Songwriters Showcase features some of the best new music in the folk and country traditions, ranging from sensitive singer-songwriters to crunching alt-country. You'll hear about people who will be appearing soon in the area, and get a sampling of in-studio performances too. Songwriters Showcase was founded in 1987 by Larry Weir.
Add a woman to radio and you've got "Dangerous Curves." Join host Sherri Danger as she presents her unique female perspective on music -- just remember to wear your seat belts. It's Dangerous Curves, and she's driving, every Monday afternoon.
We follow ska down every path of its long and winding history. You'll hear classic ska, two tone and third wave ska, as well as groovy rocksteady and early reggae. Plus any soul, punk and calypso that we have lying around.
Down Yonder is a celebration of bluegrass and old-time music in all its forms, from the classic high lonesome sound of Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs and the Stanley Brothers, to the modern sounds of contemporary artists. As the title of a Monroe instrumental tells us, "You must come hither to go yonder."
Visit the Yonder Calendar for updates on bluegrass shows in the St. Louis area.
The Mid-Day Jamboree with Fred Gumaer brings you the history of country music including early string bands, bluegrass, western swing, honky tonk and rockabilly styles, as well as contemporary, roots-oriented country artists.
dj Carlos G. Charles is your host on -Latin Hemispheres- an exploration on the many facets of Latin music, including contemporary dance and club beats, rock & roll, some traditional rhythms, jazz, tropical tunes, hip hop, roots music, romantic songs and even pop. From time to time a theme show will take you for a ride and change things up as Carlos delivers it all with that Latin touch. Gracias por su sintonia y mantengen se con ese ritmo la ...
Marjie Kennedy is your host for vocal music from all over the world. Mostly unaccompanied by instruments, Lotsa A Cappella ranges from funk to jazz to rock & roll, bawdy madrigals and saintly motets, the ringing chords of traditional barbershop quartets, authentic tribal chants, Southern-style shape note singing, the twang of bluegrass, the fervor of gospel, the croon of doo-wop and more.
Straight-ahead bluegrass -- no Astroturf -- hosted by Walter and Willa Volz. Part of each show will be dedicated to "Homegrown Grass" featuring artists from Missouri and Illinois both past and present, and festival and concert information, too.
It's a virtual explosion of fun -- The Big Bang!, hosted by real-life emergency room physician Jeffrey Hallazgo (Dr. Jeff), is a rollicking, fast-paced, action-packed 3 hour program featuring the best of the Sound of Young 1960s and early 1970s America - mostly rare and uncommon soul and pop (with the occasional hit thrown into the mix) all in the style of classic Top 40 Radio! Plus, every third Wednesday of the month is the Big Bang ...
Get an Uncontrollable Urge with bobEE Sweet. From the music your grandparents love to the music your parents hate, from iconoclasts to copycats, from old time to new wave, we'll liberate Wednesday afternoons with sound. There will be occasional specials on a variety of themes and events. That's Uncontrollable Urge on 88.1 KDHX. Independent music plays here.
Join Ann Haubrich, Jason Braun, Nicky Rainey and MK Stallings for a literary fishing excursion, some deep-sea, some skimming. The boat leaves the dock every Monday from 9 to 10 p.m. for readings, interviews and sundry lures. You'll be stunned at what they reel in!
Join your navigator Allen as he guides you from Abbey Road to Positively 4th Street, Beirut to Zip City, and all musical points in between. It's a wide mix of rock, Americana, power pop, alternative country and more.
Bruceman brings you the Lion's Den. It's 2 hours of high-octane rock & roll, featuring rare tracks from bands you know, hard to find albums and a healthy dose of one-hit wonders from the '60s and '70s.
Prodigal songs, wayward grooves, lyrical detours, soul folk in action – that's Feel Like Going Home, with Roy Kasten, three hours of indie rock, errant twang, dusty blues and acoustic-electric ballads.
Time Warp Radio features the roots of underground music from the USA, UK, Ireland, Germany, Sweden and more, all reflecting the various sub-genres of rock and their elements of jazz, country, blues, folk and even classical.
Train of Thought provides listeners with music that rocks -- be it metal, blues, punk, or something else entirely. Sometimes it even rocks to be mellow. In any case, the music flows like your new favorite mix tape.
Pop! The Beat Bubble Burst explores the music of the '60s with an emphasis on British Invasion and Mersey Beat, tracing those branches to the present day using examples from different decades. Selections echo the music of the sixties including power pop, jangle pop, pub rock, glitter and glam rock, neo-psychedelia and indie pop.
Jump on the Musical Merry-Go-Round with Grandfather Paul Stark as he shares 2 hours of family friendly music, stories and guests. You'll hear music from all genres and time periods, suitable for anyone of any age. If you've got a song suggestion or show comment, send Grandfather Stark a message at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit www.musicalmerrygoround.org for musician links, coloring pages, games and more.
Wrong Division features the best in progressive punk and experimental DIY rock, including everything from methodical, melodic post rock to erratic, noisy math. Join your host Joe and co-host Mabel as they showcase local to international bands and the music that influenced them. Learn more at the Wrong Division Blog.
Head across the tracks to Hip City, where soul, funk, R&B and hip hop all blissfully coexist, and no one discriminates against dance music, no matter the genre. The desired effect is what you get with Chris, every Wednesday afternoon.