Alan Dell (1924-1995) was a British jazz broadcaster and radio presenter. He was known for his passionate dedication to jazz music and his influential role in promoting and popularizing jazz in the UK. Dell had a long and distinguished career in radio, with one of his notable shows being “Jazz Club,” which was broadcast on the BBC.
“Jazz Club” became a well-known program that showcased various forms of jazz music and featured performances by renowned jazz artists. Alan Dell’s warm and knowledgeable style endeared him to jazz enthusiasts and helped introduce jazz to a wider audience in the United Kingdom.
His contributions to the world of jazz and his work as a radio presenter have left a lasting legacy in the history of jazz music in the UK. Alan Dell’s passion for jazz and his efforts to share it with the public made him a respected figure in the world of broadcasting and music.