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    First Listen: Ron Davis - Blue Modules

    Your first listen for this week belongs to pianist, composer Ron Davis and his brand new album Blue Modules.

    Its fun.  Its possesses an energy,  its innovative.  Davis puts some life into some unique already well established songs and adds an original or two to make it even more personal. This is Davis’s 8th recording and he will bring it to Chalkers Jazz Club for three Sundays starting next January the 20th.

    First Listen: Sienna Dahlen - Verglas

    Every Friday, Brad Barker goes through the pile of CD’s on his desk and his hard drive to find a brand new song to play for you.  It’s called your “First Listen”

    Today, we revisit an ambitious album that was released a couple of months ago, Sienna Dahlens’ Verglas.  Sienna has a show coming up at Musideum on the 11th of January and then she is off to France for a couple of weeks to do some touring and to play at MIDEM, the massive music conference that takes place from the 27th to the 29th of January.

    First Listen: Duncan Hopkins - Bleak Midwinter

    British born bassist and composer Duncan Hopkins has been a mainstay on the Toronto music scene for many years.

    Along with supporting Diana Krall, Mark Murphy and Peter Appleyard (to name a few) Duncan has been a long-time member of The Canadian Jazz Quartet.

    First Listen: Irma Thomas - May Ev’ry Day Be Christmas!

    Every Friday, Brad Barker goes through the pile of CD’s on his desk and his hard drive to find a brand new song to play for you.  It’s called your “First Listen”

    In the spirit of the season we bring you a festive First Listen for this week!

    First Listen: Jose James - Trouble

    Every Friday, Brad Barker goes through the pile of CD’s on his desk and his hard drive to find a brand new song to play for you.  It’s called your “First Listen”

    Jose James recently wrote, "once I realized that jazz singing is just something that I do and that its just a label, it freed me as an artist to just write without any boundaries."  Which is why we find ourselves with a new James record that floats seamlessly thru very different musical worlds. Yes, jazz. But a bit of R&B, Electronica, Hip Hop and Soul.

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