JAZZ.FM91 announces six new weekly programs

JAZZ.FM91 is excited to announce a number of exciting new shows added to our weekly programming lineup.

Tuesday nights have now taken on a new shape with three new programs.

During Voice Tracks on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET, Dani Elwell explores the newly breaking and long-treasured vocalists who deserve to be showcased in the world of jazz.

That’s followed by New Origins on Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET, during which Rich Brown embarks upon a far-reaching, mind-expanding auditory quest for new and unique jazz sounds.

Then the night ends with Beyond the Fringe at 11 p.m. ET, with Danny Marks continuing his exciting exploration of music in this spinoff from his long-running BLUZ.FM program.

JAZZ.FM91 is proud to also welcome Céline Peterson to the team as the host of No, I Do Not Play Pianoon Saturday mornings at 8 a.m. ET. She plays the music that has been a part of her life’s journey so far and shares stories from all along the way.

Later that day, Alex Pangman hosts Swing Set every Saturday at 7 p.m. ET. During this program, the Juno-nominated vocalist and composer known as “Canada’s Sweetheart of Swing” shares the records and stories of the swinging music that began to take shape in the 1920s, hit its stride in the ’30s and ’40s, and continues to be played by artists today.

Finally, Walter Venafro hosts Blurred Lines on Saturday nights at midnight, immediately following BLUZ.FM. The show offers a late-night soundscape that crosses the worlds of jazz, fusion, neo-soul, funk and R&B.

Unfortunately, Bill and Jesse King have decided not to continue with Soul Nation. Although we’re sad to see them go, we respect their choice. We want to thank them for their contribution over the past three years and we wish them nothing but the best going forward.

We hope you’ll join us in welcoming our new hosts, and we hope you enjoy these new programs as we continue to discover music together.

See our weekly program schedule here.