Jazz & Blues with Chris

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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.


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