Welcome to CDS PARADIGM podcast hosted by Bassist Christopher Dean Sullivan. A Podcast verve consisting of New Music Artists of various genres, Spoken Word, Interviews, Messaging, and Commentary based on Current News, Community, Human Interest, and more. On CDS PARADIGM there are some Amazing and Thought Provoking subjects and topics intertwined within an Ebullient format. A place where all can learn from each other, share ideas, and information that will make our world community stronger and productive.
This is the 4th installment in the first season of CDS PARADIGM with host Bassist Christopher Dean Sullivan. Continuing with new music from various artists, with diverse approaches. In this episode you'll hear music from the Infinite Spirit project, which consist of pianist Bob Gluck, trumpeter Eddie Henderson, drummer Billy Hart, and bassist Christopher Dean Sullivan; vocalist Renee Marie; alto saxophonist/arranger Oliver Nelson; pianist Patrick Poladian and the NEMA project; Les Nubians: guitarist Dom Minasi; alto saxophonist Eric Person; James Ingram and Patti Austin. Commentary on the Jazz Workshop Inc., Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, and much more.
Welcome to the 3rd Episode of CDS PARADIGM podcast hosted by Bassist Christopher Dean Sullivan.
On this Installment there is music from various artists and genre directions... vibraphonist Rick Altman, La Fuerza, Oliver Nelson, Language of Swans (soprano saxophonist Joe Giardullo, bassist Christopher Dean Sullivan, drummer Michael T.A. Thompson), trumpeter Matt Jordan, vocalist Renee Marie, alphornist Eliana Burki.
Interesting PRI World report on Saudi Arabia looking to invest in Entertainment. Commentary and Reflection.
CDS PARADIGM Podcast is a verve consisting of New Music Artists of various genres, Spoken Word, Interviews, Messaging, and Commentary based on Current News, Community, Human Interest, and more.
Bassist Christopher Dean Sullivan launches his first episode of CDS Paradigm. There are mentions of R. Kelly's proposed fate, discriptions of the music being played, and the $130,000.00 bid on a rare 1943 copper penny...as well as other topics.