On Air


The After Party playlist for 09/17/2011

fill-in for Bro Bill 3am-630a

Bob Duffy playlist for 09/17/2011

Joe Vecchio sitting in

Free Software Round Table playlist for 09/17/2011

Starting really early tonight because of football game

Sam Taylor's Blues playlist for 09/16/2011

Friday morning Blues Warehouse with Mark Klein (9am-11am)

Lunchtime playlist for 09/16/2011

Come On In ... The Grille Room's Open.

Serving up a lot of new and old music today. Our feature is still the Stax Soul Singles Volume 2 1968-1971.

We pick up it up in the Summer of 1971 as we near the end of this 9 CD boxset.

Skagasm playlist for 09/16/2011


Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 09/16/2011

What A Month It's Been Show

Mix Tape playlist for 09/15/2011

them jams

High Technology Radio playlist for 09/15/2011

i forgot to put on deodorant this morning

Steve K playlist for 09/15/2011

More psychedelic relics...tribute to Buddy Holly songs from Rave On and the brand new Listen To Me Buddy Holly...2 songs for Chrissie Hynde's 60th last week

An Eclectic Mess playlist for 09/15/2011

Hank Williams the thirds new record company , his own Hank Williams Records premier release of 4cds of his own music presented here.

Blue Grass Time playlist for 09/14/2011

Vince Herman from Leftover Salmon & Great American Taxi calls in and tells us what he's up to.
Continuing Bill Monroe's 100th birthday celebration

Radio Free J-Ro playlist for 09/14/2011

J-Ro guest hosting All Ages Show, being late and playing Bill Monroe covers and Townes Van Zandt songs, WTF???

The Outer Library playlist for 09/14/2011

New Indie and Self Release from Brooklyn and Manhattan with your host Mike Gildersleeve every Wednesday from 10pm - 12midnight

Everything Is Broken playlist for 09/13/2011

Our featured guest is Eric Herm, farmer, author and activist. Eric is a fourth generation farmer on 6,000 acres in West Texas whose book Son of a Farmer, Child of the Earth: a Path to Agriculture's Higher Consciousness sounds the alarm on GMOs (genetically modified organisms) and how “we are using poison as the basic ingredient for success in agriculture.” In it, he points specifically to corporations like Monsanto, DuPont and Cargill who are making a factory floor of our farmland. Eric will be speaking in front of the White House at The Right to Know March (to demand genetically modified foods be labeled as they are in Europe and Japan) this October. The march will begin at the United Nations on Oct.1 and end at the White House on Oct. 16. They are expecting over 1,000,000 people. http://www.sonofafarmer.com/

We will also hear from J. David Gray – our resident scribe. David has an essay for us. David’s other writings are at http://word-smith.typepad.com/wordsmith.

And, our pal Steve Wiehe will check in from Florida to give us his take on current events.