Latin Radio Stations
Listen To The Music
One of the things that we encourage new Salsa dance students to do is to include in their daily life listening to Salsa Music on Latin radio stations or anywhere you can find Salsa. Listen while you’re driving, cooking, cleaning, etc. The reason for this is that it helps to train your ear for dancing. It helps you to learn to hear the beat of the music and how that beat can be emphasized by different instruments. This will help you when you are dancing, because it doesn’t matter or not whether you’ve ever heard a song before, you can still dance to it and stay on beat. This may be hard to understand now, but you’ll understand it later if you begin listening now.
To find Salsa music, go to a service web site where you can build your own radio station:
Or you can choose a Latin radio station that streams Salsa music over the internet. There are a lot of them. Here are a few sample stations:
Once you’ve identified some of your favorite songs or artists, then you may want to buy their music to support the Salsa music industry and have your own music collection on your iPhone or other music device. You can search and download songs from:
iTunes or our affiliate link at Amazon Salsa Music
We’d like to list broadcast Latin radio stations that play Salsa music. If you know of a Salsa broadcast radio station in your corner of the world, please click to Submit a new Latin / Salsa radio station to our list. We’ll need the following:
City, State/Province and country of the station
Call letters of the station
Common name of the station
Other details are helpful, like the time of day that they play Salsa if it’s not 24×7.
WCLM 1450AM Fridays 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
WHAP 1340AM Saturdays 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Host: ‘Sweet Lou’ Hidalgo – The Voice of Latin Jazz
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