Corey Goldberg

Operations Assistant

Corey fell in love with jazz by the time he got to track 2 on his first listen of Miles Ahead. He produces WBGO’s on-air spots, engineers live events like Kid’s Jazz and the Gateway 2 concert series, and records many of our in-studio performances. His audio production, writing, and voice-over work have earned two New Jersey Broadcasters Association awards. Corey is graduate of Rutgers University’s Jazz History and Research M.A. program.

Ways to Connect

John Abbott

With his new release, Zenith, pianist Michael Wolff has captured the diverse spirit of a solo recording done exceptionally well. The album includes an original New Orleans bounce, some Coltrane in ragtime, Sufjan Stevens and more. 

Michael stopped by Morning Jazz to chat about his past associations with Sonny Rollins, Cal Tjader, Cannonball Adderley and Nancy Wilson — and play some inspired piano  on our Steinway grand.

Kevin Eubanks has been a head-turning jazz guitarist since his debut album, Guitarist, almost 35 years ago. His new release, East West Time Line, is the latest in a series of self-assured statements since he walked away from his job as leader of the Tonight Show Band, in 2010. 

Hear Judy Niemack and pianist Dan Tepfer as they stop by Singers Unlimited to chat with Michael Bourne about their new album, Listening to You. They'll also share a few tunes live in our studio — including an impromptu take on a standard.  

Interview originally aired August 17, 2004.

Late multi-Grammy winning singer Al Jarreau joined Michael Bourne for this chat in 2004. Covering topics including his influences from Jon Henricks and Johnny Mathis to his ability to switch genres, Jarreau enjoys the conversation so much that before it ends he's asking Bourne for a copy so he can hear it again.