LeRoy Downs on “The Jazz Journey” on 88.9 FM KXLU.com

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LeRoy Downs hosted Eddie Becton’s “The Jazz Journey”.

 Sunday January 19, 2014

88.9 FM KXLU.com

Click Image above to listen

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“Always great to work the magic of the Music”

Delving into the deep beautiful waters of the unexpected pleasures of Non-Standard, Non-Traditional, outside the lines, thought provoking, synergies of Sounds and Colors. The musical pallet is vast and since I am blessed with one hour and no rules, we can veer off the flight path and discover new territories together.

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Oh, Eddie B was there but, he was  generous enough to offer me the pilot’s seat while he relaxes with a rich glass of Red! He got in a couple in the beginning and then he let me at the controls!

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One hour will be quick so don’t slip!!!!!!

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Photography by Myles Regan

About The Jazzcat

LeRoy Downs is a person deeply entrenched in the music and driven by passion! Currently he is a jazz broadcaster in Los Angeles on KJazz 88.1 FM. He has also broadcasted on KPFK 90.7 FM, KXLU 88.9 FM, 1410 AM KRML in Carmel and KRML 94.7 FM in the Monterey area. He has been the host of the Monterey Jazz Festival for over a decade as well as The Jazz Cruise, The Playboy Jazz Cruise, KPFK’s Hero Awards Tribute to Billy Higgins, The Angel City Jazz Festival, Terranea Resorts Jazz Through the Generations, The Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz West Coast competitions, Curator for Jazz for the Holidays series with Arts Brooksfield, Jazz Curator of the Steven James Buchanan Jazz Collection at the Mayme Clayton Jazz Library and Museum, producer of the made for television pilot “Hangin’ with the Jazzcats” and owner and journalist for the website TheJazzcat.net.
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2 Responses to LeRoy Downs on “The Jazz Journey” on 88.9 FM KXLU.com

  1. Happy New Year and Congratulations!
    Will try and tune in!
    BLessings!

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