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Vocalist Angie Wells has a sultry, powerful voice that reflects her love for jazz and blues greats Sarah Vaughan, Carmen McRae, Joe Williams and Muddy Waters. After years as the Makeup Department Head for both Blackish and the recently released Mudbound, she’s adding touring as a jazz singer to her already overly full schedule.
Screenwriter/author Michael Mahin discusses Muddy, his children’s book about bluesman Muddy Waters and his first screenwriting project, a horror movie, presently in production. Judy and Michael talk about why going from writing a children’s book to writing a horror movie is not a strange creative leap!
Chicago based saxophonist/writer discusses his new book, 50 Years At The Village Vanguard: Thad Jones, Mel Lewis and The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, the first illustrated history of the most influential big band in modern jazz.
Los Angeles based guitar virtuoso, Larry Koonse has received multiple Grammy nominations for his work with the Billy Child’s sextet and his recordings with Luciana Sousa. He’s been a featured soloist with the L.A. Philharmonic and other major orchestras, played with everyone from Cleo Lane to Mel Torme and is a regular in Seth MacFarlane’s bands, big and small.
After spending years as a film executive at Paramont and other studios—in production and acquisition--Susan Glatzer has taken on directing with her uplifting documentary on the swing dance craze, Alive and Kicking. Susan has been an avid swing dancer herself for years and has seen the popularity of this joyful art form grow and expand throughout the world.