Join host David St. Claire as he relives one of the greatest bands of all time, the Beatles. It was once said that the Beatles wrote all the great songs, and they pretty much did. David St. Claire takes you down a journey through many of the popular Beatles albums and relives the great memories he had growing up listening to them.
Host Dylan Robinson will take you back in time as he explores the great music that may not necessarily be played on the radio anymore. On Back In Time, you will hear an eclectic variety of songs ranging from ZZ Top to Louie Armstrong.
A great mixture of bluegrass music that touches the heart and soul of the region of Southwest Virginia.
A traditional mix of blues music, guaranteed to start your week off right. You will hear everything from Etta James and Blind Willie Jackson to Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears. We have Robert Johnson, Howlin' Wolf, Derek Trucks, Clapton, King, and Waters. If it's the blues, we play it here.
Classical Tuesday is an eclectic variety of classical music each Tuesday afternoon.
Compact Discoveries is an exciting new approach to beautiful, classic music. Each hour is based on a different theme. The host, Fred Flaxman, is an award-winning writer and public broadcaster.
Join local artist Jon Fox as he plays some of his favorite and most popular hits that range from classic rock and bluegrass to country and Americana.
Bluegrass Pink Floyd? Black Sabbath in Latin? Oh, it can get weirder than that on Curious Covers. Host Bob Hoffman brings you some of the strangest and most enjoyable versions of songs you thought you knew.
Dead Air is variety show that highlights the best in local and independent music with news and musings on art, literature, film, and culture.
Big band jazz and swing from the Golden Age of radio is something to be remembered. Curt plays a variety of jazz and swing music guaranteed to get anyone ready to jive.
Hobo Stew is a show that plays anything worth listening to and leaves no rock unturned to satisfy your musical appetite. The shows free-wheeling nature spans different genres and styles from all over the world and throughout history.
Local musician and singer/songwriter Adam Bolt provides a show that will feature local artists making appearances in the studio to perform a few songs and discuss their backgrounds and influences. The featured music will primarily consist of folk music, alt-country, and local musicians.
The mission of Local Grass Radio is to promote the unknown, unsigned local bands across the country, giving them a chance to promote their music and be heard on a national stage.
Local music is an intricate part of what makes our region distinct. Local Music Scene showcases local artists and singer/songwriters to the community and lets them know when and where they can catch these local musicians next gig.
Madison's Mixtape is an eclectic blend of the rules of compilation and the emotions of music.
Join host Doug Nichols as he takes you back in time to hear how history impacted music. You can hear tunes as a result of 9/11, the Martin Luther King Assassination, or the first songs ever heard on MTV.
Join local community member Ed Hibbitts to get the very best in his oldies music collection. Look forward to hearing music from the first four decades of rock and roll.
Join Dave and Ann Ledgerwood for a mixture of everything you can think of with all kinds of genre, time periods, and people. You might Led Zeppelin or you might just hear Dolly Parton!
An eclectic mix of alternative folk, country, and Americana featuring political music from social justice struggles past and present.
Host Brent Treash shares music from the bands you love now, and those you will love in the future. Covering the musical gauntlet folk, Americana, and jam, Brent has a good handle on the musical pulse of the Appalachians.
Join our own E&H student Cole Conley as he mixes up some R&B and Soul music that features artists such as R. Kelly, Boyz 2 Men, and Brian McKnight.
Sounds of the South takes you down the road of classic country and bluegrass that features artists such as Johnny Cash, Garth Brooks, George Strait, and even some local and national bluegrass bands.
Worship every Sunday morning is good for the heart and for the soul.
The Time White Bluegrass Hour is nothing but a full hour of true bluegrass and mountain music like Grandma and Grandpa used to play. Sit back and relax each Sunday evening and expect only the best in bluegrass, old time, and comedy.
David Winship grew up with folk, protest, country, and 60's and 70's rock and roll music. He has kept his vinyl record collection together over the years and has a story to go with every album. On Vinyl Reflections he will share his selections from several records and give their history as he remembers them.
Join host Harry Baya as he plays his personal favorite songs, brand new songs, with a few "wombats" (odd, peculiar songs) thrown in! He promises a wide assortment for your listening pleasure including country music.
Women on Air is a radio program that focuses on music for women, by women. Women's music, at its birth, was largely rooted in folk music. Although these roots still influence contemporary women artists, the genre has become much more diverse over the years. Tune in to Susan Lachmann's Women on Air to get a grasp on the music scene provided solely by women.