Tales from the Jazz Side is a monthly podcast based on my love of the horror genre, particularly my fascination with all the components of psychological fear. I wanted to touch upon topics that are not discussed during typical interviews with jazz musicians.
In the spirit of sitting in the dressing room, waiting for the show to start, my guest and I will talk and laugh about some of the things that scares us.
Tales from the Jazz Side Episode # 20
Guest drummer, percussionist, bassist, guitarist, composer, Lionel Cordew, rich musical heritage as been a key component in his multifaceted musical career.
Tales from the Jazz Side Episode # 19
Guest electric bassist, composer, arranger and producer Jimmy Haslip, a musician steeped in old tradition, while simultaneously breaking ground for new tradition.
Tales from the Jazz Side Episode # 18
Guest vocalist, songwriter Sheila Jordan is the best kept secret no longer. The secret is out. No longer to wonder, now is to know. I feel very honored to have Ms. Sheila Jordan on this episode of Tales.
Tales from the Jazz Side Episode # 17
Guest legendary pianist, vocalist and composor, Les McCann on Tales from the Jazz Side. His unique, creative vision altered the landscape of jazz.
Tales from the Jazz Side Episode # 16
Guest Grammy nominated guitarist/composer Jay Azzolina on Tales from the Jazz Side. He has been part of the New York Jazz scene for the past three decades.
Tales from the Jazz Side Episode # 15 part 2
Guest drummer, composer Buddy Williams on Tales from the Jazz Side. He is one of the most 10 recorded drummers of all time.