A SPECIAL SELECTION OF JAZZ

We love 1970’s when jazz was blended with funk, soul and rock. Record production boomed, musicianship and artistry ruled the music industry. SomehowJazz is a specialty Jazz Radio that keeps the spirit of those times alive.

AUDIOPHILE QUALITY

SomehowJazz features high bitrates upto 320 kbps. But that’s not the main reason why it’s an Audiophile Quality Jazz Radio.  There’s another feature that makes SomehowJazz a unique station.

WHY SUBSCRIPTION?

SomehowJazz started broadcasting as a free channel. However, developments in the music industry forced us to re-evaluate our open radio concept.

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SomehowJazz is a subscriber jazz radio. If you want to get to know SomehowJazz make a MONTHLY subscription and enjoy the first month free. After 30 days, you can decide to keep or deactivate your membership.

YEARLY subscribers save $20 and get a V-tuner access as well. Subscribe now !

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It’s based on the music style of Radio SomehowJazz. Favorites from Jazz Funk, Fusion and other styles of Contemporary Jazz.

JIM CARR

Spotify = Grocery store
JazzRadio.com = Cafeteria
SomehowJazz = Gourmet restaurant

LEON P. SEALEY

Not your garden variety, run of the mill jazz. Artists and selections from A to Z with rare cuts added in here and there. This is SOMEHOWJAZZ!

IAN KIRK

There are thousands of on-line Jazz stations. I know, I’ve visited them all. This is still worth subscribing to.

Jazz Radio SomehowJazz

Aretha Franklin “The Thrill Is Gone”

The Thrill Is Gone by Aretha Franklin from the album "SPIRIT IN THE DARK" released in 1970 by Atlantic Records...   MUSICIANS / PERSONNEL: Aretha Franklin - Lead Vocals, Piano | Almeda Lattimore, Brenda Bryant, Margaret Branch - Backing Vocals | Tommy McClure - Bass | Sammy Creason -Drums | Charlie Freeman - Guitar | Jim Dickinson, Mike Utley - Keyboards |...

320 kbps FREE STREAMING

This high quality stream is open for non-subscribers and gives an idea about our music style and sound quality.
Just let the music speak.