Jamming every Sunday evening with host Donnie Miller! Great music, great hang, banging' cocktails and soul-satisfying food a congenial combination of great musicians from the rich blues heritage of the city, to talented newcomers that just got off the bus. Life is good! Play the blues.
Middle Tennessee Public Radio, WMOT-FM 89.5, will rebroadcast the beloved radio talk/music show “Improvised Thoughts” with jazz piano legend Beegie Adair beginning Sunday, Feb. 9, in its original 7 p.m. weekly time slot.
“Improvised Thoughts” is hosted and co-produced by jazz piano legend Beegie Adair and jazz radio veteran Greg Lee. Recorded at WMOT-FM from 1991 to 1997, the popular program featured local and international jazz artists, including such greats as Tony Bennett, Joe Williams, Marian McPartland, Benny Golson and Helen Merrill.
"World-class musicians" Shaun Purcell and Jim White will showcase their work Thursday, Feb. 13, in the second concert of MTSU's popular Jazz Artist Series for 2013-14.
Guitarist Purcell and drummer White are alumni of MTSU's Masters of Arts program in jazz and will perform with the MTSU Jazz Ensemble I and MTSU Jazz Faculty at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 13 in Hinton Music Hall inside the university’s Wright Music Building.
20-time Grammy Award award winner Pat Metheny and his stellar Unity Group featuring Chris Potter (sax), Antonio Sanchez (dr), Ben Williams (b), and Giulio Carmassi (voice/misc instr.) will make their debut appearance at Ryman Auditorium on February 16th.