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Alex N. "Sleepy" Stein (b January 15, 1919, in Savannah, Georgia, d. July 27, 2000, in Rancho Palos Verdes, California) was a jazz disc jockey and radio station owner often broadcasting from the Lighthouse Café in Hermosa Beach (1957 - 1966). The station became known as "The Jazz Knob".

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from BookBub Blog

10 Historical Fiction Books About the Jazz Age

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Sirius XM is satellite radio - where you have access to a number of stations that can say and play what radio personalities want without conventional radio restrictions from the FCC.

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from RadioTimes

Will Young and Gregory Porter are among hosts of pop-up BBC Music Jazz radio station

There will be constant jazz on the airwaves from November

"Best Non Pop Vocalist for 30 years" Born Bjork Guomundsdottir in Iceland in 1965. Bjork is a renowned experimental rock/pop singer songwriter, multi instrumentalist & actress. At Reykjavík School Barnamúsíkskóli, Bjork studied classical piano and flute. Bjork's version of Tina Charles' "I Love to Love" was sent to RUV radio station by her teachers. Bjork would come into prominence internationally after her 1987 track "Birthday" with band The Sugarcubes gained critical acclaim.

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from Bellatory

Women's Fashions of the 1920's - Flappers and the Jazz Age

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1969 - Carlos Santana (guitar, vocals; born 7/20/47), Jose Chepito Areas (timbales; born 7/25/46), David Brown (bass; born 2/15/47), Mike Carabello (congas; born 11/18/47), Gregg Rolie (keyboards, lead vocals; born 6/17/47), Michael Shrieve (drums; born 7/6/49)

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from eBay

Headphones Music DJ Wall Stickers Wall Art Decal

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