Jane Monheit, Dec. 10, 2010, Jazz at the Bistro two-night run
Mike Silverman, Oct. 26, 2010, Classical jazz Quartet, Focal Point Concert
Teddy Presberg, Sept. 14, 2010, Old Webster Jazz and Blues Festival Appearance
Mardra Thomas, Sept. 10, 2010, Harris-Stowe Benefit Concert
Don Cunningham, Aug. 18, 2010, Sheldon Concert Hall Appearance
Dawn Weber, June 24, 2010, Whitaker Music Festival
Javier Mendoza, June . . . → Read More: Jazz Preview–2010
Dawn Turlington & Vince Martin, Dec. 19, 2011, for Al Hammerman’s new album,”I Gotta Song”
Bob Coleman, Dec. 16, 2011, for the “Sinatra Hit Parade”
Brett Stamps, Dec. 1, 2011, new album “In Retrospect”
Jeannie Trevor, Sept. 20, 2011, UCity Jazz Festival
Delano Redmond Sr. and members of the Miles To Go Quintet, Sept. 15, 2011, Miles Davis Festival
Vince Wilburn . . . → Read More: Jazz Preview–2011
“New Year’s Resolutions,” Dec. 27, 2012
“Holiday Workers,” Dec. 25, 2012
“Getting Into The Game,” Dec. 20, 2012
“Child of the ’60s,” Dec. 18, 2012
“Strike One, Two, Three,” Dec. 13, 2012
“What Goes Around,” Dec. 11, 2012
“Values,” Dec. 6, 2012
“Bus Monitor,” Dec. 4, 2012
“Student Council,” Nov. 29, 2012
“Life Hazards,” Nov. 27, 2012
“Going Home,” Nov. 22, 2012
“Internships–Justin,” Nov. 20, 2012
“Mike and . . . → Read More: From The Sidelines–2012
While Jazz St. Louis has been hard at work, finding the all-star players to fill their 2012-2013 season, you reap the benefits!
Giants of the jazz world will be visiting our fair city for Jazz St. Louis’ 18th season. People like Sonny Rollins, Bela Fleck, Chick Corea and Dr. Lonnie Smith to mention a few. The Jazz . . . → Read More: Jazz St. Louis has been busy
A great time was had by all, and we helped keep the jazz alive for a little while longer!
We spent The later part of Friday, All of Saturday and most of sunday begging you, our loyal listeners, to help keep the jazz alive during our fund raiser radiothon.
With your support, we were able to raise over . . . → Read More: Radiothon
We are closing in on THAT time again. Friday Afternoon, may 18th through Sunday evening, May 20th will be our first spring fund drive. As before, we will be hosting a number of guests as well as maintaining your favorite programming
The Jazz station is dedicated to bringing you, our loyal listeners, the best programming available. Since . . . → Read More: Spring Fund Drive is Approaching!
WSIE is proud to see Tom Dehner back at the station. He will provide insight and commentaries on Tuesdays and Thursdays following the 8:30 and 3:30 news. A veteran with 40 years of broadcasting experience, he is an excellent example for the young adults involved with WSIE to emulate. “From the Sidelines” will provide commentary on . . . → Read More: Welcome Back Tom Dehner
I had the pleasure of watching two prodigies in their craft on April 7th. Jazz at the Bistro hosted Joshua Redman and Brad Mehldau over Easter / Passover Weekend. Brad Mehldau, I assumed, would provide a decent accompaniment to Redman’s both Melodic and rhythmic style. Frankly, I thought there would not be enough room on . . . → Read More: Redman & Meldau
The December 2 radio fund drive offers a CD gift with a 50$ pledge to WSIE! Here is the list of 10 pick CDs, donated from the good folks at MAXJAZZ label
1. Carla Cook “It’s All About Love”
2. Rene Marie “How Can I Keep From Singing?”
3. LaVerne Butler “A Foolish Thing To Do”
4. Jessica Williams “This . . . → Read More: CD offerings for the WSIE fundraiser
It’s That time again!!! WSIE and The Original Sharky’s on the River host the Benefit performances right on the river in St. Charles, Mo.
Come on out to see us on Sunday, October 23. The fall colors should be stunning, the environment is always fun at sharky’s on the river, and -of course- the music!
Tom Byrne and . . . → Read More: Sharky’s On The River