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  • Wynton with Oprah Winfrey on XM Satellite Radio

    Posted on September 26th, 2006 in Interview, Radio | 1

    Wynton Marsalis will be guest at “Oprah and Friends“, on the air Thursday on XM Satellite Radio channel 156.   Keep reading »

  • Listen to Wynton Marsalis Septet’s concert in Marciac 2006

    Posted on August 27th, 2006 in Concerts, Radio, Septet | 5

    Wynton’s recent concert (11 August) in Marciac Jazz Festival 2006 will be aired tonight by RadioFrance. (Windows Media Player required) Click on the link: “ecouter le direct” on the right-top of the page to listen the web-cast of the program. It will be aired tonight at 23:00 (Paris time) Wynton Marsalis Septet personnel was: Wynton Marsalis: trumpet; Victor Goines: tenor sax; Wess Anderson : alto sax; Vincent Gardner trombone; Richard Johnson : piano; Carlos Henriquez : base; Herlin Riley : drums   Keep reading »

  • “Detroit Motor City Jazz” broadcasted on WBGO

    Posted on January 13th, 2006 in Radio | 3

    Tomorrow January 14 at 8pm WBGO will live broadcast (Real Player required) the last evening of the concert series Detroit Motor City Jazz from Jazz at Lincoln Center. The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis features Ron Carter, Marcus Belgrave, Curtis Fuller, Charles McPherson and Yusef Lateef.   Keep reading »

  • WNYC will broadcast “Bringing Back the Music”

    Posted on October 26th, 2005 in Concerts, Radio | 0

    Friday, October 28 at 7PM on 93.9 FM, WNYC will offer a live broadcast of this benefit concert for the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. The all-American program includes special guests Wynton Marsalis, Audra McDonald, Randy Newman and Itzhak Perlman   Keep reading »

  • Wynton on WGBH 89.7 next Monday

    Posted on October 14th, 2005 in Radio | 0

    On Monday October 17, the program “Jazz with Eric in the evening” will spotlight Wynton. More info on WGBH 89.7   Keep reading »

  • Wynton interviewed last night by BBC Worldwide radio

    Posted on September 9th, 2005 in Interview, Radio | 0

    Now you can listen to Wynton’s sad, moving and so soulful interview with BBC Worldwide radio from last night. (Real player)   Keep reading »

  • Wynton on New York Public Radio this evening

    Posted on June 9th, 2005 in Radio | 0

    The radio program “Evening Music with David Garland”, hosted by David Garland on WYNC, tonight will feature Wynton playing Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto in E-flat and Duke Ellington’s “Portrait of Louis Armstrong.”   Keep reading »

  • Wynton on the New Zealand’s radio George FM

    Posted on March 12th, 2005 in Radio | 0

    A Wynton’s song is in the playlist of the weekly radio show: It’s A Jazz Thing on George FM (a radio from Auckland, New Zealand). You and me (from “TheMacig Hour”) is the first song of the the show playlist. And the podcast version is available for download (MP3 – 34 mb). Here is the complete show playlist: You And Me – Wynton Marsalis Good Guys, Bad Guys – Ddygg Express Yourself – Idris Muhammed Retirement Song – Medeski, Martin & Wood Sugar – CTI All Stars Desafinado (Off Key) – Stan Getz & João Gilberto Monstro City – Antipop Consortium Blues In Five – Joel Haines…   Keep reading »

  • Wynton Marsalis and Kathleen Battle on JALC Radio

    Posted on December 17th, 2004 in Jazz at Lincoln Center, Radio | 2

    The great soprano Kathleen Battle and Wynton, joined by pianist Cyrus Chestnut, reedman James Carter and bassist Christian McBride To celebrate spirituals and lullabies and of course, Duke Ellington. Battle solos with McBride on “Hush”, then soars on “Come Sunday”; Also Marsalis’ “Spring Yaounde” and Chestnut’s joyous “Come Ye Disconsolate.” Listen to it (requires Real Player)   Keep reading »

  • A New Orleans style holiday bash with Wynton on the radio

    Posted on December 12th, 2004 in Jazz at Lincoln Center, New Orleans, Radio | 9

    Red Hot Holiday Stomp is the holiday radio program on Jazz at Lincoln Center Radio. A New Orleans style holiday bash with Wynton Marsalis and friends. Spanish tinged marches, blues and ragtime spice up the holiday tradition. Listen to it (requires Real Player)   Keep reading »