Mike Lyle is guest for November 24 concert

From our friends at Superjazz

Mike hails from Eclectic, Alabama. He is an Air Force retiree and spent over 20 years in the Air Force Band Program as a saxophonist and musical leader. He has performed with Bobby Shew, Chris Vadala, Jon Faddis and Rob McConnell to name a few and has performed for US and foreign dignitaries all over the world. After retiring, Mike has been a member of numerous musical groups all over the Southeast. Coincidentally, he was at one time a member of SuperJazz. Currently, Mike lives in Pensacola, Florida, with his wife Pat, and is a member of the Mobile Big Band Society (MBBS). In addition to performing with the MBBS and other groups along the Gulf Coast, Mike stays busy operating his own band instrument repair service.

Sunday afternoon,  November 24, 2019

(The Sunday before Thanksgiving)

Lobby Opens at 2:00, Doors open at 2:30.

Concert begins at 3:00.

John Carroll Catholic High School Auditorium

300 Lakeshore Parkway

Birmingham AL   35209    (In the Wildwood Area)

Hosted by the John Carroll Band Parents Organization.

No advance tickets, admission is “at the door”

Adults and Seniors  –    $7.

Students from any school or college $3.

Mike Lyle

This is the 2nd of 4 SuperJazz concerts this season.

Future concerts are on  Feb 9, 2020 and April 26, 2020

Meet the Music: Saxophonist Roxy Coss

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Roxy talked with JazzHall Radio’s Andy Parrish about her music, jazz education, and creating more opportunities and collaboration for women through the Women in Jazz Organization she founded.

Meet the Music: Banjoist/Vocalist/Historian Rhiannon Giddens

Rhiannon Giddens holding a banjo

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Giddens discusses her musical background, her role in telling the story of country music, her there is no Other tour, artificial musical barriers and the sinister forces behind their creation.

Meet the Music: Saahara chats with Birmingham flutist Kim Scott

Album art for Kim Scott's "Free to Be"
Kim’s new album Free to Be will be released July 19

JazzHall Radio afternoon host Saahara Glaudé catches up with flutist Kim Scott, discussing her forthcoming album “Free to Be.” (It’s available July 19, but why wait?) They discuss her Billboard #1 single, career as faculty and administrator at the Alabama School of Fine Arts, and what’s ahead for her.

2019 Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame Student Jazz Band Festival: Clay-Chalkville High School Jazz Band

Here are images and video clips of the Clay-Chalkville High School “Kool Kats” jazz band, under the direction of Kelvin Benion.

JazzHall Radio plans to air more features and performances from our school bands! Follow this blog and stay tuned to 91.1 (or listen online) to learn more. And please consider joining our effort as a Jazz Hall Friend!

2019 Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame Student Jazz Band Festival: Bevill State Jazz

Here are images and video clips of the Bevill State Community College Jazz Band, under the direction of John Stallsmith.

JazzHall Radio plans to air more features and performances from our school bands! Follow this blog and stay tuned to 91.1 (or listen online) to learn more. And please consider joining our effort as a Jazz Hall Friend!

2019 Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame Student Jazz Band Festival:Minor Jazz Ensemble

Here are images and video clips of the Minor High School Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Earnest Echols.

JazzHall Radio plans to air more features and performances from our school bands! Follow this blog and stay tuned to 91.1 (or listen online) to learn more. And please consider joining our effort as a Jazz Hall Friend!