All That Jazz

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Sunday 11:00 am 1:00 pm

Geelong FM radio station “94.7 The Pulse” broadcasts “All that Jazz” every second Sunday afternoon 11am-1pm AEST.

Ian Coots and Ken Hirst (Lifestyle Geelong) produce the show live to air to local listeners and stream live to the world via https://www.947thepulse.com

The programs are recorded, re-edited with the name “Hot, Sweet & Jazzy” and re-broadcast on the National Community Radio Network Australia by various stations at different times around the country. A further edit is broadcast on Melbourne FM station “Golden Days Radio” as a 1/2hr program on Mondays at noon AEST, so you can see each program gets multiple exposure nationally and internationally at various times.

“All that Jazz” is the only program that aims to play music from ALL GENRES OF JAZZ. Ian and Ken have conducted many interviews with not only local Australian artists, but also International artists including Kenny Ball, Acker Bilk, Vince Giordano, Duke Robillard, Brian Lee and Scotty Morris from Big Bad Voodoo Daddy.

Requests welcome via email at: allthatjazzonradio@gmail.com

Follow us on: “All That Jazz” Facebook page
https://www.facebook.com/allthatjazzonradio/

“Keep listening ‘cause you never know what you might hear”

Geelong FM radio station “94.7 The Pulse” broadcasts “All that Jazz” every second Sunday afternoon 11am-1pm AEST.

Ian Coots and Ken Hirst (Lifestyle Geelong) produce the show live to air to local listeners and stream live to the world via https://www.947thepulse.com

The programs are recorded, re-edited with the name “Hot, Sweet & Jazzy” and re-broadcast on the National Community Radio Network Australia by various stations at different times around the country. A further edit is broadcast on Melbourne FM station “Golden Days Radio” as a 1/2hr program on Mondays at noon AEST, so you can see each program gets multiple exposure nationally and internationally at various times.

“All that Jazz” is the only program that aims to play music from ALL GENRES OF JAZZ. Ian and Ken have conducted many interviews with not only local Australian artists, but also International artists including Kenny Ball, Acker Bilk, Vince Giordano, Duke Robillard, Brian Lee and Scotty Morris from Big Bad Voodoo Daddy.

Requests welcome via email at: allthatjazzonradio@gmail.com

Follow us on: “All That Jazz” Facebook page
https://www.facebook.com/allthatjazzonradio/

“Keep listening ‘cause you never know what you might hear”


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All That Jazz crew

Jazz memories: Hearing 'Midnight in Moscow' by Kenny Ball in the early 1960’s…that's what started it all for me! A bit over ten years later, having taken up drums, I had the chance to sit in with Acker Bilk's Paramount Jazz Band at the 100 club in London. The twenty plus years I spent playing with Owen Yateman were so much fun. I was also privileged to be able to work with some of the pioneers and greats of Australian Jazz including Roger Bell, Ade Monsbourgh, The Red Onions, Frank Traynor, Neville Stribling, Lachie Thomson and many others   Favourite jazz performers: My musical tastes begin with early pre jazz ragtime and jug bands through to the late 1920’s. I am not a big fan of the 30’s swing and the later be-bop eras, but I do love the current smooth jazz genre in all its variations.

Jazz memories: My first memory of jazz was listening to my brother rehearse with the South Coast Stompers, one of the very early Geelong jazz Bands when I was 11 years of age. He took me to a gig at the Anglesea Surf Life Club and it was the first time I’d seen a band play live. My first record was the theme from Peter Gunn by Henri Mancini. My brother in law played with The Owen Yateman Jazz band and that was another early jazz influence.     Favourite jazz performers: Benny Goodman and most bands of the swing era and the later American Neo Swing bands like Big Bad Voodoo Daddy and Royal Crown Review.


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