The Sunday, September 7 Jazz Unlimited show will be “The Jazz History of St. Louis-Part 10: The Late 2000’s and Current Times.” Even during the Great Recession, Jazz at the Bistro thrived, bringing in nationally known groups and giving work to local St. Jazz musicians. Recordings kept being made and both Kim Portnoy and Paul DeMarinis included poetry in their latest recordings. Dixieland jazz continued to be heard at St. Louis Jazz Club meetings and occasionally at the Sheldon. Music on this show will be from The St.
Jazz Unlimited for Sunday, May 25 is in three parts. The first part is the “Keys and Strings Hour” with Miles Davis compositions played without horns. We will hear the Mulgrew Miller Trio, the Victor Feldman Trio, the Oscar Peterson trio, the Mary Lou Williams-Brian Torff duo, the Lynne Arriale Trio, the Red Garland Quartet, the Turtle Island String Quartet, the Ray Bryant Trio and the Ray Brown Trio. The second part of the show is an interview with St.