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Smooth jazz WLFM-FM adds two new shows to its line-up

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Chicago's newest smooth jazz outlet WLFM-FM (87.7) continues to expand its programming under program director Rick O'Dell. "Sounds of Brazil," hosted by Scott Adams, can now be heard at midnight on Saturdays on the station. "Scott Adams turns every one of his shows into a sun-splashed guided tour of Brazilian music," said O'Dell. "Sounds of Brazil" originated in Chicago in 1992. The decision to add "Sounds of Brazil" to the WLFM line-up came directly from listeners, according to station general manager Pat Kelley.

Also new to WLFM is "Sunrise Soundscapes," a potpourri of mellower smooth jazz that will air from 8 to 10 am on Sunday mornings.

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