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Euphonic Favourites

2018-05-07 13:27:53

Programme No.2 on air right now. Listen live on Redtrain Express stream on The Jazz UK ...

 

Listenback will be streamed from tomorrow via Mixcloud, where a full playlist is also available. You may, if you wish, join up for free. Visit here, for more information...

Duologue

2018-04-06 13:48:37

The full interviews of conversations first heard during episode one of Euphonic Favourites on  The Jazz UK's Redtrain Express stream are now available in Mixcloud. File #001 is Tommy Smith, the saxophonist, composer, bandleader and educator. Northern Ireland drummer/bandleader David Lyttle to follow shortly.

 

You may follow Eamonn's broadcasts on Mixcloud. To sign up at no charge, click here...

Euphonic Favourites

2018-04-03 20:37:23

The very first in a series of "Euphonic Favourites" was broadcast on April 2nd, 2018 by The Jazz UK on its Redtrain Express stream...

 

Listenback is now streamed in Mixcloud, where a full playlist is also available. And you may, if you wish, join up for free. Visit here...

Euphonic Favourites

2018-03-21 13:22:01

Eamonn is busy prepping the running order for a new radio series to be broadcast by The Jazz UK

 

If you can’t catch these 2-hour programmes live, fear not - they'll be available for listen back on Mixcloud (once Eamonn has set up an account)....

Surprise Me

2017-10-07 10:31:17

About to start work on an authorised biography of the late Louis Stewart. Looking forward to leaving the cave to share conversations with those who have a story to tell…

 

Irish jazz guitarist Louis Stewart won the Press Award for the Outstanding European Soloist at the 1968 Montreaux Jazz Festival. He toured with Benny Goodman for three years and recorded extensively, including eight albums with George Shearing. Louis also worked with Tubby Hayes and Ronnie Scott in London, before deciding to make Ireland his home again. Having said that, most international jazz performers knew all about him. When yours truly interviewed the American singer Jon Hendricks in Paris some years back, the first question he asked me was, “How’s Louis?”

 

Louis was also renowned for his deadpan humour. When his son Tony asked him whether he’d prefer to be buried or cremated, his father replied, “Surprise me.” A good title for a book about an improvising jazz musician…