PubJazz with John Lasanich
The best in acoustically driven jazz, featuring swing, bop, post-bop, cool, and beyond from the classic sessions of yesterday and the new cats of today.
Author, critic, historian, and all-around nice guy Harrison Ridley, Jr. does it all with swing. Sunday nights are perfect for curling up next to your radio and taking a trip back to a time when swing and bebop elements of jazz were young, fresh, and...
David Ortiz spins the classics alongside the currents in the ever-growing field of Latin jazz.
Night owls and early birds, take note! Our jazz hosts are spinning classics from our library, and the latest in acoustic jazz just for you!Mark Quinlan can be heard from Sunday through Tuesday and Zivit Shank can be heard from Wednesday through Friday.
Jeff Duperon takes a jazz cruise down the Avenue of the Arts that ranges from Ellingtonia to hard bop, Mingus to the moderns, as we prepare to cross The Bridge at 10 pm.
Maureen Malloy takes the reigns after BP "high-tails it," with an eclectic mix of different genres of jazz. Be it Modern, Post-Modern, Latin, Bop, Hard-Bop, Big Band or the singers (old and new), you'll always find something you like, and learn why...
Bill Hillgrove’s voice became familiar to Pittsburgh audiences through disc jockey stints at several local radio stations, including WKJF and WTAE-AM. He also hosted the WQED-TV music showcase program JazzBeat.
Chuck Leavens love of music knows no bounds with experience in many music formats as his love of music is wide open to the sounds of life. He has known many artists and grew up with a few and to this day appreciates and promotes this music to a new...
Jazz is an important part of John's day, early or late. He finds it a great way to pass time in his activities, including writing science fiction, reading, or just being busy.
Scott Hanley has a special affinity for jazz-oriented radio. He has been a panelist at many national conferences specifically related to jazz music and has experience as a concert and festival producer/promoter. Mr. Hanley also serves as volunteer...
Each week, The Jim Cullum Jazz Band salutes jazz pioneers in live performances and fascinating stories that bring to life remarkable moments in the history of jazz.
Jeff hosts a hard-driving, three-hour romp through the jazz we have come to know and love as mainstream. Every show includes a little bit of something old, then a lot of something new, a mix of something borrowed, and a dash of something blue.
J. Michael Harrison presents his award-winning blend of jazz that takes you from the mainstream to the edge of the art. Rarely heard artists are played with regularity, as is a dash of jazz poetry.