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Ben Kramer (l), and Brian Turner. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection Sessions

Intersection: Poet Brian Turner Releases Jazz Album


Orlando based writer Brian Turner is best known for his poetry. Turner’s newest project is a bit different though. He assembled a group of musicians, The Interplanetary Acoustic Team, and they’re releasing an album 11 11 (Me Smiling) that includes lyrics by his late wife, the poet Ilyse Kuznetz. Turner joins Intersection for a conversation about the album along with Ben Kramer who performs bass, keyboards and theremin and engineered the album. 
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The Pauses’ Tierney Tough. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Local News

Intersection Sessions: The Pauses


Orlando rockers The Pauses join us in studio for a performance and to talk about their new album, “Unbuilding.” The Pauses are singer, bassist and keyboard player Tierney Tough, Jason Kupfer on guitar and keyboards, and Jim Nefferdorf on drums and samples.
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Local News

Intersection Sessions: Matt Burke


Matt Burke of the Deland-based Matt Burke Band moved from DeLand to Chicago. When he came back, he brought some Chicago Blues with him. He joins us to discuss music influences and bringing Chicago Blues to the Sunshine State.
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Handmade Amigo. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection Sessions

Intersection Sessions: Handmade Amigo


Kevin James Bond was of the top five local favorites for NPR Music’s tiny desk contest as voted by you. Back in February we interviewed Bond and his band Handmade Amigo. Handmade Amigo join Intersection to perform Babalu, The Loser (which is based on a Shel Silverstein Poem), and Let It Roll or The Whale.
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Eric and Colin Jacobsen. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
Intersection Sessions

Intersection: Brothers In Concert, Rivals In Ping Pong


Before they performed together as musicians, Eric and Colin Jacobsen duked it out as kids on the ping pong table. They took to the stage with Yo Yo Ma this week as the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra rounded out its 25th anniversary season. The Jacobsens join Intersection for a conversation about ping pong, brotherhood and the healing power of music.
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