There are a multitude of ways to enjoy Jazz Con Class Radio. I will start with all the physical devices (Output):
UPDATE 12/16/2017: Amazon Echo and Google Home (Apple HomePod is coming soon, will update then):
Here are the commands used in order to escape to Jazz Con Class Radio and listen to REAL music:
Amazon Echo: “Alexa, Play Jazz Con Class Radio on Tunein Radio”
Google Home: “Hey Google or Ok Google, Play Jazz Con Class Radio on Tunein Radio”
Apple HomePod: Coming soon!!
1. A computer (Microsoft Widows based or Apple iOS based.)
2. An Android based smart phone and/or tablet. An iOS based iPhone and/or iPad.
3. A streaming media device. You have Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV (Use the Tunein App or the Shoutcast App) and there’s more
4. Wireless Home Audio Systems: Sonos, Pioneer, Bose and many, many more.
5. Bluetooth Speakers: Logitech Jawbone, JBL and many more.
Then you have many different ways to obtain the stream itself (Input):
- From the Jazz Con Class Class “Listen Live Link”:
Or VERY IMPORTANT: You can open it DIRECT to the Live365 Player without Opening an Extra Window!
2. iTunes Listeners can hear the broadcast through the .pls file just (CLICK IMAGE TO TEST)
iTune Listeners simply need to go with the .pls file: JUST CLICK ON THIS LINK (or The image above for clearer instruction>, CLICK Image TO TEST) (After you click, just choose “OPEN” and make sure that “iTunes” is in the box that you will be opening) to open it. The link will open your iTunes portal and the music will start playing, very simple!
VERY, VERY, VERY IMPORTANT: You might probably have to add the Live365 Stream to iTunes because you never played it before. Follow these EASY Steps. 1. Open iTunes and Click on “FILE.” 2. THEN Click “OPEN STREAM” and COPY this file (https://broadcaster.live365.com/listen-link/a73229.pls) there. The stream should open and you will not have to do it again!
3. The Jazz Con Class Radio Android App.
4. The Jazz Con Class Radio iOS App.
5. Through Tunein Radio (On Computer or with their App)
6. There are many other streaming players out there that are not recommended and simply don’t work.
I will update this post as soon I find more dependable ways to listen to the Jazz Con Class Radio broadcast.
The year of 1960 was a pinnacle time for Jazz music and it’s future. Things were looking up as the Hard Bop