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The classic sounds and styles of jazz masters, past and present.

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The classic sounds and styles of jazz masters, past and present like Wynton Marsalis and live music from Jazz at Lincoln Center

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Saturday
12 am
Miller Time with Marcus Miller Esteemed producer/composer and bassist Marcus Miller joins Real Jazz’ Grammy winning line-up of hosts (Wynton Marsalis & Dee Dee Bridgewater are the others) with his new two-hour program Miller Time. Like the all-around musician he is, Miller serves up a 360 degree musical sample of jazz from the roots to the future, bebop to hip-hop, blues to fusion, old-time swing to new jack swing and anything in between. This week he features jazz with a touch of soul.

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12 am
Miller Time with Marcus Miller Esteemed producer/composer and bassist Marcus Miller joins Real Jazz’ Grammy winning line-up of hosts (Wynton Marsalis & Dee Dee Bridgewater are the others) with his new two-hour program Miller Time. Like the all-around musician he is, Miller serves up a 360 degree musical sample of jazz from the roots to the future, bebop to hip-hop, blues to fusion, old-time swing to new jack swing and anything in between. This week he features jazz with a touch of soul.
1 am
Real Jazz - Classic Jazz Swinging from coast to coast with classic jazz, the original American art form. Hear the masters who pioneered the music and the new artists who continue the tradition into the 21st century.
1 am
Real Jazz - Classic Jazz Swinging from coast to coast with classic jazz, the original American art form. Hear the masters who pioneered the music and the new artists who continue the tradition into the 21st century.
9 am
Real Jazz with Nicole Sweeney Nicole Sweeney intro in radio began at Temple University where she studied Broadcasting Communications & Mass Media. The born and bred New Yorker grew her passion for jazz while working at the legendary jazz station WRTI in Philadelphia. She then went on to work in jazz radio at WCLK in Atlanta and WBGO in Newark Known to some as “the Velvet Voice,” Nicole considers herself a lover and perpetual student of where jazz has been and where the music is going. Take the jazzy ride with her weekdays on Real Jazz
9 am
Real Jazz with Nicole Sweeney Nicole Sweeney intro in radio began at Temple University where she studied Broadcasting Communications & Mass Media. The born and bred New Yorker grew her passion for jazz while working at the legendary jazz station WRTI in Philadelphia. She then went on to work in jazz radio at WCLK in Atlanta and WBGO in Newark Known to some as “the Velvet Voice,” Nicole considers herself a lover and perpetual student of where jazz has been and where the music is going. Take the jazzy ride with her weekdays on Real Jazz
3 pm
Real Jazz with Mark Ruffin Mark Ruffin has spent his entire adult life bringing jazz to the people. He's a two-time Emmy Award-winning broadcaster who’s written over 600 magazine articles on the music. Hear him expound on Art Blakey, Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk and more.
3 pm
Real Jazz with Mark Ruffin Mark Ruffin has spent his entire adult life bringing jazz to the people. He's a two-time Emmy Award-winning broadcaster who’s written over 600 magazine articles on the music. Hear him expound on Art Blakey, Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk and more.
6 pm
The Lowdown: Conversations With Christian Grammy winning bass player Christian McBride is the host of a show that treats the listeners to a little comedy, a little trivia and a lot of music. Feeding on the energy of a live audience Christian digs inside his guests who include musicians and entertainers from jazz and other artistic genres
6 pm
The Lowdown: Conversations With Christian Grammy winning bass player Christian McBride is the host of a show that treats the listeners to a little comedy, a little trivia and a lot of music. Feeding on the energy of a live audience Christian digs inside his guests who include musicians and entertainers from jazz and other artistic genres
7 pm
Real Jazz with Greg Bryant Greg Bryant is a longtime curator of jazz as a broadcaster, writer, and musician. His career began while still in high school in Nashville, Tennessee. At 14, Greg hosted a weekly radio show on Fisk University's WFSK-FM. He moved on to WMOT-FM (Middle Tennessee State University) and WNUR-FM (Northwestern University), his respective undergrad and graduate alma maters. Greg won the 2022 Jazz Journalists Association “Podcast of the Year” for “Jazz United,” which he co-hosted with acclaimed critic Nate Chinen. He also hosted the overnight show “Jazz After Hours” on the renowned jazz station WBGO in Newark before joining Real Jazz, Sirius XM. He is also an accomplished working bassist touring and performing locally and abroad. Greg’s wife is jazz singer Dara Tucker. Greg Bryant is a longtime curator of jazz as a broadcaster, writer, and musician. His career began while still in high school in Nashville, Tennessee. At 14, Greg hosted a weekly ra
7 pm
Real Jazz with Greg Bryant Greg Bryant is a longtime curator of jazz as a broadcaster, writer, and musician. His career began while still in high school in Nashville, Tennessee. At 14, Greg hosted a weekly radio show on Fisk University's WFSK-FM. He moved on to WMOT-FM (Middle Tennessee State University) and WNUR-FM (Northwestern University), his respective undergrad and graduate alma maters. Greg won the 2022 Jazz Journalists Association “Podcast of the Year” for “Jazz United,” which he co-hosted with acclaimed critic Nate Chinen. He also hosted the overnight show “Jazz After Hours” on the renowned jazz station WBGO in Newark before joining Real Jazz, Sirius XM. He is also an accomplished working bassist touring and performing locally and abroad. Greg’s wife is jazz singer Dara Tucker. Greg Bryant is a longtime curator of jazz as a broadcaster, writer, and musician. His career began while still in high school in Nashville, Tennessee. At 14, Greg hosted a weekly ra
12 am
Real Jazz - Classic Jazz Swinging from coast to coast with classic jazz, the original American art form. Hear the masters who pioneered the music and the new artists who continue the tradition into the 21st century.

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12 am
Real Jazz - Classic Jazz Swinging from coast to coast with classic jazz, the original American art form. Hear the masters who pioneered the music and the new artists who continue the tradition into the 21st century.
9 am
Real Jazz with Nicole Sweeney Nicole Sweeney intro in radio began at Temple University where she studied Broadcasting Communications & Mass Media. The born and bred New Yorker grew her passion for jazz while working at the legendary jazz station WRTI in Philadelphia. She then went on to work in jazz radio at WCLK in Atlanta and WBGO in Newark Known to some as “the Velvet Voice,” Nicole considers herself a lover and perpetual student of where jazz has been and where the music is going. Take the jazzy ride with her weekdays on Real Jazz
9 am
Real Jazz with Nicole Sweeney Nicole Sweeney intro in radio began at Temple University where she studied Broadcasting Communications & Mass Media. The born and bred New Yorker grew her passion for jazz while working at the legendary jazz station WRTI in Philadelphia. She then went on to work in jazz radio at WCLK in Atlanta and WBGO in Newark Known to some as “the Velvet Voice,” Nicole considers herself a lover and perpetual student of where jazz has been and where the music is going. Take the jazzy ride with her weekdays on Real Jazz
2 pm
SF Jazz Collective Radio The SF Jazz Collective have emerged as one of the most influential 21st century bands in jazz today. Operating from their home base at the SF Jazz Centre, the first free standing stucture built just for jazz, they have toured the workd and recorded more than a dozen albums. Listen weekly as they bring their West Coast vibe alive, hosted by SF Jazz founder, Randall Kline.
2 pm
SF Jazz Collective Radio The SF Jazz Collective have emerged as one of the most influential 21st century bands in jazz today. Operating from their home base at the SF Jazz Centre, the first free standing stucture built just for jazz, they have toured the workd and recorded more than a dozen albums. Listen weekly as they bring their West Coast vibe alive, hosted by SF Jazz founder, Randall Kline.
3 pm
Real Jazz with Mark Ruffin Mark Ruffin has spent his entire adult life bringing jazz to the people. He's a two-time Emmy Award-winning broadcaster who’s written over 600 magazine articles on the music. Hear him expound on Art Blakey, Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk and more.
3 pm
Real Jazz with Mark Ruffin Mark Ruffin has spent his entire adult life bringing jazz to the people. He's a two-time Emmy Award-winning broadcaster who’s written over 600 magazine articles on the music. Hear him expound on Art Blakey, Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk and more.
6 pm
Real Jazz with Greg Bryant Greg Bryant is a longtime curator of jazz as a broadcaster, writer, and musician. His career began while still in high school in Nashville, Tennessee. At 14, Greg hosted a weekly radio show on Fisk University's WFSK-FM. He moved on to WMOT-FM (Middle Tennessee State University) and WNUR-FM (Northwestern University), his respective undergrad and graduate alma maters. Greg won the 2022 Jazz Journalists Association “Podcast of the Year” for “Jazz United,” which he co-hosted with acclaimed critic Nate Chinen. He also hosted the overnight show “Jazz After Hours” on the renowned jazz station WBGO in Newark before joining Real Jazz, Sirius XM. He is also an accomplished working bassist touring and performing locally and abroad. Greg’s wife is jazz singer Dara Tucker. Greg Bryant is a longtime curator of jazz as a broadcaster, writer, and musician. His career began while still in high school in Nashville, Tennessee. At 14, Greg hosted a weekly ra
6 pm
Real Jazz with Greg Bryant Greg Bryant is a longtime curator of jazz as a broadcaster, writer, and musician. His career began while still in high school in Nashville, Tennessee. At 14, Greg hosted a weekly radio show on Fisk University's WFSK-FM. He moved on to WMOT-FM (Middle Tennessee State University) and WNUR-FM (Northwestern University), his respective undergrad and graduate alma maters. Greg won the 2022 Jazz Journalists Association “Podcast of the Year” for “Jazz United,” which he co-hosted with acclaimed critic Nate Chinen. He also hosted the overnight show “Jazz After Hours” on the renowned jazz station WBGO in Newark before joining Real Jazz, Sirius XM. He is also an accomplished working bassist touring and performing locally and abroad. Greg’s wife is jazz singer Dara Tucker. Greg Bryant is a longtime curator of jazz as a broadcaster, writer, and musician. His career began while still in high school in Nashville, Tennessee. At 14, Greg hosted a weekly ra
12 am
Live From SFJazz Monthly concert series from the SF Jazz Centre

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12 am
Live From SFJazz Monthly concert series from the SF Jazz Centre
1 am
Real Jazz - Classic Jazz Swinging from coast to coast with classic jazz, the original American art form. Hear the masters who pioneered the music and the new artists who continue the tradition into the 21st century.
1 am
Real Jazz - Classic Jazz Swinging from coast to coast with classic jazz, the original American art form. Hear the masters who pioneered the music and the new artists who continue the tradition into the 21st century.
9 am
Real Jazz with Nicole Sweeney Nicole Sweeney intro in radio began at Temple University where she studied Broadcasting Communications & Mass Media. The born and bred New Yorker grew her passion for jazz while working at the legendary jazz station WRTI in Philadelphia. She then went on to work in jazz radio at WCLK in Atlanta and WBGO in Newark Known to some as “the Velvet Voice,” Nicole considers herself a lover and perpetual student of where jazz has been and where the music is going. Take the jazzy ride with her weekdays on Real Jazz
9 am
Real Jazz with Nicole Sweeney Nicole Sweeney intro in radio began at Temple University where she studied Broadcasting Communications & Mass Media. The born and bred New Yorker grew her passion for jazz while working at the legendary jazz station WRTI in Philadelphia. She then went on to work in jazz radio at WCLK in Atlanta and WBGO in Newark Known to some as “the Velvet Voice,” Nicole considers herself a lover and perpetual student of where jazz has been and where the music is going. Take the jazzy ride with her weekdays on Real Jazz
3 pm
Real Jazz with Mark Ruffin Mark Ruffin has spent his entire adult life bringing jazz to the people. He's a two-time Emmy Award-winning broadcaster who’s written over 600 magazine articles on the music. Hear him expound on Art Blakey, Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk and more.
3 pm
Real Jazz with Mark Ruffin Mark Ruffin has spent his entire adult life bringing jazz to the people. He's a two-time Emmy Award-winning broadcaster who’s written over 600 magazine articles on the music. Hear him expound on Art Blakey, Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk and more.
6 pm
Real Jazz with Greg Bryant Greg Bryant is a longtime curator of jazz as a broadcaster, writer, and musician. His career began while still in high school in Nashville, Tennessee. At 14, Greg hosted a weekly radio show on Fisk University's WFSK-FM. He moved on to WMOT-FM (Middle Tennessee State University) and WNUR-FM (Northwestern University), his respective undergrad and graduate alma maters. Greg won the 2022 Jazz Journalists Association “Podcast of the Year” for “Jazz United,” which he co-hosted with acclaimed critic Nate Chinen. He also hosted the overnight show “Jazz After Hours” on the renowned jazz station WBGO in Newark before joining Real Jazz, Sirius XM. He is also an accomplished working bassist touring and performing locally and abroad. Greg’s wife is jazz singer Dara Tucker. Greg Bryant is a longtime curator of jazz as a broadcaster, writer, and musician. His career began while still in high school in Nashville, Tennessee. At 14, Greg hosted a weekly ra
6 pm
Real Jazz with Greg Bryant Greg Bryant is a longtime curator of jazz as a broadcaster, writer, and musician. His career began while still in high school in Nashville, Tennessee. At 14, Greg hosted a weekly radio show on Fisk University's WFSK-FM. He moved on to WMOT-FM (Middle Tennessee State University) and WNUR-FM (Northwestern University), his respective undergrad and graduate alma maters. Greg won the 2022 Jazz Journalists Association “Podcast of the Year” for “Jazz United,” which he co-hosted with acclaimed critic Nate Chinen. He also hosted the overnight show “Jazz After Hours” on the renowned jazz station WBGO in Newark before joining Real Jazz, Sirius XM. He is also an accomplished working bassist touring and performing locally and abroad. Greg’s wife is jazz singer Dara Tucker. Greg Bryant is a longtime curator of jazz as a broadcaster, writer, and musician. His career began while still in high school in Nashville, Tennessee. At 14, Greg hosted a weekly ra
12 am
Real Jazz - Classic Jazz Swinging from coast to coast with classic jazz, the original American art form. Hear the masters who pioneered the music and the new artists who continue the tradition into the 21st century.

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12 am
Real Jazz - Classic Jazz Swinging from coast to coast with classic jazz, the original American art form. Hear the masters who pioneered the music and the new artists who continue the tradition into the 21st century.
Dermot Hussey

Dermot Hussey is the recipient of a Musgrave Medal, the prestigious Jamaican award for services to media and music, and an inductee of the Air Jamaica Jazz and Blues Hall of Fame. As co-author of Bob Marley: Reggae King of the World, and producer of the Marley interview on Marley’s album Talkin’ Blues, Hussey brings a refreshing island breeze to Real Jazz.

Joey DeFrancesco

Joey DeFrancesco is the undisputed king of the Hammond B-3 organ in jazz today. Since being discovered by Miles Davis as a teenager, Joey has released more than 30 albums, including his Grammy-nominated tribute to Michael Jackson’s “Never Can Say Goodbye.” Raised in Philadelphia where seemingly every important jazz organ player hails from, DeFrancesco knows the history of his instrument and keeps up with the youngsters who look up to him. Hear them all when he hosts Organized on Real Jazz.

Rhonda Hamilton

Native New Yorker Rhonda Hamilton is a legend in jazz broadcasting. She is a co-founder of the immensely popular Newark radio station WBGO, where she’s been on-air for almost four decades. Since 1980, she has been a regular voice on NPR, featured on many syndicated shows, including Jazz Set and Toast the Nation. In addition, she’s been honored by the Jazz Journalists Association, and as a recipient of the NYC “Ladies in Jazz Award.”

Marcus Miller

Legendary producer/composer/bassist Marcus Miller is a self-proclaimed 360 degrees musician. Having written major hits for Luther Vandross, David Sanborn, and Miles Davis, he can back up his claim. He is a two-time Grammy winner, one for jazz and the other for R&B. He displays his broadcasting chops and his wide range of musical tastes every week on Miller Time with Marcus Miller

Mark Ruffin

Mark Ruffin is a two-time Emmy-winning broadcaster and journalist who played jazz on the radio in Chicago for more than 25 years before joining the Real Jazz airwaves. Ruffin has written 600+ articles for Down Beat, Jazziz, Playboy, Chicago Magazine, and others; and he welcomes your requests and feedback. 

Eulis Cathey

For more than 30 years, Eulis Cathey has made his living in jazz as a radio personality, producer, and record company executive at Verve, Island, Atlantic, and other labels. His experience with artists such as Joe Henderson, Regina Carter, and Gary Bartz gives him great insight and passion for the genre.

Les Davis

Les Davis’s “eureka!” moment came during a Frank Sinatra concert at NYC’s Paramount Theater. For many decades since, he’s been a jazz broadcaster and host of shows at The Village Gate, The Blue Note, and other legendary haunts. “All those wonderful emails from the listeners really make my day,” says Davis.

Miller Time with Marcus Miller
Miller Time with Marcus Miller

Next Airs
Tuesday at 12 am
1 hr

Esteemed producer/composer and bassist Marcus Miller joins Real Jazz’ Grammy winning line-up of hosts (Wynton Marsalis & Dee Dee Bridgewater are the others) with his new two-hour program Miller Time. Like the all-around musician he is, Miller serves up a 360 degree musical sample of jazz from the roots to the future, bebop to hip-hop, blues to fusion, old-time swing to new jack swing and anything in between. This week he features jazz with a touch of soul.

Now Playing

Tue
12 am
Tue
12 am
Real Jazz - Classic Jazz
Real Jazz - Classic Jazz

Next Airs
Tuesday at 1 am
8 hrs

Swinging from coast to coast with classic jazz, the original American art form. Hear the masters who pioneered the music and the new artists who continue the tradition into the 21st century.

Next Airs
Tuesday at 1 am
8 hrs

Tue
1 am
Wed
12 am
Thu
1 am
Fri
12 am
Tue
1 am
Wed
12 am
Thu
1 am
Fri
12 am
Real Jazz with Nicole Sweeney
Real Jazz with Nicole Sweeney

Next Airs
Tuesday at 9 am
6 hrs

Nicole Sweeney intro in radio began at Temple University where she studied Broadcasting Communications & Mass Media. The born and bred New Yorker grew her passion for jazz while working at the legendary jazz station WRTI in Philadelphia. She then went on to work in jazz radio at WCLK in Atlanta and WBGO in Newark Known to some as “the Velvet Voice,” Nicole considers herself a lover and perpetual student of where jazz has been and where the music is going. Take the jazzy ride with her weekdays on Real Jazz

Next Airs
Tuesday at 9 am
6 hrs

Tue - Thu
9 am
Tue - Thu
9 am
Real Jazz with Mark Ruffin
Real Jazz with Mark Ruffin

Next Airs
Tuesday at 3 pm
3 hrs

Mark Ruffin has spent his entire adult life bringing jazz to the people. He's a two-time Emmy Award-winning broadcaster who’s written over 600 magazine articles on the music. Hear him expound on Art Blakey, Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk and more.

Next Airs
Tuesday at 3 pm
3 hrs

Tue - Thu
3 pm
Tue - Thu
3 pm
The Lowdown: Conversations With Christian
The Lowdown: Conversations With Christian

Next Airs
Tuesday at 6 pm
1 hr

Grammy winning bass player Christian McBride is the host of a show that treats the listeners to a little comedy, a little trivia and a lot of music. Feeding on the energy of a live audience Christian digs inside his guests who include musicians and entertainers from jazz and other artistic genres

Next Airs
Tuesday at 6 pm
1 hr

Tue
6 pm
Tue
6 pm
Real Jazz with Greg Bryant
Real Jazz with Greg Bryant

Next Airs
Tuesday at 7 pm
5 hrs

Greg Bryant is a longtime curator of jazz as a broadcaster, writer, and musician. His career began while still in high school in Nashville, Tennessee. At 14, Greg hosted a weekly radio show on Fisk University's WFSK-FM. He moved on to WMOT-FM (Middle Tennessee State University) and WNUR-FM (Northwestern University), his respective undergrad and graduate alma maters. Greg won the 2022 Jazz Journalists Association “Podcast of the Year” for “Jazz United,” which he co-hosted with acclaimed critic Nate Chinen. He also hosted the overnight show “Jazz After Hours” on the renowned jazz station WBGO in Newark before joining Real Jazz, Sirius XM. He is also an accomplished working bassist touring and performing locally and abroad. Greg’s wife is jazz singer Dara Tucker. Greg Bryant is a longtime curator of jazz as a broadcaster, writer, and musician. His career began while still in high school in Nashville, Tennessee. At 14, Greg hosted a weekly radio show on Fisk University's WFSK-FM. He moved on to WMOT-FM (Middle Tennessee State University) and WNUR-FM (Northwestern University), his respective undergrad and graduate alma maters. Greg won the 2022 Jazz Journalists Association

Next Airs
Tuesday at 7 pm
5 hrs

Tue
7 pm
Wed - Thu
6 pm
Tue
7 pm
Wed - Thu
6 pm
SF Jazz Collective Radio
SF Jazz Collective Radio

Next Airs
Wednesday at 2 pm
1 hr

The SF Jazz Collective have emerged as one of the most influential 21st century bands in jazz today. Operating from their home base at the SF Jazz Center, the first free standing stucture built just for jazz, they have toured the workd and recorded more than a dozen albums. Listen weekly as they bring their West Coast vibe alive, hosted by SF Jazz founder, Randall Kline.

Next Airs
Wednesday at 2 pm
1 hr

Wed
2 pm
Wed
2 pm
Live From SFJazz
Live From SFJazz

Next Airs
Thursday at 12 am
1 hr

Monthly concert series from the SF Jazz Center

Next Airs
Thursday at 12 am
1 hr

Thu
12 am
Thu
12 am

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