Thanksgiving Day marks the beginning of our seventh year for The Sounds of Brazil’s ‘live’ streaming station.

Thankful to share Brazil’s music and culture with you.

We took a big step forward on Thanksgiving Day, 2014 with our ‘always live’ streaming station at

Launch day was chosen with purpose: Thanksgiving reminds me of how grateful I am to be able to do what I love and to be able to share it with you.

I am thankful, too that our streaming station has grown to become America’s top independant choice for the best of Brazilian music: Bossa Nova, Brazilian jazz and crossover hits from both sides of the equator.

Broadcasting from our studio in Chicago, The Sounds of Brazil is where to listen our unique line-up of world-class programming:

  • The Midday Show with Scott Adams (9 am to 3 pm US Central, M-F),
  • ‘Quiet Nights’ 8 pm to midnight, M-F (Brazilian jazz)
  • Bossa Nova Breeze, Saturdays 24 hrs.
  • The Sunday Brazilian Brunch, 5 am, 9 am, 2 pm and 8 pm, Sundays
  • The Sounds of Brazil’s weekly show, 7 am, 3 pm, 6 pm and midnight, daily.
  • Brazil Back2Back, M, W, F, top of the hour at 11 am 2 pm and 5 pm. (two of a kind)

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The Sounds of Brazil is one of 13 streaming music channels at
The Sounds of Brazil is one of 13 streaming music channels at

Our streaming station has reunited with as the official streaming radio partner for The Sounds of Brazil, and this year, we’ve achieved another listener milestone with our station on TuneIn.

My thanks to Jason Stoddard and Jon Stephenson for helping to make this happen.

2020 saw more fans listen longer and more often than ever before. I’m grateful that during this year of COVID-19 and calamity, you’ve turned to The Sounds of Brazil for a musical break from the events of the day.

We try to do our best for you every day, on-air and online.

Loyal listeners saw the addition of Connect Brazil Events, where anyone can post their Brazilian events for free and have it promoted on our station at no cost. Thankful to lend a hand.

Unwrap A Brazilian Christmas

And you’re invited to enjoy our non-stop Brazilian Christmas Saturdays (see below) through Christmas Day.

These holiday instrumentals and vocals sung in Portuguese and English are performed by Brazilians and non-Brazilians alike – a true celebration of the special relationship that Brazil shares with the world.

Beginning at midnight December 22nd, 2020 our streaming station at will present A Brazilian Christmas, streamed ‘live’ through Christmas Day. 2020 marks our 24th consecutive year. Sounds great on your Smart Phone, too.

  • Click here for our Brazilian Christmas page and song list.

Thankful from Day One

I created The Sounds of Brazil for you, and to give the music and the musicians who perform it a special home.

This week marks the 1,486th consecutive week for The Sounds of Brazil, which made its broadcast debut in Chicago on April 5th, 1992. A few months later The Sounds of Brazil moves to its Saturday home on WNUA FM with a very special ‘Meet n Greet’.

Always Live, Always Free

I invite you to listen to our streaming station anytime on – the official streaming radio partner for The Sounds of Brazil.

I chose Thanksgiving Day, 2014 as our debut date to always remind myself of how thankful I am to be able to share the music with you, and how much I appreciate your listening. Knowing that you are in the audience means so much to me.

It helps me to be the best I can be, each and every day.

So happy Thanksgiving to you and yours from all of us here on The Sounds of Brazil at

Thank you.

Scott Adams

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