I do not think we have a thread yet featuring links to our internet radio finds. As usual, I could be wrong, but let me offer this up as a start.
Windy City Blues. http://www.windycityblues.net/
It is a little operation, seemingly free of industry pressures and "experts." Refreshingly not slick. Their format is not strictly streaming. Click "Blues" and you can play music with Real Player or save a Real Player file which plays about an hour of music radio. It seems to be on demand. Whatever is happening, you never come in on the middle of a program. (By the way, if you download your Real Player from the BBC, it will be adware free. They don't allow it in things they host for download. Just resist "updating" it from the RP site.) The DJ's seem more enthusiastic than knowledgeable, but they have a great record collection. I just discovered this place and have no idea if this is the only hour they have, or how it works, but I like what I hear.
Are there any other Blues fans out there? I like country (and surely its famous cousin Delta Blues) blues (Robert Johnson, Sun House, etc.), Texas Blues, Willie Nelson's Mexican Blues influenced acoustic guitar soloing, but most of all Chicago Blues. If I could have only one record company's music on a desert island, it would be the Chess Records family. Chess, Checker, Argo, etc. If you want me to bore you further, ask me to list their artists. Blues, rock and jazz, the list would astound even the more knowledgeable among you. The Chess brothers discovered or first employed most of the seminal artists in both Chicago Blues and rock, some of the best R & B stars ever, great Do-wop, and made more money from jazz artists than all the rest combined.
OK, turn me on to your Internet Radio finds!