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Future Flavors is a weekly one-hour show hosted by multi-Grammy winning musician Terri Lyne Carrington. The focus is on emerging progressive artists on the jazz scene today who are wproducing music with echoes from the past and giant reverberations of the future. There's a new jazz renaissance and Carrington explores the artists that are contributing to this time of innovation and transformation.
Esteemed producer/composer and bassist Marcus Miller joins Real Jazz’ Grammy winning line-up of hosts (Wynton Marsalis & Dee Dee Bridgewater are the others) with his new two-hour program Miller Time. Like the all-around musician he is, Miller serves up a 360 degree musical sample of jazz from the roots to the future, bebop to hip-hop, blues to fusion, old-time swing to new jack swing and anything in between. This week he features jazz with a touch of soul.
Swinging from coast to coast with classic jazz, the original American art form. Hear the masters who pioneered the music and the new artists who continue the tradition into the 21st century.
Take a rollicking journey through the soul of New Orleans with two hours of traditional New Orleans jazz music.
Dick Golden and special guest Tony Bennett open up the Great American Song Book for two hours of swingin' classic jazz and vocals.
Nicole Sweeney intro in radio began at Temple University where she studied Broadcasting Communications & Mass Media. The born and bred New Yorker grew her passion for jazz while working at the legendary jazz station WRTI in Philadelphia. She then went on to work in jazz radio at WCLK in Atlanta and WBGO in Newark Known to some as “the Velvet Voice,” Nicole considers herself a lover and perpetual student of where jazz has been and where the music is going. Take the jazzy ride with her weekdays on Real Jazz
Mark Ruffin has spent his entire adult life bringing jazz to the people. He's a two-time Emmy Award-winning broadcaster who’s written over 600 magazine articles on the music. Hear him expound on Art Blakey, Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk and more.
Greg Bryant is a longtime curator of jazz as a broadcaster, writer, and musician. His career began while still in high school in Nashville, Tennessee. At 14, Greg hosted a weekly radio show on Fisk University's WFSK-FM. He moved on to WMOT-FM (Middle Tennessee State University) and WNUR-FM (Northwestern University), his respective undergrad and graduate alma maters. Greg won the 2022 Jazz Journalists Association “Podcast of the Year” for “Jazz United,” which he co-hosted with acclaimed critic Nate Chinen. He also hosted the overnight show “Jazz After Hours” on the renowned jazz station WBGO in Newark before joining Real Jazz, Sirius XM. He is also an accomplished working bassist touring and performing locally and abroad. Greg’s wife is jazz singer Dara Tucker. Greg Bryant is a longtime curator of jazz as a broadcaster, writer, and musician. His career began while still in high school in Nashville, Tennessee. At 14, Greg hosted a weekly radio show on Fisk University's WFSK-FM. He moved on to WMOT-FM (Middle Tennessee State University) and WNUR-FM (Northwestern University), his respective undergrad and graduate alma maters. Greg won the 2022 Jazz Journalists Association
The SF Jazz Collective have emerged as one of the most influential 21st century bands in jazz today. Operating from their home base at the SF Jazz Center, the first free standing stucture built just for jazz, they have toured the workd and recorded more than a dozen albums. Listen weekly as they bring their West Coast vibe alive, hosted by SF Jazz founder, Randall Kline.
Monthly concert series from the SF Jazz Center
Uptempo driving jazz that prepares the listeners for the start of an exciting weekend. Performances from the Sirius XM performance studio and interviews with artists are also frequently included as part of this high energy show.
An hour of uptempo fusion music from the 70's classic jazz/rock favorites to the cutting edge musicians of the 21st century mixing jazz with the music of today.
Organized features one hour of cookin' Hammond B3 organ music with artists like Jimmy Smith, Jack McDuff, Shirley Scott, Joey DeFrancesco, and Dr. Lonnie Smith.
Put on your dancing shoes for some sizzling Latin Jazz from Dizzy Gillespie, Tito Puente, Eddie Palmieri, Cal Tjader, Paquito D'Rivera, Chucho Valdes, Mongo Santamaria and more.
Legendary producer/composer/bassist Marcus Miller is a self-proclaimed 360 degrees musician. Having written major hits for Luther Vandross, David Sanborn, and Miles Davis, he can back up his claim. He is a two-time Grammy winner, one for jazz and the other for R&B. He displays his broadcasting chops and his wide range of musical tastes every week on Miller Time with Marcus Miller
Mark Ruffin is a two-time Emmy-winning broadcaster and journalist who played jazz on the radio in Chicago for more than 25 years before joining the Real Jazz airwaves. Ruffin has written 600+ articles for Down Beat, Jazziz, Playboy, Chicago Magazine, and others; and he welcomes your requests and feedback.