Old Time Music Radio plays old time music from the pioneers of OTM like Uncle Dave Macon, Doc Boggs, and Charlie Poole to contemporary old time music from groups like Uncle Earl, Crooked Jades, and Foghorn String Band.
Old time, Jug Band, Hot Jazz, Ragtime, Blues, roots, gypsy acoustic music from old and new artists.
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.
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
Great Big Band Music from the last 80 years.
All the best in lindy-hop, blues, swing, jazz 24 hours a day
On the 2nd of May 2011 this station will cease. Live 365 will make it VIP. I leave the legacy for you. Find me now at Sky.Fm - Jazz Classics, playing 10,000 tracks
BIG BAND SWING SMOOTH JAZZ EASY LISTENING with dj BOB RANDALL
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!
Jazz-Swing / European Hot Dance Bands, European Dance Orchestras
Bebop Radio: 100-Percent Jazz Vocals! Only the Vootiest and the Voutiest!
Jazz, blues, hokum, western swing, and most anything else from before WW2.
The Music Of Your Life
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
Broadcasting 100 percent accordion music, 24 hours per day. Try http://www.accordionshop.com for CDs of artists you hear on the station, new ones to be added on a regular basis. Follow us on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/accordionradio