Top 25 of Canada’s Most Significant Jazz Musicians

From 8:00AM – 10:00ish on Canada Day we aired a special extended edition of ‘Music To Listen To Jazz By‘ with Ross Porter, Brad Barker & Dani Elwell featuring the Top 25 of Canada’s Most Significant Jazz Musicians as chosen by you!

#1 Canada’s Most Significant Jazz Musician is Oscar Peterson (pictured in Tokyo with daughter Celine in 1999)

Thank you for voting and listening. Here’s the complete list with podcasts in case you missed it:

Peter Appleyard…………..Tangerine
Guido Basso…………………Jitterbug Waltz
Ed Bickert…………………….Gone With The Wind
Robi Botos……………………Heisenberg
Lenny Breau…………………A Taste of Honey
Jane Bunnett……………….Chamalongo
Holly Cole……………………..I Can See Clearly Now
Harris Eisenstadt…………Sometimes It’s Hard to Get Dressed in the Morning
Maynard Ferguson……….King’s Riff
Jeff Healey…………………..Emaline
Molly Johnson……………..My oh My
Oliver Jones…………………Just in Time
Moe Koffman………………..Swinging Shepherd
Kollage………………………….Triple A
Diana Krall…………………….The Look of Love
Rob McConnell………………Strollin
Joni Mitchell………………….Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
Phil Nimmons………………..Harbours
Alex Pangman……………….Sweet Substitute
Diana Panton…………………Felicidade
Snarky Puppy………………..Gemini (Snarky Puppy was played because Larnell Lewis made the list)
Don Thompson………………Song for Sonny
Kenny Wheeler………………3/4 in the Afternoon
Dave Young……………………One Way Up
Oscar Peterson………………Night Train