Welcome to a great Wikispace, where you will find plenty of swing music! More specifically, you will find music dating back from the 1930s to the 1950s. The introduction explains the type of music you’ll find, what all of the codes mean (for example, ET means Eastern Time, PT means Pacific Time, etc.), as well as, what format the station is in.
Beneath the Introduction area, you’ll find the station table. It’s divided into four parts: Station or Program Web site, Listen, Start ET, Start PT and Length. The Listen section is what you really want. That’s how you can tune in to the stations. But, if you run into any problems getting a station to load, you may want to head over to the station’s Web site to see if you can get help there.
I’ve gotten totally addicted to Radio Dismuke, which is a continuous stream of music from the 1920s and 1930s. I also really enjoy how they list the special programming geared toward this type of music throughout the week. You can find that underneath the main set of stations listed.
Beneath the individual days on the table, you’ll find the archives. That’s where you can find places that have older broadcasts stored so that you can download and listen to them at your leisure!
There are times when I listen to this kind of music and I’m certain I was born in the wrong century. Enjoy listening. I know I will!