“JAZZ AFTER HOURS” CELEBRATES ITS 25TH ANNIVERSARY THIS WEEKEND

Jazz After Hours

This weekend is the 25th anniversary of locally-produced late night jazz radio show “Jazz After Hours.” The show began the first weekend of November 1984 on what was then American Public Radio. Over 80 stations and several state networks currently carry the show. Many of the original stations, including KPLU, are still around today. To mark this occasion, host Jim Wilke will play mostly jazz hits from the 80s and 90s on Friday night and more up to date fare on Saturday night. The show is produced at Hatchcover Productions in Seattle and distributed by Public Radio International from Midnight to 7 a.m. Eastern Time each weekend. Congratulations to all involved and here’s to 25 more!

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