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Patrice Rushen

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Patrice Rushen on "Tavis Smiley"

Tavis Smiley

Patrice Rushen - Award-winning musician and composer who is also one of the most sought after artists in the music industry. She is a classically trained pianist who originally found success in the 70’s and 80’s with her signature fusion of jazz, pop and R&B. During this era, she composed and recorded the hit song, “Forget Me Nots,” which has been frequently covered and sampled by other artists. She joins Tavis for a career conversation.

43mins

15 Jun 2022

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Patrice Rushen

Rock & Roll High School With Pete Ganbarg

This week we’re joined by the award-winning singer, pianist, music educator, and composer Patrice Rushen. Known for her fusion of jazz, pop, funk, soul and R&B, Patrice discusses the influence of her high school music teachers, getting to play with Jazz legends at Prestige Records, the importance of community over competition in the music industry, her close bond with Prince and the advice she got from legendary producer Quincy Jones. Plus, find out what iconic group played her high school prom.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

1hr 29mins

26 May 2022

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Oz Noy (Israel, 1971) guitarrista, Maquina!, Tigran Hamasyan Trio y Patrice Rushen

El PUERTO DEL JAZZ

Oz Noy (Israel, 1971) guitarrista, comenzó su carrera profesional a la edad de 13 años tocando jazz, blues, pop y rock. A los 16 años, tocaba con los mejores músicos y artistas israelíes. A los 24 años, era uno de los guitarristas de estudio más establecidos del país. Desde su llegada a Nueva York en 1996, Oz ha tenido un gran impacto en la escena musical local e internacional. Su estilo único ha roto todas las reglas de la música instrumental de guitarra. Sus colaboradores habituales son los bateristas Keith Carlock, Anton Fig, Vinnie Colaiuta o Dave Weckl y los bajistas Will Lee, James Genus o Reggie Washington, hoy lo disfrutamos en “Natural Flow” [Oz Live – 2003], con Chick Corea “Rhumba Tumba” [Twisted Blues Vol 2 – 2014] y Oz Noy, Ugonna Okegwo, Ray Marchica “All The Things You Are” [Riverside – 2022]. La segunda parte la abrimos con un grupo pionero en nuestro país del jazz rock progresivo Maquina! “Chains” [En Directo – 1972], seguimos con un pianista armenio que esta dando mucho que hablar por su particular estilo Tigran Hamasyan Trio “Well, you needn't” [New Era – 2007] y terminamos con una mujer super importante en la industria musical de Estados Unidos, la pianista Patrice Rushen “Shortie's Portion” [Prelusion – 1974].

1hr 4mins

10 Feb 2022

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Edition 17: The Music: My Life. In conversation with Patrice Rushen. Chocolate-Radio.com

The Music: My Life - Diane Hinds in conversation. Chocolate-radio.com.

Originally broadcast on Chocolate-Radio.com on the 5th June 2021.   Join me for one of my most revealing conversations with a young lady who's presence has graced our lives, over the last forty years, whether we know it, or not!  Her most famous track "Forget Me Nots", for which she was Grammy nominated, has been sampled extensively.  She has been Music Director for many of the entertainment industry's top award shows such as the Recording Academy / GRAMMYs, the Emmys / Television Academy and the People's Choice Awards.  She has performed with many top artists such as Stevie Wonder, Herbie Hancock, Prince, and Carlos Santana.

1hr 11mins

5 Jun 2021

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Patrice Rushen, award-winning musician and composer

We Luvv Rare Grooves

Monday May 17th we welcome to the Groove studio Ms. Patrice Rushen. She is an award-winning musician and composer who is also one of the most sought after artists in the music industry. She is a classically trained pianist who originally found success in the 70’s and 80’s with her signature fusion of jazz, pop and R&B. During this era, she composed and recorded the hit song, “Forget Me Nots,” which has been frequently covered and sampled by other artists. Rushen is also a four-time, Grammy nominee who has composed scores for movies and television.

1hr 54mins

18 May 2021

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Entertainment Studio Hall - Patrice Rushen - 5:6:21, 3.27 PM

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Keyboard player: Gail NoblesPodcast vocals: Gail NoblesArt: by Gail Nobles © 2021Story by: Gail NoblesPhoto credit: "Cowboy" Ben Alman/Wikipedia Usage: CC BY-SA 2.0Hello everyone. I hope you are enjoying Sound Flave. I’m your host Gail Nobles, and today I want to talk to you about Radiae Applis. It is like a podcast entertainment studio hall. It’s like a city of listeners. There’s a place for listeners. It grows from one ear to the other from place to place through wifi and online. It’s building it’s way up from Spreaker.com. It started out with one episode and now there are four. There must be more.Applis is a place for music. Applis is a place for the announcer. It is all about sound and flavor. Sound Flave is the main title. Radiae Applis is the subtitle and core. It is the seed. And what I’m bringing you today is that flavor of sound. The sound from the harvest. Let’s talk about Patrice Rushen. (Music)Patrice Rushen is a jazz pianist and R&B singer. She is also a composer, record producer, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and music director. Her 1982 single “Forget Me Nots’ received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance.(Voice)Patrice made a cool video on her 1982 single Forget Me Nots. It appears on her seventh album, Straight from the Heart. You know "Forget Me Nots" are flowers that symbolize enduring love despite absence or separation. I must say Patrice Rushen is a great song writer and great in music. I’m Gail Nobles and you’re listening to Sound Flave Radiae Applis.

3mins

6 May 2021

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026 I AM The Band with Patrice Rushen Pt.2

I AM Podcast

Recording Artist, Composer, Pianist, Songwriter, Musical Director, Music Educator and TrailblazerPatrice Rushen has spent a lifetime honing the skills that makes her one of the music industry’ss most versatile and sought after artists.  She has performed with and produced with such esteemed artists such as as Stevie Wonder, Herbie Hancock, Prince, Tom Jones, Carlos Santana, Boys II Men, George Benson, Nancy Wilson Micheal Jackson, Sheena Easton and many more.  An award winning composer and songwriter, she has performed with and composed works for Philharmonic Orchestras, Film and Television.  She constantly receives requests to sample her music, one of the most notable uses being Will Smith’s “Men in Black” which samples her 1982 Grammy Nominated recording “Forget me Nots”.  As an advocate for music education she holds the position of Ambassador of Artistry and Education at the Berklee College of Music as well as the chair of the Popular Music Program at USC’s Thorton School of Music.  She holds an honorary doctorate from the Berklee College of Music for her “outstanding contribution to music and culture.” What you will hear: Breaking glass ceiling. Black excellence . Moments of self doubt. Meeting and working with Prince. Inspiring young and upcoming musicians. Future opportunities. Unconventional strings Quotes: “You pick your battles and you pick your statements and you find your ways to do it but you don’t compromise the end game.” “One of the things I’ve always learned to appreciate is being honest and being upfront.” “When you are trying to make a difference or do something differently or you are trying to change an old habit you have to do it with intention at first until it becomes natural.” “Set your eyes on that prize, set your eyes on that goal and your don’t sacrifice that intention.” “We are now the gatekeepers we have to keep the level high.”--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/iammusicgrouppodcast/support

54mins

30 Apr 2021

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TOP SECRET MAGAZINE | #235 | 23.April 2021 ( Alan Fitzpatrick vs. Patrice Rushen, India Jordan , Adelphi Music Factory )

Top Secret MAGAZINE - HOUSE MUSIC MAGAZINE

Alan Fitzpatrick vs. Patrice Rushen - Havent You HeardTom Everett - Reason (t e s t p r e s s Remix)ABSOLUTE. - Sage comme une image (Good as Gold)Detlef x Cloonee - ScratchinIndia Jordan - And GrooveMonki - Yurican SoulJansons Feat. Dope Earth Alien - MedicineMiane - Make It WorkAdelphi Music Factory - People Everywhere (Can You Feel It)Pleasure State - Break AwayCatz 'n Dogz & Gerd Janson - Modern Romance (Dusky Remix)Jodie Harsh - My House (Eats Everything Remix)

57mins

25 Apr 2021

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025 I AM The Band with Patrice Rushen

I AM Podcast

Recording Artist, Composer, Pianist, Songwriter, Musical Director, Music Educator and Trailblazer Patrice Rushen has spent a lifetime honing the skills that makes her one of the music industry’ss most versatile and sought after artists.  She has performed with and produced with such esteemed artists such as as Stevie Wonder, Herbie Hancock, Prince, Tom Jones, Carlos Santana, Boys II Men, George Benson, Nancy Wilson Micheal Jackson, Sheena Easton and many more.  An award winning composer and songwriter, she has performed with and composed works for Philharmonic Orchestras, Film and Television.  She constantly receives requests to sample her music, one of the most notable uses being Will Smith’s “Men in Black” which samples her 1982 Grammy Nominated recording “Forget me Nots”.  As an advocate for music education she holds the position of Ambassador of Artistry and Education at the Berklee College of Music as well as the chair of the Popular Music Program at USC’s Thorton School of Music.  She holds an honorary doctorate from the Berklee College of Music for her “outstanding contribution to music and culture.” What you will hear: Patrice’s early exposure to music. USC preparatory school How learning to play the flute influenced Patrice’s perception and application of music. High School and the expectation of excellence. Earth, Wind and Fire. Work ethic through service. The joy and the power of music creation. Learning that there are no limitations through experience and example. Exposure, opportunity and expectation. Genre crossover and evolution of Patrice’s music making. Forward thinking teaching and early opportunities to write and arrange. Conceptual knowledge and transferable knowledge. Commercial music and the evolution of music education. Dancing on Soul Train. Keeping aspirations and setting a high bar. Quotes: “In the arts, there is an effort that is being made to the larger picture than just your own excellence.  It calls for personal responsibility but also calls to the responsibility to the collective.” “I was a music ed major, with a minor in classical piano, with the intention of doing neither one.” “Whatever your gonna do you need to be really good at it and you need to love it.” “While you may not initially get to do the thing that you are aspiring to do, there’s 15 other things that will lead you to that same place, and to have multiple options to get to where you are trying to go is what it’s all about.” “The 21st century musician is a musician who can weep at Brahms,  James Brown and Hip Hop all at the same time.” “We were all training to be so bad we could play with anybody.” Mentioned: Mary Clay The Colburn School Reggie Andrews Donald Dustin Frank Harris Soul Train Melba Liston --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/iammusicgrouppodcast/support

38mins

23 Apr 2021

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Episode 9 - Patrice Rushen

Shut The Funk Up Podcast

The gruesome twosome create their own March Madness bracket based off favorite foods. They also discuss the Miami/South Beach spring break situation and throw their hats in the ring when it comes to the Coke vs. Pepsi argument.

1hr 45mins

24 Mar 2021

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