Billy Cobham, D…
 
Very sadly on Tuesday October 6, 2020 65-year-old Eddie Van Halen passed away from a long struggle with throat cancer. His son Wolfgang stated “He was the best father I could ever ask for. Every moment I’ve shared with him on and off stage was a gift. My heart is broken, and I don’t think I’ll ever fully recover from this loss. I love you so much, …
 
HOWARD: Pick yourself up (3.13). N. Cole / G. Shearing. MAYFIELD: Hit the road, Jack (2.00). R. Charles. NEIBURG: Sweet slumber (5.33). D. Pearson. MONK: Epistrophy (10.47). T. Monk / J. Coltrane. PORTER: Love for sale (11.49). M. Davis. SITZEL / KASSEL: Jackass blues (4.46). S. Bechet. HUNT: Messin' around (3.11). M. Slim. CHATMAN: Everyday I have…
 
METHENY: H and H (6.51). P. Metheny. METHENY: Tears inside (3.50). P. Metheny. METHENY: Unquity road (3.36). P. Metheny. METHENY: Watercolors (6.30). P. Metheny. METHENY: Country poem (2.35). P. Metheny. METHENY: Pretty scattered (7.04). P. Metheny. METHENY: Calvin's keys (7.31). P. Metheny. NOBLE: Cherokee (5.02). P. Metheny / Ch. Potter. WEBB: Th…
 
PARKER: Cool blues (3.38). C. Payne. JORDAN: Flight to Jordan (5.31). D. Jordan. WESTON / STORDAHL: I should care (3.50). D. Jordan. GREEN / HEYMAN: Out of nowhere (3.54). Ch. Parker. GRYCE: Hymn of the Orient (2.56). S. Getz. JORDAN: Jordu (5.19). D. Jordan. JORDAN: The feeling of love nº 2 (3.34). D. Jordan. ELLINGTON: Solitude (3.30). D. Jordan.…
 
CARMICHAEL: Running wild (3.53). A. Lincoln. GRIFFIN: I'm in love (6.12). S. Getz / A. Lincoln. AHBEZ: Nature boy (5.04). A. Lincoln. RODGERS / HART: This can't be love (2.24). A. Lincoln. GRANGER / ROBBINS: T'Ain't nobody's bizness if I do (7.14). Ch. Mingus / A. Lincoln. ROACH: Tears for Johannesburg (2.00). M. Roach / A. Lincoln. CARMICHAEL: Sky…
 
ROGERS: Lotus Bud (3.22). B. Shank. ROGERS: Trickleydidier (2.41). Ch. Baker. GIUFFRE: Four brothers (3.48). W. Herman. ANDERSON / GROUYA: Flamingo (3.22). S. Getz / L. Gullin. BROOKMEYER: Who could care? (4.46). S. Getz. PORTER: What is this thing called love? (9.49). S. Getz. GETZ: Blues for Mary Jane (7.53). S. Getz. BONFA: Un abraço no Getz (A …
 
COLTRANE: Untitled original 11386 (take 5) (8.24). J. Coltrane. RODGERS / HART: Lover (7.58). J. Coltrane. COLTRANE: A love supreme (7.43). J. Coltrane. GERSHWIN: They can't take that away from me (10.26). J. Coltrane. CHAPLIN / CAHN: Dedicated to you (5.32). J. Coltrane / J. Hartman. KERN / HAMMERSTEIN: Why was I born? (3.14). J. Coltrane / K. Bur…
 
WILLIAMS: Mahogany Hall Stomp (4.17). L. Armstrong. TRADICIONAL: See See Rider (3.18). B.B. Broonzy. SÁNCHEZ: Los Cronopios (8.29). D. Sánchez. GABLER: Four O'Clock drag (2.53). L. Young. LEE / NÚÑEZ: Livery Stable blues (3.07). Original Dixieland Jazz Band. NORVO: Congo blues (3.57). Ch. Parker. DESMOND: Wintersong (alt take) (8.15). G. Mulligan /…
 
ROSE / DeSYLVA: Avalon (2.13). A. O'Day. RODGERS / HART: I married an angel (3.37). Ch. Baker. CREAMER / LAYTON: After you've gone (4.52). S. Bechet. ELLINGTON: Tootin' through the roof (2.54). D. Ellington. ELLINGTON: Daybreak Express (2.56). D. Ellington. TRADICIONAL: Golden Gate Gospel Train (2.37). Golden Gate Quartet. GILLESPIE / HARDING: Rail…
 
MANCINI: Peter Gunn (2.05). H. Mancini. PRIMA: Sing, sing, sing (with a swing) (3.15). H. Mancini. TIMMONS: Moanin' (2.54). H. Mancini. MANCINI: The Pink Panther theme (2.35). H. Mancini. MANCINI / MERCER: Days of wine and roses (2.24). T. Bennett / B. Evans. MANCINI: Moon river (2.03). A. Hepburn. MANCINI: Moon river (5.23). V. Guaraldi. MANCINI: …
 
LaROCA: Love planet (5.42). P. Laroca Sims. FAIN / HILLIARD: Wonderland (9.05). Ch. Corea. SMITH: Music on my mind (2.53). F. Almazán. PAGE: The ocean (6.37). J. Redman. CARMICHAEL / WASHINGTON: The nearness of you (16.45). J. Redman / B. Mehldau. SCHNEIDER: Dance you monster to my soft song (8.31). M. Schneider Escuchar audio…
 
POWELL: John's Abbey (4.43). Ch. Domínguez. CARMICHAEL: Skylark (4.50). Ch. Domínguez. HAYES: Dedication to joy (7.10). T. Hayes. HARRIOTT: Thriller rag (3.01). Ch. Barber. PARAMOR: Tandy (2.53). A. Welsh. ROWLES: The peacocks (5.26). G. Barker. KERN / FIELDS: The way you look tonight (3.36). Y. Menuhin / S. Grappelli. WELLS / LEFCO: You look good …
 
DeROSE / SIGMAN: Buona sera (3.02). L. Prima. BERTINI / TACCANI: On an evening in Roma (2.24). D. Martin. POLEDOURIS: Gina explains (2.02). B. Poledouris. DAVIS: Milestones (16.15). E. Rava / P. Fresu. PARKER / GILLESPIE: Anthopology (5.19). E. Rava / P. Fresu. RASKIN: Laura (6.08). T. Montoliú / J. Colina. SERRAT: Paraules d'amor (3.14). T. Montol…
 
INDERBERG: Baritone (4.17). J. Pal Inderberg. KOLLER: For H.G. (3.10). H. Koller. WARREN / DUBIN: I only have eyes for you (5.09). F. Gulda. MANGELSDORF: Now jazz ramwong (9.00). H. Sauer. MANGELSDORF: Set 'em up (3.22). A. Mangelsdorf. SOLAL: Zag Zig (2.49). M. Solal / M. Portal. MICHELOT: Elephant green (3.58). P. Michelot. ADAIR / DENNIS: Everyt…
 
GRYCE: Minority (5.22). B. Evans / P.J. Jones. GOLSON: Stablemates (5.58). P.J. Jones .JONES: Blue Gwynn (7.33). P.J. Jones. PARKER: Ah Leu Cha (5.53). M. Davis. RODGERS / HAMMERSTEIN: Surrey with the fringe on top (6.34). S. Rollins / P.J. Jones. JONES: Philly J.J. (10.13). P.J. Jones. MONCUR: Sonny's back (14.14). A. Shepp. Escuchar audio…
 
CLARE / STEPT: Please don't talk about me when I'm gone (3.09). S. Jordan / A. Andersen. KERN / MERCER: Dearly beloved (alternative take) (3.44). K. Krogg. PORTER: All of you (5.12). K. Krogg. MINGUS: Track A: Solo dancer (6.38). Ch. Mingus. LASSY: Love moan (5.22). T. Lassy. TRADICIONAL: Now this world (6.32). J. Perko. WAKENIUS: Blues to Ray (3.1…
 
DeROSE / PARISH: Deep Purple (2.14”). B. Pizzarelli / F. Vignola. BURR: 3 for all (6.08). M. O'Connor. DUKE / FETTER: Taking a chance on love (3.02). S. Grappelli. SCHOEBEL / MARES / RAPPOLO: Farewell blues (3.17). D. Reinhardt / B. Carter. GERSHWIN: Summertime (5.30). L. Gullin. GERSHWIN: They can't take that away from me (7.16). L. Gullin / S. Ge…
 
GOLDMAN / PARRISH: Don't be that way (1.44). G. Miller. MORTON: King Porter stomp (3.11). B. Goodman. CREAMER / LAYTON: After you've gone (2.48). B. Goodman. PARKER: Yardbird (2.58). Ch. Parker. DAMERON: Boperation (3.10). H. McGhee / F. Navarro. PUCCINI: O Mio Babbino Caro (4.29). F. Boltro / D. Rea. WASILEWSKI: Austin (7.07). M. Wasilewski. ARLEN…
 
SILVER: Juicy Lucy (4.52). P. Newborn. NEWBORN: This here (4.34). P. Newborn. NEWBORN: Overtime (3.53). P. Newborn. STRAYHORN: Lush life (6.45). P. Newborn. PARRISH / FAYNE / BRUCE: After hours (11.22). P. Newborn / P. Chambers / R. Haynes. HANDY: Memphis blues (2.14). P. Newborn. BROWN / FULLER: Ray's idea (5.22). P. Newborn. YOUMANS / CAESAR: Som…
 
VAN HEUSEN / BURKE: It could happen to you (4.17). A. Jamal. BERLIN: Cheek to cheek (4.47). A. Jamal. LECUONA: Taboo (4.01). A. Jamal. DUKE: Autumn in New York (3.18). A. Jamal. SWARTZ / ROBIN: A gal in Calico (4.44). A. Jamal. HAYMES / BRANDT: That's all (2.39). A. Jamal. GORDON / WARREN: I wish I knew (3.45). A. Jamal. KOSMA / PREVERT: Autumn lea…
 
JONES: Mean what you say (8.24). H. Jones. GERSHWIN: I got rhythm (2.51). C. Profit. VAN HEUSEN / BURKE: Polka dots and moonbeams (3.05). N. Cole. WEILL / ANDERSON: September song (3.20). A. Tatum. GERSHWIN: Looking for a boy (4.08). V. Guaraldi. ELLINGTON: Money jungle (5.29). D. Ellington. ELLINGTON: Wig wise (3.20). D. Ellington. MONK: Bemsha sw…
 
Billy Cobham was the original drummer of Mahavishnu Orchestra and his 1973 solo album 'Spectrum' was a groundbreaking record featuring Tommy Bolin, Jan Hammer and Lee Sklar. He was inducted into the Modern Drummer Hall of Fame in 1987 and the Classic Drummer Hall of Fame in 2013. Cobham is most noted for his amazing dexterity and his soaring high-o…
 
John McLaughlin has been called the "greatest guitarist in the world" by Jeff Beck & Pat Metheny. In the 60's he gave guitar lessons to Jimmy Page and in 1963, John played with Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker in the band Graham Bond Quartet. They played an eclectic range of music genres, including bebop, blues and rhythm and blues. In 1969 he played wi…
 
Coheed & Cambria guitarist Travis Stever is interviewed for the Guitar Trax Show by Multi-Emmy award winning guitarist Brian Tarquin. Travis is a founding member of Coheed and Cambria. The band is named after the title characters in lead singer-guitarist Claudio Sanchez's story, which is central to most of the band's albums.[1] Stever acts as a lea…
 
Acoustic Guitarist Peppino D'Agostino is interviewed for the Guitar Trax show by Multi-Emmy award winning guitarist Brian Tarquin. D’Agostino has performed in more than 30 countries, at prestigious international festivals and has played in some of the world’s most important theaters. He has shared the stage with Tommy Emmanuel, Leo Kottke, Laurindo…
 
Hal Lindes guitarist from Dire Straits is interviewed for the Guitar Trax show by Multi-Emmy award winning guitarist Brian Tarquin. Hal became a full-time member of Dire Straits at the end of 1980, shortly after the release of the group's third album, Making Movies. He replaced original co-founding member and rhythm guitarist David Knopfler. During…
 
Queensryche singer frontman Geoff Tate is interviewed for the Guitar Trax show by Multi-Emmy award winning guitarist Brian Tarquin. He rose to fame with the progressive metal band Queensrÿche, who had commercial success with their 1988 album Operation: Mindcrime and 1990 album Empire. Tate is ranked fourteenth on Hit Parader's list of the 100 Great…
 
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