TOMMY DORSEY FEATURED TODAY!!The greatest Swing-Jazz Big Bands! The BEST singers: Sinatra, Ella, Tony, Lee! LIVE PERSONAL COMMENTARY, Bandleader Biographies, LIVE Recordings... Enjoy AND LEARN!
NEW PLAYLIST of over 50 Big band era remote radio broadcast transcriptions from hotel ballrooms, restaurants and dance locations. Heard on major radio networks in the 1930s & 40s. with added transcriptions from 1950s and 1960s. See BigBandRemote.com
Playing the best in smooth jazz, great vocals and latin flavours! Featuring classic jazz from the Great American Songbook as well as rare tunes the world forgot. If you like Billie Holiday and Louis Armstrong you will love our program. Enjoy!
The artists in this segment share these two things: They are all still living and playing great jazz. Listen and support their artistry.
Classic Jazz Dixieland
Great Big Band Music from the last 80 years.
Louise Brooks inspired, silent film themed music of the Teens, Twenties, Thirties and today - featuring recordings by early film stars, music from the movies, show tunes, sweet jazz, dance bands, European rarities, novelty numbers, and lots, lots more.
NOW DOUBLED PLAYLIST, now500 Selections.Playing selections by the great dance bands...single records by early jazz bands, swing orchestras and vocalists with some radio edits from radio broadcasts of the Big Band Era. Companion stream to BigBandRemote.com
BIG BAND SWING SMOOTH JAZZ EASY LISTENING with dj BOB RANDALL
Mainstream jazz hosted by veteran producer & journalist Russ Neff
All the great leaders-Whiteman,Goodman,Miller,Shaw,Dorseys,Lombardo,Ellington, Barnet etc with a few smaller groups thrown in. Beautiful music which will help you relax with a few numbers to get your toes tapping.
Not just classic rock, not just modern rock-just great rock! You'll love it!!
Laid back, relaxed, downtempo jazz.....the artists and the music that defined Cool
The best of Post Swing Era big band jazz such as Rob McConnell, Maynard Ferguson, Gerald Wilson and Gordon Goodwin. For a more detailed playlist and discussion, go to http://modernbigband.wordpress.com/.
Toe-tapping tunes from the 1920s, '30s, and '40s