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KJ’s finally on YouTube!

As I was traipsing around the internet, a friend sent me a link to these lovely videos from Bandorama. So, if you missed it, or just want to relive an incredibly fun concert, here you go! I’ve also added a link on the recordings page.

Planetary Radio, Part 1

You can hear Part 1 of my Planetary Radio debut with Laurence Yeung at the Planetary Radio website or you can get it through iTunes by subscribing to the Planetary Radio podcast! Part 2 comes out on 1/2/12, so stay tuned! Laurence and I had a blast — what a great group of people to […]

A few recordings from the recital

Steven Chemtob, Amalia Francalangia, Shannon Kao and I decided to put on a recital last Sunday. I just added several recordings from the show to the Recordings page! American Lullaby, Gladys Rich (1892-1994) Give Me Jesus, traditional spiritual, arr. Moses Hogan (1957-2003) Silent Noon, Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958) How Could I Ever Know (from The […]

Raymond Scott recordings are up!

I’ve been busy in the studio with the Conspirators, so to whet your appetite for new tunes, I thought I’d post some live recordings from this year’s mischief.  Up first? Check out the Recordings page and grab the tunes I sang at the Raymond Scott tribute concert this May!

Beckman Auditorium was packed!

What a concert on Friday night! I’ve never seen Beckman Auditorium so full!  A big thank you to all who came!  For those who couldn’t be there, I posted recordings of my tunes on the Recordings page. It was a real thrill to get to meet Flea — what a delightful man and an inspiring […]

Bandorama

Bandorama was a blast — the house was quite full Friday night and packed on Saturday. I just posted some recordings from Friday night on the recordings page, in case you couldn’t make it to the shows. Everyone was sounding even hotter Saturday night and the sound system got some much-needed TLC between the concerts, […]