Coastal Jazz Radio Moving up Steadily in Popularity

January 27, 2006 (Atlanta) On the air for only six weeks, internet station Coastal Jazz Radio is moving up steadily in popularity. Out of 320 jazz stations on Live 365's network, Coastal Jazz Radio is currently # 57. The most popular countries listening to Coastal Jazz Radio are the US, Canada, Japan, United Kingdom, Mexico, Czech Republic, Spain, Germany, Colombia, Netherlands, S. Korea, Sweden, Latvia, Thailand, Greece, Italy and Poland.

Billed as an "An Eclectic Mix of Jazz - plus Chill, Nu-Jazz, Electro-Jazz & More," Coastal Jazz Radio features well known artists such as Bill Evans, Brad Mehldau, Branford Marsalis, and Charlie Haden, but specializes in lessor known musicians. You'll hear the Hot Club of San Francisco, Nick Cuda, Mark Colby, Wolfgang Schalk, St Germain, Susan Getz, Mock Quintet featuring Danny Cao, Brian Patneaude Quartet, Karin Plato, Mike DiLorenzo, SolAzul, New Legends, Si*Se, Skyjuice; Slide Five, Yukijobo, Milton Marsh and many more. The station is on 24/7 and features eight three hour programs in constant rotation, with each program updated every week with new music.

For those not familiar with internet radio, it streams behind your other applications and is perfect for background music while you're on the computer at work or at home. Two big advantages to the internet format is that the name of the song and artist appears as the song is playing, as well as the option to buy the CD or the individual song. This easily allows you see the name of the song you like and know who the artist is. Tuning in is free and a high speed connection is recommended. The internet address is www.live365.com/stations/eliottjames.

Artists who would like to be considered for airplay are encouraged listen to the programs and determine if their music fits the stations format. If it does, send a CD to Eliott James, Coastal Jazz Radio, 188 Summerlake Dr SW, Marietta, GA 30060, USA.

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: Eliott James
  • Subtitle: Welcomes Jazz Artists Submissions
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