no responses. January 17, 2017 Trinisha

A conversation with our Jazz Masters


A conversation with our Jazz Masters

By Nomali Cele Kaya FM loves jazz. The existence of Jazzuary is a testament to the reverence we have for the music and the arts it […]

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no responses. December 30, 2016 Trinisha

What’s the Jazz Soundtrack to Your Life?


What’s the Jazz Soundtrack to Your Life?

By Nomali Cele Jazz, much like other music genres, has eras and each era is marked by its stars and the music they made. Swing jazz […]

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no responses. December 30, 2016 Trinisha

Priceless Jazz Experiences


Priceless Jazz Experiences

By Nomali Cele As the credit card advert says, some things, regardless of how much they cost, are just priceless. It doesn’t really matter how far […]

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no responses. April 6, 2016 Trinisha

How to Make Drinks That Match Your Playlist


How to Make Drinks That Match Your Playlist

What’s better than a nightcap after a long day, or week, to unwind? We vote you should have that nightcap while listening to your favourite music. […]

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one response. January 6, 2016 Trinisha

Blind Pianist Yonela Mnana Performs Live and Unplugged On Kaya FM #Jazzuary


Blind Pianist Yonela Mnana Performs Live and Unplugged On Kaya FM #Jazzuary

Pianist Yonela Mnana stopped by the studio to kick off JAZZuary with a special  live performance for 180 With Bob. He performed two original songs and […]

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no responses. December 31, 2015 Trinisha

Jazz and Food


Jazz and Food

More videos on FoodJazz      

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no responses. December 28, 2015 Trinisha

The influence of Jazz on fashion


The influence of Jazz on fashion

The influence of Jazz in fashion Fashion and music go hand in hand because it gives you the visual and auditory experience of an era which […]

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one response. December 24, 2015 Trinisha

The jazz capitals of the world


The jazz capitals of the world

Jazz resonates. That is what has made the music and stories carried by that music relevant all through its history. The familiar echoes carried by music […]

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no responses. December 23, 2015 Trinisha

Smooth as Jazz


Smooth as Jazz

From the humble beginnings of the soothing bass and smoking piano in Speakeasy’s that littered the prohibition age, to magnificent festivals that draw a pilgrimage of […]

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no responses. December 23, 2015 Trinisha

A bite of Niki’s Oasis


A bite of Niki’s Oasis

By Nomali Cele Newtown holds a distinct place in the South African arts and culture scene. There is history and prestige, in both activism and the […]

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