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Wednesday, April 29, 2020

International Jazz day in Leeds - Jazz UNLOCKED

(Press release - Image Info: William Ellis)

Thursday 30 April 9pm, 94.6m on FM, and online on www.chapelfm.co.uk 
Fed up with all this lockdown? Let’s unlock some jazz music instead – a new radio show all about jazz in Leeds, Leeds clubs, musicians and jazz fans. Welcome to Jazz UNLOCKED on Chapel FM.  

Steve Crocker from Jazz Leeds and James Fernie from Chapel FM Radio will be keeping you in touch with the jazz scene in Leeds with this regular programme during the lockdown. We’ll have a broad definition of jazz so we’ll be including blues, big bands, jazz poetry and more. Jazz Unlocked will feature 45 minutes of interviews, album recordings, and specially recorded performances
Leeds is a great place to play and listen to jazz – before the lockdown there were more than twenty venues where you could hear regular live sessions and the city has some of the finest jazz musicians in the UK too and we’ll be hearing from some of those people in the coming weeks.  


First show goes out 9pm on International Jazz Day Thursday 30 April, 94.6m on FM in Leeds and surrounding areas, or online on www.chapelfm.co.uk . It will feature a live session from Leeds jazz singer Jennie Smith, with John Chamberlain on piano and an interview with Leeds jazz musician Adrian Knowles about his project “Sound of 59” recording music by Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Charles Mingus and Dave Brubeck. “Sound of 59” were originally going to be playing live at Seven Arts Leeds to celebrate International Jazz day. This first Jazz UNLOCKED also features a new album release – “About Time” by Leeds based trumpet player Malcolm Strachan.    

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