Smooth Jazz Radio Stations

We have 173 radio stations playing Smooth Jazz.

96.9 The Oasis - The World's Smooth Jazz Place

Jazz Funk Soul - Life And Times
Genres: smooth jazz new age jazz

Big Blue Playing music for Lindy Hop, Charleston, Balboa, Swing, and Blues

Kay Kyser - Woody Woodpecker
Genres: swing big band jazz blues

Genres: jazz

1000 Smoothhits

Ronny Jordan - Aftermath
Genres: jazz easy listening soul lounge smooth jazz

Radio Bellissima Relax

Chris Standring - Reflection
Genres: lounge ambient easy listening jazz

Qfm Jazz

Dj Prabhat - Voices Of Goa - Asian Chill Chilled Asian Grooves Boxset

Genres: cool jazz

Gaia FM New Zealand

Medwyn Goodall - Pastel Moods

Genres: misc international smooth jazz

RadioSkyMusic Jazz

Only Music Cool Jazz
The Pointer Sisters - Slow Hand
Genres: jazz

Radio Radio Network - Marbella v2

Dan Siegel - What Goes Around
Genres: jazz

1940s Radio Station

Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra - Whatcha Know Joe (1942)
Genres: swing jazz blues big band

The Source Smooth Jazz Radio - KJAC.DB

George Howard - Grover's Groove [feat. Rex Rideout & Professor Philmore]
Genres: smooth jazz

Hi On Line Jazz Radio

Music for the hifi lover
Cafe Americaine - Manhattan Lobby (Jazzlounger Mix)
Genres: jazz

Gdynia Radio

Polish The Sounds - Our Kando
Genres: latin jazz bossa blues rocknroll world music britpop oldies lounge 80s

Kelly Price - As We Lay
Genres: southern soul blues old school r b neo soul jazz zydeco gospel

Casiopea - Romancing

Genres: jazz fusion

Oscar Peterson Trio - Night train
Genres: jazz

The Loft

Marvin Gaye - You're All I Need To Get By (with Tammi Terrell)
Genres: smooth jazz and soulful vocals

Christian Smooth Jazz

Smooth Jazz bathed in the God's Spirit.

Genres: jazz smooth christian

Smooth Groove Radio "The Vibe"

The Right Stuff - Baby Give Me One More Chance [1TYu]
Genres: smooth jazz

Vid 90

Paco de LucĂ­a, Larry Coryell - Convite
Genres: jazz

About Smooth Jazz Music

Smooth jazz is a radio format (and as some would consider, a sub-genre) of jazz music. It initially grew from jazz fusion and it is heavily influenced by rhythm and blues, funk, rock and pop music. Although the term itself uses the word jazz, musically the genre does not have all that much in common with traditional jazz music, instead it is generally more orientated towards smooth pop and rnb music.

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