Artist Music Submission

If you are a local artist or band and are interested in having your music played on WHFR, please send us your content for airplay consideration. Send us your physical or digital copy and you might just hear yourself on our airwaves. Contact the WHFR Head Music Director at whfr-md@hfcc.edu or 313-845-9783.

Or, you may mail in a copy of your music for our library at:

WHFR-FM c/o HFC
Attn: WHFR-MD
5101 Evergreen Road
Dearborn, MI 48128
U.S.A.



As a reminder, all music is happily accepted and considered, but not guaranteed for airplay. That decision is up to the individual program host. Also, be sure to submit only clean or edited tracks. Non-radio-edited music will not be considered for airplay.

News

Happy Earth Day to our Loyal Listeners from your Home-Grown broadcast and internet station, WHFR. We wish you a beautiful day and encourage you to celebrate and respect our earth through kindness, thoughtfulness, and purpose. Donate to Radiothon today to mark this festive occasion!

We have some "fun fact" Radiothon pledge levels this year to go along with our theme of "WHFR - Your Home Grown Radio Station." Thanks in advance for your pledge of support!
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$270 Pledge: WHFR's Power Level – We broadcast at 270 watts of power on the FM radio dial. This level Includes TWO Engraved Brass Leaves* on the WHFR Family Tree, located on the main wall outside of the WHFR Studios in Dearborn. Consider one for you and one to dedicate to someone else!
$100 Pledge: WHFR's Tower Level – Fun fact: Our broadcast tower is 100 feet tall.

WHFR is reaffirming our commitment to HomeGrown local and independent music during Radiothon 2021 and we are focusing on two bands we have nurtured throughout their career.

Two of the most celebrated Dearborn area bands – space-rock ambient duo Windy & Carl and punk band Labour Day Weekend – will be featured in a special way throughout the week, from April 19-24, 2021.

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It's been quite a year, and WHFR Radio has been right here with you. Whether you've been enjoying our classical music to help life's challenges or are thrilled to have our local, independent programming back on the air, know that our roots are firmly planted in our community. WHFR Radio has been committed to providing programming that is little else (or not at all) heard on the metro Detroit radio dial for 35 years. With original musical styles from talented and creative area artists and great local talk – we air what other stations won't.

WHFR's Radiothon 2021 is coming soon...

Be sure to listen for special programming and features including blasts from our early days in local radio from former WHFR DJs, local bands and artists, and lots of ways to support WHFR as we keep our roots planted in local radio and our wonderful community!

Tune in Friday, April 2 at 1pm for our special spotlight to kick off Autism Awareness Month with Autism Speaks, the advocacy and support organization for people with Autism, their families, and communities. Patti Gold, Great Lakes Chapter Executive Director will share insight on Autism Spectrum Disorder and provide info on diagnosis and avenues of support. Also, segment two of the Journal will feature PRX's MyNDTALK with Dr. Bryna Siegel as he discusses the Politics of Autism. Join us for this powerful hour of programming on the local news and views show, The WHFR Journal.

WHFR is excited to announce Radiothon 2021 will take place the week of April 18 - 24, 2021. This will be slightly different from our pledge drives in the past and we have some great new things to announce during Radiothon 2021. Stay tuned!!!

Tune in to the WHFR Journal today at 1pm for a look at what's going on at the Dearborn Public Library this spring season. Dan Lodge, Librarian I of Adult Services will share details on upcoming events that are free to the public. Topics include instant pot use, film history, and pop culture.

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.

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.