On Strictly Jazz Sounds Thursday, March 31st, Jane Reynolds had a conversation with pianist/composer Lynne Arriale. Jane also featured music from her new album, The Lights Are Always On, a collection of original compositions that reflect the life-changing events of the past two years. Her compositions are inspired by and dedicated to the heroes who served as caregivers and defenders of democracy, such as “The Incredible RBG” for Ruth Bader Ginsberg, “Walk In My Shoes” for civil rights icon John Lewis, and “March On” for activists around the world who march against racism, sexism and repression. Arriale was in Madison to debut her new release at Cafe Coda on April 2nd.
Listen to the on-demand archive for Strictly Jazz Sounds Thursday March 31st, 2-5 pm to hear Lynne Arriale and more, as we continue to celebrate Women’s History Month on WORT-FM and wortfm.org—the place for jazz.
(Photo courtesy of Joe Montezinos)
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