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SHAOLIN JAZZ Interview on Know Your Scene

Today, at 6 PM, Know Your Scene, presented by music magazine DC Music Download, will be interviewing SHAOLIN JAZZ about our upcoming CAN I KICK IT? outdoor screenings at Freedom Plaza and our other projects and multimedia engagements.  Listen live at 6 PM by clicking here.

Know Your Scene spotlights some of the most influential and interesting people who shape D.C.’s music scene. Each episode offers an in-depth look into what’s happening inside the nation’s capital through topical discussions and interviews, spotlighting the music community’s unique DIY ethos and independent spirit.

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SHAOLIN JAZZ take-over of Capitol iLL Radio

Tomorrow, from 10 PM – 12 AM, listen in as we take-over Capitol iLL Radio (89.3 FM WPFW) playing tracks from our new project “Sweet Nancy from Shaolin,” select tracks from our catalog, jazz inspired rap music, and talking to SHAOLIN JAZZ friends and family.  To listen at 10 PM click here.

 

SHAOLIN JAZZ in Ethiopia / Panelist: Keanna Faircloth

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Meet Keanna Faircloth, a true Jazz-head and highly accomplished pianist (having toured the country and studied with giants such as Charles Covington and Grady Tate), to, since 2005, hosting a range of Jazz shows on the world renowned radio station WPFW 89.3 FM – the only radio station in DC dedicated to the preservation of Jazz and committed to community awareness and social justice.  Keanna also, under the name DJ Charlie Fontaine (and her company JazzyGirlRockin Entertainment), spins at a range of events bringing a special mix of Jazz and Soul.  Keanna will be the moderator of our discussion on July 17th, 5-7pm at Busboys and Poets’ K Street #location.  To learn more about Keanna and to listen to one of her editions of Evening Jazz or to learn where she’ll be spinning next click here.

Revolutions On Air: The Golden Era of New York Radio 1980 – 1988 (Red Bull Music Academy Presents)

Its been a MIN since I haven’t posted content that wasn’t SHAOLIN JAZZ related and I can assure you that I will.  With that being said I had to drop this gem via Red Bull Music Academy – a short documentary highlighting the innovators of New York radio during the 80’s.  Check it out.