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  • Charles Lloyd talked with Chris Woodhull about his, new amazing recording, The Sky Will Still Be There Tomorrow. They also discuss his upcoming Big Ears performance and the new documentary, Charles Lloyd: Arrows Into Infinity, showing at the festival.
  • Music staff from both WUOT and WUTK held a BIg Ears Summit to discuss plans for attending Knoxville's famed music festival. Melony Dodson, Carter Moore, Lincoln Bohrer and Todd Steed share their must-sees and navigation strategies.
  • In the season closer, Todd gets off the Jazz Train and heads straight to the fabulous Pittsburgh International Jazz Festival. There he encounters Taber Gable, Jonathan Barber, Bob James, Ebban Dorsey and Christie Dasheill and a WUOT news host! Thanks to our amazing sponsor, Three Bears Coffee Company. Soundtrack music in this episode features Hunter Deacon, Jon Hamar, Matt Richardson and Hunter Deacon.
  • Jakob Bro talks with Todd Steed about his upcoming performances at the Big Ears Festival. He explains why he is known as the anti-guitar hero and explores the joys of collaboration.
  • Gregory Tardy changes things up on his new record, In His Timing, focusing on the clarinet and adding some new musicians into the lineup.
  • Fresh with a new and gorgeous record, Denin Slage Koch talks to Todd Steed about the songs, the move to Knoxville, and the guitars. Learn more about Denin here.
  • Andrew Finn Magill brings his unique sound and vision to the Historic Grove Theater in Oak Ridge on October 25th. He sat down with Todd Steed to talk about his travels, his sound, and his songs.
  • Join Todd for an epic train ride from Denver to San Francisco on the California Zephyr. He loves it, though many are miserable. Find out why as you enjoy the original jazz soundtrack featuring Daniel Kimbro, Hunter Deacon, Bob Deck, Dave Nichols, Dug Meech, Bruno Santos and George Middlebrooks.
  • After decades away and a pandemic postponement, Pierre Bensusan returns to Knoxville this Friday. Todd Steed talks with Pierre about his post-pandemic lifestyle, his favorite guitar and more. More information at https://knoxvilleclassicalguitar.com/events
  • Kenneth Brown discusses his newest recording, Love People.