Busy Schedules And A Big Change Can’t Slow The Manhattan Transfer


Janis Siegel, Alan Paul and Cheryl Bentyne have been plenty busy working on their own solo projects, as well as working with countless bands around the world. But the passing of their collaborator (and the group’s founder) Tim Hauser in October of 2014 had many of their fans thinking the Manhattan Transfer may have rolled into the station for the last time.

Happily, there’s no stopping the world’s premier vocal group. They’ve permanently added Trist Curless, longtime member of the vocal group “m-pact”, and a new album from the group is in the works. If this exclusive performance on 88.5 is any indication, it will surely satisfy the Man Tran’s dedicated fans as much as it did our studio audience.

Steve Treseler, Saxophonist In Motion

https://cpa.ds.npr.org/kplu/audio/2018/04/steve_tressler_s_in_motion_quartet_spring_18_01.mp3 We’ve grown accustomed to his face, sax player Steve Treseler had performed in the KNKX studios as a sideman and as a mentor to

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