This Week at the Café - Jonathan Fritzén's VIP

This Week at CafeJazz.ca ...
... there's music from keyboardist Jonathan Fritzén - we're playing a sampling of three great tracks from the VIP release and those are part of the showcase segment. Then stay tuned for Fresh Trax in Hour 2 with all the latest and best in new music. Highlights on this edition are from a few familiar names. Dan Siegel & Najee are on the show. Also appearing is Urban Jazz Coalition out of Columbus Ohio. Saxlady Jessy J has a new one - we have something from that, while Brian Bromberg caps the feature. Later in the hour, we're doing a bit of navigating thru time and, on this occasion, that includes music by Gabriel & Larry Carlton. We'll be hearing from Paul Hardcastle and The Jazzmasters as well there's something from Joyce Cooling - while woven thruout are the likes of Marion Meadows, Jeff Golub, Everette Harp and Club 1600!!

On After Hours ... Falling Through Time!!
… we're moving thru time on the 3rd in a 5-chapter series with each & every selection having the word time as part of its title. We're calling this edition Falling Through Time after a selection by Cecil Ramirez that's included in the segment. We've chosen tracks such as Quiet Time, Hard Times, & Time Out, with 13 time travellin' tunes in all. Opening the show is Ray Garand and he's followed by Bob Baldwin, Wayne Jones and Pieces of a Dream. Chuck Loeb launches set #2 and then we continue with Cecil Ramirez and the namesake track for the feature. Then it's Queen Latifah, Grady Nichols, and the band Cabo Frio. Meanwhile the final inning features Bob Bangerter and Duncan Millar as well as Jeffrey B Suttles - then in the end it's Acoustic Alchemy with a terrific closing track!!

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