Rochester International Jazz Festival – Day 6

Show #7 from the 2007 Rochester International Jazz Festival. Featuring reviews, news, interviews and more! On this edition: Live sound samples from the Webster Schroeder High School Jazz Band, a wonderful story about vibraphonist Joe Locke, and some wacky behind-the-scenes antics from the members of Matt Wilson’s Arts & Crafts.

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Rochester International Jazz Festival – Day 5

Show #6 from the 2007 Rochester International Jazz Festival. Featuring reviews, news, interviews and more! On this edition: Live sound samples from Trio Beyond with John Scofield, Jack DeJohnette and Larry Goldings, interviews with festival attendees, and conversations with pianist Dino Losito and drummer Mike Melito.

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Rochester International Jazz Festival – Day 4

Show #5 from the 2007 Rochester International Jazz Festival. Featuring reviews, news, interviews and more! On this edition: Live sound samples from Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks and Mamadou Diabate, interviews with festival attendees, and a feature on the Swedish electronica group Midaircondo.

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Show #16: Robin Eubanks

Robin Eubanks

Jason Crane interviews trombonist Robin Eubanks before his set at the 2007 Rochester International Jazz Festival. Eubanks is in Rochester with his band EB3, which features Eubanks on acoustic and electric trombone, loops and percussion pads, and keyboard bass; Michelle Rosewoman (subbing for Orrin Evans) on keyboards and keyboard bass; and Kenwood Dennard on drums and keyboard bass. Eubanks is also a member of the Dave Holland Quintet and Big Band and the new Dave Holland Sextet. Find out more at RobinEubanks.com.

Rochester International Jazz Festival – Day 3

Show #4 from the 2007 Rochester International Jazz Festival. Featuring reviews, news, interviews and more! On this edition: Interviews with Dutch trumpeter Saskia Laroo, Swedish trumpeter Peter Asplund, and Canadian Afro-beat band Mr. Something Something. Plus music samples from all three artists.

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