Jazz & Blues with Chris



Chris Weiss, long time volunteer music host at KFSK, shares jazz and blues thursday nights from 10pm-midnight on Radio Free Petersburg (that is Alaska time.)  KFSK is now streaming programs live! The latest show is still available on demand at www.kfsk.org – look for Radio Free Thu.

The nights I play jazz, I often open with what has become the theme song of Rainforest Jazz in the Tongass National Forest of Southeast Alaska – Charlie Haden & Hampton Hawes’ Rain Forest…

Let me share the music I love with you.


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  1. KotoJazz.com said, on October 20, 2015 at 8:43 pm

    Hi Chris, If I understand correctly, you aired my song on Thursday nights last month, and I wanted to reach out and thank you for that. I do have a number of other tunes available for you if you wish. My website is: http://kotojazz.com. I would be interested in further collaboration for the tongas rainforest festival if you are interested in that; I can be reached by email at chris@mobilezinger.com. Thanks again, Chris Kenji

    • KotoJazz.com said, on October 20, 2015 at 9:05 pm

      Please also consider airing my most popular songs, “Tide Pools and Waves”, “Black Pine Bonsai”, and “Tori No Yo Ni- Like A Bird” for your morning “Rising Tide” program.

    • kfskchris said, on October 22, 2015 at 7:31 pm

      Will keep that in mind. Thanks for the info and link.

  2. Christian Welde (@christianwelde) said, on November 25, 2016 at 1:13 pm

    Thank you for playing my music on your radio show! All the best from Norway.

  3. KotoJazz.com said, on December 17, 2016 at 3:48 pm

    one year later, here’s a shameless promo, checking in to offer new songs. I now have music airing on KING 98.1 classic radio’s 2nd Inversion program in Seattle. Two songs were recognized as “Representing the West” choice awards by Sangre de Cristo Arts Center in Colorado. These include Snow Blossoms and Windy Ks. Wheat Fields from my new CD; see https://www.cdbaby.com/cd/chriskenjibeer5, also Breeching Whales featured in NW Folklife Festival in Seattle. Cheers and Happy Holidays.

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