New moves at JazzFM: Tony Minvielle and Robbie Vincent
❚ GREAT NEWS FOR FANS of deejay legend Robbie Vincent who helped establish a UK audience for soul and jazz in the 1980s. After recent guest appearances on the nationwide music station JazzFM, he has been given a weekly show from Easter Sunday 4 April. Robbie was “pleased to confirm” the news via Twitter at 8:10am today.
➢ Planet Radio also announced:
“ Jazz FM is to introduce a new look to Sundays that sees an exciting new daytime slot for broadcaster Tony Minvielle and the return of Robbie Vincent to a regular show.
Having previously hosted the late-night Sunday show Foldedspace on the station, Tony Minvielle will take on 10am until 1pm with a relaxed soulful selection of UK and west coast US jazz and soul. Expect conversations with some of today’s hottest acts.
Radio legend Robbie Vincent will make a return to weekly broadcasting on Jazz FM following a series of specials in May last year. He’ll present a two-hour Sunday afternoon show 1-3pm which promises to be full of ‘soulful jazzy vibes’.
Robbie Vincent says: ‘After my trial runs last year on Jazz FM, I’m really pleased to be back at home and more specifically back in the music garden on a Sunday. The new show will have some smashing mature tunes and super fresh rhythms…” / Continued at planetradio.co.uk
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Rodgers, Ferry and Kiwanuka: Stars announced for the 2013 Love Supreme Festival
❚ BRYAN FERRY IS TO BE the Saturday headliner of the first Love Supreme Jazz Festival taking place July 5–7 2013. Four stages present a mix of jazz, soul and blues against the picturesque backdrop of Glynde Place, the Elizabethan manor house in East Sussex, 11 miles from Brighton.
Ferry said: “I am looking forward to incorporating material from my latest album The Jazz Age in the set at the Love Supreme Festival. This will be the first time the Bryan Ferry Orchestra will have played live in the UK and we will be adding vocals to several of the jazz arrangements as well as being joined by members of my regular band.”
Headlining on the Sunday will be Jools Holland & his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra who has announced that Roland Gift, the Fine Young Cannibals front-man, will be his special guest vocalist alongside Ruby Turner and Louise Marshall.
Also appearing: disco megastars Chic ft Nile Rodgers, Courtney Pine, Michael Kiwanuka, Branford Marsalis Quartet, Gregory Porter, White Mink, Portico Quartet, Roller Trio, GoGo Penguin, Robert Glasper Experiment, Andreya Triana and Naturally 7.
Courtney Pine CBE said: “Playing concerts in front of a live outdoor audience is a huge thrill for the improvising musician. The concerts feature a fantastic cast of world-class jazz musicians which I am proud and very humbled to be joining. This Love Supreme Jazz Festival will be banging!”
➢ Love Supreme Festival 2013 in association with JazzFM: Upgrades available to luxury tents, pods and wagons