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Rappin' with Rex Richardson on Freedom Jazz Dance

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Tune in to Freedom Jazz Dance--modern jazz from bebop to freebop and beyond--this Sunday on 90.1 FM WDCE from 5-7 PM, live from the beautiful campus of the University of Richmond.

This week I'm delighted to have world class trumpeter Rex Richardson as my guest in the studio as he provides insights into his musical muse, his recent performances in Greece, his work with the Virginia Commonwealth University jazz program and his latest release Live at the Bar Guru. Learn more about Rex at rextrumpet.com.

I'll also be spinning some new music from guitarist Howard Alden and reedman Ken Peplowski, some long lost McCoy Tyner and the twin horns of Gene Ammons & Sonny Stitt on the turntable.

Visit the Freedom Jazz Dance web site today. The most recent FJD show is uploaded in its entirety with the latest Records From Aunt Ruth entry. Just double click on the radio blog file. I'd love to hear your take on new releases, cool gigs and your favorite players. Google gmail account not required for listening, but required for blogging.

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