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Jose Reyes

Happy New Year! and a podcast

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I want to extend my best wishes of a “Happy New Year” to all the listeners that are helping Jazz Con Class Internet Radio become a reality. I have not been on for 1 week yet and I have a steady stream of listeners already. Nothing big but promising. They are listening from Japan, Thailand, Germany, Canada, Spain, Italy, Romania, Russia, Brazil and of course, the United States. Thank you all for the support, I will continue to keep it as interesting possible. HAPPY NEW YEAR!

I am also placing a podcast (12 Noon to 1:30) New York Eastern Time) I’ve done already in the past (Cubanology Media Blog). I have many and will play them for you every now and then. Enjoy!

Ran into this video today:

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