It gives me great pleasure to inform you that I am now representing a new broadcaster on the non-commercial radio scene. His name is Kyle Jameson. A native of Atlanta, Kyle has been a lifelong fan of Jazz, Fusion and New Age music. He grew up listening to this music on the radio, particularly on the show Jazz Flavors, which ran in Atlanta for over ten years.
He has built up an amazing collection of LPs, CDs and Cassettes from around the world, many of which are now out of print.
Now, Kyle is the host of a brand new weekly radio series called Portraits in Sound. If that name sounds familiar, it should. In the late 80s, there was a commercially syndicated show of the same name featuring light Jazz and New Age music. In resurrecting this series, Kyle features an eclectic mix of Contemporary Jazz and New Age predominantly from the 80s and 90s, including lots of rare, obscure, and hard to find tracks.
The show is one hour in length, and is produced weekly. Stations can download files from the program website, or, a shared Dropbox folder is available upon request.
If your station currently runs my Lake Air and or Lake Air Deep Tracks programs, you should seriously consider adding Portraits in Sound to your program schedule. Also, if you know of other stations which may be interested in taking this new series, I hope you will spread the word accordingly.
Check out Kyle's program website here, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
I hope you will consider giving this new broadcaster a fair shake. You'll be glad you did!