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Jazzy and Bluesy News

Hello KZSC listeners, Here are some fun videos to get your week started off on a bluesy note... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyIquE0izAg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SR2gR6SZC2M Check back tomorrow for some jazz and blues charts. Keep it bluesy y'all.

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Fanfare Ciocarlia: Moe’s Alley July 20th

Fanfare Ciocarlia - whose name translates as "lark's song", are from the village of Zece Prajini in north eastern Romania. With humble beginnings as musicians performing  at local weddings, this group is full of vigor and daring. They are known…

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Debo Band Tues July 16th

Outstanding Ethiopian-Pop Debo Band makes an appearance in Santa Cruz tonight, Tuesday July 16, 2013 at Moe's Alley. This large 11-member group includes musicians and dancers from Addis and Boston, plus local fiddler Kaethe Hostetter formerly of Bonny Doon. They've…

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Taking a Dive

Sports fans, what does flopping mean to you? On May 31st, Slugtalk had an in-depth discussion about flopping and its place in semi-contact sports such as basketball and soccer where unnecessary contact is often penalized in the form of fouls.…

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World Rhythms Workshop June 22

The Summer Equinox approaches. What better way to bring in the season than to make some music? Matthew Montfort of the world music group Ancient Future and author of "Ancient Traditions: Rhythmic Training Through the Traditions of Africa, Bali and…

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Loud Rock Charts: 6/4

Break out the bongs. Psych/Stoner Metal band Thinning The Herd is leading this week's adds for Loud Rock with the album Freedom From The Known St. Marks. Fans of old Black Sabbath, Annihilation Time, and Purple Mercy  should be adequately…

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Ledward Kaapana June 4th

Attention "Led Heads"! Ledward Kaapana returns to the redwoods with Hawaiian slack key goodness and aloha spirit. Rounding out the sound will be Mike Kaawa on 12 string guitar and Fran Guidry on second slack key.  Ledward Kaapana rolls into Don…

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Loud Rock Charts: 5/28

How rad are three-day weekends? Instead of putting off work until Sunday, everyone gets an extra day to regret not doing a single productive thing. Now that you're well rested, you can check out this week's new music! Remember The…

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Ceremony June 7th

Ceremony is a hardcore punk band from Rohnert Park. They have been recording with Madator Records for a few years now and their latest release, "Zoo," came out last year. Ceremony is set to play the Catalyst in downtown Santa…

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Kaumakaiwa Kanaka’ole May 22nd

Kaumakaiwa Kanaka'ole is the eldest son of Kekuhi Kanahele and descends from a distinguished hula family. "Ka Uluwehi O Ke Kai" (a Wiki Wiki Wednesday favored song) was composed by his great grandmother, Edith Kanahele Kanaka'ole; his family's music traditions…

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Darol Anger and The Furies, Thurs May 16th

An all-star string extravaganza led by fiddle master Darol Anger will be performing at Don Quixote's in Felton, CA on Thursday, May 16, 2013 at 7:30pm. Darol has taken acoustic string music into territory which fuses elements of jazz, bluegrass,…

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Santa Cruz Bluegrass Fair, Sat May 4th

The annual Santa Cruz Bluegrass Fair will be held in San Lorenzo Park at the Duck Pond Stage in Santa Cruz on Saturday, May 4, 2013 from noon-5:00pm. A cavalcade of local bands will be featured: Homefire, The Earl White…

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Kevin Burke and John Carty, Sat April 27th

Two members of the traditional Irish music group Patrick Street, Kevin Burke and John Carty, will be performing as a duo on Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 7:30pm at the Resource Center for Nonviolence, in Santa Cruz, CA. Both are outstanding…

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