Latest Arrivals to Our Music Library

Artist Album
Rosie Lowe Now You Know
Andrea Kirwin Bloom
Confusions Grounds


If you would like to find out more about the music listed above, click on any of the artist or album links.

Back On The Air

With many new shows returning to the airwaves, check out our interactive WHFR programming grid to find your favorite WHFR shows, complete with details about each format and program host, here: WHFR Grid Schedule

Recently Played Songs

The Wrekking Hours

I Wanna Live by Hi-Q

09/20/2021 - 7:57pm
Hop & Bop

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Space is the Place Returns!

Returning to the WHFR airwaves this Friday, September 17, 2021, from 8pm-10pm is Space is the Place with your host Tom Wilson. The program, sidelined since 2020 when the Covid lockdown began, was just shy of celebrating 15 years on the air, and we're thrilled to have it back on WHFR. Please join Tom as he continues providing a great mix of rarely-heard avant-garde and experimental music along with its various sub-genres. That's the return of Space is the Place, Fridays from 8pm-10pm, only on WHFR-FM.

The Return of Mountain Stage

We are happy to announce to return of a long time favorite to the WHFR schedule.

Mountain Stage is back on the program schedule this week with a new feel. Long time host Larry Groce is stepping down and leaving the hosting of the show in the very capable hands of Grammy and CMA winner Kathy Mattea.

You'll be able to enjoy the show Thursdays at Noon, following another show that just returned to our airwaves, Acoustic Alternatives. Join John Bommarito for an interview with Larry Groce at 11 AM this week during his show

More Shows!

WHFR is continually modifying our broadcast schedule to bring you live shows hosted by in-studio DJs. Go With The Flow is our most recent "return-to-the-airwaves" program, offering Rockin' Blues on Fridays from 4:00-6:00 PM.

We Are Not Alone on Monday, September 6

Quartermaster Joseph Foster was on deck of a Coast Guard cutter in 1968 when he saw three objects careening at 3500 miles per hour over his Coast Guard cutter, the Mellon. Just ten minutes later, he learned of the sinking of a Soviet submarine, carrying three armed nuclear ballistic missiles and torpedoes, lost with all hands. Actually, he witnessed at least 4 major UAP events, beginning as early as childhood.  Join our discussion on Monday, Sept. 6 at 2PM. EST.
We Are Not Alone is a two-time award-winning radio show airing at its new time and day: the first Monday of each month at 2:00 PM EST with new shows each month.

COOPER-MOORE AT 75: A BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION

On Tuesday, August 31, from 5-9pm EDT, the Spirits Rejoice Radio Program will celebrate Cooper-Moore's 75th birthday with four hours of his music.

Cooper-Moore (born Gene Ashton, August 31, 1946, in Loudon County, Virginia) is well known in the creative jazz world for his brilliant work on piano and the many instruments that he has hand built over the years. Collaborations with William Parker, David S. Ware, Susie Ibarra, Assif Tsahar, Hamid Drake and many others have propelled him to be one of the most creative and beloved artists of his genre.