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Classical 24

Classical 24 by Public Radio International

01/03/2021 - 10:34pm
Classical 24


To celebrate the end of a year to forget (2020) let's take a look at the end of a good year in music, 1970. From the blues/rock of Johnny Winter and Derek & The Dominoes to the beginnings of jazz/rock fusion with Miles Davis and Soft Machine, it was a good year indeed. Join me for two hours worth on Tuesday January 26 from 5-7pm to listen and enjoy. Forward....Into the Past......

We're itching to get back in the station!

Just checking in to let our great listeners know that we are itching to get back into the station to bring you the great local content we have all enjoyed over the years. As the current situation continues on we will continue to bring you the classical programming that we have been broadcasting but as soon as things change and we can get back in we let you all know as soon as we can. So keep an eye on the website or sign up for the e-newsletter (button is further up the page) to be kept up to date on the latest happenings at the station.

Idles: They are NOT a punk band.

At least according to singer Joe Talbot on numerous occasions. However, there is a reason he has made this declaration on numerous occasions, many outlets and fans often slap genre titles on them like punk, post-punk, post-hardcore, etc. So maybe there is a reason for this. The band's bigger tracks are often up tempo and loud rock tracks with raucous vocals reminiscent of UK street punk outfits like The Exploited (in their early years, think Dead Cities) if they were singing.

Special WHFR Journal - Friday, Dec. 18, 12:50pm

This month marks the 35th anniversary of WHFR's first on-air broadcast, and we’re celebrating this "birthday" during the December 18 edition of the WHFR Journal (with a special start time of 12:50pm), featuring a very special guest: former Station Advisor and founder of WHFR, Jay Korinek. Jay will share details about the station's history and well as some interesting anecdotes about WHFR over the years. He was present for most of the 35 years, and we’re very excited to have him back on the airwaves on the show he created, the WHFR Journal.

End of an Era: Mike D's Skrockin' Yer Butow Ends Sunday January 3rd after 30 years on the air!

This year marks Skrockin' Yer Butow's 30th year on the air, and today’s show will also be its final broadcast… the countdown just started at 6:00PM!

“DEATH TO SKROCKIN’ YER BUTOW” broadcasts 7:00-10:34pm in Dearborn/Detroit at 89.3FM on the radio dial, and to the rest of the world via our webzone:

If you plan on listening, I invite you to test WHFR’s streamer now, just to make sure it works.