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  1. Me gusta escuchar esta emisora porque me recuerda una época que no viví me llamo Nelson José Martinez soy domicano

    • Muchas gracias por sus amables palabras, Nelson. Estamos encantados de que disfrute de nuestra música y te damos gracias por escuchar!

  2. Congratulations!!!! Excellent station!!! Greetings from Buenos Aires, Argentina. My name is Marcelo.

  3. Me encanta su emisora, es maravillosa, la música de esa época me encanta, tanto me gusta que yo creo que he nacido en época equivocada, la tengo puesta todo el tiempo que puedo. Hasta a mi esposa le empieza a gustar. Ah se me olvidaba muchos saludos desde Madrid (España) y sigan siempre así.

  4. Perdón por las faltas en mi comentario anterior, simplemente quería decir que creo que he nacido en época equivocada y que tengo puesta su maravillosa emisora todo el tiempo que puedo. Saludos desde Madrid (España)

  5. Thank you so much, Cladrite Radio, for the wonderful music! I’ve been looking for a station like this for ages and absolutely love it. It’s been a massive help during the pandemic, as I’ve been feeling anxious (like many people right now!) and listening to Cladrite has become a daily comfort for me. My partner who is frontline ambulance crew now spends his downtime listening to Cladrite Radio too. It’s a soothing river of sound that cheers our household daily. Stay well and thank you again,
    Rebekah, Bristol, in the UK.

  6. As a long-time aficionado of ’30’s and ’40’s American style and culture, I greatly appreciate your good work to keep it present for those who relish it today, a world whose tastes have changed so dramatically. Listening to your broadcasts brings much joy to me and many others, many of whom, oddly, are not from the USA; isn’t that interesting?

    While listening to your station, I keep a running list of particular songs which I find especially charming and/or engaging. Using YouTube, I create playlists of these songs, but there are those which don’t come up in my search. Is it possible for you to post these to YouTube for broader exposure and enjoyment? My short list is as follows:

    “Our Penthouse on Third Avenue” Gene Kardos, Bea Wain
    “Don’t Mention Love to Me” Kay Thompson
    “What’s New?” Kay Kyser, Ginny Simms
    “Knock on Wood” Cliffie Stone
    “One o’clock Jump” Abe Romain
    “Whispering Grass” Orrin Tucker
    “Everybody Step” Peters Sisters
    “A Message from the Man in the Moon” George Hall, Dolly Dawn
    “Sitting on the Moon” Jimmie Greer, Redd Harper

    With utmost gratitude and hoping you’ll be able to oblige, I am,
    Mr. Bryan Platt,
    8 Sterling Road
    Louisville, KY 40220

    • Hello Bryan. We appreciate the kind words. We’re afraid our plate is pretty full with running the station and creating the content we share on our blog and social media platforms. We’re not able to undertake uploading song videos as well. Thanks for listening!

  7. Well, I hope you get this. I emailed you for good measure. A wonderful station. Great music—always cheerful even when the songs are about romantic trouble. Fabulous. I first discovered you on my computer, now I have you on my tv via Roku. On my computer I can discover the title and artist of each song. Not so on my tv—is there a way to do it? Meanwhile, a great station. Kudos—you are indeed the cat’s pajamas and a sheik to boot!

    • Hi Allen. Many thanks for your kind words! We’re pleased to have you as a listener. Which Roku app are you using to access our stream?

      Getting artist and track info to display in all the various apps people use to access our stream is a bit like a game of whack-a-mole. Just when we’ve worked with one app to get it straightened out, another app stops sharing that info (the issue is virtually always on their end, and the customer services teams for most of the apps seems to work at a very leisurely pace, alas).

  8. Cladrite folks: I think you mean this: I Roku on my old dumb tv; I access you from TuneIn. Works for me and, of course, the music is wonderful. I recognize such stalwarts as Al Bowlly/Ray Noble, but some I just don’t know—which is ok with me. Here are some of my favorites: With My Little Ukelele in My Hand (George Formby); The Moon Got In My Eyes (Carroll Gibbons); You Sweet So and So (Jack Buchanan); Okay Toots (Harry Roy). Brit stuff—but fabulous. Keep up the good work.

    • Thanks for the info! Tunein used to display the artist and track info, but it hasn’t for a while. We’ve reached out to them again for assistance in rectifying this, so hopefully one day soon, that info will display again. In the meantime, enjoy the toe-tapping tunes!

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