Alzheimer's is an irreversible, progressive brain disease that slowly destroys memory, thinking skills and eventually the ability to perform simple tasks. In most people, the symptoms appear after age 60. In Orange County 84,000 people are living with Alzheimer's. Nationally, that number jumps to 5 million. Alzheimer's Association Orange County President and CEO Jim McAleer joins KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber on this edition of "Collage."
Blake Aaron, Tina Anderson, and Jay Olin talk with saxophonist Greg Vail about East Bay Soul, what life is like with a large ensemble, and about his new blues project Brick Alley Blues. Broadcasting live from NAMM [National Association of Music Merchants.]
Blake Aaron, Tina Anderson, and Jay Olin finish up with saxophonist Patrick Lamb and talk with another saxophonist Andrew Neu about being in SoCal and his new album. Broadcasting live from NAMM [National Association of Music Merchants.]
NOTE: Listen shortly after Andrew is introduced, you’ll hear some tech glitches; never fear, your computer isn’t about to explode, it’s just the beauty of live radio!
Blake Aaron, Tina Anderson, and Jay Olin talk with saxophonist Warren Hill and his daughter, singer Olivia Rocks live from NAMM [National Association of Music Merchants.]
On the week of September 1st, nine tall ships will make their way to the Ocean Institute at Dana Point Harbor for the 30th Annual Tall Ships Festival. Festival Director Tracy Kirby and Maritime Education Coordinator Art Zamarripa join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber for this edition of “Collage.”
Guest Co-host: Bonnie Corwin