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REAL JAZZ TALK is an on-line radio broadcast, hosted by Jazz personality, Lady Laranah Phipps. Real Jazz Talk is steadily becoming the pre-eminent on-line Jazz station and an essential broadcaster of Jazz music in all its various forms, enriching the cultural, educational and community experience of our listening audience. We strive to present world of jazz to our listeners, to showcase American jazz talent, to partner with and support those who teach, train and develop talent and students of jazz, to continue to support and develop jazz in America through information, education and entertainment. We strive to keep our listeners informed about events, news and development in the world of jazz. We strive to educate young musicians through partnerships with organizations, that teach, train and develop talent Jazz professionals. We encourage our listeners to develop an appreciation for jazz pioneers, jazz legends as well as supporting local and national jazz talent, by making great jazz available to everyone through broadcast, live performance and community outreach. our on-air personalities are as diverse as the jazz we play. We respect, appreciate and encourage our listeners to support our efforts by becoming a member of our program and making contributions to to our station. With our limited advertising and the pursuit of corporate sponsorship we value the importance of maintaining a healthy financial base of operations.

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As the swinging syncopation of jazz lingers in the background, mirroring our rallying cry for forward motion of our continued struggle....We stand together....and our collective voices and our American treasures are heard. In Jazz as in the... more

The History of Hot Jazz.....Featuring "Papa" Jack Laine. He is often credited with being the first White Jazz musician. He was a drummer and saxophonist. He formed his first brass band in 1888. The band performed Ragtime and... more

With Special Guests: Lorrain Stone, Jounalist and Radam Schwartz, Jazz Organist and Music Educator Etta James (born Jamesetta Hawkins; January 25, 1938 – January 20, 2012) was an American singer whose style... more

Relax and enjoy the smooth sounds of Jazz and R&B.....and beyond

A prolific performer who began by playing in New Orleans brothels, Jelly Roll Morton combined ragtime with various other musical styles, including blues, minstrel show tunes, Hispanic music, and white popular songs. His virtuosity at... more

Jazz was still in its pupal stage in the first decade of the 20th century. Some of the first jazz icons were born in the between 1886 and 1897. In this epsode we will explore the lives and music of : Scott Joplin Charles "Buddy" Bolden Joe... more

Let's continue the conversation................

The Trends, People and Events that Sparked the Emergence of Jazz When West African tribes were brought to the New World in chains, they carried their music and traditions with them. The powerful rhythms of African percussion... more
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