Latest Arrivals to Our Music Library

Artist Album
Frankie Animal Peaches
Jackie Hayes Eye 2 Eye
Hunter Ellis Face Tapes

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

Mon 10AM-12 Big Dawg - Blues
Mon 6-8PM The Wrekking Hours - Rockabilly
Tue 12-3pm Radio Vault Special Edition - Classic Radio Comedy / Mystery & 1970s Jazz Fusion
Tue 5-10pm Spirits Rejoice - Avant Jazz
Wed 12-2PM Afternoon Jazz - Jazz
Wed 6-9PM Cruisin' & Bluesin' with The Jumper - Southern Blues
Thu 12-2PM Sounds From the Corridor - Avant Jazz/Noise
Thu 6-9PM The Music Soul Boxx - R&B
Fri 10AM-12 BIG BAND, BROADWAY, and Beyond - Big Band
Fri 2-4PM Highway 61Fri 2-4PM - Blues
Sat 10AM-12 Light From The Underground - ALT. COUNTRY / FOLK / INDIE
Sat 6-8PM Lyrical Infusion - Neo-Soul / Jazz / World
Sun 10AM-1PM Play It By Ear - Jazz
Sun 7-9PM Hot Wax Radio - Music Variety

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02/26/2021 - 4:02pm

New Black History Month Program on "The WHFR Journal" THIS Friday, 2/26/21 from 1pm-2pm

Join us this Friday, Feb. 26 from 1 pm-2 pm for the WHFR Journal as we round out our on-air celebration of Black History Month. We’ll broadcast an HFC presentation from 2/11/21 called, Balancing the Scales: An Honest Conversation on Social Justice and Race" with Accomplished Poet and Spoken Word Artist and Host of Haze’s Higher Learning Podcast Ashlee Haze, as she explores the makings of identity and how we can work together to create a world where the scales are balanced.

WHFR Journal Black History Month Show THIS Friday, Feb. 19, 12pm - 2pm

Join us this Friday, Feb. 19 from 12 pm-2 pm for an expanded edition of the WHFR Journal as we celebrate Black History Month. We'll talk with Jarrod Benjamin, CEO and Founder of LEAD Firm Speaks, Consultant, and Facilitator about his HFC presentation from 2/3/21 called, "A Cautious Look at Canceling Culture" where he examines the five privileges - white privilege, religious privilege, gender privilege, heterosexual privilege, and socio-economic privilege and how to use privileges to make systems fairer for a justice culture. We'll then air that presentation in its entirety.


During the past week, the music community has lost two major innovators of jazz and modern music, Chick Corea and Milford Graves. Corea, through his work on piano, electric piano and synthesizers, was one of the leaders of not only jazz/rock fusion, but creative improvisation as well. Graves, through his work on drums and percussion, is considered one of the fathers of free jazz drumming. Both of these artists have been revered for decades and have been a big part of the jazz programming that you hear on WHFR.

Extended WHFR Journal Program TODAY, Feb. 12 to Celebrate Black History Month 12pm-2pm

Henry Ford College has developed a robust calendar of Black History Month activities that speaks to the current climate that we are experiencing as a country. WHFR is spotlighting some of these events during our WHFR Journal Programming on Fridays this month. Join us this afternoon for an extended Journal program airing from 12pm - 2pm that will feature a lecture from Feb. 3rd with dynamic speaker Brother Dr. Kalvin DaRonne Harvell, HFC Sociology Instructor and head of the HFC Black Male and Queens Focus Group.

WHFR Journal Program 1/29/21 Human Trafficking

Today's WHFR Journal, 1pm-2pm, is presenting a re-broadcast from a webinar that HFC presented this past Tuesday on the timely topic of human trafficking. January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and the webinar served to inform listeners and shine a light on this very important and difficult topic. HFC Student Conduct and Compliance Managers Anwar Beydoun and Munira Kassim lead off the hour with some insight as to why this event is so critical to our HFC community.