KLCC News is fully devoted to bringing you the latest, most reliable information on the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. As a result, we are implementing policies to maintain the availability of this essential news and programming service.
To safeguard the health of all team members, we are limiting the number of individuals meeting and working in the KLCC studios and implementing offsite operation in some instances. KLCC staff have also been asked to curtail in person gatherings and studio guests. As a result, some KLCC music shows will be encore broadcasts or replacement programming until further notice. This is a difficult decision and we will continue to evaluate options for a return to normal operations.
Membership support has allowed KLCC to become an important source of information and entertainment for our community. We take your trust seriously and thank you for being our partners at this critical time.
There will be a lot of different programs coming your way over these next weeks. Check back here for updates of what we're airing and when.
Thursday, April 2nd
8:00PM - Chicago Jazz Live
It’s an uncertain time and we’re all searching for answers. This week on we’d like to offer you something pure and beautiful to at least feed your musical soul. Vocalist Grazyna Auguscik and pianist Ben Lewis bring us their jazz interpretations of the music of Frederic Chopin. We might not be able to be together, but we can listen together.
9:00PM - Notes From The Jazz Underground
This week, we'll take a listen to new music from Gilfema, Avishai Cohen and Jazz is Dead, plus some older jams from Weather Report and yet another, but completely different band called Jazz is Dead.
10:00PM - Night Jazz
Remote in location, but not in spirit, it's another new program from David Gizara's home studio!
Wednesday, April 1st
8:00PM - Jazz Odessey
We are all safer at home so why not listen to some great modern jazz to pass those hours with style and satisfaction! Music from Dewa Budjana, Gilad Hekselman, Cuong Vu, The Big Band Theory, Emancipator, Protassov and more. Be good, stay home and listen to some great modern jazz!
10:00PM - Jazz Overnight
Pubradio Jazz presents an acoustic mainstream jazz service focusing on a strong lyrical sound, designed to delight both casual listeners and passionate jazz lovers.
Tuesday, March 31st
8:00PM - The Retro Cocktail Hour
The music is served "shaken, not stirred" every week on The Retro Cocktail Hour. Here you'll find vintage recordings from the dawn of the Hi-Fi Era - imaginative, light-hearted (and sometimes light headed) pop stylings designed to underscore everything from the backyard barbecue to the high-tech bachelor pad. This week's show features music from Colin Frechter and his Orchestra, Pierre du Jardin and the Stereosonic Orchestra, Herschel Burke Gilbert, and more!
Monday, March 30th
7:00PM - Coronavirus: A Weekly Report From NPR News
The coronavirus pandemic is causing major chaos in our homes, our economy and our health care system. And there's a lot of conflicting information out there on vaccines, possible treatments and testing. We'll bring you the news you need to understand this outbreak. Join us for an hour-long special: Coronavirus -- A weekly report from NPR News.
8:00PM - Folk Alley
his week on Folk Alley, join Elena See for new music from Willie Nelson, Mark Erelli, the Asheville, NC progressive bluegrass quintet, Fireside Collective, Justin Moses, Puss N Boots, and a set from banjoist Danny Barnes' new album Man on Fire; plus favorites from Wilco, Lori McKenna, Joni Mitchell, and more.
In hour two, new music from Western Centuries, Gretchen Peters, Katie Pruitt, and Tre Burt; some blues from Jorma Kaukonen and Blind Boy Fuller; plus favorites from John Craigie, Jeff Black, The Holy Modal Rounders, and more.
10:00PM - Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour
On this week's WoodSongs broadcast, folksinger Michael Johnathon welcomes North Carolina based bluegrass band Carolina Blue plus Tennessee native singer-songwriter Jessie Clement.
11:00PM - New Dreamers
Chris Owen can't stop won't stop.