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Sep 7

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1:00
am

Blues Before Sunrise

For years DJ Steve Cushing has aired Blues Before Sunrise, the "Blues Heritage Showcase." Broadcast from 1:00 to 6 a.m., Blues Before Sunrise has long served an audience that includes loyal home listeners, musicians lounging on break, lovers in their living rooms, cab drivers and other service workers pulling the graveyard, and even teen airwave surfers discovering an entire musical world peopled by cats who were hip before them. The show features a different decade of heritage blues each hour.

Blues Before Sunrise site »


6:00
am

Saturdays with Susan

A morning jazz mix with longtime KMHD host Susan. Tune in and experience wonderful melodies for your Saturday morning, from 6 to 9 AM. It's your weekend wake-up show!

Saturdays with Susan site »


9:00
am

Bom Dia (good morning!)

In Portuguese it's pronounced Bom Gia! Brazilan music expert (and fluent Portuguese speaker) Krishna brings you Bossa Nova and Brazilian jazz with a the right beat. It's a great way to start your Saturday morning. bomdiapdx@gmail.com

Bom Dia (good morning!) site »


11:00
am

Hard Choices

Hard choices is all about Hard-bop, Modal, and Post-bop Jazz. Think Miles, Blakey, Monk, Mingus, Rollins, Brown and Roach, and more! Join us as we explore themes and the artists that made the music that inspired generations. Hosted by Chuck Michaelson.

Hard Choices site »


1:00
pm

Divaville

Join host Christa Wessel for a swellegant evening of music, highlighting vocalists from the 1920s-1960s. christa@divaville.org

Divaville site »


3:00
pm

Jazz From the Left

Cool out on a Saturday afternoon with the story of "cool" and West Coast Jazz. The warm tones of Raoul's voice fill the airwaves as he takes you on a trip through the mellow, the hip and the best West coast jazz has to offer.

Jazz From the Left site »


6:00
pm

Jukebox Saturday Night

Pop hits from the 30's, 40's and 50's with Art Abrams. artabramsjazz@gmail.com

Jukebox Saturday Night site »


7:00
pm

The Gold Standard

In text books, the Golden Age of Jazz is music of the 20s, 30s, and 40s. But, to the modern ear, the sounds of the 50s, 60s, and 70s tend to be what we think of when we're talking "classic jazz." Join host Andrew Dowd as he presents The Gold Standard which explores Jazz's NEW "Golden Age." From classic label output, to the trends and styles, to the musicians that made it happen - the Gold Standard is solid - start to finish.

The Gold Standard site »


10:00
pm

The Drop Shop

Raw R&B, jazz and funk for your Saturday night. Tune in and get up to get down with Steven Vaughn Kray!

The Drop Shop site »


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