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Fri December 30, 2011
KCUR Jazz & Blues For New Year's
From 8pm to midnight, join Chuck Haddock on the Fish Fry ringing out the old and ringing in the new as he and his wife Terri Mac play an eclectic mix of the finest in blues, soul, rhythm 'n' blues, rock & roll, jumpin' jive & zydeco.
Then at midnight, celebrate 2012 and the birthday of tenor saxman James Carter on 12th Street Jump, public radio's weekly jazz, blues and comedy jam.
Happy 2012 from KCUR!
Detroit-born, James Carter has been playing and recording saxophone, flute and clarinet since the late 80s. He is known for his seemingly unlimited inventiveness as a saxophonist. Carter has mastered various styles of jazz, and his playing can be very technical while also showing his sense of humor.