Learn about bluegrass legend Pete Goble and the "Lonesome River Band" this Saturday when special guest Bill Bynum joins host Lynn on "Saturday Spontaneity."
Born in Prestonsburg, Kentucky in 1932, Pete Goble has been the heart and soul of bluegrass music for over 45 years. Goble has penned songs for The Osborne Brothers, Country Gentlemen, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, McPeak Brothers, Shenandoah Cut-Ups, Bluegrass Cardinals, Bill Harrell, Lost and Found, IIIrd Tyme Out, Mountain Heart and many others.
Join Mrs. Robinson tomorrow when she welcomes Sean Hoen to WHFR. Hoen's new band, ""Your Skull My Closet" performs Saturday June 19 at the Pike Room with "Red Iron Orchestra" and "Friendly Foes." Free tickets and CDs are available during the show.
Other Hoen bands include "Holy Fire" and "Thoughts of Ionesco."
Mrs. Robinson is also giving away tickets to the "New Pornographers" Monday, June 14 show at the Crofoot. "The Dutchess and The Duke" and "The Dodos" are opening.
Detroiter Jerome Clark joins host Terrence Tyson for a special edition of "Play It By Ear" next Teusday at 10pm.
Tune in and hear the eclectic guitarist who loves playing jazz, blues and R&B. His cd "Water" captures smooth jazz grooves with accents of Latin, funk, and soulful flavors.
Clark plays Fridays at the St. Regis Hotel's LaGuardia Restaurant.
Author Travis Walton, "Fire in the Sky", joins host David Twichell this Tuesday to discuss Walton's 1975 alien abduction.
While there have been countless claims over the years and around the world of people being abducted by otherworldly beings and taken aboard some sort of space craft, few provide suitable evidence to sway the skeptic. Evidence such as multiple witnesses of an event, conscious memories of the onboard experience, official documentation, positive polygraph tests, and physical trace evidence on the ground.
"Impact" is a new public affairs talk program which takes an in-depth look at organizations, events, and people who have taken up causes to make positive changes in our community -- and around the world!
"Friends of the Rouge" this month's featured organization, discusses watersheds, pollution of them, and the environmental impact.
Join host Kristin at 1pm on the fourth Tuesday of each month for "Impact" to find out who's making a difference!
Join host Jay Korinek as he welcomes special guest Mayor John B. O’Reilly to "The New WHFR Journal" 1pm this Friday, May 28.
Mayor O’Reilly is taking questions from the Dearborn community.
Submit your questions for the mayor to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include your name and contact telephone number.
Tune in midnight tonight, Monday May 24, when host Marc Anthony begins a broadcast of the "Jazz Heritage Series 2010 Radio Broadcast" featuring The Airmen of Note, hosted by Dick Golden. Special guest performances include the New York Voices, Joey DeFrancesco and Gary Smulyan.
Then check out "The Flash Drive Jazz Show" at its new time, 6pm-8pm, Thursdays starting May 27! Detroit's own Pamela Wise, jazz pianist and composer, is the featured artist.
French pianist, Yvonne Loriod, the wife of and interpreter of the music of modern classical composer Olivier Messaien, passed away on Monday May 17 at the age of 86.
There is no time in Detroit like the month of May for Electronic Music. Each year, the Detroit Electronic Music Festival (Movement) takes place over memorial day weekend in Hart Plaza. To help lovers of Electronic Music get pumped up, WHFR's "The Journey into Trance" and "Midnight Mix" host, BAM, will be welcoming some very special DJ's to the shows.
Tune in Thursday May 20 at 9pm to hear house music legend Terrence Parker along with well know Detroit DJ Dan Guzman.
Then check out Thursday May 27 to hear another well-known Detroit DJ Mykel Waters spinning live.
Want to try something new? Then tune in Wednesdays from 10am - noon for "Wind on the Waves!" This show features a variety of genres -- all with an emphasis on wind instruments. You'll hear vocals and lots of other instruments; but as host Bobby Breeze says, "If it don't blow, it don't go!"