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Dessert island Jazz plays Creepin’ from Detour Ahead


Somewhere around 7 pm on Tuesday, November 24, 2015, David May played Creepin’ from Barbara’s Detour Ahead CD on Dessert Island Jazz, out of  WHFC 91.1 FM, Bel Air, MD. Classic and contemporary straight-ahead jazz spanning 1950 to the present, hosted by Dave May.  Desert Island Jazz features the jazz giants from Adderley to Zawinul, plus up-and-coming talent deserving wider recognition. 

More air time from Koop Kooper…


Koop Kooper does it again on his syndicated on-line radio show, Cocktail Nation, featuring another track from Barbra’s Detour Ahead CD. See the show number, theme and the play list below:

Cocktail Nation 379 Retro Fashion

Talking retro fashion this week with an amazing book out of London with some spectacular photos which will give you some ideas when next updating your wardrobe. We talk Sinatra, space travel along with the best parties from across the globe.

Jimmy Borges Old Devil Moon.
Barbara Ween I Don’t Know
Billy May-The late late show
Gregg Arthur Fly Me To The Moon
Ludovic Bource Panic Plane
Frank Sinatra Mr Success
Combustible Edison Vertigo
Henry Mancini Background For Murder
Count Basie From Russia With Love
Chet Baker-Tenderly
Dicky Do And The Don’ts Vive La Mour
Jimmy Vargas Striptease And Noir
Nat King Cole- I’m Shooting High
Tony Bennet-With Plenty Of Money and You

Madmen era radio host airs Barbara and friends…


Barbara and friend’s rendition of Sunday in New York from her CD was recently aired on Koop Kooper’s radio broadcast that mixes the established greats in jazz with the up and coming and the here and now.


Koop Kooper is a radio host with his own syndicated show, Cocktail Nation, available  on stations throughout the U.S/ and online at:

Whistling from Fresno!

Here’s what Jim Compton-Schmidt has to say about Barbara:

My favorite “play list” includes tunes that i can whistle….that may make me a bit “old fashioned” because soooooo much of what i whistle comes from the “then” of jazz – especially the american song book (you will note that my program is titled “jazz then to now”…to me the “then” is the writing mostly and the “now” is the likes of you who know and love the “then” of america’s classical music – jazz..)….”out of this world” is in my head just now and i might just break out in a whistle any moment…teehee….

Thanks soooo much for your hard work…i love to play your “stuff”……