VOTE HERE!
Vote Below for your Favorite and Least Favorite Tracks
Some Old (to see how far we have come or how good the old bands were)
And MANY of the latest CDs on the Market!

Here is how the votes will be interpreted:

5 Stars = One of the Very Best Tracks!
4 Stars = A very good Track
3 Stars = An OK track - Middle of the Pack
2 Stars = A not so good of a Track
1 Star = Lousy Track, Please Consider Removing it!

You can also vote in 1/2 stars




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The station does not have any "in stream" ads. It is an all donor run station.

Because of the gracious donors, the stream is all British Style brass band music (with a surprise or two) that plays 24/7/365.


If you enjoy the commercial free music, please consider being a donor!


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May 2017

1. Pikes Peak Brass Band - Seize The Day
2. Oberaargauer Brass Band - Gettysburg (Reunion And Finale)
3. Hitchin Band - Because (Sarah Gibbons, Tenor Horn)
4. International Staff Band - The Day of the Lord
5. Fodens Band - Dundonnell from Hymn of the Highlands
6. Grimethorpe Colliery Band - MacArthur Park
7. NSK-RHP Ransom Band - John Williams The Movies
8. YBS Band - Dundonnell
9. All Star Girls Of Brass - 1812 Overture
10. Black Dyke Band - Highland Cathedral

11. Hitchin Band - A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square (Mike Thorn, Trombone)
12. Grimethorpe Colliery Band - MacArthur Park
13. Enfield Citadel Band - A Gaelic Blessing
14. Spiritual To The 'Bone - Linus & Lucy
15. Kirkintilloch Band - Hymn To The Fallen (Saving Private Ryan)
16. Chicago Staff Band - Joyous Song
17. The International Staff Band - Soli Deo Gloria
18. Virtuosi GUS Band - Theme from Silverado
19. International Staff Band - You Raise Me Up
20. Hitchin Band - Death or Glory
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All Brass Band Radio is now OFFICIALLY an iTunes Radio Station. Go to iTunes, and under your drop down menu towards the upper left corner of iTunes (it usually starts on "Music") select "Internet Radio". If "Internet Radio" is not an option select "More" and then "Internet Radio" will be one of the options. Select "Internet Radio". You will have to select from all the genres offered. Select "Eclectic". Since the selection of stations are in alphabetical order All Brass Band Radio is not too far down the list. Select it and you can hear it in 192 Kbps stereo (the same as on this page).

ALTERNATE MUSIC PLAYER INFO


http://cloudrad.io/allbrassradio/listen.pls
(the most flexible)
http://cloudrad.io/allbrassradio/listen.m3u
http://cloudrad.io/allbrassradio/listen.asx

SPECIALS!

There are now several "specials" programmed on the station. These are pieces that come in 3 to 6 movements and can be as long as 20 minutes. Many bands record such specials and put them in separate tracks. All Brass Radio has combined them into a single track for our listener's enjoyment. Feedback, as always, is welcome.


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NEW APPS COMING!

Right Now, in development, thanks to the generosity of the donors, new Apps for the new stream are are coming soon. If you have one of the old apps it should be deleted. The new Apps will be here in a few days. Improved, different functions, and fine looking with the new logo!

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has been the voice of ALL BRASS RADIO for a long time. He has helped the station immensely and at reasonable rate since the radio station became independent and fully on the air!
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German Voice Promos provided by Heike Bachmann Voice Overs. She has also provided voice material at a very reasonable rate to All Brass Band Radio.

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Thanks also to Mica Calfee who generously donated several station ID spots. He noticed I had an outstanding European voice in Alan Bainbridge, and one of the best in providing German spots in Heike Bachman, but no true American voices. He provided spots, free of charge as a donation of his American voice to add to the mix. My thanks go out to Mica for his generosity.

Recently Donated CDs

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Ebbw Valley Brass Brand
Tair Gwaith iGymru -The CD

Forming in September 2011, Ebbw Valley Brass was born following the merger of Cwm Town Band and Ebbw Vale Town Band.

Both of the former bands experienced low points in recent history following a decline in player numbers and general interest. With the two bands being in close proximity, the Committees openly expressed a desire to work together in order to ensure a sustainable future for brass banding in the Ebbw Valley and ensure that the heritage of music is maintained and developed. Ebbw Valley Brass was born and a new logo commissioned and designed to reflect the band’s new thinking and identity.

Under the leadership of the band’s Musical Director, Gareth Ritter, the band has built strong foundations on which to build a robust organisation that caters for everyone. The primary focus is to work with the community and develop these links in order to deliver a wide range of concerts and increase the image of brass banding.

The band has experienced considerable development in a short space of time. The band won over 35 trophies in its first year of competing, and continued the high levels of success with Welsh League Section 2 Champions (2015) and Welsh Regional Section 2 Champions (2015) being added to the list of achievements.
 
Ebbw Valley Brass completed a historic triple of National Final titles by winning Section 4 in 2013, Section 3 in 2014 and Section 2 in 2015. The band is the first Welsh outfit to complete the triple in progressive sections in consecutive years. In addition to this, the band won the Best Instrumentalist Prize at each of the three finals during the same timescale - an incredible feat for any band.
 
A full list of the band's competitive results can be found at: 
http://brassbandresults.co.uk/bands/ebbw-valley-brass/

 
A Note from All Brass Radio: This CD was donated and I did not know what to expect. But it is a gem! Lots of old classics played with panache, and some melodies I have never heard recorded. Contact the band for information of how to purchase the CD.

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Hitchin Band
Because - The CD

We are delighted to announce the launch of Hitchin Band’s new CD ‘Because’ to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the formation of the band. The CD features a range of music that spans the years from 1866 up to date and displays the talents of the entire band. It also includes an 8 page booklet with information and photographs about the history of the band to current status. Tracks covered are:

CD Track List (Final) 27 01 2017

We hope you enjoy listening to the CD as much as we enjoyed playing it!

A Note from All Brass Radio: Hitchin Band’s latest CD, Because, is a wonderful collection of fantastic "bandstand" pieces along with some new tracks and some very tradition tracks. It is the kind of CD you can listen to over and over and enjoy every time. Many tracks have been put up on All Brass Radio. They are in the mix of 705 tracks that are randomly played. For more information about the CD, click here.



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Friary Guildford Band has released their long awaited CD Letter from Home, showcasing the best of their current repertoire. The 2015 Butlins 'Most Entertaining Band' kicks off the CD with Paul Lovatt-Cooper's popular Walking with Heroes and a swift transcription of Leonard Berstein's overture Candide, before turning to film music and many other fine tunes.For a limited time only you can purchase Letter from Home at £5 + £1 p&p (half price!). If you would like to purchase it, click here or on the cover for more info

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The current band is extremely proud of the position we are in today and extremely grateful to the past members whose dedication and persistence assured the band’s survival and growth. The band continues to work towards its objective, ‘to make music for the pleasure of its players, and the general public and to encourage recruitment and teaching of musicians, particularly young people, so that a brass band is maintained as an amenity to the town and district of Wotton-Under-Edge for posterity’ – Our Legacy.

If you donate your band’s CD
I will play tracks from the CD on the station (unless it is just awful — after about 65 donated CDs I have had only one couldn’t use) and I will put the cover image above with some notes attached. The notes you can write or I will write something after visiting your website and/or reading the CD cover information. If I get a few CDs, I will have them rotate. The cover image will have a link to your band’s website or to a CD seller’s site where listener’s can buy the CD. I love donations of CDs and try to give donors as much publicity as I can.
I will be forever grateful to Midland CD in the UK. In the early days of the station, we exchanged CDs for advertising space. They encouraged me to take my station from a hobby station to a professional station. They station was much smaller then, and I do not believe Midland CD got a great increase in sales. I think they hoped for more. If they advertised today, with the station be at least 10 times larger, they probably would get expanded. But through all and all, they stuck to the agreement. Again, I will be forever grateful for the "push" they gave to the station.

headphones Feel free to call me. Have suggestions? Want to talk about Brass Bands? Ideas for improving the station? You can call or Skype (my Skype name is JollyPlayer). Unfortunately, I only speak English.

United States (+1) 812 453 4350
United Kingdom (+44) 02392 16 0663

Dr. Jim Fox
Email: DrJAFox@gmail.com

Mailing Address:
214 N. Fourth Street
Boonville, Indiana 47601
United States of America