Purchase Tickets to SaintSeneca – performing at the Clazel as part of the Live Wire Concert Series.
For a second week, Esperanza Spalding leads our jazz chart. At No. 2 is Kathy Kosins, who is well known to southeast Michigan audiences especially.
See it all inside.
(Hear them all on WBGU-FM.)
Thanks for listening.
Jazz Top 10
Esperanza Spalding (Radio Music Society)
Kathy Kosins (To the Ladies of Cool)
Akiko Tsuruga (Sakura)
Josh Rzepka (Into the Night)
Hiroe Sekine (After the Rainfall)
Vijay Iyer Trio (Accelerando)
Marianne Solivan (Prisoner of Love)
Jeremy Pelt (Soul)
Mike Wofford/Holly Hofmann (Turn Signal)
Dave Douglas (Orange Afternoons)
…the next 10
Hristo Vitchev/Weber Iago (Heartmony)
Tomas Ramirez (Tres)
Mel Carter (The Other Standards)
Robert Glasper (Black Radio)
Chano Dominguez (Flamenco Sketches)
Jeff Hamilton Trio (Sparkle)
Steve Turre (Woody’s Delight)
Susan Krebs Band (Everything Must Change)
Gregory Porter (Be Good)
Catherine Russell (Strictly Romancin)