Eric in the Evening: A Talk with Paul Combs

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Eric in the Evening 2/22/2015

Eric in the Evening 2/22/2015

Eric in the Evening

Eric Jackson provides an evening of Jazz while paying tribute to the late Clark Terry, playing tunes from Memories of DukeThe Alternate Blues, and Locksmith Blues.

Eric in the Evening 02/15/2015

Eric in the Evening 02/15/2015

Eric in the Evening

This evening of jazz features a variety of jazz tunes from artists such as Milt Jackson and the Monty Alexander Trio, Bobby Timmons and Dexter Gordon.

Eric in the Evening 2/8/2015

Eric in the Evening 2/8/2015

Eric in the Evening

This evening of jazz features a variety of jazz tunes from artists such as Ben Webster, Modern Jazz Quartet and Kenny Barron.

Eric in the Evening 2/01/2015

Eric in the Evening 2/01/2015

Eric in the Evening

Eric Jackson provides an evening of Jazz featuring artists such as Jeff Hamilton, Quincy Davis, Grant Green and more.

Eric in the Evening 1/25/2015

Eric in the Evening 1/25/2015

Eric in the Evening

Eric Jackson provides an evening of Jazz featuring artists such as Manny Moka, Gene Harris, Tom McIntosh and more.

Eric in the Evening 1/19/15 Tribute to MLK

Eric in the Evening 1/19/15 Tribute to MLK

Eric in the Evening

Eric Jackson pays tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr. with an evening of Jazz tunes featuring Joe Henderson, Jay Hoggard, and John Coltrane.


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Jazz saxophonist and author Paul Combs stopped by the WGBH studios with a personal delivery for 89.7 Jazz host Eric Jackson: the 2012 Duke Dubois Humanitarian Award that he had accepted on Eric's behalf during the Jazzweek conference in Detroit. (Photo: Annie Shreffler)

The pair talked about Combs' local performances, the conference and Combs' upcoming book, Dameronia, about the influence of Jazz composer and pianist, Tadd Dameron.

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