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Senior Notes
Senior Notes

Scott Arthur reminisces about a lifetime of experience, talks to others who've had interesting lives and plays music from the good old days.

Don Kennedy Show
Don Kennedy Show

The Don Kennedy Show is a two hour, weekly program offering a wide selection of music from the Great American Songbook, presented in an informal manner. Both current recordings with today's singers and instrumentalists and revered standard recordings are heard. The selection of muisc is style-based, rather than calendar-based with reliance on material from composers such as Cole Poerter, the Gershwins, Rodgers & Hart, Mercer & Arlen and Carmichael, among so many others, heard in popular style.

Big Band Jump
Big Band Jump

Don Kennedy is also the host of this program, which has been a listener favorite for almost 20 years. Big Band Jump is heard internationally and includes both original and later Swing music and stories behind the songs.

Seems Like Old Times
Seems Like Old Times

Seems Like Old Times is a two-hour program hosted by Craig Orndorff that celebrates the golden era of popular music - from the standards to the beloved pop hits, to jazz and swing performed by the big bands and great singers. It features present-day performers, too. Each show features "The Top Ten" - a countdown of the top records from the weekend of a selected year...from the 30s to the 60s! Plus audio clips from news, movies and classic commercials of the day.

American Standards by the Sea
American Standards by the Sea

Dick Robinson brings his passion for the Great American Songbook to this two-hour show, which he broadcasts from his studio aboard the 70 foot yacht, "Airwaves." He blends the artistry, interviews and anecdotes of talents like Sinatra, Bennett, Ellington, Basie, Fitzgerald, Nat and Natalie Cole, Michael Buble', Steve Tyrell and Diana Krall.

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The Bill Miller Show

The Bill Miller Show began nearly 40 years ago in Pittsburg, Kansas. The brainchild of Jim Harbart and Gary Hannes, it began as a local show called Wax Works, that featured music from a collection of 78 rpm records. By 1990, Bill was hosting and soon was known by its present name. Bill puts together five hours of music, audio clips and stories. Gary (now living in Guanajuatao, Mexico) still contributes to the show.

Anything Goes Banner
Anything Goes!!

Anything Goes!! offers an alternative to much of the other contemporary radio programing. The playlist and the attitude are different. Lise's goal is to add a smile, lower stress, slow down after a long week and broaden the listeners' minds. Lise loves to play the classics but the listeners tune in to be introduced to new artists too. Lise plays not only the musics from the big guys and big labels, but also gives a chance to unsigned and independent artiists to be heard too. You'll hear jazz, standards, classic pop and artists interviews.

Swingin' Down the Lane

Swingin' Down the Lane!

Swingin' Down the Lane is dedicated to keeping the Big Band sound alive and well. You'll hear Big Band and Swing from Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, Count Basie, Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller and of course, the illustrious Duke Ellington. We also feature the vocalists like Frank Sinatra, Ella fitzgerald, Rosemary Clooney and Perry Como. Since 1983, David Miller has used his accumulation of more than 9,000 recordings to make Swingin' Down the Lane your best source of Big Band news and information!

   
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