Bricktown Station returns to the Motor Live Drive bringing new songs and a strong presence. This female fronted rock band is starting a busy week end of live shows right here on 89.3. Listen to Bricktown Station this Thurday at 5:00 pm or on the podcast available at 6:00 pm under "Musial Performances."
Have you ever ventured into Maxwell's Art & Treasures? Expect the unexpected! From anitques to collectibles, food to truck engines, crafts to music. It's all there. Join host Lynn as she welcomes Laura to IMPACT! tomorrow afternoon and find out what Maxwell's is all about. For more information, go to: www.maxwellsartandtreasures.com.
Find out about the 2011 Dearborn / Dearborn Heights CROP Hunger Walk. You might just want to take a few steps for a great cause. Check out the Dearborn / Dearborn Heights site: www.dearborncropwalk.org.
"How Parents Can Build a Rich Literacy Foundation For Their Children"--Host Margaret King Ahmed welcomes Carole Lower, educator, reading specialist and literacy coach for Dearborn.
Along with travels to many cities to hear great music and learn interesting facts, Singer/Songwriter Claudia Nygaard joins in Lynn's interpretation of GPS week. With some great guitar work and a wicked sense of humor, Claudia's songs interpret the ups and downs in our journey of lfe.
Join host Lynn when she welcomes Claudia and takes listeners to some interesting places. Of course, there'll be recipes for the roadtrip! Tune in tomorrow, noon-2pm for "No Boys A-Loud" right here on WHFR!
WHFR will be part of College Radio Day, along with over 200 other college and high school radio station from all over North America. In order to celebrate, WHFR is looking for testimonials from YOU, our WHFR Listeners, about the importance of WHFR and college radio in your life. If you would like to give a testimonial, please call 313-317-6579 to leave your recorded testimonial OR email your testimonial to email@example.com. Please send your testimonials by midnight Monday October 3. Then listen to WHFR on College Radio Day to hear all the WHFR Listener testimonials including yours throughout the day on Tuesday October 11. For more information about College Radio Day go to www.collegeradioday.com
This week on the WHFR Motor Live Drive @ Five features Stag-O-Lee. Stag-O-Lee features a drummer, guitarist and an intense Detroit singer. Make sure you tune in to the Motor Live Drive @ Five every Thursday at 5pm or if you miss it, check out the Motor Live Drive @ Five podcast by pressing the Musical Performances button above.
EarthSky22--"Richard Feynman is still awesome"; EarthSky8--"Joseph DeSimone on being an inventor"; and Planetary Radio--"Ending the World with a Song at Dragon Con." All science, always provocative!
Skrockin' Yer Butow... turns 20 this year!!! Mike D has been hosting the Skrockin' Yer Butow show since Sept 1991 and he is celebrating this major anniversary with a show full of live music.
Tune in for a special FOUR HOUR LIVE SHOW featuring in-studio, call-in and internet'd-in performances by TV PEOPLE, will soderberg, Windy & Carl, Petey & Joe, Found Object Orchestra Internationale & tons more!
This epic night of live experimental/noise will be re-broadcast SEPT 23rd --- TUNE IN WHILE YOU STILL CAN BEFORE SYB IS DESTROYED NEXT YEAR!!!!
This Thursday at 5:00 pm The Beggars one of Detroit most riotous party bands returns to Motor Live Drive @ 5. It's been more then two years since this five piece juggernaut has played live in our Studio J and they have a slew of new songs. If you miss them live be sure to check out the podcast under "Musical Performances" on our home page.
"Theme Attic" plays songs about peace to recognize the "International Day of Peace," Thursday, 10-Noon, September, 15th!
The "International Day of Peace" takes place on September 21st. "Theme Attic", the radio show that picks themes and plays music from a variety of genres about selected subjects will focus on "peace songs" this week to draw attention to this important date. Join host DJ Phil Maq on Thursday, September 15th at 10:00 AM for his clever and unusual takes on music!