Tune in Wednesday evening from 6-9 PM to hear this week's edition of the Musician's Show, where we will be joined by drummer, composer, arranger, and educator Curtis Nowosad. A Winnipeg native, Nowosad currently resides in New York City, and has performed at some of the city's best venues, including Smalls, Smoke, and Dizzy's Club Coca Cola, as well as jazz festivals in Canada, including Ottawa Jazz Festival and the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal. He is currently a graduate student and fellow of the Jazz institute at Manhattan School of Music, under the tutelage of John Riley, and will soon have completed his Master of Music. Nowosad has performed with a host of musicians, including Philip Harper, Donny McCaslin, Stefon Harris, Miguel Zenón, Jack Wilkins, George Colligan, Dave Douglas, Steve Wilson, Candido Camero, and Jimmy Owens and recently recorded with pianists Kenny Barron and Taylor Eigsti. His second album as a leader, Dialectics, which features Jimmy Greene on tenor saxophone, Derrick Gardner on trumpet, Steve Kirby on bass, and Will Bonness on piano, will be released in March 2015. Be sure to tune in this Wednesday night!