Join me Sunday on WCLK's Jazz Tones from 3pm-7pm. My special guest will be Etienne Charles--Assistant Professor of Jazz Studies at Michigan State University, recording artist, and arranger. Etienne is a young Trinidadian who is an amazing trumpet, steel drum, and cuatro player. He graduated from Jazz programs at Florida State University and Juillard. Carnival The Sound of A People Vol 1 is his new release on Culture Shock Music.
WCLK's The Local Take With Kiplyn Primus
Saturday morning at 8am on WCLK's The Local Take I will talk with Dr. Fahamu Pecou about his exhibition at the Michael C. Carlos Museum taking place now through April 28th. Dr. Pecou explains his background and how he went from a student who was focused on being an animator to becoming a renowned fine artist. He speaks about the differences in being a fine artist as opposed to a graphic artist. I ask him to share his advice for young people who desire to follow their art, but who receive push...
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