Presented by John, Peter, Ross & Peter
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Tagged as: Jazz
The show includes jazz from early in the 20th century until the present. We’ll keep you up to date with the latest releases, but also play a range of pleasant, listenable jazz from all eras which features your favourite singers and musicians. We try to play as many local jazz musicians as we can! There’s something on this show for all jazz fans….and we may even convert non-believers into jazz enthusiasts!
Just Jazz has featured on The Pulse since 1988 and was instigated by eminent Geelong jazz aficionado, Dave Parsons. The program has been steered by many fine presenters over the years, including jazz lion Mace Francis.
To get in touch with The Pulse Just Jazz Team with questions, comments or requests, please use email: email@example.com
You can hear jazz three times a week: Mondays 10pm – midnight, Tuesdays 3am – 4am and Sundays 11am – 4pm with a bunch of experienced presenters who love what they do. Many of them are musicians you may have heard around Geelong: others are long-time jazz fans.
Thanks to all subscribers who support jazz on The Pulse. Business subscribers are Evologic Technologies of Newtown and The Geelong Jazz Club.
Just Jazz crew
PETER FOGARTY About: Peter is a confirmed music lover with interests in jazz, folk and classical music. He is a qualified arranger and sings in jazz and folk contexts. Peter knows many local musicians and is always keen to put their music to air. He has a deep knowledge of history, especially of cinema history […]
ROSS WILLIAMSON Earliest jazz memories: Enjoying radio jazz shows on the ABC presented by Arch McKirdy, Kym Bonython and Eric Child. Attending a concert in the Melbourne Town Hall featuring the Jacques Loussier Trio doing jazz interpretations of Bach. Favourite jazz performers: Pianist Keith Jarrett and the Modern Jazz Quartet.
PETER MILLEY About: A Geelong-born trumpeter and occasional vocalist, Peter is well-known as the experienced leader of the Cairo Club Orchestra. Peter has a deep interest in popular early twentieth century music and syncopation: he gains great pleasure from restoring old recordings and playing them on his programs. He is happy to share his knowledge […]
JOHN THOMPSON Earliest jazz memories: Hearing Hoagy Carmichael records on the radio when I was 5. Seeing Papa Celestin’s band in the film Cinerama Holiday and hearing Chris. Barber’s ‘Whistling Rufus’ on the B.B.C. that same year, 1955. Favourite jazz performers:Trombonist and singer Jack Teagarden and Furry Lewis the country bluesman.