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You can read my Producer's Notes and playlist for every weekly show, get the latest concert and music news, make a request and enter our contests anytime. And you're welcome to browse our archive of previous shows (below), too.

Visit our daily programming guide to see what's next and tune in to join me for the Midday Show every weekday beginning at 9 am CT.

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So, thanks for listening and I hope you'll enjoy the music!

Scott Adams


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12:00 am CT Wednesday: Streaming debut at Brazil Club

8:00 pm ET Friday: Jazz City Radio

11:00 pm ET Saturday: Mix 105 Indianapolis

12:00 pm CT Sunday: Smooth Jazz Expressions

2:00 pm CT Sunday: WDCB 90.9 FM Chicago

5:00 pm ET Sunday: Downtown Dayton Radio

8:00 pm ET Sunday: WHJZ New Buffalo

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This Week: Marcos Ariel

Published: 08/09/2017 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

Keyboardist Marcos Ariel’s ‘Best Of’ show couldn't be more timely:as we Rendezvous with Rio de Janeiro's best! Click for our Preview Page, Playlist & Play button.

Last Week: The Spirit of Jobim

Published: 08/02/2017 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

Our 'Rendezvous In Rio' radio theme takes us to the heart of Ipanema with 'The Spirit of Jobim', retracing the musical footsteps of Brazil greatest songwriter. So take a Brazilian break and turn your attention south today! Listen Here.

Older: Our First Show On WNUA

Published: 07/25/2017 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

25 years! It's our first show for WNUA re-made from Saturday, July 25th 1992. You'll hear every song just as it was broadcast back then, so if you missed it the first time, now's your chance!

Older: Our Most Popular Songs

Published: 07/19/2017 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

We look back at our milestone 1,000th radio show from July 2011, featuring the all-time, top 10 fan-voted favorite songs. Plus a few more than failed to make the final cut! History in the (re)making!

Older: Hot Brazilian Nights!

Published: 07/12/2017 by Scott Adams in The Sounds of Brazil Preview Page

‘Hot Brazilian Nights!’ The perfect soundtrack for Rio After Dark. When the lights go down the music heats up to fuel a summertime reboot. From the jazz clubs to the dance floor, this show really captures a midnight groove. Preview and Playlist here.

Long days, long nights... 'Long Songs!' It's our much-requested summer edition: melodies that go on forever because they have a lot to say from Azymuth, Gal Costa, Tim Maia, Al Jarreau, Pat Metheny and more. Preview & Playlist here.

Ricardo Silveira slips some of his best tunes into our playlist this week, both as one of Brazil’s best guitarists and also as a producer. Plus Tamba Trio & Marisa Monte serve up a Summer vibe. Click for our Preview Page. Playlist & Play button too.

Brazil’s top saxman? That’s easy, it’s ‘Leo from Rio!’ and this week we’ll feature the best of Leo Gandelman –bringing us a brand new song. So amp up the Spirit of Summer with the world’s best music.Listen Live!

Should Ivan Lins be considered Brazil's best pop songwriter? His hits carry the depth of passion and range of emotion of Brazilian song. It's a star-studded playlist and our debut of his new album. Click to Listen Now. Preview & playlist too

It's time to catch up with one of Rio's most popular Brazilian Jazzmasters, guitarist Torcuato Mariano. Our playlist has two hours of his best songs. Want more? How about a song from TM recorded especially for this show?