Scott Willis has nearly 30 years’ experience as a broadcaster in commercial and non-commercial radio. He has been involved with internet radio for over a decade, joining JAZZRADIO.com in 2011, where he is currently the Music Director and Channel Manager. Twice nominated as Jazz Personality of the Year by Gavin magazine, Scott was named JazzWeek's Internet Radio Programmer of the Year in 2012.
Jimi is based in London, England and has been involved in music and radio for more than 40 years and has been programming Internet radio since 2001. He is responsible for all of the smooth jazz channels on JAZZRADIO.com, and presents a daily show on the Smooth Jazz 24/7 channel, as well as a live Sunday show with his wife and co-presenter Stephanie Sales.
Dana’s love for jazz began during a history lesson while in high school. Her favorite eras are Bebop, Hard Bop, and West Coast. She once tried playing jazz but quickly realized it was not for her. Instead, she sticks with keeping the Straight-Ahead and Vocal Legends channels stocked with swingin' tunes. Dana encourages everyone to follow JAZZRADIO.com.
A musician and systems analyst by day, Bruno confesses that he can’t stay away from music. Playing guitar and bass in a few bands, writing songs, teaching and daily discovering new bands and tracks are some of the ways Bruno stays involved with music. The universe of jazz, blues and rock, from the late 50's to nowadays may define his passion and inspire the Blues Rock channel.
Gary Farr (pianist, composer, producer, and arranger) is president and founder of Secret Formula Records and leads a Florida-based big band, Gary Farr & His All Star Big Band. Gary was put on the map as a recording artist in 1999 with the debut of his first jazz CD, Lost. He has been curator, programmer and host of several music channels for JAZZRADIO.com since 2007.
Federico is an avid radio producer, blogger, general music enthusiast and collector. Music is always used as a reference in Federico’s day-to-day life; he’s obsessed with creating musical spaces and experiences. When you can’t find Federico behind his computer screen, he may be working on making his next cup of coffee (earphones on as always).
Brad Carty is a former jazz DJ on terrestrial radio who has interviewed artists such as Dexter Gordon, Milt Jackson, Ahmad Jamal, Buddy Rich, Terry Gibbs, and many other jazz legends. Brad's Piano Trios channel has one rule that is rigidly enforced—acoustic piano, bass and drums—but otherwise embraces everything from Teddy Wilson to The Bad Plus.