Jose Reyes

Jose Reyes

The 2015 “End of Year Drive”

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Hello fellow loyal Jazz Con Class Radio listeners and welcome to the “End Of Year Drive.” This is an opportunity for you to give back, in order to further help the development/progress of this Jazz station. It will also help insure the station stays on the air. I am not going to proceed with the expenses/costs to maintain the broadcast alive for all to enjoy. There will be two ways to contribute and make this drive a successful one:
1. You can donate any amount by clicking on the “Donate” button:




 

2. Or you can purchase the “World Class” Jazz Con Class Radio” T-Shirt on the “Official T-Shirt ” link.

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"A site for true jazz lovers, for TRUTH lovers, for anyone looking to
escape the garbage passed off as real music today and experience
something real. Art at its finest, and I listen in just about every
day. Thank you for your good and necessary work, Jose."

- Alex Rivero- New Jersey (USA)

"Jazz Con Class is a wonderful discovery. I never have to change it because each tune is selected so carefully. It lifts my spirits and at the same time teaches me about a side of music I otherwise wouldn't have exposure to. This is honest, real music and I'm glad to have the chance to listen to it."

- J.J.- Virginia (USA)

"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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