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WFHB LOTUS FESTIVAL 2017 SPECIAL PROGRAMMING

Once again, WFHB Music presents a heavy dose of Lotus-centric programming! WFHB’s Afternoon Music Mix on Thursday (1-5pm), Morning and Afternoon Music Mix on Friday (6-8am, 9-11am, 1-5pm), and a special Lotus mix Noon-2pm on Saturday will feature music exclusively from Lotus 2017 artists. On Friday and Saturday, WFHB’s 2017 Lotus Live sessions will be broadcasting live from Blockhouse Studios. …

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WFHB’s Old Time Train 45 Crew Change Party

Mike Kelsey and Arbutus Cunningham, co-hosts of WFHB’s “Old Time Train 45” program, will be celebrating their retirement from the airwaves at the Old Time Train 45 Crew Change Party – this Saturday, April 8th from 4 to 7pm at Player’s Pub – featuring an all-star cast of local old-time musicians including The New Old Broadcasters, Art Heckman, Mitch and …

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Interview with documentary director Adam Kahan – Rahsaan Roland Kirk: The Case of the Three Sided Dream

Adam Kahan is the director of Rahsaan Roland Kirk: The Case of the Three Sided Dream, screening at IU Cinema at 3pm on Sunday, March 26. This screening will be followed by a post-film discussion moderated by WFHB Community Radio’s Jim Manion with Director Adam Kahan, Dorthaan Kirk (Rahsaan’s widow), and Rory Kirk (Rahsaan’s son). This documentary is an absorbing …

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Tall Steve’s NYE Countdown 2016 – Saturday at 9pm

2016 was a great year in music. WFHB’s resident statistics geek, Tall Steve, just drilled deep into our Spinitron database to find out what albums received the most airplay picks by our volunteer DJs this year. Tune in New Years Eve at 9pm for our annual Tall Steve’s New Years Eve Countdown. From 9 until Midnight, Steve will count down …

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WFHB Music presents “London Calling” Marathon

WFHB has a listening alternative for you this holiday weekend – an eight hour marathon of Joe Strummer’s London Calling – airing on WFHB Friday night 12/23 at 9pm and Saturday night 12/24 at 6pm. Joe Strummer, the legendary gravel-voiced punk-poet from The Clash who died December 22, 2002, loved to listen to music on the radio. Even as he …

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