Jazz Radio Stations



Jazz music came about at the beginning of the 20th century, with its roots in African and European music and influenced by American popular music. Jazz has a great variety of styles and can describe music from a period of more than 100 years, beginning with ragtime in the early 1900s. Jazz is known for spontaneity and improvisation as well as swinging and repetitive patterns. Great jazz performers never perform a song the same way, instead altering the music at will. Traditional jazz is often played by public radio and college-run radio stations, with a concentration on jazz produced during the last 20 years. Latin jazz and smooth jazz are two variations of the genre. Listeners are mainly 25 years or older, with about the same number of females as males.

Examples of jazz artists include John Coltrane, Kenny G. and Louis Armstrong.

Examples of jazz songs:

1. Louis Armstrong, “What a Wonderful World”
2. Miles Davis, “So What”
3. John Coltrane, “My Favorite Things”
4. Dave Brubeck, “Take Five”
5. Billie Holiday, “God Bless the Child”

Jazz Radio Stations Las Vegas



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