Smooth Jazz Radio Stations

We have 237 radio stations playing Smooth Jazz.

Smooth Jazz Florida

Wade Long - She
Genres: smooth jazz

Majestic Jukebox Radio #HIGH QUALITY SOUND

Evelyn Knight With The Ray Charles Singers - Lucky, Lucky, Lucky Me 1950 - Evelyn Knight With The Ray Charles Singers - Lucky, Lucky, Lucky Me 1950
Genres: oldies rock rockabi lly easy listening jazz blue s country soul swin g 40s 50s 60s 70s 80s

Soul Central Radio (Jazz Funk Soul RnB Disco House Dance)

Soul Central Radio - Live
Genres: soul rnb jazz funk disco dance


Laura Fygi - Sunny
Genres: lounge easy listening jazz chill bossa

Smooth Jazz CD 101.9 New York

Bitter Sweet - MFSB
Genres: smooth jazz


Ivy Benson and Her All Girl Band - Not So Quiet, Please
Genres: swing jazz blues big band oldies

I Love Smooth Jazz

Toni Braxton - Another Sad Love Song - Ultimate Toni Braxton
Genres: smooth jazz

KHIH-DB Colorado Smooth Jazz

Chuck Loeb - Mr. Martino - Single
Genres: smooth jazz

Joy Radio

Jaki Graham - Round and Round
Genres: soul jazz funk disco rnb 80s

Smooth Jazz - Tampa Bay

Paul Hardcastle - The D Train
Genres: smooth jazz


Marc Lavoine - Quest ce que tes belle (avec Catherine Ringer)
Genres: smooth jazz pop rock lounge chill s oul disco funk new wave 60s 70s 80s 90 s 2000s easy listening

Matt Johnson Radio

Matt Johnson - Matthews Yoga Music 103
Genres: new age smooth jazz piano meditation

Smooth Jazz DC

Ramsey Lewis - Come Back To Me - Sky Islands
Genres: smooth jazz


Nina Simone - Feeling Good
Genres: jazz blues classical gospel talk


Steve D Angelo - Betty S Girls
Genres: jazz

Smooth Jazz Planet

Maysa - Higher Love
Genres: smooth jazz

Love Radio 93.9

Michael Franks - In the Eye of the Storm - Sleeping Gypsy
Genres: smooth jazz

Funky Jazz/Soul 101 Radio

DJ CUCKOO - Show 2
Genres: funk jazz funk soul disco

Konflict Radio

Genres: soul jazz afro house disco latin

Jazz various

Keith Jarrett - God Bless The Child - Gary Peacock

Genres: jazz

About Smooth Jazz Music

Smooth jazz is a radio format (and as some would consider, a sub-genre) of jazz music. It initially grew from jazz fusion and it is heavily influenced by rhythm and blues, funk, rock and pop music. Although the term itself uses the word jazz, musically the genre does not have all that much in common with traditional jazz music, instead it is generally more orientated towards smooth pop and rnb music.

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