How to listen

Welcome to Cladrite Radio! Here are some of the ways you can access our toe-tapping tunes of the 1920s, ’30s and ’40s (the options vary, depending upon which country you live in, so read carefully):

Cladrite Radio is now affiliated with Live365 for our streaming. If you live in the USA, Canada or the UK, you can access our stream using the button on the upper right, at or via the free Live365 app, found wherever you download your apps. Live365 also has a skill you can add to your Alexa devices, so you can access our streams that way (here are instructions for how to set up the Live365 Alexa skill) and an app for Roku and Apple TV devices and Fire, Android and Samsung TVs.

NOTE: If you’re having trouble accessing our stream via the Live365 Alexa skill, trying phrasing your request this way: Alexa, ask Live three-sixty-five to play Cladrite Radio.

You can also enter the following URL in a browser window or your favorite audio app (VLC, Windows Media Player, etc.):

The above options are not available to listeners in other countries, but if you live elsewhere in the world, you’re not out of luck. Wherever you are, you should be able to listen using one of the methods below:

You can also listen to our stream via various third-party services and apps (if one doesn’t work where you are, try another), among them the Apple Music app, Tunein (web, app, Roku, Fire), the Triode app, (web and app), (web, app, Roku, Fire), Nobex Radio (web and app), Online Radio Box (web and app), Orange Radio (web and app), Radio.Garden, and its app, Simple Radio, Xiialive (app), and GetMeRadio (web, app, Roku, Fire, Apple TV, Alexa).

If any of your favorite streaming sites and apps are not currently offering Cladrite Radio, please let us know. We’ll do what we can to see that our toe-tapping tunes are available to you in every way possible.

Cladrite Radio is fully listener-supported (though we are not a recognized non-profit organization) and our licensing fees have recently increased significantly, so if you’d like to chip in to help with the cost of keeping the music flowing, please visit our page at; you can show your support for as little as five dollars a month, and we have some thank-you gifts at every level to show our appreciation. And by all means, please tell your friends, family and colleagues about us!

32 thoughts on “How to listen

    • Recently I have moved to Alexa to listen to Cladrite radio which is my number 1 station. At first I listened on my pc, then tried to listen via internet radio when I upgraded all my equipment. That was an epic fail which I never was able to resolve, ( we did have an email exchange about the problem at the time ) then I moved to my Alexa Echo technology. I was able to listen ro Cladrite via “My Tuner” on Alexa… All my problems resolved I thought but sadly no…. here I am again having to downgrade to listening in one room on my lap top as after just 2 weeks, Alexa can no longer find you. Any suggestions ? I love your chanel and ideally want it piped throughout the house, but eveything I try fails. The only one I can get to work is Dismuke, and I have absolutly no issues using any device. Any advice ?

  1. I really like Cladrite and want to listen to it. I have been listening on Live 365 but for about a year the music has been skipping. I timed it and it took one hour and 10 minutes before it started skipping. Is their any other way I can listen besides going to Live 365

    • Hi Philip. Thanks for listening! We’re sorry to hear that you’re experiencing technical issues. Unfortunately, Live365 is our sole streaming provider, so we can only recommend that you contact their support people to see what the issue might be. We’ve not exeprienced the problem you describe, nor have we heard from any other listeners who are experiencing it.

  2. Please keep me updated as to the future of Cladrite radio when live 365 discontinues streaming. Thanks

    • Hi Thomas. We’ll be announcing all future developments here on our website, as well as on our Facebook and Twitter pages. We can tell you now that Cladrite Radio will continue, and we’ll announce the details soon.

    • That’s the first we’ve heard of that, Thom. How did you access our site? The player is a flash player, which might be the issue for you.

      If it’s still not working, you can listen via the Tunein app, if you have that (it’s a free download, and you can listen via their webite, too). You can also play the direct URL via iTunes or your web browser: Or you can load the stream through your preferred media player here:

  3. “Friday it was a double header, nobody show up, so we stay home and listened to it on the radio.” My, new to me, go to source, for early to mid century Americana music.

    Thanks Mr L.

    • Es muy bueno saber de usted. Estamos muy contentos que estés disfrutando de la música nos toca. Muchas gracias por su atención!

  4. All I have is a mobile. And I’m totally a digital dunce. What do I do to find Cladrite(?)

    • Hello John. Thanks for your interest in Cladrite Radio. We can’t offer much more advice for you than what we’ve shared above. The easiest way to listen is probably to download the Radionomy app, but if somehow that doesn’t work for you, you’ll find other options below:

      You’ll find the player just under our Cladrite Radio banner at the top of our homepage, and there’s a button you can use to launch the player in a popup window. That way, you can keep listening as you make your way around our website or even as you visit other sites. Radionomy also has an app on the iOS, Android and Windows Phone platforms and via Roku and Sonos devices.

      You can also listen to our station via third-party services such as Orange Radio, Nobex, Reciva, and Streema, all of which have mobile apps, or access us via your browser at (or on your mobile phone). You can also listen via iTunes: Just look in the Jazz category under the Internet Radio tab. You can also open our stream in your preferred media player (or listen via your web browser) here.

  5. John Bickler, download in your cell phone the following app: “radionomy”.
    With the app you can search Cladrite and the listen it without problem. Enjoy it!

  6. Folks, I listen Cladrite almost every single day. Their music is the best for me. I always use an app in my iPhone and notebbok named “simple radio”. Never had a problem. Best regards

    • Thank you, Carlos, for being a loyal listener! Some changes are coming soon (so that we can remain on the up and up, legally speaking) and as a result, our expenses are going to increase. We’ll have more specific info soon, but we hope you’ll consider joining us as a Patreon supporter. We’re going to need all the help we can get.

    • Thanks, Carlos. If you’d like to be one of our Patreon supporters, just visit And thanks!

  7. Best regards from Venezuela. I really love your station. That is the music I always love listening to. Here in my country is quite difficult to find this kind of music. Keep broadcasting forever. God bless you.

  8. Can you get on Sirius satellite radio? That would be easy to listen to for many of us.

    • Hello Nancy. Does Sirius accept outside stations? We’ve not heard so, though we’d be pleased to be wrong about that.

      If you haven’t already checked it out, this page shares info about the many ways to access our stream.

  9. Hello, your station is no longer available in my country (Spain) via the tunein app. This has occurred recently.

    • Thanks for the info. We’ll reach out to Tunein, but we have not found them to be very responsive in the past. Have you tried some of the other apps listed above?

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