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The Fringe (#FringeJazz) – 9th April 2018

Explore the creative edges of contemporary Jazz, with Michael Ambrosino on The Fringe. It’s a two-hour journey that showcases musicians from around the globe who are redefining this unique American art form. Indulge your ears with music that’s creative, fun, hip, curious, & thoughtful, but still familiar to anyone who listens to, & appreciates contemporary Jazz. The Fringe is not just about “world Jazz.” It’s about how Jazz has changed the musical world.

This week The Fringe celebrates two years of broadcasts with Jazz influenced by classical music and several musicians promoting a future for Jazz that’s female.

Feel free to get in touch with Michael via e-mail: michael@soulandjazz.com or follow him via Facebook , Twitter or Instagram.

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The Fringe
9th April 2018

Artist – Track – Album – Year

Andreas Varady    Radio Joint    The Quest    2018
Roxy Coss    Nevertheless, She Persisted    The Future Is Female    2018
Joe Mazzaferro    In Terms Of    In Terms Of…    2017
Ed Simon    Uninvited Thoughts    Sorrows Triumphs    2018
James Hall    Kind Folk    Lattice    2018
David Murray    Blues For Memo    Blues For Memo    2018
Axiom Quartet    Don’t Explain    Axioms    2018
Stephen Miscus    Dawn    Inland Sea    2017
Yazz Ahmed    La Saboteuse    The Shoal of Souls (La Saboteuse, Chapter Two)    2018
aupaQUARTET    Lasarte Express    UP    2010
Arnetta Johnson & SUNNY    I’m Just Sayin’    I’m Just Sayin’    2018
Jamie Baum    U Cross Me    Bridges    2018
Renee Rosnes    Beloved of the Sky    Beloved of the Sky    2018
Brad Mehldau    After Bach Rondo    After Bach    2018
Silje Nergaard    Its Gonna Rain    For You a Thousand Times    2017
David Ake    Humanities    Humanities    2018
Benjamin Boone & Philip Levine    Yakov    The Poetry Of Jazz    2018
Kit Downes    Black Is The Colour    Obsidian    2018
Nguyên Lê    Come Together    Songs of Freedom    2012


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