In this show, you'll find a tribute to the classic swing song In The Mood, along with artists Sarah McKenzie, Louis Jordan, Ella Fitzgerald, Dean, Louis, and Minnesota music from The Gentleman's Anti-Temperance League and Acme Jazz Company. Tune in every Monday night at 6pm for Might As Well Swing sponsored by Scout and Morgan Books The Gentleman's Anti-Temperance League Acme Jazz Company
Listen to a tribute to Kay Kyser ,along with Ellington, Basie, Armstrong. Music from other artists include: Rod Stewart, Keely Smith, Patty and the Buttons, Frank Sinatra, Billy Taylor, and Nat King Cole. Tune in every Monday night for Might As Well Swing on KBEK.com from 6pm-10pm cst.
You'll hear from Judy Garland, Bobby Darin and Johnny Mercer, Benny Goodman, The Mills Brothers, Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald and Ann Reinking from the musical Chicago with All That Jazz.
July 9th's first hour focuses on the Carnegie Hall Concerts of John Hammond, with musical highlights from Count Basie, Benny Goodman, Ida Cox, and the Golden Gate Quartet.
We played classic Boogie Woogie from Pinetop Smith, Jimmy Yancey, Meade Lux Lewis and Albert Ammons. You'll also hear Mr. Five by Five - Jimmy Rushing, Mary Lou Williams, Art Tatum, Royal Crown Revue, Cab Calloway, The Dixie Stompers, and duet from Tony Bennett and Stevie Wonder. Tune in every Monday night from 6 to 10 pm for Might As Well Swing on KBEK.com
On this show, you'll hear The Bill Evans Trio, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, Benny Goodman, Glen Miller, Sammy Davis Jr. Dee Dee Bridgewater singing a tribute to Ella, and a look at the music and career of Danny Kaye. Tune in to Might As Well Swing every Monday night at 6 pm.
Tune in to take a listen to The Manhattan Transfer, both yesterday and today. We also take a look at the vocalists and their contribution to music with Sammy Davis, Frank Sinatra, Jon Hendricks, Sarah Vaughn and Astrud Gilbrato . Tune in for Might As Well every Monday night.
Javier sings from his heart, and speaks from his soul in this one of a kind interview.
A look at fathers and their musical children. and how the legacy of music is passed down from generation to generation. We'll hear from Wynton & Ellis Marsalis, Nat King & Natalie Cole, Frank & Nancy Sinatra, and John L. Nelson, the father of Prince. You'll also hear from Dean, Carmen, Glen, and seventeen year old phenom Joey Alexander. Tune in for Might As Well Swing every Monday night.
[audio mp3="http://www.kbek.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/060418-Maws.mp3"][/audio] Music by Oscar Peterson, Cyrille Aimee, JoyAnn Parker, Bing Crosby and Jack n' Kitty to name a few.