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ColaJazz Foundation

  • On our final episode of this season of ColaJazz Presents, saxophonist and Richland 1 Superintendent Dr. Craig Witherspoon joins us to discuss his love of jazz and the importance of music education.
  • This week on ColaJazz Presents, we're joined by fiddle player Jim Graddick, who along with guitarist/banjo player Randy Lucas and bassist Dave Holder make up the Randy Lucas Trio. The group is known for mixing jazz, bluegrass, blues, and pop to create their trademark unique and spontaneous sound.
  • This week on ColaJazz Presents, we're joined by Brittany Turnipseed, a jazz and soul singer/writer based in Columbia, SC. Listening to her is an adventure through melody.
  • This week on ColaJazz Presents, we welcome percussionist Gino Castillo to the show. Originally from Quito, Ecuador, he now calls Charleston home. Castillo's music is vibrant, sassy, and full of complex rhythms.
  • This week on ColaJazz Presents, we're joined by guitarist, oudist, and composer Amos Hoffman.
  • This week on ColaJazz Presents, we feature Greenville-based multi-instrumentalist Shannon Hoover, who plays bass, piano, and brass.
  • This week on ColaJazz Presents, we speak with saxophonist Dante Lewis. A native of Columbia, SC, Lewis' sparkling personality comes through in his music, and he lives by the motto "the groove comes first."
  • This week on ColaJazz Presents, we welcome trumpeter, educator, composer, and all around Renaissance man Dick Goodwin to the show.
  • This week on ColaJazz Presents, we welcome trumpeter, singer, and songwriter Charlton Singleton to the show. A native of Awendaw, SC, Singleton is a member of the Grammy Award-winning group Ranky Tanky as well as a solo artist. He's also the newly minted recipient of the SC Governor's Award for the Arts for Individual Artist.
  • This week on ColaJazz Presents, we speak with vocalist and poet Eboni Ramm. When she's not performing around the Palmetto State, Ramm is teaching jazz poetry workshops in local schools, libraries, and community learning centers.