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A prolific guitarist whose distinctively funky, blues-steeped jazz style has graced well over a thousand recordings across the popular music spectrum, the legendary PHIL UPCHURCH has also recorded 27 albums of his own, as well as movie soundtracks. Jazz enthusiasts love and respect Upchurch for his singular approach to composition. He’s been a prominent figure in the blues, soul, R&B, and jazz circles for more than 50 years. Upchurch started his career working with the Kool Gents, the Dells, and the Spaniels before going on to work with Curtis Mayfield, Otis Rush and Jimmy Reed. Later he worked with Woody Herman, Stan Getz, Groove Holmes, B.B. King, Dizzy Gillespie. John Lee Hooker, Grover Washington Jr., Cannonball Adderley, George Benson, Carmen McRae, and Michael Jackson. Click here to learn more. (9/20/15 Bobbee Zeno Rewind)
JAI UTTAL has been rightly hailed as a world music pioneer. Singer, multi-instrumentalist, and producer, he was among the first to hear the universal heartbeat in the variegated rhythms of the globe. But his powerful, plangent voice and panoramic musical vision have also long been at the core of the yoga community’s tradition of call-and response devotional chanting known as kirtan. While his music is deeply rooted in Indian classical tradition—he studied long and hard under the Indian sarod master Ali Akbar Khan—it is also plentifully imbued with echoes of reggae, rock, folk, Brazilian music, Bollywood, and other sounds from across the musical universe. All of these diverse and colorful strands are woven together beautifully on Jai's new album, "Roots, Rock, Rama!" - now available for purchase. (3/5/17 Dr. Connie Corley)
VITAS INNOVATIVE HOSPICE CARE: Chaplain Gordon Van Enk and Renee Featherstone, Hospice Professionals at the Torrance, California, office, discuss the spiritual aspects of end of life care. (6/8/13, Bobbee Zeno)
Dr. Lucille Ridgill and Chaplain Gordon Van Enk discuss End of Life Care Education. (5/11/13, Bobbee Zeno)