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Jazz at Lincoln Center showcases exclusive live concerts from America’s premier jazz performers. This Peabody Award–winning radio series is hosted by Wynton Marsalis and broadcast weekly to over 240 public radio...

Jazz Sessions tends to proceed like a real jam session, from improvisation on a tune to the full-out jazz jam complete with drum solo. On the last Thursday of each month, jazz aficionado Jon Jackson joins host Terry Conrad on the program to...

The Jonkunnu Express rolls through your radio each Saturday night. The show features music of African peoples from the Mediterranean Sea to the Cape of Good Hope, as well as music of the Caribbean islands including Jamaica, Cuba, Barbados,...

A wide variety of classical music is broadcast each weekday morning on Morning Classics. The daily program is selected by Music Director Susan Israel from the classical section of Montana Public Radio's music library.

Muse's Jukebox presents an eclectic mix of rock, folk, jazz and pop. This show goes wherever the Muse takes it, with each week's rotating host giving the show a distinct flavor. Muse's Jukebox is a favorite with listeners, for Friday night get...

Montana Public Radio airs a one-hour music special or music documentary program each week from local and national producers.

Today's most talented and compelling musicians visit Musicians' Spotlight to "talk shop" and play a bit. Host and producer John Floridis brings his own musical expertise  along with over a decade and a half of experience conducting interviews. ...

Thursday nights take flight with this local program produced by Montana Public Radio. From folk or jazz to the British invasion, tune-in for three hours of music by free association.

Tuesday night music themes range from humorous to erudite. The subject matter has spanned the quest for money to a multi-week series on Homer’s Odyssey. How does host John Myers come up with thematic music for the Night Flight? He has a massive...

Oasis features electronic and acoustic New Age music. The impressionists called them tone poems. These days it’s called New Age: emotional, inspirational, flowing music for Sunday night locally produced by Montana Public Radio. 

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