Episode 361: A remarkable new “glue” for wounds, a lovely quote from Albert Schweitzer, the beauty of autumn leaves in Ireland, a great ode to Buddy Bolden from Wynton Marsalis, and more…
The Daily Good
Good News: An apartment complex in New Orleans keeps the lights on after Hurricane Ida thanks to a solar array built into the roof! Link HERE.The Good Word: An inspirational thought from the great Dr. Albert Schweitzer.Good To Know: A mind-blowing fact about a simple deck of cards.Good News: Engineering scientists have developed a remarkable new bio-adhesive for medical use, based on barnacles! Link HERE.Wonderful World: Behold the splendor of the changing autumn leaves in Ireland, HERE.Good One: Your weekly joke…Sounds Good: Happy birthday to the legendary New Orleans jazz pioneer, Buddy Bolden! Check out Wynton Marsalis and his Tentet playing Buddy Bolden’s Blues HERE.
iHeartRadio & HowStuffWorks The Candia Massacre began on this day in 1898. / On this day, jazz pioneer Buddy Bolden was born in New Orleans. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers https://www.listennotes.com/e/d43864e7ee014dc198dcdb3f3e4c0ba0/
STOP-TIME SERIES with Frank Williams: Buddy Bolden
Clearwater Jazz Holiday's Young Lions Jazz Master Virtual Sessions
Clearwater Jazz Holiday’s History of Jazz Outreach Program engages professional musicians to share the story of Jazz through live, interactive musical experiences. By Spring 2020, the Program had reached nearly 30,000 students in approximately 60 Tampa Bay area schools and has evolved to also bring meaningful experiences to schools and organizations serving at risk students, people of all ages with special needs, neurodiversities, and autism, as well as older adults in senior living communities and memory care centers. Frank T. Williams III, a 40-year + educator, band director, clinician, author, adjudicator, and composer, is a long-time CJH education partner, important to the development of many CJH Outreach programs. In 2020, CJH launched its STOP-TIME SERIES with Frank Williams to complement the History of Jazz Outreach Program by creating a comprehensive visual and audio History of Jazz archive delivered in Frank’s one-of-a-kind style. WATCH & LISTEN! Visit the CJH website Education & Outreach section to watch all STOP-TIME videos for FREE or enjoy listening here as part of the CJH Young Lions Jazz Master "Virtual" Sessions Podcast. To learn more about the annual CJH festival tradition and year-round Education & Outreach: www.clearwaterjazz.com
On this day, jazz pioneer Buddy Bolden was born in New Orleans. Learn more about Buddy in an episode of Stuff You Missed in History Class at https://www.missedinhistory.com/podcasts/buddy-bolden-and-the-birth-of-jazz.htm. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Des personnalités très diverses et très passionnantes dans ces Matins Jazz du vendredi : la chanteuse Youn Sun Nah avec son nouvel album en avant-première, le cornettiste néo-orléanais Buddy Bolden au cœur d'un biopic en mai aux Etats-Unis (avec une musique composée par Wynton Marsalis), le vocaliste anglais Jacob Collier en concert ce soir à la Cigale, les favoris pour les prochains Grammy Awards dans le magazine américain Jazztimes, le guitariste underground et anti-Trump Marc Ribot à Alfortville pour le festival Sons d'Hiver et la pianiste chanteuse australienne Sarah MacKenzie au Clichy Jazz Festival, le trio scandinave Rymden qui qui fait revivre l'énergie d'EST avec le pianiste Bugge Wesseltoft, etc.
Bolden is often referred to as the first jazz performer, and his playing is legendary. But his life story, cluttered by lack of documentation and misinformation, played out tragically after his ascension to the apex of the New Orleans music scene. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com