A collection of songs about the comforts of home life, for Thanksgiving.
We celebrate the centennial of one of the most swinging and swaggering arrangers from the 1950s and 1960s.
George Shearing was the toast of the pop-jazz world in the 1950s, a London-born pianist and blind from birth, who became known for his distinctive style.
On this show, we look at the sophisticated songwriting talent of Burt Bacharach, and salute his fellow songwriters and singers from New York's Brill Building.
Afterglow's annual salute to the lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer with some summertime favorites from the Great American Songbook.
Gerald Wilson’s arrangements were always harmonically interesting and punchy, and vocalists loved to work with him.
McRae worked with progressive jazz musician Fred Katz to create a not-so-standard setting for renditions of standards.
Building the modern pop-rock American songbook: Cassandra Wilson sings the Monkees, Neil Young, and more.
A centennial celebration of the lyricist who wrote "Moon River" and many other standards, featuring an interview with Afterglow founding host Dick Bishop.
A different take on haunted music for Halloween, with evening laments and anguished odes to lost and longed-for love from Julie London, Duke Ellington and more.