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Jazz Time Is Back

The ever popular  JazzTime is now back on air Saturdays from 12noon, a 2 hour specialist music program, playing the Music from Storyville to Swing St. presented by Graeme Kniese (1st & 3rd Saturdays) and Tim Harding (2nd & 4th Saturdays)

JazzTime began in 1992 as a Jazz Breakfast program before moving into the current time slot

Both presenters are committed Jazz lovers specializing in Traditional or Classic Jazz with a touch of Mainstream.

Graeme Kniese is a retired Furniture Agent a past President and Life Member of the Peninsula Jazz Club, for 10 years he enjoyed the position of selecting the bands for the clubs monthly functions, cabarets and festivals etc. more recently presented the music for Civic Jazz at the Civic Bowls Club Mornington.

Tim Harding who after 9 years of part time study at Monash has recently graduated with a B.A. majoring in Philosophy, Tim plays Trombone, formed and led his own band The Australian Cotton Club Orchestra with several CDs to their credit; he also arranges music for the group who has performed for many Jazz Clubs, Festivals, private and corporate events.

Graeme and Tim love feedback from the listeners and the show has its own Facebook page

JazzTime Radio.

Written by: RPP FM

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