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Episodes

Here you will find profiles for each of the 50 different episodes of Studio Jams - background information on how it came to be, the musicians involved and the songs they performed. Links are also provided to purchase DVDs and MP3s of your favorite performances.




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    Episode #41

    Coming Soon from Copenhagen, Denmark!

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    Episode #42

    Featured performers: Chuck Loeb, Gerald Veasley, Rayford Griffin, Michael Wolff, Ray Vega, Chris Farr, Daniel Jobim, Paulo Jobim, Paulo Braga, Michael Sembello.

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    Episode #43

    Highlights from the 2008 Montreal International Jazz Festival in Montreal, Canada. Featured performers: Martin Taylor, Pierre Bensusan, Antoine Dufour, Jake Shimabukuro, Andy McKee.

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    Episode #44

    Highlights from the 2008 Pescara Jazz Festival in Pescara, Italy. Featured performers: Kerem Gorsev Trio, Gianluca Caporale Quartet, Acta Fabula, Carmine Ianieri Quartet, Gary Burton Quartet Revisited.

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    Episode #45

    Highlights from the 2008 Brecon Jazz Festival in Brecon, Wales. Featured performers: Gwilym Simcock, Wayne Krantz, Jools Holland, Slim Lightfoot, Arild Andersen, Neil Cowley, John Etheridge.

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    Episode #46

    Featured performers: Tracy Silverman, Steve Forrest, Jef Lee Johnson, Roy Wooten.

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    Episode #47

    Featured performers: Tracy Silverman, Soren Reiff, Jannik Jensen, Pontus Engborg, Mattias Bylund.

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    Episode #48

    Highlights from the 2009 JazzAscona Festival in Ascona, Switzerland. Featured performers: Niki Haris, Jason Marsalis, The Chicago Stompers, Gege Telesforo, Othella Dallas, The Creole Coconuts, Freddy Cole.

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    Episode #49

    Highlights from the 2009 Way Out West Festival in Gothenburg, Sweden. Featured performers: Jenny Wilson, Joshua Redman, First Aid Kit, Wilco, Monotonix.

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    Episode #50

    Highlights from the 2009 Montreal International Jazz Festival. Featured performers: Peppino D’Agostino, Frank Vignola, Russell Malone.


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— B.J.