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All the different ways to enjoy Jazz Con Class Radio

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LATEST UPDATES:

1/15/2022: Amazon Echo

Here are the commands used in order to escape to Jazz Con Class Radio and listen to REAL music “Independenty“:

Amazon Echo: “Alexa, Play Jazz Con Class Radio”

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7/16/2020: Sonos Radio

On your Sonos system’s dashboard there’s an option “Sonos Radio.” click on the search box and just type “Jazz Con Class Radio”and you will see it there.

8/09/2017:

Google Home“Hey Google or Ok Google, Play Jazz Con Class Radio on Tunein Radio”

There is a multitude of ways to enjoy Jazz Con Class Radio. I will start with all the physical devices (Output):

1. Hardware: 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):

  1. From the Jazz Con Class Class “Listen Live Link”:
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Or VERY IMPORTANT:

A. You can listen to the LIVE365 broadcast DIRECTLY with the Live365 Player(Click Here) without Opening an Extra Window!    

B. Or in the most Direct/Raw and BETTER SOUNDING

2. iTunes Listeners can hear the broadcast through the .pls file.

 Just simply need to go with the .pls file:  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 then Paste this file (https://streams.radio.co/s28f48cb7d/listen) there in the box provided. 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 periodically update this post as soon as I find more dependable ways to connect with the Jazz Con Class Radio broadcast.

"Hi José Reyes,
I have been listening to your radio broadcasting for some time and I can assure you without a doubt that your jazz program is the best on the entire network. I hope you could keep it for a long time without advertising and maintaining the quality that characterizes you. My girlfriend and I heard you from Basque Country in Spain with great pleasure for our ears and our senses. That's why we congratulate you and thank you!"

- Rober- (Spain)

"With all the junk music masquerading as jazz on the Internet, we have
a great gift from Jose in Jazz Con Class. He has given us classic jazz
in its finest recordings. Me gusta mucho, Jose, y gracias!"

John Goodman
Author "Mingus Speaks"
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- John Goodman- (Mexico)

"I appreciate Jazz Con Class Radio because I love bop, hard bop, and related jazz forms. I especially appreciate Jazz Con Class because of the great range of musicians and cuts that are played. Although I like to hear Miles Davis play So What and John Coltrane play My Favorite Things, familiar cuts like these are heard too often on other jazz stations. Unlike other jazz stations, Jazz Con Class Radio frequently surprises me with great music that is not so familiar to me. I love it. And I also love the absence of commercial interruptions.

Although I am not a musician or an authority on music, I teach a Bop seminar for first-year students at the University of California at Davis. In addition to hearing the music, the students learn about the musicians and urban culture in the 40s, 50s, and 60s. I often play Jazz Con Class Radio at the start and end of class meetings. The music is a wonderful gift. The station is also a wonderful gift."

- Bruce Jaffee-California (USA)
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