Due to cost and lack of listeners Jodash 50's will close on Aug13 you can listen to the 50's along with 30's & 40's by going to http://live365.com/stations/plod99 ,broadcasting In 24kam they way you used to listen
We play radio programs from the golden age of radio 1930-1962. Visit us at vintagebroadcast.com for custom download and CD copies. High quality shows direct from disc. You can help keep this Live 365 show on the air with your purchase at our online store.
Lounge music at it's best. Vintage crooners and steamy divas. Retro commercials and sound tracks! Now sound!
The NOSTALGIA Station !!!! Songs from the 1930s right up to the present day !!! (From Al Jolson to Adele) !!!!!
TED HEATH 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!
Jazz pianist Ray Sherman's favorite classic-jazz records (30s-50s). For personnels click on broadcaster's website.
Music for Lindy Hoppers (& other swingers)
Preserving the history of Jazz from the 00's to the 50's
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.
Music for a rainy day or a rainy disposition. Classic Jazz and Vocal Ballads from the 30's forward. Great music to ease your troubled mind. - EveningMelancholy.com
Those wonderful cold war years! Space age pop, easy listening, lounge, exotica, movie/tv themes, novelty hits and wacky propaganda!
Jazz, blues, hokum, western swing, and most anything else from before WW2.
Your selected favorite songs !
Kansas City jazz from the 1920s and on, the way it was meant to be heard: all day and all night! Booze, broads, Blackjack, barbeque and blues.
Blues, roots, soul and rock n roll, and not just the hits. Best selection of early 50's RnB anywhere. Throw in lots of doowop and New Orleans classics, some rockabilly, Brit invasion, 50's standards, brew it up, that's Oldies and Blues
Turn back time and celebrate the wonderful voices of women of the Sixties! Peace, Thomas Callahan