Brazilian Guitarist Kiko Loureiro recorded live in WHFR's studio, and other things on "Theme Attic", Wednesday, July 24, from 10AM-Noon!
Kiko Loureiro, an amazing international guitarist who usually performs with metal band, Angra, takes a quieter approach in this very unusual impromptu in-studio performance airing tomorrow at 11AM. "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, will feature more seasonal songs in the first hour. Join host DJ Phil Maq on Wednesday, July 24, at 10:00AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!
Our first interview with our college's new president: Dr. Stanley Jensen. Dr. Jensen began here in this position on May 1st of this year--to a surprisingly large deficit, only realized accurately in the few months preceding his appointment. So we'll ask him about his background and experience, how we got into this difficult budget problem, and what are some of the steps that have been taken and still need to be taken. And, how Henry Ford Community College can and will, nonetheless, maintain the educational excellence it's know for.
"Lights Out", with your host Mr. Camo, is the latest show to debut on WHFR. Listen to Mr. Camo as he plays industrial dance, techno, drum & bass, minimal synth, rave and jungle among other similar genres. It's music that is electronic in influence and style with a very edgy feel. Mr. Camo wants to reach out to everyone who prefers a heavy electronic "rebel" style of music. Be sure to check out this powerful new show, "Lights Out" with your host Mr. Camo, every Wednesday afternoon from 2 - 4 p.m. as he presents his selection of electronic music for your listening pleasure!
Debbie Bonello, a stage 4 cancer survivor, reiki master and mother of four, is the special guest this month on "Metaphysically Speaking". Be sure to listen to Debbie and show host, Mike Holloway, discuss her battle with cancer and how it came to truly transform her life from a negative to a positive experience. Debbie explains the effect cancer had on herself and her family which led to her discovery of Reiki. (Reiki is a spiritual form of energy healing.) This discovery has impacted Debbie and many others along her enlightened path through life.
WHFR wants to let everyone know that Bill, "The Big Dog" is back on the air! Join Bill as he takes over the reins of "The Sunday Blues Review" show every Sunday from 5 to 7 p.m. Bill will entertain you and satisfy your soul with his unique selection of the blues. During his two hour show, Bill always does his best to bring you the finest blues around. Be sure to listen to the dulcet tones of Bill "The Big Dog" every Sunday evening starting at 5 p.m., only on WHFR - The station making waves!
Please be sure to join DJ Re-Re as she plays her own special mix of world music on "World Jam Sessions" every Saturday at noon. Her musical emphasis will be on reggae with a touch of Afro-Jazz thrown in as well. She wants to reach out to YOU and everyone who's on board with the reggae movement, plus those who simply enjoy seasoned, cultured, soul conscious music. Enjoy the reggae infused groove DJ Re-Re lays down on "World Jam Sessions" every Saturday afternoon from 12 until 2!
Summer is definitely heating up so "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, will play songs about the season and some other loosely related topics. Join host DJ Phil Maq on Wednesday, July 10, at 10:00AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!
Interview with Bob Ankrapp, the Emergency Manager & Public Information Officer of Dearborn Heights, hosted by WHFR Station Advisor Jay Korinek. Note: this show is available for listening anytime after broadcast as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
From "Concerts of Colors": WHFR will be broadcasting all the live music performances from the Diversity Stage--one of three at the Max M. Fisher Music Center. Our regularly schedule music shows will be on hiatus during these performances from about 2 PM to 10 PM, Saturday and Sunday, July 6 & 7. Best recommendation--come down and enjoy all the FREE music IN PERSON--and be sure to visit the WHFR table in the lobby and our broadcasters at the Diversity Stage. Two stages are indoors and one outside; food and drink are available to purchase from a number of vendors.
While most Americans are getting ready for the 4th of July Holiday, "Theme Attic," the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, will take a look at the state of the country in general. This will not necessarily be a "rah-rah flag waving" show, but it will be one that features great music about the country's aspirations--and shortcomings. Join host DJ Phil Maq on Wednesday, July 3, at 10:00AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!