01 Devendra Banhart - What Will We Be
02 Variety Lab! - Team Up!
03 The Flaming Lips - At War With The Mystics
04 David Bazan - Curse Your Branches
05 Jay Reatard - Watch Me Fall
06 Grace Basement - Gunmetal Grey
07 Tim Williams - Careful Love
08 Jay Farrar & Benjamin Gibbard - One Fast Move Or I'm Gone
09 Alan Singley & Pants Machine - Feelin' Citrus
10 Ellery - Down, Down, Down
WHFR and "The Flash Drive Jazz Show", with your host Marc Anthony, which airs every Monday night from 12am - 2am, would like to thank you for your support and listenership. A special thanks to Marvin Jones of the Marvin Jones Trio of Detroit for providing such wonderful jazz music. We'd also like to thank Detroit's own Jstokes for providing some wonderful Jazzy vocal music as well. Every Monday night at midnight, you can enjoy a great variety of traditional, mainstream, big band standards and jazzy vocals for a very nice blend of relaxing music to wind down your Monday night.
01 The Flaming Lips - At War With The Mystics
02 David Bazan - Curse Your Branches
03 Devendra Banhart - What Will We Be
04 Tim Williams - Careful Love
05 Jay Farrar & Benjamin Gibbard - One Fast Move Or I'm Gone
06 Variety Lab! - Team Up!
07 The Swell Season - Strict Joy
08 Alan Singley & Pants Machine - Feelin' Citrus
09 They Might Be Giants - Here Comes Science
10 Plush Gun - Pins & Panzers
Tuesday, December 1, 2009. 1:00 PM EST.
Listen in as host David Twichell speaks with Corina Saebels, author of The Collectors. Corina claims to have been an alien abductee since childhood and now the phenomenon has carried over to her children.
Skeptics claim that the abduction phenomenon is nothing more than "sleep paralysis". This explanation cannot account for abductions that occur in broad daylight and are witnessed by third parties. Nor does it explain physical evidence substantiated by professional physicians.
We're “making waves” with new shows and time slots:
“Delicate Destruction” (moving from 9pm Mondays): noon-2pm
”The Zone” (moving from 8pm Saturdays): 9pm-midnight
”The Flash Drive Jazz Show” (new show w/host Mark Anthony): midnight-2am
“Forum” Talk Show updates: Connect with HFCC activities when you tune in to Dennis and Lynsey's new "Campus Connection" the second Tuesday of each month; relax and learn with "The Poetry Show", hosted by Saf, the fourth Tuesday; "Then and Now" with Ned Apigian moves to the fifth Tuesday.
Happy Thanksgiving from our WHFR Family to yours. Have a haealthy and filling day!!
Don't forget to stop in tonight at Dearborn's New Place Lounge for an exciting fundraiser concert for WHFR Radio. Admission price is only a $5 donation (21 and older, please) and the talent is out of this world! Please see the color flier to your right for more information, and read below to learn more about tonight's performers. The WHFR Blues DJ's will be on hand to meet and greet Metro Detroit's finest blues audience... and that includes you! See you there!
This Thursday, November 5th, Lemon James and her band will perform on Motor Live Drive @ 5.
Lemon has been a loyal supporter of WHFR and will be one of the featured artists along with Broken Arrow Blues Band and Carl Henry at the WHFR Fall Benefit Concert this Saturday at the New Place Lounge in Dearborn. So keep your radio tuned to WHFR Thursday at 5pm for a live in-house concert heard only on the station "Making Waves"... where we don't just talk about supporting local music, we do it.
Tune in to this edition of "We Are Not Alone" Tuesday, November 3, 2009. 1pm-2pm PM (EST)
Robert Collins, UFO Researcher and co-author of "Exempt from Disclosure: The Black World of UFOs", will be the guest on this installment of the show. We will discuss the lengths to which those in the know will go to keep the phenomenon secret from the general public and the reasons behind the cover up. Join host David Twichell on
Tuesday, November 3rd at 1:00 PM (EST).
WHFR Radio is pleased to announce our next exciting Live Blues Benefit Night at the friendly New Place Lounge (MI Ave, West Dearborn). The concert will take place this Saturday, November 7th from 9:30pm-1:30am. As usual, the event will feature at least 2 local blues acts, with a $5 minimum donation per person at the door (21 and over, please). All proceeds will benefit our eclectic non-commercial station.
Here is the line-up of our amazing local blues talent that will play at the live blues event: