Swing That Music Continues to Get National Airplay!
Radio has fully taken Swing That Music to its heart, as more and more stations across the United States and Canada continue to add tracks and feature the Canadian Brass from coast-to-coast. Radio pundit Max Horowitz told us that “programmers describe it as ‘beautifully done’ and ‘a stand out CD’, Swing That Music is one of those true crossover projects receiving spins on both classical and jazz stations. The airplay started with July 4th features, celebrating Louie’s birthday and has continued to grow with the Brass praised for their well rounded musicianship. Bravo! With stations now totaling 62 and counting, Swing That Music has been recently added to the San Francisco, Philadelphia, Minneapolis, Cleveland, Detroit, Baltimore, Albuquerque, Louisville markets as well as national syndication on the CBC in Canada. Here are more reactions and comments from our radio friends and support on an album that is quickly becoming a Canadian Brass classic!
Playing the title track, Black & Blue, Sweet Georgia Brown, Struttin’ with Some Barbeque & St. Louis Blues!
Evening Classics, WHRO, Hampton Roads, VA
Brandon Ridenour was in town. We featured the disc. Will do more
Classical Music on WUOL, Louisville, KY
Playing Carolina Shout. Sounds pretty good
The Audition Room, WUCX, Bay City, MI
Mid-Day Classics, WMUK, Kalamazoo, MI.
It’s a great CD. Spinning!
Saturday Night Jazz, KRWG, Las Cruces, NM
Beautifully done. Spinning quite a bit.
Classical 88.1, WCQS Asheville, NC
We’ll use it. Always nice to have the Canadian Brass!
Afternoon Concert, WKYU, Bowling Green, KY
Spinning album. All is good!
CBC National Syndication, Canada
Playing ‘Promenade, St. Louis Blues & Black and Blue. Very cool!
CBC Instrumental rotation, Ontario