The Symphonola Radio Hour brings you the sounds of the roaring 20's-While you are here, please give us a vote!
TRADITIONAL JAZZ - RAGTIME - DIXIELAND - SWING - BIG BANDS -- 10's, 20's, 30's, 40's, 50's -- Classic Styles & Artist From New Orleans, Chicago, New York City, Kansas City, Los Angeles & Europe... Enjoy & Discover Rare Music!
1920s and 1930s Jazz and Pop guaranteed to wake up the mind and make it smile. Music that shimmers with wit and levity and beats with the pulse of life. Updated weekly! Playlists at http://radiolablog.blogspot.com
Ragtime, traditional jazz, and other syncopated dance music (1890s-1930s)
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.
Toe-tapping tunes from the 1920s, '30s, and '40s
Jazz, blues, hokum, western swing, and most anything else from before WW2.
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
Acker Bilk special this time around. Many of these recordings have not been heard for 50 years! Have a happy holiday season and thanks for tuning in to Trad. Jazz Radio. Please feel free to contact the station. Best wishes, Sean
Selections from my vinyl collection - New songs finally added!!!!
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.
Jazz-Swing / European Hot Dance Bands, European Dance Orchestras
Old time, Jug Band, Hot Jazz, Ragtime, Blues, roots, gypsy acoustic music from old and new artists.
1920s & 1930s Popular Music & Jazz
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.
The best music from the Golden Era - from 1920 to 1965. We've got it covered.