Jazz DJ Information

Here is the current cast of characters:

Steve Adler
Java Jazz
First Friday of the month, 6-9 a.m..
Plays soul, funk and contemporary jazz with occasional interviews.

The Phoenix Mix
Fridays, 3-6 p.m.
Bringing you selections of jazz, house, soul, funk, blues and other fine tracks to get your weekend started off right. Featuring classics, brand new releases and don’t forget a daily dose of dub and the “Switching On The Mixer” session with a continuous mix of choice house music every week.

Rick “The Kid” Casciano
The Other Side Of Jazz
Morning or afternoon substitute.
Take a trip through the many flavors of jazz. All styles and all artists are explored and none ignored.

Patrick Comas
Rush Hour
Afternoon substitute.
Playing the best of Jazz Music on your way home
from Work, School or Play. Please enjoy the Music!

Mike Darr
Mike In The Morning
Wednesday’s, 6-9 a.m.
From the old to the new, lots of music with featured sets.

Andy DeRocco
The Dean’s Den
Wednesday’s, 3-6 p.m.
The Dean holds class every show. Lots of great jazz, straight and true with an incredible amount of historical insight.

Paul Hensler
The Jazz Corner
Every Third Friday, 6-9 a.m.
Big band and classics – How can you go wrong?

City Lights
Morning or afternoon substitute
The first lady of smooth jazz! She’s been playing smooth jazz before it
was called smooth jazz!

Stan “The Porpoise” Kaminski
The Far Side of Jazz
Thursday’s, 4:30-6 p.m.
Reaching back to the fusion of the 70s and 80s through the 90s. Be prepared for the vintage vinyl from those timeframes.

Dr. Love
PM Jazz & Blues
Tuesday’s & Thursday’s, 6-9 a.m..
Smooth jazz and R&B on Tuesday’s and blues on Thursday. Let the good Doctor take care of your ills.

Cornell Lewis
Jazz Odyssey
Morning or afternoon substitute
The Odyssey is always straight ahead with insightful explorations of new and classic artists.

Kevin McCabe
Daybreak Jazz
Monday’s, 6-9 a.m.
Features contemporary and R&B-flavored jazz. Always a surprise or two and a drive-time special set with a featured artist. A great way to start the work week.

John Mertens
PM Jazz
Afternoon substitute
Straight and great.

Bob Parzych
Kitchen Sink of Jazz
Monday’s, 3-6 p.m.
The only jazz program that will play anything! There’s a diverse combination of segments each week, including: “Chet’s Corner,” a new music set, the voices set and the “5 p.m. special.”

Sassy Jazz
Afternoon substitute
Unpredictable. Loves those vocals!!

DeWayne Williams
City Lights
Sunday’s, Midnight-2 a.m.
The definition of smooth jazz, brought to by a host who knows the music and artists inside and out.