Looking for the name of a tune you heard during our weekly programming? In 2019, each week we are playing the hits from the 57 jazz musicians featured in the Harlem 1958 photo. Click here for the bios on each musician, as well as links to some of their most-loved songs. We roll out a new playlist each week for each musician.

In past years, we have played playlists curated by our local small business owners to reflect their business and home cultures. Those playlists are archived below, and on the Merchant Page of each business. Turn up the volume on your computer, and groove along at home:

 Gritty city with AFineLyne.

Harlem jazz from Apple Bank.

Sounds of Senegal from Baba Fashion

Basketball jam with Big Russ Barber Shop.

Sounds of the Dominican Republic from Bitter Orange Cafe.

Dance party and Aretha, Aretha, Aretha with The Brownstone.

K-pop with Charlie’s Place.

Junkyard funk from Demolition Depot.

Marley & family from Direct Print.

Hot R&B from Emery Rose Salon.

D.J. party with H&M Art & Framing.

Feeling beautiful with Harlem Berry Beauty Lounge.

Apples, peaches, pumpkin pie from Harlem Pie Man.

Calm in the chaos with Harlem Yoga Studio.

Calypso & with Jahlookova.

Hotta hotta chocolatta by Jessie’s Nutty Cups.

World grooves and woman power from Omo Sade African Skincare & Cosmetics.

Sounds of Venezuela from Pabade Bakery.

Middle East hits from Q&N Food.

Afrofuturistic Afrobeats from Serengeti Teas & Spices.

Caribbean jam with Sisters Cuisine.

Sweets & sass from Sprinkle Splash Sweet Shoppe.

Protect ya neck with Sword Class NYC.

Along the tracks with Urban Garden Center & UGCeats.

Family business with Uptown Veg.

Jamaican jammin’ with Uptown Wine Pantry.

Smooth jazz from Wild Olive Market.