Radio Station Information
City of License:
North Coast Radio (North Coast Radio, Inc.)
WJZR is an FM radio station broadcasting at 105.9 MHz. The station is licensed to Rochester, NY and is part of that radio market. The station airs jazz programming. WJZR is owned by North Coast Radio.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Fable reading lowers rating
The jazz and smooth jazz music selections on North Coast Radio FM 105.9 in the Rochester, NY, are fine; but what I find highly offensive and generally irritating are interruptions by a very sick-sounding man reading or reciting platitudinous clichés and yarns ─ usually at the expense of women. I change stations every time I hear this nonsense. The station would do well to dump this simpering moralizer and his tall tales and fables and stick to spinning the genre: smooth jazz.
By: Carolyn LaDelle Bennett on March 20, 2013
Who was the Korean vocalist you played today, Saturday March 22, around 6:10 p.m.? The name sounded You Soon Na. Guitar/Vocal. Some of the lyrics: "What have I become," "You could have it all," "I will make you hurt" -- a beautiful song sung beautifully but also a sad song. In Brighton, I listen to North Coast Radio WJZR, FM 105.9 Rochester, NY. Thanks for your reply.
By: Carolyn LaDelle Bennett on March 22, 2014
What song was playing at 7:00 pm on Friday, May 2? Thanks!
By: Justin on May 4, 2014
Please spell the name of female soprano saxophonist with the last name of either Cohen or Kohen. You played song this afternoon between 12:30 and 1ish.
By: Dwight Wormely on August 31, 2016
Hello, looking for a song that was played on 8/4/2017 about 9:30pm or something to 10:00 pm searching the whole world for you or something like that please help me out. Thank you so much
By: Yvonne Lehr on August 6, 2017
I heard a song called Cool Cats at around 4:30 on Monday, June 18. Can you give me the information about this song. It was played by a guitarist.
By: Linda Rosebrough on June 18, 2018
Who were the musicians playing classical/jazz guitars around 3:50 Saturday afternoon?
By: Brian on October 20, 2018
Are you having difficulty with your transmitter. Lost your signal on the radio.
By: Gerry on December 17, 2018
I've been listening to your station for some time and I love the music you play but there is one group that you play I can never hear or get the name right its either yakub carlson 3 or something like that(please excuse the misspelled name) but the album tittle is called more, can you help a fan out! thank you for your time and trouble
By: Koltye on April 2, 2019
Can you please tell me the name of a song and artist that was played this morning 7/27/19 between 6:45 and 7:10 am. Thanks in advance
By: Judy Lucas on July 27, 2019
On or about 8/6/19 at between the hours of around 12am and 1am I think, your DJ played two songs. One by Boz Scaggs followed by a great song by Bela Fleck. I didn't quite get the names of the songs or which albums they were from. I must own that music. Any help you can provide in this regard will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
By: Alvin Luke on August 7, 2019
Do you have any idea how I can purchase a Jimmie Highsmith Jr. Indigo Chronicles CD? Amazon is only offering MP3 downloads.
By: Jerry on August 12, 2019
To Kolye - The group is Yokov Karlzen 3 and is somewhere out of Europe. I really liked the music and it took me a long time to get the name right. I hope this helps you out.
By: Ghost on October 9, 2019
Do you guys have a playlist that listeners can reference during the day?
By: Alan on November 1, 2019
Please tell me the name of an instrumental piece at 8:25
By: Deedee on December 18, 2019
Can you please note again the artist whose group played "Hot Fun in the Summertime" on 1/24/20 at 9pm? Really great stuff!
By: EdM on January 25, 2020
Please provide me with the name of the artist(s) who's album is named Songs From The Swing Out.
By: Dwight Wormely on February 20, 2020
Very cool stuff. Reminiscent of the "West Coast" California jazz sound of many moons ago, when musicians of that genre could actually read the charts and had the chops to make it happen. If someone doesn't have eyes to dig these vibes, let him go back to his Lawrence Welk and bubble machine.
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