Coming soon to FM!

Jazz Meets Latin Jazz

Weekends 12n - 2pm on AM 1340 KWXY.

Jim Luce brings a lifetime of passion for jazz to AM1340 KWXY.

For over 30 years, Jim Luce has been a fixture on the New York jazz scene - as a Program host at jazz station WBGO-FM, and as a producer, writer and editor for projects heard across America on National Public Radio, Public Radio International, New York Public Radio, the African American Public Radio Consortium, and the Institute For Religion, Culture and Public Life at Columbia University.

Jim Luce is the co-founder of New York’s Caramoor Jazz Festival (1994) and producer of the festival for 21 years - from 1994 until 2014.


Listen to Jazz Meets Latin Jazz;  join host Jim Luce weekends, 12n-2pm, Saturday & Sunday on AM1340 KWXY.


2015 “Sinatra 100” WQXR/WNYC The Jonathan Channel - A celebration of the centennial of an American cultural giant........... 2014 Music of the Civil Rights and Black Consciousness Eras African American Public Radio Consortium........... 2014 Texas Jazz and Blues Greats African American Public Radio Consortium........... 2014 Rethinking Religion “New Directions in Prayer” Columbia University. Institute of Religion Culture & Public Life........... 2013 A Rich Tradition African American Public Radio Consortium........... 2012 For The Love of Abbey African American Public Radio Consortium........... 2012 Rethinking Religion “The Harlem Renaissance—Music, Religion and the Politics of Race” [winner, 2013 Wilbur Award from the Religion Communicators Council] Columbia University. Institute of Religion Culture & Public Life........... 2004 The Count Basie Centennial Concert and Broadcast , National Public Radio Kansas City........... 2003-2004 Count Basie’s World National Public Radio ........... 2001-2002 Luce In New York National Public Radio 60 two and three minute modules distributed nationwide............ 2001 Kind of Blue National Public Radio’s Jazz Profiles 1 Hour of Original Documentary[winner Peabody Award]........... 2001 Miles Styles National Public Radio’s Jazz Profiles 1 Hour of Original Documentary [winner Peabody Award]........... 2000 The Wonderful World of Louis Armstrong - National Public Radio 13 Hours of Original Documentary. [winner, 2001 New York Festivals World Medal]........... 1999 The Duke Ellington Centennial Radio Project - Public Radio International ...........

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