Post Punk Radio is a podcast centered around the musical movement that happened immediately following the punk rock explosion of 1977. PPR has decided to focus on the years 1977 - 1991 (the year punk broke). The show’s host David Koslowski, is a record collector, music fan & musician. Thanks for listening. Post Punk Radio Durham, NC USA
By David Koslowski
Podcast del programa "Club de Jazz" que se emite semanalmente a través de www.elclubdejazz.com y en la radio a traves de UFM Alterna (Mexico). En Radio Vitoria EiTB (Euskadi) se emite una edición especial los días festivos. Dirige y presenta Carlos Perez Cruz desde la ciudad de Iruña - Pamplona y cuenta con colaboradores en Estados Unidos, Argentina y España. Un espacio para el Jazz y sus diversos géneros y también para la poesía, la música latina y la creatividad.
By Carlos Perez Cruz
Here's your chance to peek behind the curtain and too get "Up Close and Personal" with your favorite contemporary smooth jazz artists. "Our Vision" is to increase the profile of Jazz through education, listener participation and interaction. We’ll bring you the latest information about jazz festivals, award shows, concerts and much more. Our listeners are encouraged to call the show (1-347-934-0108) and talk with their musical heroes. Our featured guests are extraordinarily talented and they come from diverse backgrounds, creating a style of music thats sublimely beautiful, often exuberant and always innovative. "Grab your Coffee" and pull up a chair, and let’s share a bit of Coffee Talk. “Where Jazz Is the Order Of The Day!
By CoffeeTalkJazz Radio
Marc Gunn, author of the Celtic MP3s Music Magazine and the Irish and Celtic Music Podcast, presents the Irish Songs and Lyrics podcast. This is a weekly podcast where you can download a Celtic and Irish song by Marc Gunn. Learn Irish songs (and other songs from Marc) and share them with your friends. All songs are released under a Creative Commons Noncommercial ShareAlike License. This means if you like the music, please feel free to share it with your friends, YouTube it, or do whatever you like as long as you're not making money off it.
By Marc Gunn
Conversations from the Beer Tent. We've all had 'em. After a long competition weekend, we meet with other members of our pipe band, or pipers and drummers from the bands that we beat and that beat us. We raise a pint to the victors, we solemnly toast the losers. We discuss the judges, their decisions, rotten and otherwise... We talk about our favorite Grade 1 bands, the Worlds... Then we talk about other stuff, things that have nothing to do with bagpipes, drums, Scotland, cabers, or haggis. But this beer tent is for us, the great unwashed masses of bagpipers, snare drummers, tenor drummers, and the occasional bass drummer. This beer tent is for the Grade 5, Grade 4 players. We are not the experts, we are the fans. We do it because we love it, we watch it because we are fans. We do it again and again, even after the games leave us tired, broke, and occasionally hungover. So come on into the Beer Tent, sit down, have a pint, have a listen.