Season 2 Episode 3: Our First Ever Podcast

Posted on
22 Jan 2013
by shannon kennedy under Episodes |


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Hey everyone, this is Shannon Kennedy and welcome to the third episode of Teen Jazz Radio for 2013 and our first ever podcast.

Since this is our first podcast, I'm going to go through a few formalities and introductions before I get to the music so bear with me if you're already a member of the Teen Jazz Community and have heard all this before.

My name is Shannon Kennedy. I am a saxophonist, flute player and singer-songwriter currently living in Southern California. I love writing music, performing and sharing the things I've learned along the way which is why I started Teen Jazz.

For those of you that are new to Teen Jazz and Teen Jazz Radio, Teen Jazz is a community for up and coming musicians. The websites features tons of articles on the music business, reviews of performances and music equipment and interviews with musicians and music companies. This podcast is a part of Teen Jazz Radio where we feature the music of many of our artists as well as keep you up to date with whats going on at the website.

We'll feature an average of three songs each week as part of the show, and so if you're interested in having your music featured, please feel free to contact me. Just head over to teenjazz.com and click on the contact button.

In this podcast, I'm going to feature the music of several great performers including Tim Price, Jack Prybylski and Liza Carbe.

First up, I'd like to introduce you to the talented singer-songwriter, Liza Carbe. Liza is a bassist, guitarist, vocalist and composer in Los Angeles CA. She is also a member and co-founder of the popular Latin Fusion group Incendio.

This is And I Love You Still from her solo album Wait for the Spring.

Once again, that was And I Love You Still from Liza Carbe. You can learn more about Liza and her music at lizacarbe.com

Before I move onto our next feature, I'd like to give a shout out to one of our latest artists. Sean Winter is a saxophonist from Victoria, British Columbia. You can watch a video, read his profile and listen to a few sound clips at Teen Jazz, so be sure to head over and check him out. He also contributed an article to us. It is called "The Beginner's Guide to Playing Out" and you can find that at Teen Jazz as well.

Next on the show I'd like to introduce Mr. Tim Price, a saxophonist, clinician and educator on the east coast. Tim has performed with a number of talented musicians including Hans Dulfer, Lew Tabackin, Ernie Watts, Charlie Watts from the Rolling Stones, Gary Burton, Doc Severinson, Dr. John, Phil Woods, and Sonny Stitt.

The song we're going to feature is Jam Thang for Rat Dog from the album the Blue.Seum Project which he recorded along with Sweet Sue Terry. The songs from the album were recorded live at the Blue Mountain Gallery in New York.

Once again that was Tim Price. You can learn more about Tim Price and his music at timpricejazz.com

Last on the show I'd like to feature Jack Prybylski, another saxophonist currently residing on the east coast. With three albums as a solo artist, Jack has been earning recognition in the contemporary jazz scene.

We'll feature a song from his latest album, Out of the Box, produced by Four80East. This is the title track Out of the Box.

Once again that was Jack Prybylski. You can check out more of his music at jackprybylski.com

Before I close out the show, I'd like to invite you all to check out Teen Jazz if you're interested in learning more about me, Shannon Kennedy or the community. It's TeenJazz.com - or if you just would like to say hello, come and say hi at our Facebook page - that's facebook.com/teenjazz. I promise to say hello back!

So thank you everyone for listening to this first podcast from Teen Jazz. I hope to hear from you and see you back for our next show.

Thank you for listening to Teen Jazz Radio at www.teenjazzradio.com

Buy the music from this episode:
Liza Carbe - Wait for the Spring
Tim Price - The Blue.Seum Project
Jack Prybylski - Out of the Box



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