The Radio Hour (
This is a site specifically maintained by the author of this workbook to provide resources for both teacher and student. You will find information on artists, call charts, timelines, bibliographies, discographies, review puzzles and more.

The Radio Hour Wiki(
This is a wiki, meaning a collaborative webpage, allows anyone to view its content but only members can add, modify, or delete comments.
This interactive tool is a required activity for my students. (

This timeline web site has US events, World events, Science, Economics, Sports, and Entertainment from 1900 to 2003. This is a great site for finding events for your radio broadcast. (
An online encyclopedia for Jazz and Rock artists alike. This site gives information about an artist or groups years of activity, connections, education, performance characteristics, members, styles, followers, and famous hits. Pictures are available for most artists.

African American History (

The history of African Americans in the United States has been a paradox of incredible triumph in the face of tremendous human tragedy. This site serves as a portal to the vast and growing array of information on the Web and in other sources on the thirty seven million African Americans in the nation.

The Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame (

A few of the Jazz greats have made it into the Rock Hall Of Fame. It's worth the look. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is located at One Key Plaza, 751 Erieside Ave, Cleveland, Ohio 44114. The web site has a biography and timeline of all the inductees into the Hall of Fame. Pictures are available for most artists.Ad Access (
Duke University’s site provides access to more than 7,000 ads from 1911 to 1955. Visit the Timeline section for a chronology of major events and interesting facts!

Download the free software to purchase a huge selection of Jazz and Rock songs for only 99 cents. Then burn up to three copies of a song to a CD for use at home, work, and the car. I have had great success with the listings for the Radio Hour Discographies.