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About Salads by Martha...


Established in 2014, Salads by Martha (SBM) began at home from inspiration of family and friends. Driven by a passion  for God, helping the community, and impacting the world; SBM began to bring fresh and healthy options to local areas. 


On January 19, 2018, owner Melissa Brown (with over a year of planning and conversations with her husband, family, and friends) left her job as an auditor, took a leap of faith, and began the process of turning SBM into a household name. With God being their provider, orderer of steps, and biggest chearleader they know there is nothing impossible with Him involved.  


On February 2, 2019, SBM will open the first (of many storefronts to come) in Ellenwood Village located in Ellenwood, GA. With their faith in God and trusting in His Word from Ephesians 3:20; Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us; SBM's prayer is that all will be blessed and highly favored from the literal and spiritual food received. Their motto is "Fresh and Colorful Salads Created with Love"...the "LOVE" is the best part to us! 


Jazz Concerts

61st Monterey Jazz Festival     SEP

Alabama Women In Jazz Festival - Huntsville, AL SEP
Alamo City Jazz Series, San Antonio, TX FEB
Albany River Front Jazz Festival Albany, NY SEP
Alexander City Jazz Festival Alexander City, AL JUNE
Apex Jazz Festival Apex, NC SEP
Atlanta Jazz Festival Atlanta, GA MAY
Atlanta Smooth Music Festival Mableton, GA SEP
Falcons Heights Jazz Festival San Antonio, TX JULY
Ballard Jazz Festival Bullard/Seattle WA APRIL
Barbados Jazz Excursion & Golf Weekend Needham Point St. Michaels Barbados OCT
Bayou City Jazz Festival Houston TX FEB
BB Jazz Festival Huntington Beach CA SEP
Beale St Music Festival Memphis, TN MAY
Beantown Jazz Festival Boston MA SEP
Bishop Arts Jazz Series Dallas, TX FEB
Berks Jazz Festival Reading, PA MARCH
Blue Note at Sea Ft. Lauderdale, FL JAN
Blue Note Napa Napa, CA MARCH
Brandford Jazz on the Green Series Grandford, CA SUMMER
Calif Jazz & Wine Festival Thousand Oaks, CA MARCH
Capital Jazz Festival Washington DC JUNE
Carolina Wine & Jazz Festival Catalina Island, CA OCT
Charlie Parker Jazz Festival Detroit, MI JUNE
Chicago Jazz Festival Chicago IL SEP
Clearwater Jazz Holiday Clearwater, FL OCT
Clifford Brown Jazz Festival Wilmington, DE JUN
Columbus Jazz & Rib Fest Columbus, OH JUL
Dearborn Arts & Jazz Festival Denton, TX APR
Detroit Jazz Festival Detroit, MI SEP
Elmhurst Jazz Festival Elmhurst, IN JUNE
Garden Jam Music Festival Indian Wells, CA APR
Grand Jazz Festival Grand Rapids, MI AUG
Hollywood Bowl Los Angeles, CA 
Hyatt Summer Concert Series Newport Beach, CA SUMMER
Indy Jazz Festival Indianapolis, IN MAY
Jacksonville Beach Summer Jazz Series Jacksonville Beach, FL MAY
Jazz at the Creek San Diego, CA
Jazzing the Center Redondo Beach, CA Monthly
Jazzing the Gardens Miami Gardens, FL MAR
Jazz in the Valley Ellensburg WA JULY
Long Beach Jazz Festival Long Beach, CA AUG
Montreux Jazz Festival Montreux Switzerland JUL
Montreal Jazz Festival Montreal Quebec Canada JUN
Napa Valley Jazz Getaway Napa, CA JUN
Newport Beach Jazz Festival Newport Beach, CA JUN
Orlando Jazz Festival Orlando, FL MAR
Playboy Jazz Festival Hollywood, CA JUN
San Diego Smooth Jazz Festival San Diego, CA JUN

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Incognito 40th Anniversary Tour



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Classic McCoy Tyner and Phyllis Hyman


In Search Of My Heart



Celebrating 6 years and reaching over a Quarter Billion Listeners

We Are Jazz Beats Radio.... PeriodT.

Mark Harris II new release

Meet Saxophonist JWhite


J. White delivers his first single entitled, “Driven”  from the upcoming album, “Fearless”. With an infectious melody and hook, Driven gives the Contemporary Jazz listener a perfect mix of soul, melody and passion behind the Saxophone. Originally from Detroit, now based in Phoenix, AZ, J. White is in demand both locally and nationally and has shared the stage with Regina Belle, Cece Peniston, Adina Howard, Selina Albright, Jeffrey Osborne, Najee, Bobby Blue Bland, & Dave Hollister just to name a few. After taking runner up at the Warren Hill Sax Summit's Rising Star Competition, ( 2013), J. White has continued to make his musical mark at many Jazz festivals and venues. With the release of his latest single entitled, “Driven” under TCB records, J. White is primed to become a force in Jazz circles.

Benny Isabelle Artist of the Month


Benny Isabelle born in Huntsville, AL a passionate songwriter and producer of Jazz music. An Army Veteran who received  a Purple Heart for his services during the Vietnam War. A husband of 53 years and a father of 3 daughters.

Benny states that the love of music came to him as a kid. It lives in him and it shows when family and friends come around. The new CD " Just Jazzin" can be heard on JazzBeatsRadio.
We here at JazzBeatsRadio salute the Artist of the Month Mr. Benny Isabelle
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Sheryl Underwood Radio Saturday Night Cupcaking is on JazzBeatsRadio


Meet Skinny HighTower


Skinny Hightower (born November 12, 1985) is an American jazz pianist, drummer, bass player, and producer. He is known to have worked particularly within the smooth jazz community as a producer and session musician for nearly a decade but didn't begin working as a solo artist until 2015. He claims to listen to nearly every genre of music excluding smooth jazz, stating that he wants to always have a fresh perspective without presenting a stale expression of his interpretations.


Skinny Hightower was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas by both of his parents. After constantly hearing Hightower bang on random objects within the house, his father allowed Hightower to sit on his lap and play the drums at the age of two years old. Within a few years, Hightower had picked up the ability to play drums proficiently and began playing in church at the age of eight. Henceforth, he studied piano under the instruction of his mother and picked up bass at the age of 12 after watching his uncle play guitar. In middle school, Hightower downloaded a free production software and began making drum patterns. At that point in time, Hightower had surrounded himself with music, listening to the likes of Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind and Fire, The Temptations, Diana Ross, and gospel sensations Kirk Franklin, Fred Hammond, Commissioned, along with many others. During summer breaks, he would practice eight to ten hours a day between drums, bass, and piano.


Hightower attended high school at South High School in Wichita, Kansas where he played in the marching band, jazz band, concert band, and pep band as a drummer, vibraphonist, and percussionist. During his senior year of high school, he began working part time at a drum shop. It was then that he began exploring the drum set heavily, watching and mimicking drummers such as Dennis Chambers, Buddy Rich, Vinnie Colaiuta, Dave Weckl, Tony Williams, Billy Cobham, and others. After graduating from high school, Hightower began playing drums for various local artists and bands across a very broad range of genres to include jazz, R&B, hip hop, gospel, country, rock, and alternative. He earned a full ride scholarship to play drums in college, but turned it down to help support his family financially.


Hightower stated that his exposure to music was due to his parents' collection of records and CD's which consisted mostly of gospel and jazz as they wouldn't allow him to listen to R&B or rap as a child. Later, he explored other genres of music and redirected his attention toward older releases by artists such as Marvin Gaye and Smokey Robinson. Of his reasons for not listening to smooth jazz, he says “I don't have anything against smooth jazz. I just prefer to listen to other styles of music. I do enjoy making smooth jazz, but I want my style to be my own. I don't want to end up accidentally or purposely copying someone else's style.”

Esperanza Interview with Captain Darrel Davis


Esperanza Spalding & Darrel Davis 



Meet Rick Braun


Trumpet Maestro Rick Braun Invites You To Take a Trip
Around The Horn & A Journey Into His Diverse Influences
New CD Features Special Guests Peter White, Till Brönner, Lindsey Webster & John Stoddart & Draws Inspiration from Unexpected Sources including Africa, Brazil, Alicia Keyes, Coldplay, Charlie Puth & Selena Gomez

“I just want to continue to explore the boundaries of what I am capable of as a musician,” declares acclaimed chart-topping trumpeter, composer and producer Rick Braun. Known for his impeccable technical chops, melodic wizardry and keen compositional prowess, the consummate Los Angeles based musician has been thrilling audiences for decades. Braun has made a mark staying true to his own musical voice and eclectic influences that have allowed him to collaborate across genre with some of the biggest names in music including Rod Stewart, Tom Petty, Sade, Natalie Cole and REO Speedwagon. Having clenched over 20 #1 Smooth Jazz hits, Braun has collaborated with all of the brightest stars in contemporary jazz from Kirk Whalum, Norman Brown and Peter White, to Dave Koz, Boney James and Brian Culbertson. February 24, 2017 Shanachie Entertainment will release Rick Braun’s 17th recording as a leader, Around The Horn. The dynamic trumpeter’s label debut is an adventurous mix of originals as well as exhilarating reinventions of hits by Coldplay, Alicia Keys and Charlie Puth and Selena Gomez. Shanachie VP of A&R, Danny Weiss states, “Rick's tone, chops and phrasing link him to the jazz giants of the past. He can hold his own in any setting. Yet he communicates to a vast audience far beyond the jazz aficionado.  His warmth, wit and musical spirit make him a great communicator - a hit maker!”



JazzBeatsRadio Commercial Goes Live

After 4 years of streaming Live around the World JazzBeatsRadio first TV Commercial hit the Atlanta Market on April 13th. "This is a mile stone and we're moving into the right direction as we start our United States Publicity Campaign", says General Manager Darrel Davis.


Thanks to all the thousands of supporters of Smooth Jazz through out the years who supported our station. We will continue to bring you the Best in Smooth Jazz 24/7.


We would like to welcome all the new listeners to JazzBeatsRadio. Click on the LISTEN LIVE button up top to join in the Live stream. You can also listen on any mobile device or go to the iTunes Radio Store. We thank you for tuning in to the Smooth Jazz Station JazzBeatsRadio.com

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The 11th Annual Miami Jazz in the Gardens was a big success.....


With featured acts performing Jazz, Funk, Soul, and R&B gave the thousands of fans one of the Hottest Concerts in the country. Major Acts Charlie Wilson, Usher, Brian Culbertson, Babyface, Janelle Monae, Kool & The Gang, Average White Band, Regina Belle, Michael McDonald, Najee, Alex Bugnon, and Fred Hammond was one of the Hottest line-up so far for this great concert.


The entire two day concert was electrifying in every way a music lover could imagine. Concert goer Gwen Wells from Chicago, IL said " Uncle Charlie turn the Saturday Night in to a old school Blue Light in the basement party."


The SunLife Stadium where this smorgasborg of talent and fans came together to party raised the bar for the event planners for the 2017 Miami JazzIn The Gardens. If you miss this year concert, please plan ahead for the 2017 event.




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Featured Artist Kandace Springs

About Kandace Springs

If Kandace Springs‘ new album Indigo sounds like something new, that’s because it is. Simple while funky. Classic but contemporary. Straightforward in the way it breaks down complex ideas and genres. And, at the end of the day, undeniably human. That said, it isn’t quite a rebirth for the Nashville-born artist, who after stints living in New York and Los Angeles has returned back home to Music City. She’s long had that lithe and smoky voice and an intensely expressive mastery over the piano. For those paying attention, Kandace’s second album finds her unleashing what was there all along, all at once, for the first time.


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Jazz Clubs & Venues

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Suite Food Lounge

375 Luckie Street

Atlanta, GA 30313

The St. James Live Club 

3220 Butner Road

Atlanta, GA 30331




Catalina Jazz Club

6725 West Sunset Blvd

Hollywood, CA 90028





510 Embarcadero West

Oakland, CA 94607





2241 Shelter Island Drive

San Diego, CA 92106





Green Mill Cocktail Lounge

4802 W. Broadway Avenue

Chicago, IL 60640



Blues Alley

1073 Wisconsin Avenue, NW

Washington DC 20007




Blue Note Jazz Club

131 W. 3rd Street

New York, NY 10012



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