Jazz / Classic, Mainstream, Old and New
Join hosts Greg Halpin, Rana Glick, Andrew Belmonte and Greg Petersen each week for classic, mainstream, old and new jazz. Friday nights, 10pm to midnight.
Jazz has been called the purest expression of American democracy. It’s a music built on individualism and compromise, independence, and cooperation. Jazz is a musical tradition and style of music that originated at the beginning of the 20th century in African-American communities in the Southern United States from a confluence of African and European music traditions.
Archive recording of WPSU Jazz program broadcast on April 11, 2014 with Andrew Belmonte.
A broadcast of Jazz@ThePalmer featuring the Penn State student ensemble Passport. Kate Anderson, sax; Sean Durkin, rombone; Sam Heppleman, bass; Jaren Angud,drums; and Donte Ford, piano. Penn State Professor Dan Yoder, director
Archive recording of WPSU Jazz program broadcast on March 28, 2014 with Rana Glick.
An archive recording of WPSU Jazz program broadcast on March 21, 2014 with Greg Halpin.
An encore broadcast of Jazz@ThePalmer featuring Rick Hirsch and Hexagon, recorded live in October 2012 at the Palmer Museum of Art at Penn State. Rich Hirsh - saxaphone; Barry Long - trumpet/flugelhorn; Mac Himes - guitar; Jeff Beck - bass; Jay Vonada - trombone; Kevin Lowe - drums.
A broadcast of Jazz@ThePalmer featuring The David Stambler Quartet, recorded live in September 2013 at the Palmer Museum of Art at Penn State. With: David Tucker - drums; Tom Baldwin -bass; and Alan Blackman - piano.