This Thursday on "Motor Live Drive @ 5", the Motor team is excited to host Tracy Kash Thomas live in the WHFR studio. Tracy is the 2009 Michigan Music Awards winner for best jazz vocalist and she will be sharing music on Thursday at 5pm from her latest CD that is due out this weekend. If your unable to tune in during the live performance at 5pm Thursday, check out the podcast at our WHFR website. Simply click on the posting for April 22 and stream the music at your leisure. Check it out!
Join host Mike Holloway when he welcomes Spiritualist Minister, Master Astrologer, Psychic Reader and Medium Pamela Taylor to tomorrow's edition of "Metaphysically Speaking".
Reverend Taylor hosts "Out of the Ordinary... Into the Extraordinary", a metaphysical television show based in Grosse Pointe.
Learn about the meaning of dreams, how Reverend Taylor became an ordained minister, and when and how she realized her psychic abilities.
For more information about Reverend Taylor, check her website: mystic@IntoTheMystical.com.
Be part of the special events of Radiothon 2010 as we wrap up tomorrow!
10am: "The Lost Highway" with special guest "Doop" of the Inside Outlaws; join host Tom as he welcomes Doop and his acoustic guitar.
Noon: "No Boys A-loud" welcomes Sheila Landis and Rick Matle. Tune in for music and talk with host Lynn and these great friends of WHFR.
2pm: Tomorrow's "Saturday Spontaneity" gets the blues with bandleader Dr. Wally B.. Lynn & Dennis learn about "CatDaddy and the 1320s" blues band, hear some great live harp, and talk about WHFR history.
Please join us TOMORROW, April 17th, from 9pm - 1am for a great night of blues music at Dearborn's New Place Lounge! Our host band will be the "Pleasure Tones." Chris Bracey (drummer / vocalist / composer) fronts the trio, joined by guitarist Tony Amaro and bassist Ben Lettermoser. Expect the best in jump/swing blues and more.
Mayor John B. O'Reilly on "The New WHFR Journal" -- 1pm Friday, April 16; Wolfgang Spider and Barb Gitre Take Your Pledges On "Highway 61" -- 2pm Friday, April 16
Hear special guests on Friday's Radiothon 2010 programs.
Join host Jay Korinek as he chats with Dearborn Mayor John B. O'Reilly on "The New WHFR Journal"; then stay tuned for Jo Ann Korczynska's "Highway 61" when Detroit Blues Society reps Wolfgang Spider and Barb Gitre handle the Radiothon 2010 phones.
Feel free to call in your support at 313-845-9676 ext. 1 or 800-585-4322 ext. 9676, or use the "Radiothon 2010" button on the web page: www.whfr.fm.
Welcome back John Natiw and Rochelle Clark as they join hosts Alex and Dan on "The Roots Project" tomorrow morning at 10am.
Enjoy the live, local music while pledging your support to the "Station Making Waves" WHFR.FM!
For more information about The Potter's Field, check the website at: www.reverbnation.com/thepottersfield.
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Join host John Bommarito 10am-1pm Sunday, when he welcomes Jen Sygit and Sam Corbin to "Acoustic Alternatives" for Radiothon 2010.
Then, from 3pm-5pm, "Strictly Gospel" with host Andy Parks continues Radiothon 2010 with producer/singer Sean Harden and lifecoach Kimle Mitchell.
Stay tuned to 89.3fm all this week for the special guests, features and incentives of Radiothon 2010 on WHFR.FM. The "Station Making Waves" for 25 years, thanks to listeners like you!
Tune in noon Saturday for "No Boys A-Loud" at its new time. Host Lynn still brings you the best of female artists from all different genres -- just two hours earlier!
Seth Shostak, Senior Astronomer of SETI (Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence) and co-host of "Are We Alone?--Science Radio for Thinking Species," presented on WHFR every Tuesday, noon to 1 PM, will be interviewed by Jay Korinek on Tuesday, April 13, between noon and 1 PM, as part of a special 2010 Radiothon, "Science Hour" broadcast. Mr. Shostak has appeared frequently on a wide range of science-related radio and TV shows, from Larry King Live to the Discovery and Science Channels, and is considered an expert on a wide-range of current science topics. Listen in!