Full Moon Hacksaw

HACKSAW JAZZ
SYNDICATED JAZZ AND BLUES RADIO FROM PHOENIX 

  

                                                                                  

 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS FOR THIS WEBSITE:

THIS HOME PAGE HAS DOWNLOADABLE MP3 RADIO HOURS, OUR SPONSORS, RADIO STATIONS THAT CARRY OUR SHOW, AND A BIOGRAPHY.

MEMORIES PAGE CONTAINS A LOT OF PHOTOS AND STORIES DATING FROM 2010 WHEN WE STARTED THE WEBSITE.  WE PUT SO MUCH WORK INTO IT OVER TIME, WE CAN'T JUST DELETE EVERYTHING.

CALENDAR PAGE HAS UP-TO-DATE LISTINGS OF EVENTS AND DRUMMING GIGS WE ARE INVOLVED WITH


LIVE BANDS PAGE CONTAINS RECOMMENDED GROUPS OF MANY TYPES.


RADIO ARCHIVES PAGE HAS RECORDINGS OF JAZZ RADIO SHOWS GOING BACK DECADES AND BIG CITY VOICES FROM THE PAST.

FINANCIAL SUPPORTERS PAGE IS A LIST OF OUR CURRENT "CLIENTS," "DONORS" AND RECURRING ANNUAL BUSINESS "SPONSORS," WHO DO RADIO SHOW AND STATION BUSINESS WITH US, HYPERLINKS TO THEIR WEBSITES AND SOCIAL MEDIA.


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Radio stations carrying our show ....that we are aware of, subject to change...Arizona, flagship radiophoenix.org, KPNG-FM Chandler 88.7, Blue Lite Radio slow jams R&B and Classic Soul http://blulite.webs.com; Iowa, KHOI-FM Ames 89.1; Louisiana KNHS-FM Lafayette 93.1FM; Michigan, WVBI-LP-FM Beaver Island 100.1 and WKAR-FM East Lansing, Michigan State University's NPR station at 90.5; New Jersey KEWL 98 http://njkewl98.com; Mississippi, WJSU-FM Jackson State University 88.5; New Mexico, KCEI-FM Red River 90.1; New York, “Geneva Community Radio” on TuneIn radio ap and WRAQ-FM Angelica 92.7; Oregon, KXCR-FM Florence 90.7; Vermont, WGDR-FM Plainfield 91.9;  Washington State, KMRE-FM Bellingham 102.3 and KVGD-LP-FM Goldendale 100.1; West Virginia, WYAP-LP-FM Clay 101.7; Wisconsin, WADR-LP-FM Janesville, 103.5.

RADIO SHOW ARCHIVE PODCASTS:

Press links to download MP3s to desired device or storage, listen from here anytime, burn a CD to play anywhere. 

A new two-hour show is released each Thursday to radio stations of the Pacifica Network and PRX the Public Radio Exchange to run at their discretion, all or in part, for a period of one year.  

MP3 of Show # 1607 HR 1 11-24-16 sponsored by Rayner's Chocolate & Coffee Shop

Stanley Turrentine-Blues Hoss Flat-Chip Off the Old Block-Blue Note ’63
Hank Mobley-Soft Impressions-Straight No Filter-Blue Note ’66
Bria Skonberg-Wear and Tear-Bria-Okeh ’16
TrioKait-The Lady in my Life-Casual-Real & Imagined ’16
Cowbop-Alabamy Bound-Too Hick for the Room-B4 Man ’10
Etta Jones-I’m Afraid the Masquerade is Over-From the Heart-Prestige ’62
Carrie Smith-Don’t Be that Way-Do Your Duty-Classic Jazz ’76
Ranee Lee-Don’t Explain-Deep Song-Justin Time ’89
Nina Simone-Baltimore-title track-CTI ’78
Kelley Hunt-Treat Me Right-Inspiration-88 ’00
2-min break music: Cal Tjader-Soul Sauce remix

MP3 of Show # 1607 HR 2 11-24-16 sponsored by anonymous

Joe Lovano-Little Willie Leaps-Village Vanguard-Blue Note ’95
Chucho Valdez-Lorena’s Tango-Tribute to Irakere-Marciac ’15
John Coltrane-Mr. Day-Coltrane Plays the Blues-Atlantic ‘’62
Mose Allison-Your Mind is on Vacation-The Jazz Years-Atlantic ’62
Bill King Trio-Rhythm Express-Street Talk-7 Arts ’16
Jon Hendricks-Tell Me the Truth-title track-Arista ’73
Roberta Flack-Ballad of the Sad Young Men-First Take-Atlantic ’69
Betty Carter-Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most-The Audience With-BetCar/Verve ’79
2-min break music: Big Jay McNeely-Havana Hop

MP3 of Show # 1606 HR 1, 11-16-17

Bruce Gates Jazz Consortium Big Band-Off the Top-Forced Air Heat-Sea Breeze ’96
Robinella & the CC String Band-Tennessee Saturday Night-Man Over-Columbia ’03

Haley Reinhart-Seven Nation Army-Post Modern Jukebox-YouTube ’15

Joni Mitchell-Edith and the Kingpin-Hissing of Summer Lawns-Asylum ’75

Leon Russell-Hummingbird-Best Of-Capitol ’70

Cat Lee King and his Cocks-Farewell Mademoiselle-Get Up and Dance-Rhythm Bomb ’16

Supersax-KoKo-Plays Bird-Capitol ’73

Francisco Mario-Sobrevivendo-Retratos-Milestone ’86

Robertinho Silva-Exits and Flags-Shot on Goal-Milestone ’95

Stephane Grappelli-How About You-Queen Elizabeth Hall-Pye ’72

Horace Silver-Swingin’ the Samba-Finger Poppin’-Blue Note ’59

2-min break music: Milt Jackson and Wes Montgomery-SKJ

MP3 of Show # 1606 HR 2, 11-16-17

Gypsy’s Juke Rockers-A Woman Like You-Real Bad Woman-Livinghead ’08
Delgado Brothers-Let’s Get Back-title track-Mocombo ’99

Bobby Blue Bland-Further On Up the Road-The Blues Vol. 4-Sony ’57

Ray Barretto-Rhythm of Life-title track-Fania ’82

Clifford Brown-Daahoud-Sideman-BMG ’54 

Reg Schwager Trio-Far Wes-Tribute to Wes Montgomery-7 Arts Radioland ’16

Count Basie feat. Joe Williams, Lambert, Hendricks and Ross-Swingin’ the Blues-Sing Along with Basie-Roulette ’57

Sistah Blue-Ms. Betty’s Boogie-Movin’ On-Kinchion ’05

Dave Cook’s Atlantis Big Band-Bumpy’s Blues-Live at Isadore’s-John Dixon ’72

Long John Hunter-Lone Star Shootout-Border Town Legend-Alligator ’96

2-min break music: Miles Davis-Milestones

MP3 of Show # 1605 HR 2, 11-10-16 sponsored by Gifts Anon

Tito Puente-Take Five-Mambo Diablo-Concord ’85
Jimmy Rowles & Michael Hashim-Save your Love for Me-Peacocks-Stash ’83

Clifford Brown-The Scene is Clean-The Quintet Vol. 2-Emarcy ’56

John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman-Autumn Serenade-self-titled-Impulse ’63

Ray Charles and Betty Carter-Every Time we Say Goodbye-self-titled-ABC ’61

King Curtis-Dynamite at Midnight-Blues from the Roadhouse-Roadhouse ’57

Southern Culture on the Skids-Nitty Gritty-Dirt Track Date-Geffen ’95

Debbie Davies-Wrong Man for Me-Loose Tonight-Blind Pig ’94

Candi Staton Treat me like a Secret-Life Happens-Beracah ’14

Booker T. & the MG’s-Hip Hug Her-Rhythm and Blues 1947-1974-Atlantic ’67

Whiskey Kiss-Dangerous One-title track-Electric Lotus ’14

2-min break music: Cal Tjader-Cubano Chant

MP3 of Show # 1605 HR 1, 11-10-16 sponsored by Acacia Cafe

Sonido Global-Maiden Voyage-self-titled-Tempest ’02
John Coltrane-Prayer and Meditation 4 A.M.-Transition-Impulse ’65
Cookers-Beyond Forever-The Call of the Wild and Peaceful Heart-Smoke Sessions ’16
Kurt Elling-Come Running-The Gate-Concord ’12
Mark Murphy-My Funny Valentine/All Blues-Live in Athens, Greece-Harbinger ’08
Orquesta La Corporacion Latina-Bosanova-Pride of Puerto Rico-Coco ’77
T-Bone Walker-Call it Stormy Monday-Rides Again-Charly ’47
2-min break music: Royce Murray-Nows the Time

MP3 of Show # 1604 HR 2, guest hostess is Sheri Baker, guests are guitarist Paul Murphy and woodwinds player Steve Marsh 11-03-16

Ronnie Cuber-Song to Pharaoh-The Scene is Clean-Milestone ’94
Paul Murphy World Jazz Project-Konongo-self-titled-LAFX ’16
Paul Murphy World Jazz Project-Bahia-self-titled-LAFX ’16
Paul Murphy World Jazz Project-Afro-Jazz-self-titled-LAFX ’16
Rafael y Energia Dominicana-No Toques Fondo-Enamorarse en la Playa-Vivo Musique ’16
2-min break music: Terence Blanchard-Clockers

MP3 of Show # 1604 HR 1, 11-03-16

Ray Anderson-Funkalific-Every One of Us-Gramavision ’92
Gene Ammons (& Dexter Gordon)-Happy Blues-The Chase!-Prestige ’70
Ray Bryant-Teddy the Toad-Plays Basie & Ellington-Emarcy ’87
Koko Taylor-Wang Dang Doodle-Produced by Willie Dixon-Chess ’65
Trio da Paz-A Felicidade-Black Orpheus-Kokopelli ’94
“Charlie” Mingus Feat. Melvin Stewart-Scenes in the City-Modern Jazz Symposium-Bethlehem ’59
John Coltrane & Don Cherry-The Blessing-The Avant-Garde-Atlantic ’60
Grady Tate-TNT-Sings TNT-Milestone ’91
2-min break music: Sonido Global-Maiden Voyage

MP3 of Show # 1604 HR 2, 10-27-16

Linc Chamberlain-Indeed-A Place Within-Muse ’76
Stan Getz-Willow Weep for Me-Another World-Columbia ’79
Cookers-Call of the Wild and Peaceful Heart-Call of the Wild and Peaceful Heart-Smoke Sessions ’16
Charles Rutherford's Jazz Pacific Orchestra-Rebel Rouser-Note Walker-Sea Breeze '95
Cal Tjader-Cubano Chant-Funky Quarters-Fantasy ’73
Royce Murray-Now’s the Time-title track-Amec ’07
Mark Murphy-Crystal Silence-September Ballads-Milestone ’87
2-min break music: John Coltrane-The Blessing

MP3 of Show # 1603 HR 1, 10-27-16

Eddie Henderson-Surrey with the Fringe on the Top-Inspiration-Milestone ’95
Lee Morgan-Croquet Ballet-self-titled-Blue Note ’72
Cookers-Blackfoot-Call of the Wild and Peaceful Heart-Smoke Sessions ’16
Art Pepper and George Cables-In a Mellow Tone-Goin’ Home-Galaxy ’82
Markey Blue-Me Missing You-The Blues are Knockin’-Soulosound ’16
Deanna Bogart-Wonder what the Weather is Today-Real Time-Blind Pig ’06
Paul Horn-Prelude/Freedom Jazz Dance-Special Edition-Mushroom ’74
2-min break music: Gary Burton/Chick Corea-Song for Gail

MP3 of Show # 1602 HR 2, 10-20-16

Kenny Clarke-We’ll be Together Again-Bohemia After Dark-Savoy ’55 (Hank Jones piano, not Horace Silver)
Larry Vuckovich with Jon Hendricks-Reza-Cast Your Fate-Palo Alto ’84
Don Burrows & George Golla-Colours-Other Places Other Times-First American ’80
Supersax-Parisian Thoroughfare-Dynamite-Pausa ’78
Derek & the Dominos feat. Eric Clapton and Duane Allman-Key to the Highway-Layla-Atco ’70
Sonny Boy Williamson-That’s All I Want-Real Folk Blues-Chess ’65
Eddie Jefferson-Start Walking Stop Talking-The Bebop Singers-Prestige ’53
Jimmy Witherspoon-Tell them I was Flyin’-Blues for Spoon and Groove-Surrey ’64
Phillip Strange-Open Air-Dreamscapes-New Truth ’13
2-min break music: Perez Prado-Fireworks

MP3 of Show # 1602 HR 1, 10-20-16

Jack Walrath-Sliding Doors-Revenge of the Fat People-Stash ’82
Joey Alexander-Giant Steps-My Favorite Things-Motema ’15
Hans Olson-Hey Baby-Plays the Blues-Cremo ’80
King Pleasure-Swan Blues-Mr. Jazz-UA ’62
Manny Oquendo & Libre-Alabanciosa-Better than Ever-Milestone ’94
Mario Bauza-Chano-944 Columbus-Messidor ’93
Nico DuPortal & his Rhythm Dudes-I Know the Rules-Dealing with my Blues-Rhythm Bomb ’16
Bob Wills-Milk Cow Blues-Plays The Greatest String Band Hits-Kapp ’69
Gary Burton/Chick Corea-Never-Duet-ECM ’79
2-min break music: Jackie Coon-Bryan’s Blues

MP3 of Show # 1601, guest DJ is John Mueller 10-13-16

JJ Johnson-There Will Never Be Another You-Vivian-Concord Jazz ’92
Ernie Andrews-Haven’t Got Anything Better to Do-From the Heart-Discovery ’81
Miles Davis & Quincy Jones—Boplicity-Live at Montreaux ’91
Shelly Manne & his Men at the Black Hawk-Blue Daniel-Jazz Heritage ’59
Milt Jackson with the Monty Alexander Trio-Parking Lot Blues-Soul Fusion-Pablo ’77
Modern Jazz Quartet-Reunion Blues-Best Of-Pablo ’85
Joe Turner-How Long How Long-Nobody in Mind-Pablo ’75
Cal Tjader-Thinking of You MJQ-Jazz at the Blackhawk Prestige ’57
Gary Burton & his Friends-Six Pack-title track-GRP ’92


Below, from the south-central part of Washington State, KVGD-LP-FM Goldendale runs Hacksaw Jazz weekly as part of a growing jazz mix on their air.  We did a couple sessions there, thanks Cory Eberhart and Loren Fennell for your studio air time and hospitality. 


MP3 of Show # 1600 HR 2 (re-mix of 03-12-15C), host studio is KVGD Goldendale WA 10-13-16

Kenny Dorham-Philly Twist-Whistle Stop-Blue Note ’61
Either Orchestra-Night of the Living Blues-Across the Omniverse-Accurate '96
William Clarke-Greasy Gravy-Blowin’ like Hell-Alligator ’90
Hector Lavoe-El Todopoderosos-Salsa Explosion-Fania ’76
Tribecastan-El Bumpa-New Deli-Evergreene ’12
Joey Alexander-Sunday Waltz-Countdown-Motema ’16
Gonzalo Rubalcaba-Woody 'N You-Imagine-Blue Note ’95
Oscar Peterson-Blues for Bach-Live-Pablo ’86 4th, final installment, KVGD interview
2-min break music-Scott Hamilton-It’s You or No One

MP3 of Show # 1600 HR 1 “Radio on the road” thanks to the continued hospitality of KVGD-LP-FM Goldendale,  WA 10-13-16 

Raul de Souza-Festival-Colors-Milestone ’75
Stan Kenton-Intermission Riff-In Hi-Fi-Capitol ’56
Victor Wainwright & the Wildroots-Reaper on the Prowl-Boom Town-Blind Pig ’15 
Otis Clay-Thanks a Lot-I’ll Treat you Right-Bullseye ’92
Aretha Franklin-I Never Loved a Man (the Way I Love You)-Rhythm and Blues 1947-1974-Atlantic ’67

                                                                                                 3rd installment KVGD interview
Illinois Jacquet Big Band-Tickle Toe-Jacquet’s Got It-Atlantic ’88
Charles Lewis-Cubano Chant-Jazz in AZ 30-year Compilation-Tempest ’07

Tito Rodriguez-El Mundo De Las Locas-LIVE AT THE PALLADIUM

Cassandra Wilson-Autumn Nocturne-Blue Skies-JMT ’88
2-min break music-Earl Bostic-September Song

MP3 of Show # 1599 HR 2 from KVGD-LP-FM, Goldendale, WA 10-06-16

Backtrack Blues Band-Heavy Built Woman-Way Back Home-Flaming Cheese ’16
Al Hibbler/Kirk-Do Nothin’ ’til you Hear from Me-A Meeting of the Times-Atlantic ’72
Jim Hall-The Answer is Yes-Concierto-CTI ’74 Feat. Chet Baker
Reba Russell-When You Get the Chance-City of the Blues ’00
Nico Duportal feat. Jai Malano-Johnny Knows-Get Up and Dance Vol. 4, Jivers-Rhythm Bomb ’16
Tara Linda-Boy-Torch and Sass-Physalia ’12
Hampton Hawes-Billy Boy-Everybody Likes-Contemporary ’56
JP Soars-Lost it All-More Bees with Honey-Soars High ’11
Bob Borough-Tis Autumn-Better than Anything-Focus ’66
Buckwheat Zydeco-Time will Tell-A Night like This-Island ’87 KVGD greets other affiliates
2-min break music: Illinois Jacquet Big Band-Tickle Toe

MP3 of Show # 1599 HR 1 from KVGD-LP-FM, Goldendale, WA 10-06-16

Terry Gibbs-For Keeps-Latin Connection-Contemporary ’86
Joe Williams-In the Evening-Jazz ‘Round Midnight-Verve ’55
Curtis Lundy-Silver’s Serenade-Just Be Yourself-New Note ’87
Sam Bush-Where’s the Love-Storyman-Sugar Hill ’16
Asleep at the Wheel-Raided the Joint-Wheeling & Dealing-Capitol ’77 Interview with Cory and Loren of KVGD
Tito Puente-El-100-Mambo King 100th LP-Sony ’91
Zoot Sims-Body and Soul-For Lady Day-Pablo ’78
Victor Wainwright Family Roots-Get Behind the Mule-Extended Stay-Soulsway ’13
Lynwood Slim-Don’t Tell Me-Worldwide Wood-Pacific Blues ’99
Joacim Tinderholt-Those Lonely Lonely Nights-Get Up and Dance Vol. 5, Slow Down-Rhythm Bomb ’16
2-min break music: Earl Bostic-Harlem Nocturne

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THE FOLLOWING HOURS GIVEN PROMOTIONAL CONSIDERATION BY MIM.ORG

                                                       

            

Hacksaw Jazz on the radio is sponsored by Allegro Music, six locations in the Phoenix area


                                            
                                                            Singer Karen Lovely at Flagstaff Blues & Brews Fest




   

                                                                    

                                                            


                      
THANK YOU URBAN CUSTOMS FOR FINANCIALLY SUPPORTING JAZZ RADIO






                                                 
NATIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF HACKSAW JAZZ RADIO MADE POSSIBLE BY SHINER GOLD POMADE
                                                

MP3 of Show # 1596 HR 2 guest is John Mueller for all-Brazilian music, sponsored by Shiner Gold Pomade

Marcos Valle-Apaixonada for Voce-Far out ’01
Chet Baker and the Boot Brazilian Quartet—Inea-self titled-Seika ’87
Rosa Passos-Wave-Amorosa-Ave-Sony Classical ’04
Oscar Castro-Neves feat. Leila Pinheiro-Domingo Azul do Mar/Fotografia-Live at Blue Note Tokyo-Zoho ’12
Landau Eugene Murphy Jr.-Night and Day-That’s Life-Columbia ’11
Tamba 4-We and the Sea-title track A & M ’67
Paula Morelenbaum & SWR Big Band-Trade ‘em Itapolia-Ralf Schmid Bossarenova-Skip ’10
Luciana Souza-When We Dance-The New Bossa Nova-Verve ’07
Buddy Montgomery-Waterfall-So Why Not?-Landmark ’89
Cal Tjader (feat. Laurendo Almeida)-Se E Tarde Me Perdoa plays the contemporary music of Mexico and Brazil Verve ’62



Professional Musicians of Arizona  
  
 


                                           

Hear or download MP3s of the Phoenix Federation of Musician's weekly local Arizona music radio show by clicking here

           
Ken Koshio of annual downtown Phoenix Matsuri Festival

 



                                           
Located In Historic Downtown Chandler

141 West Boston Street
Chandler, AZ 85225
480.559.8016
Mon-Thu 10am to 9pm
Fri & Sat 10am to 10pm
Sun 11am to 6pm

Burst of Butterflies made remote broadcasting possible 5th consecutive year in a row for Hacksaw Jazz live at Chandler Jazz Festival 2016, THANK YOU. 

     Miss Daisy Pet Grooming financially supports jazz on the radio
                                  

MP3 of Show # 1594 HR 1 guest is vinyl collector Fred Hill, sponsored by Miss Daisy Pet Grooming

Nat Adderley-Work Song-title track-Riverside ’60

Baby Face Willette-Work Song-Blue Note-Stop Look Listen ’61 

Art Blakey-Wee Dot-A Night at Birdland-Blue Note ’54

Miles Davis-Walkin’-All Stars-Prestige ’54

Horace Parlan-Wadin’-Speakin’ my Peace-Blue Note ’60

Sonny Clark-Cool Struttin’ ’58

Charlie Parker-Cherokee-Bird On the Air-Sounds ’46 



Social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) supported financially by Gifts Anon


                 


THESE HOURS FINANCIALLY SUPPORTED BY:
RAYNER'S CHOCOLATE & COFFEE SHOP

14021 N. 51ST AVE, # 106, GLENDALE 
Rayner's radio spot
Rayner's Chocolate & Coffee Shop Facebook

Read the entire AZ Rep article about Rayner's

MP3 for Show # 1581 HR 1 sponsored by Rayner's Chocolate and Coffee Shop

King Pleasure-Jumpin' with Symphony Sid-Sings-Prestige '53

Louie Jordan-I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town-Rock 'N' Roll-Mercury '57

Machito feat. Charlie Parker-Okidoke-Afro-Cuban Jazz-Verve '49

Peter Madsen feat. Stanley Turrentine-Just a Lucky So and So-Three of a Kind Meet Mr. T-Minor Music '96

Nancy Harms-Something Real-Dreams in Apartments-Gazelle '13

Barbara Dennerlein-Junkanoo-Verve '97

Memphis Horns feat. Robert Cray-Rumors-Wayne Jackson & Andrew Love-Telarc '95

Pat Longo and his Super Big Band-Longo's Boogie-Crocodile Tears-Town Hall '81

Stan Kenton-Maria-West Side Story-Creative World '61

Ray Charles & Milt Jackson-Blue Genius-Soul Meeting-Atlantic '58

Pat Metheny-Humpty Dumpty-Rejoicing-ECM '84

Two-min break music:  Joe Pass-Amanacer-Whitestone




                                  


MP3 of Show # 1594 HR 2 guest is vinyl collector Fred Hill

Bobby Hutcherson-Una Muy Bonita-Stick-Up-Blue Note ’68

Bobby Hutcherson-Maiden Voyage-Happenings-Blue Note ’67

Grant Green-Idle Moments-title track-Blue Note ’65

Barney Kessell-Get Happy-Live at the Jazz Mill-Modern Harmonic ’54

Barney Kessell-Stardust-Live at the Jazz Mill-Modern Harmonic ’54

Lonnie Johnson-Lester Leaps In-Blues, Ballads and Jumping’ Jazz-Analogue Productions ’60

Archived shows over past decades
Show playlists last few years from Spinitron, buy the albums we've played


RADIO STATIONS AND STREAMS CARRYING HACKSAW JAZZ:

   RADIO PHOENIX is our flagship, producing programs for Phoenix and other community radio stations
 Sunday 8-10pm AZ time  
       Listen stream

Here are on-air affiliates, some members of Pacifica Radio and others the Public Radio Exchange, two networks who help distribute us 

                    
         90.5 FM  East Lansing, MI                       Jackson, MS
              Saturday nights Sunday afternoons
               8-10pm Eastern 3-5pm Central 

       WKAR Listen Stream    WJSU Listen Stream
                       


Thursday 8p-12a Eastern                Saturday 7-8am Eastern           Sat + Sun 10p-12a Eastern   Sunday 8-9am Mountain
Listen stream                                     Listen stream                             
Listen stream                         Listen stream

                                                             Clay, West Virginia                    Michigan                                  KPNG Chandler/Phoenix, Arizona


                                                     
                                                                                          Tuesday 6-8am Pacific
                                                                                                  KXCR website


        WGDR/WGDH
91.1 fm Plainfield, VT | 91.7 fm Hardwick , VT | Goddard College Community Radio

                                                               Hacksaw Jazz            Overnights                 Listen stream
                                                                            
                                                                                    Bellingham, WA
                                                                                     Sunday mornings or evenings,                                                                                                                                                                                        also Wed 10-11p PST
                                                                                          Listen Stream
                                                                               
                                    
                                    Washington State
A two-week audio archive is always posted at radiofreeamerica, search for "Hacksaw."


                    GLOBAL COMMUNITY RADIO
Hacksaw Jazz Sunday nights 10p-12a Eastern Time          GCR Channel 2 online listen stream

          KNHS-FM Lafayette Louisiana, Northside's High School station at 93.1



BLU LITE RADIO "SMOOTH JAZZ, SLOW JAMZ, R & B, CLASSIC SOUL AND CLASSIC JAZZ" LISTEN STREAM
HACKSAW JAZZ MIDNIGHT WEEKNIGHTS ARIZONA TIME 

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Bob Davis, Jay Maynes (aka Juan Oskar) & Hacksaw              Bob Davis plays Monk and Jobim live on the air

                                       
WE WISH TO ACKNOWLEDGE SOME OF OUR PAST SPONSORS.
Without the help of our financial supporters we could not keep going weekly and daily.

People who have made all this work financially, Clients/Donors:  2837 N. Power Rd. Mesa AZ 85215, 3990 S. Alma School Rd. Chandler AZ 85248
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CENTRAL MUSIC                                                                   
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 Programming has been made possible by two past grants from Ogallala Bay Rum, vintage after shave and skin toner fragrance, once a staple in barber shops.  Air fresheners, apothecary decanter, colognes, deodorant, lotions & balms, pet care, shaving products, soaps and shampoos. Gift certificates.  Shipping within the US, information and orders at Ogallalabayrum.com

DiSciacca Glass Gallery  Downtown Chandler 

Tracks in Wax                                        

                                  


                                                       

                                                                           "Drum Makeover." (Is it a Ludsaw, or a Hackwig?)
                                                             
We love related music forms. If you know this name and his radio show, check out Return Karl Haas' Adventures in Good Music to the Air!



THE FOUNDERS, JULY 2010:

Back row: Ronnie Whitehead, vocalist; Kati Ingino, bassist/vocalist; Bob Estrada, bassist; Christina Plante,
Sunnyslope Art Walk Committe Chair/John C. Lincoln Hospital Neighborhood Relations.  Middle row: Bill Bellamak,
guitarist; Carolyn Karnes-Estrada, flutist; Genny Coulson, BOSS; Mollie Kidari, pianist/social media coordinator;
Armando Serna, guitarist.  Front row: Dennis Miller, Grinders Owner, harmonica/guitar/singer;  Hacksaw Tom,
Drummer/Announcer, Gary Autz, barista.  Not pictured: Steve Chernek, guitarist/photographer.  

2012 ADDITIONS:

John Mueller, guest DJ,
 

Fundraising, Affiliate Relations

            Sherri Baker, on-air 

voiceovers, content provider

Pianist for Generation Gap

Hacksaw Tom's bio:

Tom came to Phoenix at age 7, and after a flirtation with top 40 KRIZ and KRUX, discovered jazz on KXTC.  That was the beginning of a jazz and radio addiction that continues to today. He holds jazz responsible for his home life, because he met his wife Genny at Two Lips Café in Phoenix.  Both were friends of the band, "New Moon Jazz."

A set of drums was inherited from a brother, the bass drum head had a hacksaw on it.  A vow was made to keep that name going somehow, practiced to growing record collection.  After a little radio school, landed on-air at KXTC for a few years falling in love with the jazz radio format.  Experience with other radio formats too, but jazz was always most fun.  Sold advertising for own jazz show.  Weekend jazz DJ for 10+ years at 100,000 watt non-commercial KJZZ, Phoenix as "The Jazz Mechanic."  Learned other management radio jobs off-air at various stations.  This started a necktie collection.

Success with several bands, beginning with own "Hacksaw's Blues."  Drummer with Midnite Blues, Buddy Reed (Bon Jovi fell by one night to sing), Mike Moses (won Arizona competition to play in Memphis), Dean Murphy, and Dave Riley.  Drummer on CDs released by all except Reed.

In the '90s office, technical and management work at Phoenix's oldest and highest rated radio station, KTAR, staying 10+ years.  But no demand for jazz or blues on the air there.

Scaled band work down to one monthly coffee house gig by 2007, where members of "Hacksaw's Blues" formed an additional band "Full Moon Jazz" (reunion with former members of "New Moon Jazz").  Many times both bands jammed together so it was decided to combine everything under "Full Moon Hacksaw."  This led to a website http://fullmoonhacksaw.com to offer services of radio and drums, plus archives of current and vintage jazz radio shows.

Lost corporate broadcast job due to economy, plus growth in digital as traditional radio shrank.  Ironically had already started next jazz radio series (named "Full Moon Hacksaw" after the bands and the website) produced on-line at community station "Radio Phoenix" http://radiophoenix.org.  Soon became Fundraising Contractor for non-profit radio, successful at finding financial supporters in the Phoenix area.  The first syndication affiliate for the jazz show on-air was commercial KWCD-FM in Bisbee, southern Arizona.  After that came vocational school station KVIT-FM in Phoenix on two frequencies.  

Joined "Pat Roberts and the Heymakers"  as drummer 2011 to 2016; Two CDs released, two European tours in addition to permanent Phoenix work. 

In mid 2014 an LLC was formed named for a Hacksaw, a couple bands, a website and a radio show: Full Moon Hacksaw LLC. It is an entertainment and media agency, but combines radio and live music services.  

Also in mid 2014 Radio Phoenix management placed the Full Moon Hacksaw jazz/blues radio series in syndication on two non-commercial networks: PRX the Public Radio Exchange, and Pacifica Network's Audioport.  This allows the program to be heard on 10+ affiliates nation-wide, most of them FM stations.

The current radio format is: "Records, neckties and drums."  The message is the same, only the media is changing. 

Drumming and broadcasting now support the jazz habit.

                                              



Hacksaw Tom drumming with Pat Roberts ROCKABILLY 



FULL MOON HACKSAW, LLC 
Media and entertainment agency
"Specializing in jazz and blues"

*Syndicated radio show
*Airtime sales 
*Fundraising/Underwriting
*Other media production services
*Live music

Tom Coulson
Broadcaster-Musician
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