ANFTD #63: Roxy Coss

This month's episode visits Roxy Coss, composer, saxophonist, and activist.


ANFTD #62: Tomeka Reid

Delighted to speak with Tomeka Reid about her work as a cellist and improviser/composer.


ANFTD #61: Anna Webber

Dave and Anna talk about how she develops her elaborately wrought compositions and her surprising sources and inspirations. Her path as a player of flutes and saxophones.


ANFTD #60: Kate Gentile

Extraordinary drummer, composer, percussionist Kate Gentile talks with Dave about her compositions, her album, Mannequins, and her wide ranging collaborations.


ANFTD #59: Nabaté Isles

NSI Universal recording artist Nabaté Isles joins Dave to discuss his new album Eclectic Excursions.


ANFTD #58: Melvin Gibbs

Dave talks to legendary bassist, composer, producer Melvin Gibbs.


ANFTD #57: Marilyn Crispell

Pianist and composer Marilyn Crispell joins Dave Douglas to discuss her music, collaborations, composition and her life as a self-described “traveling bum.”


ANFTD #56: Rudy Royston introduces Flatbed Buggy

Special edition: Recording made and edited by Rudy Royston about his new record Flatbed Buggy on Greenleaf Music - release date October 26, 2018. Thrilled to post this on the Greenleaf podcast feed.


ANFTD #55: Linda Briceño

Dave talks to Linda Briceño - also known as Ella Bric - trumpeter, songwriter, singer and producer. In 2014, Linda’s first album, Tiempo, was nominated for two Latin Grammys, including Best New Artist and Best Pop Traditional Album.


ANFTD #54: Jaimie Branch

Dave joins Jaimie Branch at Pioneer Works in Red Hook, Brooklyn to get the real story behind this brilliant and visionary trumpeter and composer.


ANFTD #53: Sara Serpa

Dave sits down with Sara Serpa to listen to some her new album on Clean Feed as well as talk about her varied and diverse musical interests and practices.


ANFTD #52: Rory Stuart

Guitarist, composer, educator, author Rory Stuart talks to Dave about arrival in New York, composing and rhythmic devices, and his new series of books, The Rhythm Book, volumes one through six.