Freedom Jazz Dance

Mondays, 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Keep your Monday evenings energized with music that embodies the spirit of freedom, the essence of jazz, and the joy of dance. Tune in for jazz tinged with world, funk, blues, R&B, fusion and even a little classical now and then.

Host Rick Mathews offers up the perfect Monday night blend from 8:00 to 10:00, including tunes from Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Bill Frisell, Medeski-Martin & Wood, Jimmy Smith, Wes Montgomery, Ahmad Jamal, Wayne Shorter, Lee Morgan, John Coltrane, Billy Holiday, Duke Ellington and many others.

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photo by Frank Stewart

Each Monday evening in October on the KCBX program Freedom Jazz Dance, listen in four parts to a new and groundbreaking musical work by Wynton Marsalis. The SLO Chapter of the NAACP presents "The Ever Fonky Lowdown," a funky, jazzy, satirical look at democratic freedom, abuse of power, racism and cultural corruption. Hear the work in four parts from 8:00-8:30 each Monday night, starting October 5. Listen at kcbx.org or on the air on KCBX FM.