Get ready to dance at home or work with Swing City performing live 5-6pm, Thursday October 28th right here on www.whfr.fm and 89.3fm. This 16 piece band with horns and percussion is a dynamic addition to our many live performances on Motor Live Drive @ 5. If you miss them LIVE, no worries...just listen to the podcast!
"Festival of Trees & Children's Hospital Foundation" featured on IMPACT 1-2pm, Tuesday. October 26th
Learn more about the upcoming fundraising event for the Children's Hospital Foundation called "Festival of Trees", and hear about the impact this foundation has on the health and well being of our children! Tuesday on "IMPACT" 1-2pm, October 26th
Join the Gothabilie Man for the 10th Annual Monster-billy Show on the Wrekking Hours, Monday, Oct 25th 4pm-6pm.
PROJECT Trio is a passionate, high energy chamber music ensemble comprised of three virtuosic composer/performers from Brooklyn, NY. Blending their classical training with an eclectic taste in musical styles, PROJECT Trio has made an impact on audiences of all ages. Bursting onto the scene with their landmark videos, right out of the internet generation, PROJECT Trio is a musical experience defining a new level of entertainment!
Suzanne Sareini, current Dearborn Councilperson, will be interviewed on the "Journal," Oct. 22. She will discuss her Republican candidacy in the Nov. 2 election for the position of Michigan's 15th District Representative in Lansing."The New WHFR Journal" is our weekly local news--and alternative views--public affairs program, on Fridays from 1-2 PM, which has already interviewed the two other candidates for this same office, now available as podcasts from our website home page--click on the "Journal" button and select by date: George Darany (Democrat), July 23, and Daryl Smith (U.S.
Sure there are some great male jazz musicians, but what about the vocalists?
If you think it's only the ladies who get jazzy with their singing, tune in to this week's "Saturday Spontaneity."
Host Terrence Tyson introduces you to some very talented men who lend their voices to that special sound called jazz.
Don't miss this week's jazzy "Saturday Spontaneity" with Terrence Tyson 2pm-4pm.
Having spent decades in the music business supporting other bands and artists, Billy Brandt has now found his own musical voice and steps into the spotlight as a singer-songwriter for the first time in his amazing career.
Influenced by the likes of Gram Parsons to the Grateful Dead, Billy Brandt has molded his sound by creating his own unique guitar picking that creates a haunting melody which stays with the listener long after the song is over.
On the next edition of "Metaphysically Speaking", Mike Holloway's guest will be Jim Pero. Mr. Pero is a yoga instructor and president of the non-profit organization Yoga 4 Peace based in Southgate, Michigan. Jim has been practicing hatha yoga and meditation for almost twenty years. On the show, Mike and Jim will discuss the health benefits associated with yoga and meditation for the body, mind and spirit. This includes such things as nutrition, breathing and the actual practice of yoga itself.
How "Sweet" it is when Ernie Richards and Craig Strain join hosts Lynn and Bobby Breeze on tomorrow's "Saturday Spontaneity".
The New WHFR Journal will feature an interview with local author Steve Lehto talking about his new book "Chrysler's Turbine Car" which has a forward by NBC talk show host Jay Leno - who even gave Lehto a ride in his own Turbine car. Lehto also wrote the definitive book on how to get justice with your bad car in "The Lemon Book".