It is with great regret to inform you that due to illness, as of Sunday 7/13/14 all programming will cease. This unfortunate interruption in our operation may only last two weeks or soon thereafter. Please check back and continue to enjoy our archives. Sorry for this inconvenience.
Friday 7/11 & Saturday 7/12
This Friday 7/11 @ 9pm EST is Jan Eberle's Swing Museum!
Jan Eberle presents the music of one of America's best, Lionel Hampton!
Here's Jan about this weeks program:
Swing Museum Program Archive Page
Immediatly followed by a weekly Bing Crosby live radio broadcast anywhere from the 1930's to the 1950's with big name guest stars and naturally lots of great music.
This Saturday 7/12 @ 9pm EST is Chris Valenti's Big Band Broadcast.
The ONLY 'All Request' Live Big Band Radio Show in the World!
Here's Chris about The Big Band Broadcast:
Our Historians also make an occasional visit. Our Big Band Broadcast Historian for over 30 years Bill Wallace along with Historian Specialists Chuck Henry and Bill Cwiklo help make it all the more musically interesting.
The last Saturday features The Top Five Countdown with Ronnie Allen. The top five requests of the month from around the world are tabulated by Ronnie Allen who worked with Casey Kasem and his Top 40.
The Top 5 Countdown opener:
Big Band Broadcast Program Archive Page
This Sunday 7/6 @ 7pm EST is Harry and Edna On The Wireless
with husband and wife hosts Harry & Edna from the UK
From the U.K. is Harry and Edna on the Wireless. It is an hour long bi-weekly radio show hosted by husband & wife team Harry & Edna. Their Website describes the program as a look At The Current British 1930's -1940's scene through a steamed-up monocle. Harry & Edna On The Wireless is set to a back drop of 'tip top' recorded gramophone music while stylish guests and big band artists help ensure a sense of old fashioned well-being. Inside knowledge of this greatest generations lifestyles and music as lived today in the UK cannot be heard anywhere else.
Harry and Edna On The Wireless Archive Page