Detroit JazzStage Debut Show Featuring Trumpeter Mark Byerly

Mark ByerlyHello and welcome to the debut of Detroit JazzStage featuring trumpeter Mark Byerly. Mark has a very interesting history that we think you will enjoy hearing about. Rodney and I have worked very hard on trying to present to you, our listeners, a glimpse into the talent that exists here in Detroit. We hope you learn as much listening to the show as we did putting it together. Please feel free to email or leave comments about the show. Also, be sure to stay subscribed for announcements about up coming shows. Again, thank you for listening.

Bop Culture
Albums and music featured on this show (in order of appearance):

Bop Culture
Blues for the Morning Rush Hour – Mark Byerly (7:11)
Till I Get There – Rick Roe (7:04)
Mark’s Mood – Mark Byerly (9:00)

The E.P.*
Brilliant Corners – Thelonious Monk/arr. Rick Roe (5:18)
Erroenious – Mark Byerly (6:44)

Bop Culture Members
Trumpet – Mark Byerly
Piano – Rick Roe
Bass – Paul Keller
Drums – Bill Higgins
*Bass – Josef Deas

Background music during interview segments:
Sphere by Rick Roe with Rodney Whitaker on Bass

Opening Music – Mark Byerly’s “Marks Mood” available on the self titled CD Bop Culture
Closing Music – Mark Byerly’s “Erroenious” available on Bop Culture’s CD The E.P.

Mark Byerly for being our first guest and the use of his sound engineering talents at his Longview Sound recording studio.

Hugh Broder, Director of Broadcast Production at BBDO Detroit, for mentoring me in the fine art of broadcast production. His help and insight has been invaluable.

And the numerous others who’ve at one time or another helped me develop the skills necessary to take on life’s challenges head on.


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