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Renaissance Soul Podcast – The Tribe Hometown: Detroit Sessions 1990-2014 Episode (w/ Wendell Harrison – Co-Founder of Detroit’s Tribe Collective and Legendary Jazz Clarinet Player and Saxophonist)

For this episode of Renaissance Soul, we go back in time with legendary jazz clarinet player and saxophonist and co-founder of Detroit’s Tribe collective, Wendell Harrison. Back in the end of 2019, the London-based Strut Records released Hometown: Detroit Sessions 1990​-​2014, the first compilation bringing together the modern era recordings of Tribe, Detroit’s acclaimed independent jazz collective


Episode #238: Dave Chisholm – Artist/Writer of Graphic Novel ‘Chasin’ the Bird – Charlie Parker in California’

The guest for this episode is trumpet player, cartoonist, composer, and educator Dave Chisholm, whose latest work is Chasin’ the Bird: Charlie Parker in California — a 144-page graphic novel (via Z2 Comics) commissioned by the Parker estate in celebration of Bird’s Centennial showcasing a stretch of time the infamous jazz saxophonist Charlie Parker spent in California. During our conversation, we talked about how this idea took shape and what sort of research went into developing this graphic novel. We also talked about his music background and how he was able to combine that with comics, along with so much more


Episode #168: Connie Han – Los Angeles-Based Jazz Pianist, New Album “Crime Zone” Out Now on Mack Avenue Music Group, Performing at Detroit Jazz Fest 2019

The guest for this episode is Los Angeles-based jazz pianist Connie Han. Her latest album, Crime Zone, was released last fall on the Detroit-based Mack Avenue Music Group to rave reviews. Still in her early 20s, Han combines ideals from both traditional and modern jazz eras with a bold provocative edge to it.