By JoJo on Wed, 02/04/2015 - 3:08am
INTO THE FIRE WITH JOJO ALL LIVE AND RARE
By Buddy Merriam on Wed, 02/04/2015 - 2:38pm
2 hours of bluegrass music
By Jim Lynch on Mon, 02/02/2015 - 8:56pm
Our program tomorrow TUESDAY; 1:00PM will take a look at progressives’ “cafeteria” science choices – why does the left insist that vaccines are dangerous? We will also consult with an expert on sports law and review the sorry state of collegiate and professional athletics.
Our featured interview is with Holt Hackney, President of Hackney Publications, a leading publisher of sports law newsletters. Among their current titles are Sports Litigation Alert, Legal Issues in Collegiate Athletics, Legal Issues in High School Athletics, Professional Sports and the Law, Concussion Litigation Review, and the Journal of NCAA Compliance. Hackney has spent the better part of three decades writing about sports, business and the law. He began covering sports for weekly and daily newspapers in the state of Florida in the 1980s.
By bobanero on Tue, 02/03/2015 - 4:27am
Starting a little early this morning. Special live musical guest and birthday boy Jesse Pagano
By Jim Dexter on Tue, 02/03/2015 - 6:01am
Jim's show for Tuesday February 3, 2015
By Funk Master Fuhlexa on Tue, 02/03/2015 - 12:42pm
fill-in for BAM by DJ Cornflower of Fugue Atop the Mobius Strip
By Krissy Rubbles on Tue, 02/03/2015 - 9:00pm
By Finn on Wed, 02/04/2015 - 9:09am
We celebrate the release of Bob Dylan's new album, Shadows In The Night....
By Funk Master Fuhlexa on Mon, 02/02/2015 - 2:24pm
Fill-in by psychedelic jesus and village astrologer
By DJ Eve on Tue, 02/03/2015 - 3:48pm
Captain Rockit plays two hours of soul classics from the 60's, 70's and beyond with a spotlight on the late Ruffin brothers Jimmy and David.
By CBackfish on Sun, 02/01/2015 - 3:56pm
Today's program featured several tracks from Bob Dylan's "Shadows in The Night," to be released this Tuesday. We spent time talking about the album, sharing our initial concerns when we heard about this project (which sent shivers of fearing something along the lines of "Christmas in the Heart.") However, this album works for us on several levels. Dylan's weathered voice is well-suited to these American standards and he has avoided the temptation to surround the singer's voice with heavy (Gordon Jenkins' like) orchestration. Instead, it is basically his touring band accompanying him and the sounds of some beautiful pedal and lap steel guitar serve to link many of these songs. Aside from a few tracks, he's avoided the usual chestnuts artists seize upon when they venture into the "great American songbook" territory and has included some more obscure works.