Jerry Granelli, who will bring his trio to the NAC Fourth Stage on October 12, was interviewed on Q on CBC Radio on August 10.

The Halifax-based musician started things off with a solo drum performance, then talked about his days on the San Francisco jazz scene in the '50s and '60s; his path to Buddhism; and his new record "Let Go."

Later in the show, special guest Charles Spearin (of Broken Social Scene, Do Make Say Think, and his own solo renown) joined Jerry for a live improvisation.  It was the first time they'd ever played together – and the first live improvisation on the show in Q's history.

You can hear the interview here.