Jazz FM broadens daytime output

Throughout the last 18 months, the station has increasingly shifted its daytime music output to include genres such as R&B, soul and blues - driven for the most part by the rise of artists such as Amy Winehouse, Joss Stone, Norah Jones and Jamie Cullum who cross all genres.
However, while the daytime playlist will prove more mainstream, the evenings will comprise more specialist shows as the station has agreed to increase the amount of pure jazz it ...

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