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What instrument do you play?
Who influenced you to listen to jazz
My step-father since I was 8 yrs old.
How did you find out about the WDCJN?
My Website
Official Facebook Profile
Where are you located?
Orlando, FL.
Tell us about yourself
Emcee for many jazz festivals and concerts.

Gigi Brooks, producer, programmer and host of GG’s Steamin’ Greens formally aired for three years on NPR affiliate station, WUCF 89.9 Jazz and more in Orlando, Florida has been collecting jazz records since the age of 8 years old. Her first jazz radio show, “Gina’s Jazz”, aired on WHPK 88.5 in Chicago, at the age of 15.

Gigi is a well respected jazz aficionado. Her current series “GG’s Jazz Greats and Legends” has been noted as “The #1 Jazz Series in America and The World” which features weekly live interviews with some of the greatest jazz musicians alive today. Her featured guests have included: Dr. Benny Golson, Christian Mc Bride, Alphonse Mouzon, ‘Little’ Jimmy Scott, Jimmy Heath, Wallace Roney, Dr. Yusef Lateef, Toots Thielemans, Jimmy Cobb, Cassandra Wilson, Bennie Maupin, Cyrus Chestnut, Dave Liebman, Stanley Clarke, Patrice Rushen, George Duke, Delfeayo Marsalis, Regina Carter, Bobby Watson, Marlena Shaw, Randy Brecker, Paul Carr, Carmen Lundy, Ron Carter, Marcus Miller, Herbie Hancock, Dr. Bill Cosby and more.

Now Gigi is expanding her audience to Europe and beyond and brings four hours of GG's Steamin' Greens to the Global City Radio weekend schedule. 11 am to 3 pm EST Saturdays, repeated on Sundays and available on demand. If you like Jazz you will love GG's Steamin 'Greens

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I love listening to GG's Steamin Greens~~~Christian McBride



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Outstanding!  What a wonderful interview, 

ought to be manditory listening for the entire planet.

Lets at least say that it was amazingly informative~~~Ian Dylan


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Great interview with Benny Golson on Dec. 18.

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Dear Gigi, I am listening with great interest to your Legends interviews.

If I may. Jimmy Heath was speaking like a statesman.  His description of his relationship with his friends in Philly and San Fran was very telling. Particularly the way he talked about how the comaraderie of musicians collaborated for the sake of music and music only.  The reed men loved to walk around with their mouthpieces only all day, just to see how they could develop a tone uniquie to themselves.  I ran with a number of them in my San Fran days.

Mr. Heath was right, i don't see that anymore.  Just like the jam session this most important component of jazz has eroded.  Biting but true.  Jimmy touched upon our relationship with the arts and government.  He is so right.  I was interviewed by the Orlando Sentinal once.  I made simliar remarks about the Florida scene.  The late great legend, Panama Francis read it and invited me over to his house with he and his wife to discuss this.  We who have the fire in the belly recognize each other. This is for all of the American art forms.  I just had discussions over the holidays in NY with
family and friends about how Aaron Copland tried to correct this at the Yaddo in Saratoga Springs NY, My hometown! He invited all of the major American artists to retreat at the Yaddo, Stipend free.  It was a 20 year endeavor that spawned our existing art progams in the greater US today.

Here for the first time Afro-American artists enjoyed the blessings of an environment that allowed the development of art for art's sake.  I mean 18 pulizer prize winners. People like Paul Robeson. Booker T. Washington, A Phillip Randolph, (one of my mentors) Marget Walker, Langston Hughes, our  jazz and classical greats in all the artist disiplines.  Last month I uncovered these records and told the story to the astonishment of my community.  This was a secret program.  J Edgar Hoover tried to shut it down.  They did not want this information to suface.  But it's here now.  Anyway, Jimmy Heath touched that nerve. Why can't we do that in the open
here like they do in Europe and elsewhere.

Well, after you read that mesmeriizing poem my eyes welled up. A pause,.  I waited to see how Mr. Heath handled it.  He did so graciously.  But when you played a song dedicated to Percy, there was not a dry eye in the house. 


Well done Ms Gigi. I have listened to Benny Golsen.  We had a day together in NY. By ourselves. The same with Billy Taylor.  Cobi Narita of the New York Jazz Coalition had a program similar to Steamin Greens.  Each week Cobi invited a guest to speak at an organized event, similar to what Christan McBride is doing with his Harlem Museum discussions too.  I was the only one that showed up during
their visits. I learned of their greatness then and there.  I was the scibe for the coalition so I got to be privy to a lot.  " I Remember Clifford" The great bassist  Reggie Workmen had me learn it as a bass bowing lession in Brooklyn. When Christian started talking about Billy Taylor I got teary eyed again.  You're shows are so emotional to me.
Little Jimmy Scott loved him some Paul Robeson.  You asked him twice to make sure.  Suprising that a man with a contra-alto voice deems his role model a deep bass.  But Jimmy explained it well, it's the way he told the story and  of course he was the ultimate statesmen for the American arts. 


To quote Mr. Golsen. "GIgi, you are famous!" I don't know what gives me the authority to say this Gina, but, I'M PROUD OF YOU!  I look forward to your year in broadcasting. 


your friend, Bill

William Lee Jones



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Boy, do I miss our lil social disagreement's~

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At 11:23pm on February 4, 2011, Yasuhiro "Fuji" Fujioka said…

John Coltrane's photo (sitting and holding flute and saxophone) you attached was taken by Charles Stewart at his photo studio around 4 am (meditation time) on May 30, 1966.

At 11:14am on January 26, 2011, Yasuhiro "Fuji" Fujioka said…

Thanks a lot for adding me as your friend.

I am a friend of Jimmy Heath, Benny Golson, Bobby Watson and others who came to my Coltrane House of Osaka, Japan for dinner and seeing my Coltrane memorabilia.

I enjoy your interview with them so much.

Keep in touch and I look forward to seeing you personally in my next trip to DC. My last visit to DC was in September 2009 for my lecture at UDC.

At 2:55pm on January 18, 2011, Jackson Michaels said…
Happy New Year! G.
At 6:07pm on November 22, 2010, Jackson Michaels said…
Believe it or not! It was really simple. The members page. I guess you are like on of the featured people!
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At 12:59am on November 21, 2010, Jackson Michaels said…
What's up GG?
At 4:09am on November 2, 2010, DUANE FREDERICK HUBBARD said…
Gigi is the bomb,and a very talented Jazzy lady.






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