JaRon Eames Tribute Show To Air Broadcast with Clark Terry on December 18th


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The JaRon Eames Show will broadcast for the first time in-depth conversations with some of the Legendary names in this music genre we call jazz. A special birthday tribute to Mr.CLARK TERRY will air this December 18th, which is the actual date of birth. This legend will be 82 years old.

Mr. Terry is one of the nicest men I have ever met, he's so full of life, energy and wit. It was a real treat to sit and talk with him.

Following that interview, will be a sit down with the original vocaleese master Mr.JON HENDRICKS. (Lambert Hendricks and Ross.)

Recorded in the bluenote dressing room a few months ago. Another octagerian jazz great still swinging and so full of wit and life, it gives the rest of us hope. We spoke for 45 minutes, and IM so pleased at his generosity. The next in-depth conversation will be with one of my personal favorites in the business the hip and singing vocalist, Ms. ANITA ODAY. I had the pleasure to sit down with this legendary vocalist, and “liver of life" for a very long time and another octagerian who can be quite “salty"but whom I found to be a pure delight.

My show is not just about jazz/blues as many of you who have been watching over the years know. Therefore, Another personal favorite whom in my humble opinion is the funniest and most profound comic in the business, Mr.GEORGE CARLIN and I had a sit down in his hotel room recently and that conversation will be broadcasted hopefully in late January after the above mentioned music greats have aired.

February (black history month) will be my tribute (rebroadcast) to Mr. RANDY WESTON. The JaRon Eames show may not be on ABC, CBS, OR NBC. But that hasn't stopped me from doing what I love and continuing to bring the very best in music/Arts to you. The JaRon Eames Show can be seen every Wednesday night at 1 am channel 34 in Manhattan, every Sunday night on channel 68 in Brooklyn at 7:30 PM, and every Wednesday night at 10:30 PM in Washington, DC. Soon to be seen in Las Vegas, and New Orleans.


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