Jazz: All Night, Every Night

WUSF, 89.7 has a decades-long tradition of bringing you the best in jazz all night, every night. Our knowledgeable and personable hosts -- Mike Cornette, Whitney James, and Richard Jimenez -- present the jazz classics along with the best new releases every hour, all night long. We hope you’ll check out our playlist here on the WUSF website, and appreciate your joining us as often as you can for America’s music – jazz – in the late night and early morning hours.

This week on Jazz: All Night, Every Night

Miles Ahead
In celebration of the release of the Miles Davis biopic “Miles Ahead,” WUSF 89.7 will be airing a new one hour radio special on Thursday, April 21st at 9pm. The special includes interviews with the film's director and star, Don Cheadle, film composer and pianist Robert Glasper, plus Miles’ son, Erin Davis, and nephew, Vince Wilburn, Jr. The special also includes several of Miles Davis’ classics,...
April 21, 2016

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Musical Notes from Jazz: All Night, Every Night

Miles Davis
For the month of May we’ll be commemorating the 90th anniversary of birth of Miles Davis with Miles-a-Palooza. Miles Dewey Davis was born in Alton, Illinois May 26, 1926. He was ra...
Ron Blake
Saturday Night Live band member Ron Blake discusses his career with Mike Cornette, joined by Sam Walton from the Walton Academy for the Performing Arts. Listen now.
Ella Fitzgerald
Our featured artist for the week on All Night Jazz is Ella Fitzgerald (born April 25, 1917 – she passed away in 1996). Ella made her debut in 1934 on the famous Amateur Night at th...

This Week on Jazz: All Night, Every Night

Tonight on All Night Jazz, Mike Cornette will continue our weeklong tribute to Herbie Hancock on his 76th birthday and on our Jazz Trip@Ten we’ll “hit the road” with classics from...
Fifty years ago this week, a new big band, led by Thad Jones and Mel Lewis, began playing Mondays at New York’s Village Vanguard. The New York Times gave it a mention, saying the e...
Arturo Sandoval
It’s been fifteen years since Cuban born trumpeter Arturo Sandoval defected to the United States. Since then he’s won ten Grammy Awards, six Billboard Awards and an Emmy. Tonight o...

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