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KVC-Arts 3/12/23 - Jazz Singer Cheryl Hodge, Indigo pt 2 & One Day When I Wasn't Looking

David Fleming speaks with Cheryl Hodge. In January we heard about and from her latest jazz release, "Love Is." Quite recently we began an exploration of "Indigo," a cd exploring grooves, with inspiration in parts coming from not only Miles Davis, but also Mike Stern. We'll continue with "Indigo," and beyond several cool tunes, we'll also hear of a vocal group Cheryl was in at Berklee College of Music. It's just a quick mention, but had me wondering for a split second if it could make it to the air. Please listen.

After wrapping "Indigo" we'll touch briefly on "One Day When I wasn't Looking." Lots we COULD talk about there, but the focus was on a few WONDERFUL covers; It Ain't Necessarily So, Naima, and Babylon Sisters.

Yes. The Steely Dan tune. Connectied to this, we'll hear about a few things which might make Bellingham, Washington your next vacation spot. If you like jazz AND Steely Dan, that is.

David Fleming is from Murray, Kentucky. Between college, David worked for the Public Affairs Division of the USS Ranger’s radio and television station. He has served with NPR member stations for over 30 years and also works as a visual artist specializing in temporary Sharpie tattoos. Hear David Fleming weekdays on All Things Considered.
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  • David Fleming speaks with jazz singer and pianist Cheryl Hodge about her release, Indigo. Inspired in part by Miles Davis, and an exploration of different types of grooves.
  • David Fleming speaks with Cheryl Hodge, a jazz vocalist and pianist whose works float between mainstream, straight ahead jazz, and jazz fusion. Her newest release, out in the Fall of 2022 is called LOVE is, and was at one point under consideration for this year’s Grammy’s. We’ll also hear from Brian Cunningham, engineer – AND providing the guitars on Love Is.www.cherylhodge.com