:rage: That's what I though! I wish it was different my friend. My Grandfather started a small radio station in Southern Utah in 1937 with a friend. They built their own transmitter and started to broadcast! The station is still around in southern Utah even today! I'm not sure on the call letters but from what I was told it's still there. Back in radios golden day, it was easier to start a station. The air was still free! It's sad that if there was any one today who wanted to start a station of their own like my Grandfather did back then it couldn't happen! Every thing was new back then and laws and rules weren't placed upon air or radio waves till later. I don't consider the great Jazz or swing from the 20's to the 40's to be old folkâ€™s music. I place it right next to Classical in my book. There are plenty of young people who play and listen to Classical. You made a very good point and it's about time some one did. Just because it was recorded in the 20th Century don't mean it can't be called classic. To us Americans it is our form of Classical music. All the greats of the Classical movement lived in Europe. Jazz and swing is Americaâ€™s true original musical art form. I remember just about 11 years ago that KPCC in Pasadena played 6 hours of music from the 20's to the 50's every day Monday through Friday and it was grand! I used to sit at the radio and record every thing onto a tape. They called that program Classic American Music and they told the listeners why. Well, as long as there are people like us that love real good music, it will never die. It stands a chance to make a come back and soon. Keep it up my friend! Keep the music alive! Root.