Play list Jazz Mine Saturday 4th. April 2020 on 103.2FM in Dublin or dublincityfm.ie / tunein.com plus APPS
LISTEN BACK :
1. Welcome ( 0.59 ) - Hendrik Lasure Warm Bed - CD Garden Head
2. Tipitina ( 3.29 ) - Professor Longhair - CD Live On The Queen Mary Harvest Records
2019 CD RELEASE
3. Sleep With Echoes ( 5.16 ) - Nils Petter Molvaer - CD Baboon Moon Sony Music
4. Linia ( 6.40 ) - Tom Johnson's Shark - CD Shark tomjohnson.eu
5. Soul Cowboy ( 8.29 0 - Pat Matheny - CD Trio 99-00 Warner Brothers
6. Raven ( 4.58 ) - GoGo Penguin - CD A Humdrum Star bluenoterecords.com
7. Breaking ( 5.31 ) - Tipitina - CD I Wish I Was In New Orleans Big Bear Records
8. In Between ( 2.59 ) - Sue Rynhart - CD Signals suerunhart.com
IRISH ARTIST - 2017 RELEASE
9. Double Rainbow ( 3.11 ) - Tommy Halferty - CD Tommy Halferty Invites Norma Winstone Terrace Records
10. Everybody Loves The Sunshine ( 1976 ) ( 3.41 ) - Roy Ayers & Ubiquity - CD The No.1 Jazz Album Polygram Records
1997 COMPILATION RELEASE
11. Stranger On The Shore ( 2.55 ) - Acker Bilk - SINGLE
MUSIC NETWORK ANNOUNCES THE POSTPONEMENT OF ITS APRIL AND MAY 2020 NATIONAL
CONCERT TOURS/ musicnetwork.ie
/Russian violin and piano duo Alena Baeva and Katia Skanavi are rescheduled
for November 2021, and US roots duo 10 String Symphony is rescheduled for
30 MARCH 2020: Music Network regrets to announce the postponement of its
April and May national tours due to the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak.
Russian violin and piano duo Alena Baeva and Katia Skanavi were scheduled
to perform an 8-date tour of Ireland from 24th April – 3rd May. Plans are
now underway to reschedule this tour for November 2021. US folk duo 10
String Symphony was scheduled for an 11-date tour from 6th – 17th May.
This tour has now been postponed until May 2021. Music Network aims to
announce full details of all new tour dates in early summer. Ticket holders
will be contacted by the venues and promoters through which they booked.
Music Network’s CEO Sharon Rollston said /“Due to current
circumstances, unfortunately it has been necessary to cancel our
forthcoming April and May tours. However, we are pleased to have been able
to work with both the artists involved and our partner promoters to
reschedule both of these tours for November 2021 and May 2021
Music-lovers will also have an opportunity to see Alena Baeva perform from
her home during a special online performance for Music Network’s
audiences. Alena will be joined by her husband, pianist Vadym Kholodenko,
for a 30-minute concert broadcast on Music Network’s digital channels on
Saturday 25th April, 7pm. The programme for the concert will include violin
and piano masterworks as well as the world premiere performance of
/Release/, a new Music Network commission from Irish composer Finola
Merivale. Viewers will also have the chance to hear from Finola Merivale in
a short Composer Insight Session during the broadcast.
Sharon Rollston added:/ “We look forward to bringing wonderful musicians
to audiences around the country in the not too distant future. In the
meantime, we will continue to support musicians and keep the music playing
for our audiences through our digital platforms.”/
Details of a second online performance featuring our May touring artists
will be announced shortly.
FOR MUSICIANS & ARTISTS GENERALLY affected by COVID-19 LIVE MUSIC LOCKDOWN
Thank you to everyone who filled out the COVID-19 Income Loss Survey last week.
We have updated questions from week 1 with the feedback we received. This weeks survey link will remain on our website until Sunday April 5th.
Click here for the survey and please share with anyone who is affected.https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Z92NCTL
The spread of COVID-19 worldwide is affecting us all. As measures have been taken by authorities in Ireland to address this pandemic a lot of you will lose income and opportunities in the coming weeks. At the moment there is no way for us to measure the impact that may have on those working in the music industry in Ireland.
As measures have been taken by authorities in Ireland to address this pandemic a lot of you will lose income and opportunities in the coming weeks. At the moment there is no way for us to measure the impact that may have on those working in the Arts Sector in Ireland.
In an effort to assess potential damages and provide potential solutions to the situation, we will be collecting data over the coming weeks and beginning to aggregate information on cancelled events, postponed performances, lost opportunities and loss of income in the sector.
We kindly ask you to complete this short survey and to share this link with others working in the sector. We ask that you give us information about ACTUAL losses on a weekly basis and fill this form in every week.
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