Latest Arrivals to Our Music Library
Recently Played Songs
Classical 24 by Classical 24
Please by Chris Issak
Black Snake by Junior Eyes
(You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care by Buddy Holly
Leave This Lesbian World by Improved Sound Ltd.
It's Day 2 of Radiothon 2023!
Welcome to Radiothon 2023! To keep the station operating successfully, we need to ask for your financial support. We make this request one week out of the year, and we call it Radiothon. This year’s Radiothon runs today through April 1st, and the theme is “Branching out farther into our community”. We’re looking for your help to keep our efforts going strong. Please click the "Radiothon Pledge levels" button to your left or the "Donate" link above to make your pledge of support to WHFR. Every bit really does help.
Congratulations to WHFR's MAB award-winning DJ!
Congratulations to longtime WHFR DJ Lisa Fakir, known on-air as Da' Diva, who was awarded first place at the recent Michigan Association of Broadcasters Great Lakes Media Show last week. Lisa won in the category of best show promo for her show Lyrical Infusion in the college broadcasting category. The show airs on Saturdays, from 5pm-8pm, on WHFR and features jazz, world, and blues music.
Happy St. Patrick's Day from WHFR
Happy St. Patrick's Day to our WHFR listeners. Remember, we're all a little Irish today! Stay safe and enjoy the holiday!
HFC main campus electrical shutdown Saturday, March 18
Attention loyal listeners! The WHFR studios will be without power for a scheduled electrical shutdown on Saturday, March 18, beginning at 2:30 p.m. and lasting for up to 4 hours. You won’t hear us over the air or via streaming, but no need to worry… we’ll start broadcasting again as soon as the power is restored. Thank you in advance for your understanding!
Thornetta Davis Phone Interview on March 17th during Highway-61
WHFR 3pm(EDT) Highway-61
Phone Interview with Thornetta Davis
Please tune in 89.3FM, [ https://www.WHFR.FM/streamer/ ]
Friday 3pm(EDT) for a very special live-on-air phone call to #whfrfmradio from
Thornetta Davis, "Detroit’s Queen of The Blues" ~during the Highway-61
Blues program (Fri., 2pm until 4pm).
Thornetta Davis will be opening this Saturday evening's concert on,
March 18th, at 7:30pm in the Michael A. Guido Dearborn Theater at the
Ford Community and Performing Arts Center for the "Dearborn Rotary 100th Anniversary Celebration,