After watching Nicholas Zambeck, Ryan Chlebek, and Jon-Mikal Bartee rev up the crowd at Small's in Hamtramck, it was obvious these guys were weaned on The Misfits and The Damned. Listen live as they rip up the airwaves this Thursday at 5p.m. Then come back and share it with your friends. Download or stream the podcast any time, here at WHFR. Just click Music Performances; courtesy of the only station makin' waves!
It's the 5th Tuesday, which only happens every 3rd month or so, and for something different, WHFR has reached out to Peace Talks Radio. This month's show is titled: "The History of Peace Studies in the U.S. and a Profile of "Peace Pedalers." When you think back about your own history education, think about how much of it was a history of wars, and then ask yourself how much in there was a history of peace treaties, avoidance of war and successful nonviolent movements – maybe you heard a bit about Gandhi and King, but who else? Plus, a man who pedaled around the world for peace.
This young lady will encourage you as to the world of music in the NEXT generation. Recently recognized by local publication Metro Times as nothing less than a songwriting prodigy, Emma Islands joins us to share the music her new album, Echo. Tune in as you hear a voice you'll swear has lived many more years than her 13. Finding new talent. Yes, it's WHFR. Where after 30 years, we're just getting started.
Inspiring, thought provoking, and socially relevant…classic hip-hop from a female MC is back! With her debut album, Against All Odds: The Epic, ‘NiqueLoveRhodes combines smooth vocal delivery with penetrating lyrical content. Appearing with a full band as well as her DJ, this is poised to be quite the event. But then this WHFR, where after 30 years, we're just gettin' started!
Metaphysically Speaking's guest this month is Peggy Sue Dyer, Myomassologist and Transformational Life Coach. Peggy and host Mike Holloway discuss the benefits of massage therapy and how rewarding it is to help others. She also talks about the perks of working as a Transformational Life Coach. Be sure to tune in tomorrow at 1pm for this edition of Metaphysically Speaking, right here on WHFR. Remember, if you miss the broadcast, you can catch the podcast any time after 2pm, Tuesday, September 15.
It's back to school time, and especially exciting for the 18,000 students at Henry Ford College. Special guest President Stan Jensen will update us on the "State of the College." Plus, afterwards, our usual in-depth news and alternative views about Dearborn and the surrounding areas. Remember, this show is archived on this website as a podcast which can be listened to anytime after broadcast: click on Talk Shows--WHFR Journal--(select date).
Eric Gonzales is a young musician who embodies the question, "Why do we fall down? So we can learn how to pick ourselves back up!" From sharing his story at the open mic The Dovetail, to all around the world, his journey will be shared on the only station makin' waves, Thursday, September 10, 2015, at 5p.m. Join us.
Find out what HFC Career Services can do for you when Lynn interviews Chad Austin on today's IMPACT! Are you an alum? You have job-search resources available for life! Remember if you miss the broadcast, you can catch the podcast any time after broadcast; click on Talk Shows--Tuesday Forum--(select date).
There was some concern as to The Split's ability to show up today. But they just re-wrote that adage, "The show must go on!" Tune in to hear great music, and a story of TRUE ironman resolve, right hear on The Station Makin' Waves, 89.3FM, today at five o'clock!
WHFR.FM AND "SPACE IS THE PLACE" ARE VERY PROUD TO PRESENT A SPECIAL INTERVIEW / DISCUSSION WITH "THE FATHER OF ELECTRONIC MUSIC" HALIM EL-DABH FRIDAY AUGUST 28TH 6 P.M. TO 8 P.M.
Please join Whfr.fm 89.3 FM and Tom Wilson, Host of "Space is the Place" fridays 6-8 p.m. on Friday 8-28-2015 for an Incredible Listening Opportunity as He Speaks Live via phone to Composer, Performer,Ethnomusicologist and Educator, Particularly Known as an Early Pioneer of Electronic Music, Halim El-Dabh