Reuben Jackson Joins WPFW’s “The Sound of Surprise”
Jazz expert, Reuben Jackson, takes his expertise to the beloved DC jazz standby.
Beginning May 1st, Reuben will begin as host of DC radio channel WPFW's "The Sound of Surprise." The show runs from 4 to 6pm and Reuben will be alternating every other Sunday with the program's creator, Larry Appelbaum.
WPFW (89.3) has been serving the DC metropolitan area since 1977 as a standout talk and jazz station. Entirely listener supported, WPFW does not play commercials.
Reuben Jackson is a poet, raconteur, and former archivist of the Smithsonian's Duke Ellington Collection.
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