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Due to The Pandemic there are no live performances to report but there are some great musicians are keeping the music going with some great and heartfelt virtual performances. Here are today’s recommendations.
Some Virtual Concert Recommendations For Today!
5:00 PM SFJAZZ Fridays At Five presents one of the great singers over the past two decades Grammy award winner Gregory Porter from a performance originally recorded on August 4, 2019. You can check out this concert at SFJAZZ Fridays At Five Live
Following Keith is three hours of funk, traditional jazz, blues, zydeco r&b and soul with the New Orleans Music Show With Black Mold Or Bill DeTurk .
Following Bill or Black Mold at noon is one of the best blues programs on the air this side of the Milky Way with The Blues Breakdown With Valerie “The Problem Child” Kacprzak.
Following Valerie at 2:00 PM is three hours of great jazz music with Jazz From The French Market With Charles Burchell These three programs really put me in a great mood for the weekend
Following Vin at 5:00 PM is 3 hours of blues, rock funk and soul on Music Of Mass Distraction With Black Mold
Following Black Mold at 8:00 PM is two hours of great R&B with a little funk and mixed in with The Rhythm Room With Allan “Alski” Laskey
Following Allan at 10:00 PM is a great three hours of blues, r&b/soul and rock n’ roll with The Midnight Cap With Jennifer Brady
Video Pick Of The Week
Jimi Hendrix was one of the most gifted instrumentalist of all time, a self-taught electric guitarist whose fluid, immersive style was perfectly suited to embrace—and then revolutionize—the late ’60s psychedelic rock movement. Jimi was a pioneer and musical visionary fusing American traditions of blues, jazz, rock, and soul with techniques of British avant-garde rock to redefine the electric guitar in his own image. In celebration of his 78th birthday on Friday I would like to recommend the 1973 documentary Jimi Hendrix. Made shortly after his death, this documentary explores the brief life and remarkable legacy of guitarist Jimi Hendrix. The film features interviews with family and contemporaries, such as Pete Townshend, Mick Jagger, Eric Clapton and Buddy Miles as well as scorching live performances from Woodstock and Isle of Wight, the film paints an indelible portrait of a rock ‘n’ roll legend.