Get your foot tappin with some great swing for the holidays
Meet Bing's little brother Bob. He could swing the ragtime band!
Take a little journey down 52nd Street in New York City during the late 30's and early 40's.
Learn a little about how the jazz born in Kansas City influenced the evolution of jazz.
Learn a bit about the life and hear the early music of the great Art Tatum.
Delve back into the early days of jazz in the Big Apple.
Learn about the man and the music of the great Fats Waller.
Listen to one of the best Jazz clarinetists of the 1920s and learn about a little about his life.
Learn all about one of the first jazz electric guitar players.
Learn a little about the great Texas trombonist and vocalist, Jack Teagarden. Listen to a few of his best tracks.
Lionel Hampton was a featured soloist with Benny Goodman, when he organized the famous Victor recording sessions with many of the greatest players of the day.
Listen to and learn about the roots of Boogie Woogie Jazz
Have a brief look at the life and the early music of Woody Herman.
In celebration of Ella's 100th birthday this is a re-post of an earlier episode.
Learn about the life and early music of Ella Fitzgerald.
Learn about the life and listen to the early music of Coleman Hawkins.
Learn about the roots of jazz. King Oliver was the first to use various mutes. He taught Louis Armstrong!
Listen to the roots of Jazz Vocals featuring Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, and The Ink Spots!
Hear the early work of Lester Young and learn about the man.