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Andrew Hill Retrospective on Freedom Jazz Dance

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5 - 7 PM Sunday
WDCE 90.1 FM Richmond
Listen via streamcast at www.wdce.org
804-289-UR90 Studio
Uploaded shows and playlists at www.freedomjazzdance.net

The brilliant pianist and jazz giant Andrew Hill passed away last Friday, so it's only fitting that a large portion of this week's Freedom Jazz Dance show is devoted to the music of this groundbreaking artist. So tune into Freedom Jazz Dance this Sunday for modern jazz from bebop to freebop and beyond---on 90.1 FM WDCE www.wdce.org, live from the beautiful campus of the University of Richmond.

In addition to playing lots of Andrew Hill's work, I'll be featuring selections from flautist Walter Bell, cool West Coast sounds from Chet Baker and tough, in-the-pocket improv from tenor saxophonist Jerry Bergonzi.

Call in at 804-289-UR90 to give your trash-or-treasure vote during my notorious Records From Aunt Ruth segment and compare jazz compositions during the FJD exclusive Two Of A Kind segment.

The latest FJD show is uploaded for your listening pleasure!

Visit the Freedom Jazz Dance web site below. Playlists are posted following each show and you can even listen to the most recent FJD show in its entirety. Feel free to log on, talk jazz and post your new gig or release.

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Ken Hohman
Freedom Jazz Dance Host

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