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SaturdayJazzShowLogoThis here is an announcement for the Jazz Con Class Radio listeners and just another example/reason why this Jazz broadcast is internationally known! I will be adding another time slot for the five-hour “Saturday Jazz Show” which airs on Saturdays, New York Time, that is. The new added time slot will be 2 A.M. and will run until 7 A.M. I know, not the most convenient time for New Yorkers and the better half of the United States but perfect for other countries on the other side of this planet, in which we all live on. This Jazz presentation will repeat afterwards at 1 P.M. and end at 6 P.M. New York Time. This is a big PLUS for the listeners, they will really enjoy the concoctions of real quality Jazz music that I assemble for them to enjoy. I try to tie them all up together in a sort of theme and for the specific reason of keeping the listeners preoccupied and entertained. I change the playlist every week so the listeners never get bored and disinterested. Checkout the Playlist main page and also checkout the Schedule link where these playlists live. I want to thank all the listeners of Jazz Con Class Radio who tune in regularly and share its existence with other that would be interested in the great art form of Jazz music. Although I have a great selection of classic/traditional Jazz broadcasting at 24 hours a day, it is still very challenging. The listeners are are gourmet Jazz lovers with a considerable amount knowledge concerning these legendary musicians. Very challenging indeed and sure keeps me aware and alert as well. High quality is in constant demand, so the broadcast must deliver the goods! Enjoy and if you have any feedback, you can either use the comment section below or send me a message here. Thank you for listening!

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