Sunday Time Warp - Jazz, blues, and funk for the weekend

It's been a while since I've had a regular music show on the air -- I went on hiatus in 2007 just before my wife and I started having all those bouncing baby boys -- but I'm completely excited to announce that WDNA will be airing my new show, Sunday Time Warp, every Sunday from 1 to 3 pm.  The types of music will stay rooted in jazz both old and new, with a healthy infusion of blues, funk, and other flavors of creative backbeats.  The first show is February 19, so let your family, friends, and even enemies know about the Sunday Time Warp.  If you're in South Florida, tune in at 88.9 FM; anywhere else in the world, stream it online at wdna.org.  Passing Notes, of course, will continue as usual at 11:05 am on Fridays, right after the BBC News.  Thanks for tuning in, downloading, or otherwise giving up a little access-love.

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