In the meantime, here’s some more details about the show:
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 celebrating the music of Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn, featuring original work and interpretations of their genius from a variety of contemporary voices in Jazz.
Feel free to get in touch with Michael via e-mail: email@example.com or follow him via Facebook , Twitter or Instagram.
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'Rediscovering Duke Ellington'
18th September 2017
Artist - Track - Album - Year
Duke Ellington Going Up Side By Side 1959
Randy Sanke Creole Love Call Inside Out 2004
Makoto Ozone Satin Doll My Witch's Blue 2012
Kevin Eubanks Take The Coltrane East West Time Line 2017
Stan Getz Blood Count Anniversary 1987
Dick Oatts & The WDR Big Band Kcor Rediscovered Ellington 2017
Charles Mingus Mood Indigo Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus 1963
Freddie Hubbard I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good) The Body & The Soul 1963
Bill Evans Reflections In D Piano Jazz 2009
Mark Lockheart It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
Ellington in Anticipation 2013
Duke Ellington Wig Wise Money Jungle 1962
Charles Lloyd Come Sunday Jumping the Creek 2005
Herbie Hancock Solitude River: The Joni Letters 2007
Nguyên Lê Chelsea Bridge Homescape 2006
Don Byron The Dicty Glide Bug Music 1996
Brian McCarthy The Feeling Of Jazz This Just In 2013
Taylor Eigsti Caravan Let It Come To You 2008
Vijay Iyer The Village of the Virgins Accelerando 2012
Thomas Marriott New World A Comin' Both Sides Of The Fence 2007
Kurt Elling I Like The Sunrise Nightmoves 2007
Duke Ellington In A Sentimental Mood
Duke Ellington Meets Coleman Hawkins and John Coltrane 1962