Riverwalk Jazz: Live At The Landing educates and entertains public radio listeners with a program devoted to celebrating traditional jazz and popular music of
the pre-war era, featuring performances from the Jim Cullum Jazz Band and guests. This collection contains copies of all the
finished programs, as well as elements, other source material, and files documenting every aspect of the show's production.
Founded in 1989 by musician Jim Cullum and Pacific Vista Productions' Margaret Moos-Pick, Riverwalk Jazz: Live At The Landing quickly became public radio's foremost traditional jazz program. Focusing on the early development of jazz and related styles
of American popular music, Riverwalk employed the Jim Cullum Jazz Band and a stellar lineup of regular and special guests,
along with narration by David Holt (a storyteller and musician himself), to educate and entertain audiences around the country.
: 154.5 linear feet
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