The late Mat Domber was known as a jazz fan first and businessman second. As founder of Arbors Records Domber was known for his ability to spot talented, yet unknown jazz musicians and help them advance their careers. This tribute video was shown at a memorial service in his honor and voiced by Don Wolff, host of HEC-TV’s I Love Jazz!
Performances from UMSL Jazz students. An interview with Jim Widner. The Phil Dunlap Quintet records a CD. And a Jazz Gem featuring the late LeRoy Harris
We visit the Gaslight Square era with a musical tribute. Catch a Jazz Gem with Joe Wilder. Experience the opening of the Center for Jazz with Wynton Marsalis.
An Emmy winning look at the life and work of native St. Louisian, Al Hirschfeld- through a special exhibition at the Sheldon Art Gallery that explores the artist's lifelong fascination with jazz and the musical...
Swing with Miss Jubilee and the Humdingers at the historic Casa Loma Ballroom. And hear music from Duke Ellington & his Orchestra and trumpeter Sean Jones.
Hear MAXJAZZ Record All-stars - Carla Cook, Terell Stafford, Tim Warfield ,Bruce Barth - as they perform in a tribute for the label's founder, Rich McDonnell.
A memorial tribute to the late Mat Domber, jazz fan and founder of Arbors Records.
his "I Love Jazz" features jazz trumpeter Jeremy Davenport, a Jazz Gem with Clark Terry, a look back at the St. Louis Ragtimers, and Building Blocks of Jazz.
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|DATE||Wednesday March 30th 2013|