Ani DiFranco – 32 Flavors (Live)

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    Jazz Fest Podcast

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    Jazz Fest Film Rollout


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    Jazz Fest Radio Special

    There are many jazz festivals in the world, but there is only one “jazz fest” - the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. This podcast presents the music, culture, resilience, history and rhythm of the festival that inspired the new film Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story. Oscar-nominee Frank Marshall, jazz fest producer Quint Davis, and festival performers tell the stories behind the story. You’ll also hear legendary live performances from the festival’s first 50 years.

    Radio Special Details

    • Artist: Jazz Fest
    • Title: Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story Radio Special
    • Producer: True Tone Media Group
    • Host: Samantha Fish
    • Premiere Date: 5/13/2022
    • Broadcast Window: Spring/Summer 2022
    • Interviews: Jazz Fest film director Frank Marshall, Jazz Fest producer Quint Davis, festival performers Dwayne Dopsie, Big Freedia, Pitbull, members of Preservation Hall Jazz Band and Boyfriend
    • Music: Legendary recordings from Jazz Fest's first 50 years, pulled from the Smithsonian Folkways box set, "Jazz Fest" available everywhere now. Artists include Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Irma Thomas, Professor Longhair, Buckwheat Zydeco, Allen Toussaint and more. Program also features clips of Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Tank and the Bangas, and Big Freedia from the Jazz Fest film, unavailable anywhere else.
    • Media: One hour radio special and podcasts
    • Signup: Click "Airdates Submission Form" below to request this program for your station, including any specific or approximate airdates.
    • Distribution: Click Dropbox Icon or "Drobox Browser" section below to download WAV files now of the 59:00 show. Download links for PRX, Airplay Direct, and Dropbox for all versions (59:00, 54:00, Unhosted) will be live by Monday May 9, 2022.
    • Broadcast Terms: Free program available to air as-is in any terrestrial or digital linear broadcast. No spots, no barter, no costs, no problem.
    • Podcast: Content will be edited as a four part podcast series on all podcast platforms, to share on any websites, blogs or social media. Music excerpts approved by the copyright holders will be included in place of the full album tracks heard in the radio special.
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      Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story

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      Two 1:00 music beds (**) are included for use as needed: as-is, live-read music beds, or to be replaced by your own pre-produced content.

      59:00 Version

      3 segments, 2 breaks, up to 3:00 of local spots, primarily for non-commercial radio broadcasts.

      1. Segment 1 (18:00)
        • In: interview excerpt
        • Out: “I’m Samantha Fish and you’re listening to Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story.”
        • Song: Blackbird Special - Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Back Home in Indiana - George Wein and the Newport All Stars, Smoke My Peace Pipe - Wild Magnolias, Can't Nobody Do Me Like Jesus - Raymond Miles, Old Rugged Cross - Irma Thomas
      2. Break 1 (1:00) **
        • Song:
      3. Segment 2 (20:00)
        • In: “Welcome back to Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story, I’m Samantha Fish”
        • Out: “I’m Samantha Fish and you’re listening to Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story.”
        • Songs: That's It - Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Big Chief - Professor Longhair, One Night Only (The March) - Trombone Shorty, NO Bounce - Big Freedia, Spaceships - Tank and the Bangas, Lean - Boyfriend, Fire on the Bayou - Funky Meters, Indian Red - Golden Eagles, Disco en Fais Do-Do - Bruce Daigrepont
      4. Break 2 (1:00) **
        • Song:
      5. Segment 3 (19:00)
        • In: “Welcome back to Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story, I’m Samantha Fish.”
        • Out: “I’m Samantha Fish, and thanks for listening.”
        • Songs: Hard to Stop - Buckwheat Zydeco, What Is Success - Alan Toussaint with Bonnie Raitt, My Bucket's Got a Hole In It - Preservation Hall Jazz Band, La Malagra - Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Royal Garden Blues - Kermit Ruffins Big Band, Yes We Can Can - Alan Toussaint

      54:00 / 52:00 Version

      4 segments, 3 breaks, up to 8:00 for local spots / promos / news. Top of the hour news can easily be inserted in the “news-hole” between the Billboard / Intro and Segment 1.

      1. Billboard / Intro (1:00)
        • In: interview excerpt
        • Out: “I’m Samantha Fish and you’re listening to Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story.”
        • Song: Blackbird Special - Dirty Dozen Brass Band
      2. Segment 1 (17:00)
        • In: “Welcome back to Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story, I’m Samantha Fish”
        • Out: “I’m Samantha Fish and you’re listening to Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story.”
        • Song: Blackbird Special - Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Back Home in Indiana - George Wein and the Newport All Stars, Smoke My Peace Pipe - Wild Magnolias, Can't Nobody Do Me Like Jesus - Raymond Miles, Old Rugged Cross - Irma Thomas
      3. Break 1 (1:00) **
        • Song:
      4. Segment 2 (17:00)
        • In: “Welcome back to Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story, I’m Samantha Fish”
        • Out: “I’m Samantha Fish and you’re listening to Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story.”
        • Songs: That's It - Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Big Chief - Professor Longhair, One Night Only (The March) - Trombone Shorty, NO Bounce - Big Freedia, Spaceships - Tank and the Bangas, Lean - Boyfriend, Fire on the Bayou - Funky Meters, Indian Red - Golden Eagles, Disco en Fais Do-Do - Bruce Daigrepont
      5. Break 2 (1:00) **
        • Song:
      6. Segment 3 (17:00)
        • In: “Welcome back to Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story, I’m Samantha Fish.”
        • Out: “I’m Samantha Fish, and thanks for listening.”
        • Songs: Hard to Stop - Buckwheat Zydeco, What Is Success - Alan Toussaint with Bonnie Raitt, My Bucket's Got a Hole In It - Preservation Hall Jazz Band, La Malagra - Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Royal Garden Blues - Kermit Ruffins Big Band, Yes We Can Can - Alan Toussaint

      Natalie D-Napoleon – Album Info

      Natalie D-Napoleon

      You Wanted To Be The Shore But Instead You Were The Sea

      An Album of Strength, Insight, and Beauty – A Record of Its Time That Is Timeless To Be Released April 22nd on First Blood Recordings. Exclusive Radio Sampler Impacts April 4th

      “[D-Napoleon’s] new album is both revealing and revelatory, a catharsis of sorts that frees her from the despair & disappointment that had been bottled up inside her… the music she makes becomes liberating in a very real way” – Goldmine

      “You Wanted to Be the Shore but Instead You Were the Sea’ is audacious, assured, disarming, and even vulnerable” – Pop Matters

      “…This album showcases an artist who set herself a task and then went and exceeded all of her own expectations” – Around the Sound

      Having spent 25 years playing music and a decade living & performing in California, Natalie D-Napoleon decided to return to her native Western Australia. She had just been awarded her country’s prestigious Bruce Dawe National Poetry Prize and was subsequently offered a scholarship to undertake a PhD in Poetry.  But before she said goodbye to her American band, she decided to record her latest collection of songs.

      The result is the 12-song album – You Wanted To Be The Shore But Instead You Were The Sea – captured live in a century old wooden chapel nestled in the hills behind Santa Barbara with a single microphone.  The aim of this recording session was to capture the beauty and spontaneity of each song’s performance when it was fresh and new, and the sonic beauty and joy of her rustically orchestrated four-piece band playing music together.

      Speaking of the session, D-Napoleon says, “I went into the room with Dan Phillips, Jim Connolly, and Doug Pettibone, some faith and trust in each other and, damn, the music gods delivered.”

      You Wanted To Be The Shore But Instead You Were The Sea is Natalie D-Napoleon’s surrender to music – a place where it’s okay to be vulnerable and courageous, fierce, and kind, and to stand your ground yet still be forgiving all at the same time.


      Natalie D-Napoleon Radio Tracks

      Click play to check out new Natalie D-Napoleon radio tracks from You Wanted to Be the Shore But Instead You Were the Sea (First Blood Recordings), released April 22, 2022. List icon on right opens the song list, down arrows download the tracks.

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        Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story

        Directed By: Frank Marshall and Ryan Suffern

        Featuring: Bruce Springsteen, Jimmy Buffett, Katy Perry, Earth, Wind & Fire, and many others.

        Film opens May 13 in NY and LA, followed by more markets to be announced soon. Stay tuned for details on radio content to help you promote this exciting new film.

        The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival presented by Shell, aka “Jazz Fest,” is the signature annual music and cultural event of the city and has been called America’s greatest festival. Celebrating the music, food, and arts and crafts of all of Louisiana since 1970, Jazz Fest is an essential showcase of the rich heritage of the region, and hundreds of thousands attend the event each year. Local music heroes are joined on 14 stages by some of the most important figures in entertainment, highlighting the connections between Louisiana culture and the world.

        JAZZ FEST: A NEW ORLEANS STORY weaves together live performances and interviews from the 50th anniversary of the iconic festival, featuring some of the biggest names in the music industry, along with a wealth of archival documentary footage from the past half century. This film not only captures the Festival in all of its beauty and glory, but also delves deep into the rich culture of The Big Easy.