Straight No Chaser

Sundays at 9pm

Straight No Chaser features mostly instrumental jazz, from early music to recent recordings.

Also listen for the record labels, names of all the musicians involved, and when the recording was made.

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Sunday, July 27

Tonight, Straight No Chaser wraps up the July salute of Prestige Records on their 65th Anniversary. Listen for music by Gene Ammons, who spent the majority of his career with Prestige. Hear a very early Miles Davis recording, along with Wichita native Greg Skaff, Kansas City favorite Everette DeVan, and Eric Alexander.

Sunday, July 20

The Prestige Records tribute continues tonight on Straight No Chaser in celebration of the jazz record label's 65th Anniversary.

We will hear selections from John Haley "Zoot" Sims, an American jazz sazophonist, along with other jazz greats including Ahmad Jamal, Greg Skaff and Grant Green.

Sunday, July 13

Tonight on Straight No Chaser, we continue to pay our respects to Prestige Records. Night Train also joins us in recognizing the jazz record label's 65th Anniversary.

We will also hear from a number of Tenor-B3 combos, along with music from Miles Davis and new stuff from many contemporary artists. 

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Sunday, July 6:

Tune in tonight for the beginning of a month long salute to Prestige Records, in celebration of their 65th anniversary. The American jazz record label was first founded in 1949 in New York City. 

We will also hear from organist and Kansas City jazz scene mainstay Everette DeVan, along with American jazz musician Phil Woods.

Sunday, June 29:

Straight No Chaser continues to join Night Train in featuring Blue Note Records, the American jazz record label, for the month of June in celebration of their 75th Anniversary.

Tune in for a special tribute show tonight in honor of Blue Note recording artist and legendary jazz musician Horace Silver. Horace Silver, an American jazz pianist and composer, died on June 18th at the age of 85. 

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Sunday, June 22:

Straight No Chaser continues to join Night Train in featuring Blue Note Records, the American jazz record label, in celebration of their 75th Anniversary. On tonight's show, hear from Blue Note artists Grant Green and Ike Quebec. 

Grant Green is a St. Louis born jazz guitarist and composer. Ike Quebec of Newark, New Jersey is a jazz tenor saxophonist.  

Sunday, June 15:

Straight No Chaser continues to join Night Train in featuring Blue Note Records, the American jazz record label, in celebration of their 75th Anniversary. On tonight's show, hear from Blue Note artist and alto saxophone great Cannonball Adderley, among others.

Sunday, June 8:

Straight No Chaser continues to join Night Train in a tribute to Blue Note Records, an American jazz record label, on the occasion of their 75th Anniversary.

Tonight we will hear many limited edition reissues of iconic Blue Note recordings from Mosaic Records.  

Blue Note Records

Sunday, June 1:

Tonight Straight No Chaser joins Night Train in featuring Blue Note Records, an American jazz record label, on the occasion of their 75th Anniversary. 

Blue Note artists featured on tonight's show include tenor saxophonists Ike Quebec and Johnny Griffin, and jazz guitarist Kenny Burrell.

Steve Mynett

Sunday, May 25:

Tonight's edition of Straight No Chaser features one of the last recordings by Frank Wess. Then we learn the meaning of the blues from Jimmy Smith, Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis and Jimmy Ponder.

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