Moments

Something Blue – Moments – January 2, 2021

This is Hairy Larry inviting you to enjoy Something Blue every Saturday night at ten. This week we’re featuring the Kaua’i Jazz Quartet, Whitley Newman, and the Ken Carroll Quintet. For more about the show visit the Something Blue website at sbblues.com.

Don’t miss Something Blue, Saturday night at 10:00 PM CST, at kasu.org.

Kaua’i Jazz Quartet Live at Stevenson’s Library – Grand Hyatt Resort on 2012-11-12
archive.org/details/kjq2012-11-12

Hairy Larry Live at Jonesboro Public Library Round Room on 2019-02-09
archive.org/details/hl2019-02-09.kct


Kaua’i Jazz Quartet, Stolen Moments

Welcome to Something Blue. I’m Hairy Larry and I’ve got the blues, for you.

Whitley Newman, Summertime

Now that’s what I’m talking about, Whitley Newman singing “Summertime” featuring Joseph Curtis on trumpet. Kicking us off tonight we heard the Kaua’i Jazz Quartet play “Stolen Moments”.

Something Blue is broadcast on KASU, 91.9 FM and streaming on the internet at kasu.org.

I’m Hairy Larry, host of Something Blue. Visit the Something Blue website at sbblues.com to listen anytime and for links to more great music from the featured musicians.

The Kaua’i Jazz Quartet was recorded live at the Grand Hyatt Resort in Koloa, Kaua’i, Hawaii, on November 12, 2012. Here they are now playing “You Don’t Know What Love Is”.

Kaua’i Jazz Quartet, You Don’t Know What Love Is (the Wedding Song)

Ken Carroll Quintet, Wave
Kaua’i Jazz Quartet, Blue and Green

All right now that’s the Kaua’i Jazz Quartet doing “Blue and Green”. Before that the Ken Carroll Quintet played “Wave”.

Something Blue is broadcast on KASU, 91.9 FM and streaming on the internet at kasu.org.

I’m Hairy Larry, host of Something Blue. Thanks to the Live Music Archive at archive.org for hosting the concerts we’re hearing tonight. The Ken Carroll Quintet and Whitley Newman were recorded at New Jazz In Jonesboro on February 9, 2019. Thanks to the Jonesboro Public Library for letting us use the Round Room for New Jazz In Jonesboro.

Now closing the show here’s the Ken Carroll Quintet playing “Yesterday” and “Black Orpheus”.

Ken Carroll Quintet, Yesterday
Ken Carroll Quintet, Black Orpheus

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