Trumpeter Wallace Roney studied his instrument with Dizzie Gillespie and Clark Terry, before studying with Miles Davis for the last six years of Miles' life. On his new release A Place In Time on High Note, Roney moves beyond his history while maintaining a style that will leave you remembering the great players that came before him. He's joined on this record by Patrice Rushen, Gary Bartz, Ben Solomon, Buster Williams and Lenny White. You can hear cuts from A Place In Time on Jazz 91.9 WCLK...
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The Local Take With Kiplyn Primus
Join me Saturday, January 7 at 7:00 a.m. on The Local Take on Jazz 91.9 WCLK. We sent out a clarion call for artists in our community to share their response to the New Year. Fahamu Pecou , Alfred Conteh and Sheila Pree Bright joined us in the studio. These fine artists share with us their response to the many challenges facing our communities today. Alfred Conteh reminds us that these challenges are not unique to our city or nation but are taking place across the globe. He also shares that...