Visions: Celebrate Women’s History Month with music from Sarah Vaughan, Mary Lou Williams, jaimie branch, more

Listen to “Visions” with host Kaleigh Wilder every Monday from 8-10 p.m. ET on 101.9 WDET.

Sarah Vaughan, Mary Lou Williams, jaimie branch

A combination of photos of Sarah Vaughan, Mary Lou Williams and jaimie branch.

This week on Visions, we celebrate Women’s History Month!

You’ll hear music made exclusively by women, including Mary Lou Williams, Sarah Vaughan, Detroit’s pioneering all-women group Straight Ahead, and the late jaimie branch.

Plus, I’ll feature emerging artists Samara Joy, Alexis Lombre and more.

Visions Playlist for March 4, 2024

  • “By the Time I Get to Phoenix” – Dorothy Ashby
  • “Jailhouse Blues” – Amina Claudine Myers
  • “Higher Ground” – Regina Carter
  • “Soul Talk” – Terri Lyne Carrington
  • “The Ankh of Amen-Ra” – Alice Coltrane
  • “Black Bottom” – Geri Allen
  • “Detroit Fight Song” – Endea Owens
  • “Dust” – Brandee Younger
  • “Can’t Get Out of this Mood” – Samara Joy
  • “Theme 002” – jaimie branch
  • “Name Dreamer” – Angelica Sanchez
  • “I Adore You” – Esperanza Spalding
  • “Banana” – Joyce
  • “Midnight Sun” – Sarah Vaughan
  • “I’m Tired” – Alexis Lombre
  • “Now’s the Time” – Vi Redd
  • “Free Spirits” – Mary Lou Williams
  • “Children of the Forest” – Straight Ahead
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  • Kaleigh Wilder
    Kaleigh Wilder is a multi-instrumentalist and improviser based in Detroit. Speaking primarily through the baritone saxophone, Kaleigh combines elements of classical, jazz, avant-garde and Afro Diasporic influence into a unifying sound.