WHFR Podcasts

Amanita Resurrects Prog Rock in a GRAND way, on this Motor Live Drive Podcast for May 22, 2014

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These five young guys have a profound love for Prog Rock, Hardcore, and even Avant Jazz, and it comes together in a FANTASTIC way on this Motor! These fellas drive hard on their instrumentals, they even included one vocal track showcasing their wide-ranging songwriting skills. You'll hear hints of Yes, Dream Theatre, and be glad you tuned in.

WHFR Forum Podcast for May 20, 2014

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The New WHFR Journal Podcast for May 16, 2014

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The Pirate Soul Band bring Classic Rock to the Motor Live Drive Podcast for May 15, 2014

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Oakland county's first word on classic rock show off their Alice Cooper, Kiss Roots, along with generous helpings of alternative & R&B, and just have FUN on Motor. These guys have personality, and it's obvious in their music. Music will move you, between song banter will crack you up. What more d'ya need? Tune in.

WHFR Forum Podcast for May 13, 2014

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WHFR Journal, 5-9-14: National Bike Month

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In honor of Spring (finally) in Michigan, we interview John Lindenmayer, Advocacy & Policy Director (& Webmaster) for the League of Michigan Bicyclists, a non-profit organization devoted to the advancement of bicycling--for recreation and for commuting--and increasing the safety of bicyclists on the roadways in Michigan. Lots of events, legislation, and future initiatives to help support inexpensive transportation and a more healthy lifestyle!
Plus, we'll feature the latest Dearborn area news and, as always, alternative views to stimulate discussion.

Motor Live Drive Podcast for May 8, 2014

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Tuesday Forum, 5-6-14, 1-2 PM: We Are Not Alone

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Mr. Phil Kava is our guest this week. Phil is a Michigan native who, with family and friends, has witnessed UFOs over Lake Michigan and believes that the Lake’s waters, along with other bodies of waters around the world, hold a great attraction for their occupants. He claims that he has developed the ability to summon UFOs through meditation. Mr. Kava was recently featured on an episode of Discovery Channel’s “Uncovering Aliens." He has worked with the late W.C. Levengood in the area of subtle energies which offers strong evidence of a universal consciousness which we may all tap into.

The New WHFR Journal Podcast for May 2, 2014

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7 Layers gets their funky/ska/rock on this Motor Live Drive Podcast for May 1, 2014

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Great Motor City live act 7 Layers comes and runs thru several tracks that show why they're such an in-demand act.

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