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Jose Reyes

Introduction “Take the Coltrane” special three-Hour, twice weekly

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There will be a three-hour introduction John Coltrane special on Thursday July 19 from 11AM to 2PM (USA-Eastern Time) and repeated on Saturday July 21 from 8PM to 11PM (USA-Eastern Time). This will be the first of many specials that I will be featuring in the future. This jazz special, “Take the Coltrane” special will consist of both, Coltrane lead bands and songs taken from special collaboration albums with other jazz giants. I will leave “Take the Coltrane” playlist as a regular fixture (same times) and will edit it with different Coltrane tunes every week. Checkout and familiarize yourself with the programing through the Schedule link, learn more about the other playlists here and their play times. Tune in and enjoy!

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Keep going, Jose. Jazz Con Class Radio is fabulous!"

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