Friday, December 31, 2021

New blues band on the radio from this weekend: The Tamarros


 

 "In December 2019 I met with my old friends with whom I played in our group called "The Tamarros" in Trentino Alto Adige in the distant 1985 and surroundings .... it was a good experience ..... we decided to resonate our material by rearranging it with new instruments ..... and why not continue the adventure with new pieces ..... original components: - Angelo Alabiso (me) - drums, Sepp Thaler - electric guitar, Fabio Rossi - electric bass ....... other friends are added occasionally."

New band from this weekend on JAM Radio: The One Wish Carnival

 


 

The One Wish Carnival is a coterie of troubadours anointed in the ashrams of guru maharaji.
Being blessed with the powers to see through the deceptions of Babylon, the OWC was summoned by the most high to set into motion a street wise ministry of song and dance to bring a message of joy and light into the darkness.

Site:  https://www.onewishcarnival.com/

New blues band from this weekend on JAM Radio: BJ Wilbanks

 


 

Georgia-based BJ Wilbanks's authentic exploration of love and the pursuit of enlightenment has been referred to as “Back Porch Soul,” fusing the musical roots of Americana, Motown and Delta Blues into an intoxicating blend of Southern Rock. BJ's solo work explores the intimate, raw, emotional feeling of the gospel, blues, and 70s rock he was raised on as a child. The BJ Wilbanks Band has played shows with famous acts Drivin N Cryin, Mother's Finest, and the legendary Gladys Knight. BJ’s gregarious personality is palpable on record, often channeling other charismatic musical personalities like Otis Redding, Sturgill Simpson and current retro revivalists like Leon Bridges. His self-titled album, BJ Wilbanks (released April 28th) captures the refined analogue production qualities of yesteryear, complete with swampy southern bass and Stax-inspired horn sections. It is of a reminiscent of bygone era when music was so good, it transcended genre. “The best music brings the most unlikely people together,” BJ asserts. “It's music from the soul.”

The Just Imagines

 


Tyler Cressman and Cirovelle are members of The Just Imagines with Ciroyelle. They are a real life power couple who met through music and are now engaged and have formed a band. From the USA and the instrumentalist and producer in the band and Ciroyelle is from Germany and they both compose the lyrics and do vocals. Ciroyelle in charge of all visual art and promotion of the band. They are in the process of releasing their debut album, which tells their true love story as they wait for Ciroyelle to be able to move to the USA. This album includes songs from across the musical spectrum, including blues, folk, jazz, reggae, rock, funk, classical and more! The intention is that the album sounds as diverse as our love for one another. 

The first single, Not a Chance Encounter, is out now and is a sultry and psychedelic blues epic proclaiming their meeting could not have been by accident.  They both do vocals in this song and it features long and powerful guitar solos conveying the vibes of the song.  It has already been featured on multiple FM stations, podcasts, youtube shows, and internet radios. There is a pop art style music video for this song on our youtube channel as well.

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TheJustImagines.music/?hc_ref=ARTxKaIg1dG91gjAVRvQQfHAPJU8Y-8vWFiniPmAd_gfbv9ZCAhK8E-lG0JeRh0MFTQ&ref=nf_target


JAM Radio - Bulletin 12/31/2021

 

Hi!

NEW BANDS FROM THIS WEEKEND ON JAM RADIO: THE JUST IMAGINES, KRISTIAN VULJAR, THE TAMARROS, ONE WISH CARNIVAL, BJ WILBANKS AND OTHERS. EVERY WEEK WE PLAY THE NEWEST!


IF YOU WANT TO KNOW ONLY THE NEWEST IN THOSE MUSIC GENRES, TUNE IN AND ENJOY THE STATION!

FOLLOW OUR NEWS ON TWITTER @jam_onlineradio and on INSTAGRAM @jamonlineradio1

NEW!! THE BLOG OF JAM RADIO with the latest news on the radio and new releases online on https://jam-radio.blogspot.com

NEW INFORMATION, FUN, ENTERTAINMENT, NEWS, ROCK & JAZZ NEWS, CHAT, WEBCAMS, GAMES ON THE RADIO SITE... UPDATED IN REAL TIME!

PUT THE PLAYER OF JAM RADIO INTO YOUR BLOG OR SITE AND ALLOW YOUR VISITORS TO ENJOY THE RADIO. CLICK HERE TO GET THE CODE.

SCAN THE QR CODE, DOWNLOAD THE APPS AND HEAR THE RADIO ON YOUR PHONE HERE

TUNE IN https://jarnanz.wixsite.com/jamradio

READ THE LATEST BLUES-ROCK NEWS UPDATED IN REAL TIME ON THE RADIO SITE.
 
 NEW!!!: LISTEN TO THE STATION WITH THE NEW POP-UP PLAYER. FIND IT ON THE RADIO SITE.
 NEW!!! READ THE JAM ONLINE PAPER WITH LOTS OF INFORMATIONS, ENTERTAINMENT, GAMES AND MORE UPDATED IN REAL-TIME 
HERE

Announce your company or products to 4000 listeners we have daily on the radio or contract a banner ad for our radio site.

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HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND, HAPPY 2022 AND CONTINUE ENJOYING GREAT MUSIC on JAM RADIO!!!

Thursday, December 30, 2021

Winamp, the famous media library

 

 

The popularization of the internet, the lowering of its rates and the digitization of music made the computer take on the role of source and player of our songs. Regarding this, it is impossible to ignore a chapter in this story in which piracy was the order of the day, with protagonists such as KaZaA or eMule (perhaps more common and longer in time depending on the country). Either way, getting a significant number of songs in mp3 format made the players much more required and someone thought that what was offered so far (Windows Media Player, Real Player, etc.) did not satisfy the needs or did not give the option to do so, specifically Justin Frankel and Dmitry Boldyrev (former students at the University of Utah). They created the germ of the player, which came to be a very simple graphical interface to make the use of AMP (Advanced Multimedia Products, which is considered the first * .mp3 player) more comfortable on Windows systems (a title bar and a menu bar with a few playback commands). In 1997, Frankel created Nullsoft, his company, and Winamp 1 was released. It was not the only alternative player created to listen to this music format, but it was the one that combined features such as creating playlists or random playback, all in an interface that used to be quite intuitive. It soon became popular, becoming one of the most downloaded software in the last 10 years. What started out as free software ended with version 1.5, at which point the freeware license became shareware, giving users a free 14-day trial after which they would be required to pay $10. The show became popular to the point where Frankel earned $ 100,000 a month. And the success did not go unnoticed for what was a great company of the time, AOL, which bought the software from Nullsoft for 80 million dollars, in fact it also kept the streaming service and the SHOUTcast protocol. The intention was to create an online radio platform such as Pandora or Last.FM unifying the Winamp and Warner Music catalogs, but they did not succeed (the existence of one and the absence of the other is the proof). This also coincided chronologically with the launch of the iPod and its song sales platform, iTunes, which, although it was somewhat behind the mp3 revolution, had its role in normalizing the purchase of mp3s to the detriment of piracy in the United States. AOL would end up dismantling Nullsoft in December 2003 and Frankel left the new parent company in January 2004. Rocknerd cites Nullsoft's Rob Lord in relation to the acquisition of AOL and what Winamp could have been had it not been managed by AOL the way it was. Depending on how familiar Winamp is to you (if you were a user from the beginning, last minute or if you have never used it), one interface or another will have stuck in your retina, but the most popular ones may be from the 1.9, when quite a few new features and items were added. In the Old Version blog (now defunct) they made their particular tribute to the app by showing some of the interfaces of these versions that allowed us to recover some images. As we mentioned before, the first version was 0.2 (April 1997), which already went beyond plain text to present an interface with the basic elements of a player (title, playback buttons, bitrate, audio output mode, etc.). The dark gray background that would become a hallmark would come with 0.92, in addition to the upper bar with yellow lines, and in 1.0 a graphic equalizer, the list editor, a frequency analyzer and the bar would be added. search. Version 1.6 started another of the characteristics that had the best reception: personalization. In addition, they were expanding the support of different formats, such as MIDI, * .wave and CDs, which came with version 1.91. This interface with the equalizer occupying a large part of it and the screen for the playlists may be quite familiar to you. With version 2.0 came the Advanced Visualization Studio (AVS) by default (until then it was a separate plug-in), which allowed to create rhythm-dependent animations on demand. But it was ** in 2002 when Winamp 3 ** arrived, after the purchase of AOL and completely rewritten at the code level, incorporating a multimedia library, a renewed interface and the only one adapted to Linux of all the existing ones (and video support from the 2.9), although there was some rejection by consuming too many system resources and being somewhat unstable.  

With version 5 in December 2003, the code bases of Winamp 2 and 3 would end up converging, trying to include the best of each one, with a renewed interface based on that of version 3 that supported the skins of version 2, as well as its plug-ins. Later, version 5.5 would coincide with the 10th anniversary in 2007 of the app (called 'The 10th anniversary edition'), which unified the modules in a single window and added support for languages ​​other than English. Did Winamp die? If it had at least one sentence notice, the end of its availability was announced for December 20, 2013, after 15 years of existence. An announcement that came after a series of layoffs in April of that year in AOL Music (division to which Winamp belonged) and the rise of streaming. Not that day came, it did not disappear, and what there was was a certain abundance of rumors of its purchase for which names like Microsoft itself sounded. But in the end, it was not those of Redmond who put in the capital to keep this part of the history of the mp3 alive, but it was the Belgian company Radionomy, an aggregator of online radio channels that already had more than 6,000 radio stations. However, this purchase did not bring too many movements for the famous player and at the end of 2015 it was Vivendi Group who took over a large part of Radionomy's shares. In early 2016 it was making headlines that there would be a new version of Winamp, aimed at polishing it out of the libraries for which Radionomy had no use rights. Now, a few years later, we are still waiting for that hypothetical version that would also include mobile devices, but although its version 5.8 was released if you go to its official website you will see that it does not load. In the end those "novelties on the way" that were promised in it did not arrive. Of this popular player there was even a version for Android in 2010 (with the last update in 2013), although today the battle of listening to music in digital format is broadly a matter of streaming, either on a computer or on devices. mobiles. Be that as it may, the fact is that Winamp is still alive in the hearts of many users who prioritized customization as a hallmark and the possibilities it gave with respect to other software. Although while there is someone who conserves and uses it, we have no choice but to end this review post with the phrase that every fan maintains: long live Winamp.

Wednesday, December 29, 2021

History of blues music

 Blues is the name given to the musical form and the music genre that emerged from the African-American communities and the black cultural melting pot of the American South of the 1890’s, drawing on a fascinating mixture of African-American spirituals, traditional songs, work songs of the slaves, field hollers, shouts and chants, folk ballads, European hymns, contemporary dance music and rhymed simple narrative ballads. During their back-breaking toil in the fields of the Southern plantations, black slaves developed a “call and response” way of singing to give rhythm to the drudgery of their work.

The term blues may mean melancholy or sadness, but not as much in recent years as at the outset. The origin of the term was most likely derived from mysticism involving blue indigo, which was used by many West African cultures in death and mourning ceremonies where the mourner’s clothes were dyed blue to indicate misfortune and suffering.

Today, when one thinks of the blues, you think about misfortune, betrayal and regret. When you lose your job you get the blues. When your mate falls out of love with you, you get the blues. When your dog dies, you get the blues.

While blues lyrics often deals with personal adversity, the music itself goes far beyond self pity. The blues is also about overcoming bad luck, saying what you feel, getting rid of frustrations, letting your hair dow, and just plain having fun. The best blues is visceral, cathartic, and starkly emotional on a very personal level. Blues goes from unbridled joy to deep sadness. No other form of music communicates more genuine personal emotion.

The blues grew up in the Mississippi Delta just upriver from New Orleans, the birthplace of jazz. Blues and jazz have always influenced each other, and they still interact in countless ways today. Following the end of the Civil War, black men had few options other than doing backbreaking manual work or something like becoming a traveling minstrel. Many chose to rely on their physical stamina and the soulful and melancholy lyrics of many blues songs to create a powerful, emotive and rhythmic music celebrating the life of black Americans. The lyrics they sang reflected their daily lives including sex, drinking, jail, murder, poverty, hard labor and lost love.

In the early 20th century, the blues was considered disreputable as white audiences began listening to blues. Blues came into its own as an important part of the country’s relatively new popular culture in the 1920s with the recording, first, of great female classic blues singers and, then, of the country folk blues singers of the Mississippi Delta, the Piedmont of the Carolinas, and Texas. The first copyrighted song was in l912, the “Dallas Blues.” As huge numbers of African-Americans left the South at this time due to failed Reconstruction, dismal economic conditions, oppression in the South and the hope of better treatment in the North between l915 and l940, the blues went with them, and settled in the urban centers of the North, especially Chicago. A more urban, electric blues developed as a result, which eclipsed the rural blues of the South and eventually became both rock and roll and what would become known as rhythm and blues.

Blues fell somewhat out of popular favor until the later l950’s. In l958, the Kingston Trio recorded “Tom Dooley” and gave birth to a folk revival. Folk and blues were reintroduced to white Americans. Blues had a huge influence on American popular music. Popular musicians Bo Diddley and Chuck Berry with their enthusiastic playing styles departed from the melancholy aspects of blues. After this time, the blues became increasingly merged with rock music to form the rock blues bands of the l960s and 70s.

When the country blues moved to the cities and other locales, it took on various regional characteristics. These were called the St. Louis Blues, the Memphis Blues, the Louisiana Blues, etc. Today there are many different shades of blues. Forms include:

Traditional country Blues —A general term that describes the rural blues of the Mississippi Delta, the Piedmont and other rural locales.

Jump Blues —A danceable amalgam of swing and blues and a precursor to thythm and blues.

Boogie-woogie —A piano based blues derived from barrelhouse and ragtime.

Chicago Blues —Delta blues electrified.

Cool Blues —A sophisticated piano based form that owes much to jazz.

West Coast Blues—Popularized mainly by Texas musicians who moved to California, heavily influenced by the swing beat.

There are Blues Societies all over the world, including New Mexico. In recent years, perhaps as a result of the recessionary economic times there has been a revival of interest in the Blues.

 Source: https://santafe.com

Tuesday, December 28, 2021

Radio History: Alexandre Saboundjian

  

 


At 20, he created a free radio. Today, in Paris, he introduces AudioValley, his company specializing in digital audio, on the Brussels Stock Exchange. Special day for Alexandre Saboundjian. This morning, at the stroke of 9 a.m., the Brussels entrepreneur will ring the bell to kick off the listing of his company, AudioValley, on Euronext Brussels, almost seven months after the same transaction on Euronext Growth Paris. Objective: to strengthen the visibility and facilitate operations for private and institutional investors in Belgium, the historical cradle and headquarters of the company of which it is the majority shareholder. More broadly, the operation is part of the company's desire to strengthen the attractiveness and liquidity of the stock. And then, it is also a matter of completing the repayment of the buyback in 2017 of the shares of Vivendi, which for two years was the majority shareholder of the company. Radio boss at 20,

 For Alexandre Saboundjian, 54, this is a new step in his long professional and entrepreneurial journey focused on the development of audio technologies of which he has tasted all the components. While he intends to become a chartered accountant - he did an internship in a fiduciary - this grandson of an Armenian immigrant who had fled the genocide is very quickly caught by the microphone. We are at the beginning of the 80s. "Free" radios abound. Like many others, the young Alexandre created his own radio station in Nivelles, called… W & C: "A joke of crazy young people, he remembers. And then, at the time, all the US radio stations, including free radios were inspired, had a name beginning with W. " 

The profile 54 years old, married, one child Creates a private radio station at 20 Variety manager at Bel RTL and RTL France Created in 1993 Punch, production studio for advertising spots Launches Magic Phone in 1995 (interactive telephone services) Creation in 2004 of MusicMatic which broadcasts musical programs in chain stores MusicMatic becomes AudioValley and enters Euronext Paris in 2018 and then Euronext Brussels on February 20, 2019. RFM, the Rossel group's radio network, will then acquire 50% of the shares to make it its branch in Nivelles, before it is fully integrated into the Bel RTL network launched in 1991. Enough to open the doors of the station with the logo to Alexandre Saboundjian Red and white. He became head of variety at both Bel RTL and the big sister RTL, taking care of programming, musical compilations, etc. But the entrepreneurship bug is taking him back. With a flair for catching up with the times, as he had done with his radio before. He created Punch, a production studio for radio commercials. Well seen. At the time, Bel RTL emerged, private radio networks became more professional, advertising came to RTBF radio. Ditto then with Magic Phone, created in 1995 when telephony was liberalized, becoming interactive and marketing tool. Magic Phone offers automatic applications by telephone: games, phone banking, catalog orders, etc. It resells it in 2000 to Tell Me, a voice recognition specialist which will be taken over by Microsoft. Alexandre Saboundjian then allows himself a sabbatical year to breathe, travel, and think about new entrepreneurial adventures: "I wanted to dive back into radio, it seemed to me that there was a niche to exploit in musical animation outlets, which was quite poor until then. " In 2004, he created MusicMatic, which he defines as "a platform for the automation of music flows in points of sale". In short: turnkey radio programs adapted to the profile of each commercial network. This activity will be the basis of the current AudioValley, now active in three activities: • Storever (the original MusicMatic business) • Jamendo (rights management) • Radionomy, renamed Targetspot (monetization of web radios), all in 9 countries, including the United States and China. 

 Yves Baudechon, boss of the SocialLab agency dedicated to social media marketing and with whom Alexandre Saboundjian launched Radionomy, says he is impressed by this journey. "He has never deviated from his line of conduct, he believes. He has always believed in the development of digital radio, the facts prove him right, we can therefore qualify him as a visionary. He must serve as an example to entrepreneurs. "

Sunday, December 26, 2021

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New Bulletin. Christmas 2021.

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NEW BANDS FROM THIS WEEKEND ON JAM RADIO: EMILY CALLACHER, THE SCARAMANGA SIX,  THE SHRUBS, TALLY KOREN AND OTHERS. EVERY WEEK WE PLAY THE NEWEST!


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Friday, December 17, 2021

New Bulletin JAM Radio - 12/17/2021

 

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NEW BANDS FROM THIS WEEKEND ON JAM RADIO: HILDE VOS, PHIL MATTHEWS, FREYA WOLF, PATRICK AMES AND OTHERS. EVERY WEEK WE PLAY THE NEWEST!


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NEW!! THE BLOG OF JAM RADIO with the latest news on the radio and new releases online on https://jam-radio.blogspot.com


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NEW!!!: LISTEN TO THE STATION WITH THE NEW POP-UP PLAYER. FIND IT ON THE RADIO SITE.
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12/17/2021 New releases on JAM Radio.

HILDE VOS, PHIL MATTHEWS, FREYA WOLF, PATRICK AMES, the new releases for this next week! 




Thursday, December 16, 2021


 MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL THE LISTENERS OF JAM RADIO!

 

 



From tomorrow Friday, new bands and songs on the radio! Keep listening and read the latest news on this blog! 



Wednesday, December 15, 2021

New bands on the radio this Friday!

From this Friday, December 17, more new bands on the radio! Keep listening and reading our latest news here!



Tuesday, December 14, 2021

Monday, December 13, 2021

 

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Latest news from JAM Radio. New releases and more.

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NEW BANDS FROM THIS WEEKEND ON JAM RADIO: THE METAL BYRDS, BOO BOO DAVIS, THE DARREN HOLLAND PROJECT AND OTHERS. EVERY WEEK WE PLAY THE NEWEST!


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13-12-2021. New releases!

 NEW BANDS FROM THIS WEEKEND ON JAM RADIO: THE METAL BYRDS, BOO BOO DAVIS, THE DARREN HOLLAND PROJECT AND OTHERS. EVERY WEEK WE PLAY THE NEWEST!

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