For our friends in the DC area, we are very pleased to announce a great show that will be happening this Tuesday, July 22.
Dr. Michael White, a masterful jazz clarinetist and one of the nation’s leading jazz scholars, will be playing a free concert at the Center for the Preservation of Jazz & Blues. While there is no fee for admission, donations are encouraged to support the Renew Our Music Fund, a great cause working to preserve the rich musical legacy of New Orleans.
White himself — here is his Pandora Backstage page — is a native of New Orleans, and his music is steeped in the deep traditions of Crescent City blues, brass bands, and classical composition. He will be joined at this show by some great players as well: Howard Kadison, David Sager, Donn Andre, Tom Gray and Marty Frankel.
This concert is presented by BMI and the Digital Media Association (DiMA), in partnership with Pandora is a proud member of both DiMA and the SaveNetRadio Campaign. For more information about the show, please visit


  1. mırc
    July 22, 2008 at 11:29am
  2. Tami Wessel
    July 22, 2008 at 9:45pm
    Sure would love to send you a video of all of the deputies at Siskiyou County Jail listening to their personal Pandora stations... Even when their computers are only a few feet away from each other! Night shift especially appreciates Pandora!!!
  3. Lonnie Padron
    August 13, 2008 at 8:37am
    I was wondering why in an hours time not one Jeff & Sheri Easter tune was played but Christy Lane was played at least twice. Also Susie Luchsinger was played at least twice. Still waiting for Sheri Easter.

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