Sunday 9 am ET: RadioMax 4: Dan Varroney LIVE

December 9, 2018
RadioMaxMusic Christmas

Among the many Christmas Jazz Smooth Artists that we’ll feature today: Nils, Dave Koz, Ricky Alan Draughn, Jazz Alchemy, Kenya, David Benoit, Reta Watkins, & Kenwood Anderson. See you at 9:00 am in the RadioMaxMusic Christmas Cafe. Check us out on at RadioMaxMusic Channel 4, the Online Radio Box, or at TuneInRadiochirstmas-jazz

Thursday 12:30 pm: RadioMax 4 – Christmas Channel Lunch Special

December 6, 2018
RadioMaxMusic Christmas

james taylor

The RadioMaxMusic Christmas Channel is pleased to share tunes from James Taylor at 12:30 pm!

Thursday 11:00 am – RadioMax 4 30 Minute Special: John Legend, A Legendary Christmas

December 6, 2018
RadioMaxMusic Christmas

John-Legend-Legendary-Christmas-Album-SongsToday’s 30 minute special includes tunes from John Legend’s new Christmas Album, “A Legendary Christmas”Listen at 11:00 am ET pm on RadioMaxMusic 4 – Christmas Channel at

Sunday 9am: RadioMax 4 – Smooth Jazz Christmas Cafe

December 2, 2018
RadioMaxMusic Christmas

Tune in for three hours of the best Christmas Smooth Jazz on the Internet on RadioMaxMusic IV, the Christmas Channel at 9:00 am!

RadioMaxMusic Christmas is Live

November 22, 2018
RadioMaxMusic Christmas

RadioMaxMusic Christmas 11-22-2018RadioMaxMusic Christmas is live! We offer 24/7 Christmas Music through Christmas Day! You can find us on the front page of the RadioMaxMusic website at When you get there click on the LISTEN LIVE link right next to the RadioMaxMusic Christmas logo and you’re connected. We look forward to celebrating the Holiday Season with you on RadioMaxMusic Christmas!

Happy Thanksgiving

November 22, 2018
Editor In Chief

Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday celebrated on various dates in Canada, the United States, some of the Caribbean islands, and Liberia. It began as a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest and of the preceding year. Similarly named festival holidays occur in Germany and Japan. Thanksgiving is celebrated on the second Monday of October in Canada and on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States, and around the same part of the year in other places. Although Thanksgiving has historical roots in religious and cultural traditions, it has long been celebrated as a secular holiday as well.

Monday 6pm: MaxMusic 20th Century – 1974 (Part I)

November 19, 2018
Editor In Chief

January 1 – John Dankworth is named CBE in the New Year’s Honours List.
January 3 – Bob Dylan and The Band kick off their 40-date concert tour at Chicago Stadium. It is Dylan’s first time on the road since 1966.
January 17
Joni Mitchell releases her monumental album Court and Spark, supported by the single “Help Me” reaching the highest moment of commercial success.
Dino Martin, singer and son of Dean Martin, is arrested on suspicion of possession and sale of two machine guns.
February 10 – record producer Phil Spector is badly injured in a car accident. Details of the accident are kept secret.
February 12 – New York’s rock club, The Bottom Line, opens in Greenwich Village. The first headlining act is Dr. John.
February 14 – The Captain & Tennille are married in Virginia City, Nevada.
February 16 – Two years of litigation between Grand Funk and former manager Terry Knight are finally resolved. The band gets the rights to its name but Knight wins a cash settlement.
February 18
Yes sells out the first of two nights at Madison Square Garden, without a bit of advertising for the show.
Kiss releases their self-titled debut album.
February 19 – The first American Music Awards are broadcast on ABC, two weeks before the Grammys.
February 20 – Cher files for divorce from her husband of 10 years, Sonny Bono.
February 22 – The English Chamber Orchestra conducted by Raymond Leppard performs the world premiere of Three Regions from Terrain by Douglas Young.
February 27 – The Württemberg Chamber Orchestra Heilbronn, conducted by Jörg Faerber, makes its English debut at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London.
March 1 – Rush release their self titled debut album.
March 4
Ivan Stepanov and His Balalaikas make their London debut at the Wigmore Hall.
Baritone Hermann Prey cuts short a vocal recital in the Royal Festival Hall, London, due to vocal fatigue.
March 10 – Hans Vonk makes his London debut in the Royal Festival Hall, conducting the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in a programme of Berlioz and Schubert, as well as the Violin Concerto by Roberto Gerhard, with Erich Gruenberg as soloist.
March 12 – John Lennon is involved in an altercation with a photographer outside The Troubadour in Los Angeles, California. Lennon and friend Harry Nilsson have been heckling comedian Tommy Smothers and are forced to leave the club.
March 16 – Country music’s Grand Ole Opry moves to a new location at the Opryland USA theme park in Nashville, Tennessee
March 30 – The Ramones play their first concert at the Performance Studio in New York.
April 5 – Van Halen play their first gig on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood at Gazzarri’s.
April 6
200,000 music fans attend The California Jam rock festival. Artists performing at the event include Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Black Oak Arkansas, and the Eagles.
Swedish group ABBA wins the 19th Eurovision Song Contest in The Dome, Brighton, England, with the song “Waterloo”, kickstarting their stellar international career. The 1967 Eurovision winner, Sandie Shaw, attends.
April 14 – Ladies and Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones, a concert movie filmed during the band’s 1972 North American Tour, premieres at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York.
April 16 – Queen play their first North American concert, opening for Mott the Hoople in Denver, Colorado.
April 25
Sotheby’s Galleries in London sell a violin made in 1733 by Cremonese master Giuseppe Guarneri, formerly belonging to violinist Elaine Weldon, for the equivalent of $140,000, the second-highest price ever paid for a violin.
Pam Morrison, Jim Morrison’s widow, is found dead in her Hollywood apartment from an apparent heroin overdose. – Wikipedia
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