Originally broadcast live on WHFR on Feb. 26--but you may have missed it, so here it is again. With the Tribute, it runs just over 28 minutes so we will start the show with it, then go on to our coverage of other local news of the week. If you miss THIS live broadcast, then you can still listen anytime as a podcast from this website: click on Talk Shows--WHFR Journal--(select date).
This is one The Dude would definitely approve of! Dirty Americana at its finest. This is REAL Detroit rock. Tune in today at 5.
Although the subjects of the Winter Olympics and Homelessness are nowhere near being related topics, they will rub elbows on today's "Theme Attic." The radio show picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects, and will play songs loosely centered on both categories. Join host DJ Phil Maq on today, February 19th, at 10:00AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!
Join host Mike Holloway and his special guest Jeff Hamlin as they discuss energy work. Jeff talks about what got him started along his spiritual path, how he got into energy work and delves into a few more metaphysical modalities as well. That's all on the next edition of "Metaphysically Speaking", Tuesday February 18th at 1pm.
The return of the EAR CANDY FESTIVAL happens tonight at 8pm until 1pm. This local music festival features local experimental, noise, electronic and punk performers and will take place at Trinosophes (1464 Gratiot Ave, Detroit, MI 48207). $5 donation at the door goes to WHFR. More info at: https://www.facebook.com/events/645774112156500/ List of the performance times after the page break.
Join us this Saturday, February 15, at Trinosophes, 1464 Gratiot Ave, Detroit, MI 48207, in Eastern Market, for the return of The Ear Candy Festival. The anti-Valentine's Day event is back after a 10 year absence. This will be a night of Electronic, Experimental, and Noise music. Scheduled to perform: Andrew Coltrane, Tarpit, Dog Lady Island, Apetechnology, Will Soderberg, Slax Wax, and Grommet. Additionally DJ Seoul and T. Linder from Detroit Techno Militia will spin two DJ sets during the night.
Serving up some mountain country music and twang-a-billy swing, pumped up with an alternative edge for your listening pleasure. They drop in a week before opening for Lydia Loveless.
"Indy rock with hint of beauty and a dash of glam." A 3-peice powerhouse, ADAP bring a rocking edge to the Motor. Get some of this groovage today @5.
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Marge Horvath, Dearborn Heights councilperson, will be interviewed today, along with recorded highlights from Mayor Paletko's State of the City address. Hosts: Councilperson Ned Apigian and WHFR News Director Dennis Rymarz. This monthly show (second Tuesdays) is archived on our website as a podcast for listening anytime after broadcast: click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).