For more than 60 years, saxophonist Charles McPherson has been one of the most expressive and highly regarded voices in jazz. His rich musical style, rooted in the blues and bebop, has influenced and inspired generations of musicians and listeners.
Tune in to The Graduates this Tuesday @ 9AM for an interview with Lucy Li from Berkeley's School of Information and Katie Keith, who just graduated with a PhD from the University of Massachusetts Amhert's Computer Science program. Lucy and Katie host a podcast called Diaries of Social Data Research, so tune in for a chance to hear them tell you more about their show.
Four-time Grammy Award winner Angélique Kidjo is an omnivorous artist with a gift for assimilating a wide range of music into a sound that is completely her own, always infused with her powerfully positive message.
Greetings fellow 'Weenies and 'Weenettes,
Host Cia Cia La Pirata has invited Grooblen to be the showcased artist this week on the program. Master-minded by art-and-music dynamo Ellie Stokes, this San Francisco band lives for a good time. They thrive on playing to fun-loving audiences who are ready to revel in the surreal, the pensive, and sometimes even silly musical themes that comprise this band’s world. H
Tune in to The Graduates this Tuesday @ 9AM for a special episode from the field. This past August, I went with the Department of Integrative Biology's Williams Lab (my lab away from lab) on their annual trip to Sedgwick Reserve, a research facility in the UC Natural Reserve System. We collected variable field crickets and made observations about their habitat and behavior.