July 2 Canada Day Special: An all-Canadian program including Altered Laws, Michael Blake, James Danderfer, Jim Galloway,
Amos Garrett, Chris Gestrin, Jenna Glatt, Hutchinson/Andrew Trio,
J W Jones, Oliver Jones, Robert McFadden, Lisa Miller,
Damian Nisenson, Barry Romberg, Sinistrio and Sisters Euclid.
July 9 Listen Before You Buy: Recent jazz and blues releases by Myriam Alter, Ryan Blotnick, Bobby Broom, Jimmy Bruno,
John Cooper, Luther Hughes, Jon Irabagon, Stanley Jordan,
Michael Pedecin, Poolplayers, Duke Robillard, Dave Specter and
July 16 Legendary Broadcasts: Historical broadcasts by Mildred Bailey, Count Basie,Benny Carter, Duke Ellington and Ella Fitzgerald.
July 23 The Human Voice: The voices of Sylvia Bennett,
Lainie Cooke, Joe Coughlin, Melody Diachun, Shirley Eikhard,
Taeko Fukao, Francesca Keller, Susan Krebs, Nguyen Le,
Ndidi Onukwulu, Perez, Catherine Russell and Huong Thanh.
July 30 Canadian Collectors’ Congress: Ron Sweetman shares some of the alleged treasures that he bought at the Canadian Collectors’ Congress in Toronto. These include recordings by Don Byas, Lee Collins, Fred Elizalde, Lud Gluskin, Captain John Handy, Ma Rainey,
Joe Robichaux, Clark Terry & Claude Thornhill.
August 6 Listen Before You Buy: Recent jazz and blues releases by Jason Ajemian, Box, David Braide, Matt Brubeck, Peter Calandra,
Tim Hus, Pamela Luss, Chris McGregor, Szilard Mezei, Mississippi Heat, Michael John Stevens and Reto Suhner.
August 13 Oscar Peterson: A celebration of the life and music of the late great Canadian jazz icon, pianist Oscar Peterson, born August 15, 1925.
August 20 Guelph Jazz Festival: A preview of the artists appearing at the Guelph Jazz Festival between September 3 and September 7. Announced so far are: Satoko Fujii, the ICP Orchestra, Tortoise, and John Zorn.
August 27 Pianorama: The distinctive piano styles of Steve Cohn,
Jay D’Amico, Duke Ellington, David Leonhardt, Denman Maroney, Adreas Meili and Wally Rose.
“In A Mellow Tone” is on CKCU every Wednesday from 9:00 to 11:00pm at 93.1FM in Ottawa, and around the world on the Internet at: http://www.ckcufm.com/audio.html
For playlists for each program, check: http://www.inamellowtone.com