Ireland has recently seen the launch of 4 FM a brand new
multi-city radio station, broadcasting to counties Dublin, Cork,
Limerick, Galway and Clare.
Among the DJs lined up to present their varied schedule, aimed at
the over forties, is Allen Smith, the man behind Jazz on the
Terrace and the website www.jazzontheterrace.com.
You can hear Allen play an eclectic selection of Jazz every
Wednesday from 9pm till 10pm. Continuing his role as a promoter
and supporter of Irish jazz talent you can expect to hear many new
and familiar Irish musicians alongside their international peers
on Allen’s show.
You can listen on 94.6 (Dublin) to 104.9 (Galway) FM in the
counties Clare, Cork City and County, Dublin City and County,
Galway City and County and Limerick City and County. You can check
the wavelengths on http://www.4fm.ie/listen.asp. Online
broadcast will be coming soon and all programmes will be available
online to listen to again for seven days after broadcast.
This Wednesday’s show celebrates the launch of 4 FM and Jazz on
Four by focusing on the number four and multiples and dividers of
it. You can expect to hear among others the Count Basie Orchestra,
Tommy Halferty and Mike Nielsen, Anthony Kerr, Louis Stewart, Chet
Baker and Blossom Dearie. The track list also includes a song
composed by Paul McCartney and John Lennon, eclectic? So tune in
on Wednesday 4th March at 9pm, sit back, and enjoy!
The full playlist will be posted on www.jazzontheterrace.com after
each show and will include all the usual details and track length,
album, composers and labels. A treasure trove for any music fan!
Allen would like to take this opportunity to wish all his fellow
presenters and the team and management of 4 FM all the best in
their exciting, new endeavour.