Stream Archive: Jazz Tales with Bassist Michael Bowie

Jazz Alive

P.O. Box 81

Royal Oak, MD 21662

Michael Bowie

Presented by Jazz Alive, a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation, Jazz Tales is a weekly live-stream concert.  Your purchase of a Streaming Pass supports our mission of providing educational support in developing future artists and preserving this great art form through school and community programs. 

Hosted by pianist Fred Hughes, each week Fred performs with and interviews guests talking about their careers, musical influences and interesting tales from their years in the music business. 

July 22nd Jazz Tales welcomed Bassist Michael Bowie.

Here is a short sampling of the artists Michael has worked with during his amazing career . . . Betty Carter, Abbey Lincoln, Manhattan Transfer, Sarah Vaughn, Isaac Hayes, Patti LaBelle, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra, Michel Camilo, Della Reece, Lori Williams and Chuck Brown.

If you missed the live-stream here's your chance to hear this talented bassist.

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