Vote Above 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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Top 20 Most Liked Tracks
February 2018

1. Carlton Main Frickley Colliery Band - You Raise Me Up (Kirsty Abbotts, Cornet)
2. Desford Colliery Caterpillar Band - Love Changes Everything
3. Clifton and Lightcliffe Band - Benedictus
4. Las Vegas Brass Band - Country Roads
5. Unison Kinneil Band - Myfanwy
6. Clifton and Lightcliffe Band - Olympic Fanfare and Theme
7. Rothwell Temperance Band - Irish Blessing
8. Brass Band de Waldand - Chariots of Fire
9. Black Dyke Mills Band - Mars, The Bringer of War
10. Ebbw Valley Brass - Fat Bottom Girls

11. Brass Band de Waldand - The Olympic Spirit
12. Polysteel Band - Bendictus From The Armed Man
13. Amsterdam Staff Band - Hallelujah (Cohen)
14. Cory Band - Day of the Dragon Special
15. Brass Band Berner Oberland - The Barber Of Seville Overture
16. Black Dyke Band - Theme From "Crimson Tide"
17. Kirkintilloch Band - Hymn To The Fallen from Saving Private Ryan
18. NSK-RHP Ransom Band - John Williams The Movies
19. Hitchin Band - A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square (Mike Thorn, Trombone)
20. Rushen Silver Band - The Rose

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All Brass Band Radio is OFFICIALLY an iTunes Radio Station. Apple has made dramatic changes to iTunes 12.7 (the latest version). So how do you listen to the station? Easy. Go to the top menu and select RADIO. The under the FILE menu select OPEN STREAM and enter — thats it 😀

You can still do it the sort of old-fashioned way. Pick radio on the side, select the genre "eclectic" and not too far down the list is All Brass Radio.

Most Flexible:
Shoutcast Numbers:

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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 and Judy Calfee who generously donated their services to provide spots and special introductions. This gave some "American Voices" to the mix.
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Fusako Shiotani, a Japanese Voice-Over Artist, has provided at a reasonable cost promos in Japanese. We are happy to have her talents and gifts on the station.

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Championship Brass in the Holme Valley

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Hepworth, the village from which the band takes it name is situated one the edge of the Peak Distrct National Park (UK) close to the "Summer Wine" town of Holmfirth in West Yorkshire. There has long been a strong tradition of brass bands and music making in the Holme Valley and Hepworth has been a part of this since its formation in 1882. The band's long history puts it amongst the oldest brass bands in the UK.

Yorkshire—a county of stunning countryside and coastline with a richly rewarding culture and a proud heritage. From the rolling hills of the Yorkshire Dales to the brooding Pennine uplands, the wildness of the North York Moors to the seaside traditions of the East Coast, it’s little wonder that Yorkshire folk are proud of their county, its traditions, culture and heritage.

Yorkshire’s rich and varied musical heritage, from folk song, famous choirs, choruses and choral societies to brass bands, takes in some famous figures in mainstream music en route, not least Bradford’s Frederick Delius and York born composer John Barry.

Yorkshire Heritage, the latest CD from Hepworth Band, celebrates the music of Yorkshire, and following the success of Yorkshire athletes at the 2012 London Olympics and with Yorkshire hosting the Tour de France Grand Départ, it provides a perfect opportunity to remind everyone of why Yorkshire is affectionately known as “God’s Own County”.

Hepworth Band graciously donated this CD. Your band can do the same. Contact Jim Fox for more information.

If you donate your band’s CD
I will play tracks from the CD on the station (unless it is just awful — after about 80 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.

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Boonville, Indiana 47601
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