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Music Shows

Music that Reflects, Enriches and Invites 

WEHC proudly plays an eclectic blend of music to suit our listeners. We feature local artists from the surrounding area as well as multiple other classic genres such as blues, bluegrass, classical, americana, classic rock, and more! WEHC also features a variety of talk shows that are both intellectual and informative.

  • Blue Monday: Mondays, 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.

    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. 

  • Born in the Mountains: Sundays, 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.

    Born in the Mountain is an hour of the best bluegrass, old-time, and gospel from foothills of the Blue Ridge and beyond.

  • Celtic Clanjamphry: Sunday, 5 p.m.

    Hosted by Jack Beck, Celtic Clanjamphry is a show where you will hear a mixture of Scottish and Irish music plated by natives and Celtic-Americans. The show offers not only traditional Celtic music, but Pop and Avant-garde as well.

  • Compact Discoveries: Tuesday, 2 p.m.

    Hosted by Fred Flaxman, 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.

  • Dead Air: Tuesday, 9 p.m.; Friday, 7:30 p.m.

    Hosted by Richard Graves, Dead Air is variety show that highlights the best in local and independent music with news and musings on art, literature, film, and culture.

  • From the Heart: Monday, 9 p.m. Saturday, 8 p.m.

    From the Heart is a music show that brings original songs from singer/songwriters of all musical genres to the spotlight. You won’t hear any cover songs or remixes, but rather the songs as the authoring artists meant for them to be heard. This ensures that the songs you hear come straight from the heart of the artists. Join host Jeffrey Cowart for some great music and the backstory to some of your favorite songs and artists.

  • Good Energy: Tuesday and Saturday, 7 p.m.

    Earth minute logoGood Energy is brought to you by host John Heil. Good Energy is a show that will bring to you a mix of eclectic music, along with energy news. As well as commentary on climate change, the environment, and personal living. Good Energy is a show filled with songs and information that relate to our choices and attitudes about the health of our planet. Listen to the talk segments on Apple podcast:

  • Hobo Stew: Tuesday, 10 p.m.; Friday, 9 p.m.

    Hosted by Craig Thompson, 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.

  • Infinite Highway: Monday, 8 p.m. Saturday, 8 a.m

    Keith Weiss is the host of “Infinite Highway” on WEHC 90.7 FM. Keith has been involved in broadcasting since high school. The school district where Keith attended high school in South Florida, has its own 3,000 watt FM radio station, WKPX. He gained valuable experience at a young age while hosting a radio show and news updates for the station. During his college years, Keith worked part-time in a variety of capacities at radio stations in Tampa, Miami and Sanford, Florida. After college, he pursued a career in broadcast journalism, which now spans more than 25 years. Keith has worked at television newsrooms in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Louisiana and the Tri-Cities. He has worked as the News Director for News 5 WCYB and Fox Tri-Cities since November, 2015. Keith has a passion for motorsports and is happy to call the Tri-Cities region, home! He is looking forward to presenting a wide variety of rhythm, roots and new discoveries from the world of music to listeners each week.

  • Kitchen Sink: Thursday, 9:30 p.m;Friday, 7 p.m

    Hosted by Celia East, Kitchen Sink is a show where no two episodes are the same. Each week features a different theme, genre, artist, or sometimes simply a combination of various songs and moods.

  • Motown/Beatles: Tuesday, 8 p.m.; Friday, 3 p.m.

    Hosted by David St. Clair, Motown/Beatles are musical essays that run in conjunction with each other and highlight the best music from the Beatles and Motown eras of history. 

  • Oldies Hour: Thursday, 8 p.m.

    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.

  • Retroclectic: Wednesday, 8 p.m.

    Retroclectic eatures an electric mix of genres including rock, soul, gospel, and funk as well as people in time periods ranging from Led Zeppelin to Dolly Parton. This radio show hopes to inspire you to not just listen to the music, but to get up and dance. Hosted by David and Ann Ledgerwood. 

  • Rise Up Singing: Wednesday, 9 p.m.; Saturday, 2 p.m.

    Join host Steve Fisher for an eclectic mix of alternative folk, country, and Americana featuring political music from social justice struggles past and present.

  • Sam’s Jam Wednesdays,10-11 pm
  • Sharing the Groove: Friday, 7 p.m.; Tuesday, 9:30 p.m.

    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 Appalachia.

  • The Road Unknown: Saturdays at 6:00 p.m.

    Join host, Bill McKee, on the Road Unknown each week here on WEHC 90.7 FM, as he weaves together music from different decades, genres and subjects to bring you music you like to hear. Sometimes mixing love, war, social conscious and the welfare of children. Other times he dips his toes into the history of music, blues, Motown or other turns down the road unknown. His focus is to always bring you music you want to hear, and hear more of.
    Occasionally Bill features an interview with a particular band, musician, songwriter and artist, complete with some of their great music.

    Archived interviews

  • Thursday Night Jazz: Thursday, 9 p.m.

    Enjoy great jazz music every Thursday night hosted by Al Bradly.

  • Tim White Blue Grass Hour: Sunday, 9 p.m.

    The Tim 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.

  • Vinyl Reflections: Wednesday, 7 p.m.; Saturday, 3 p.m.

    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.

  • Vocal Treasurers: Tuesday, 3 p.m.

    Bill Campbell’s program, Vocal Treasures, is heard on Tuesday afternoons at 3 o’clock. The music to be heard on the program spans the period from John Dowland (1500’s) to Thomas Ades (Present Day). The program features all genres of classical vocal music including selections from opera, oratorio, operetta, musical theatre, and both secular and sacred songs. All of the recording used in the program are from Bill’s extensive collection.

  • What in the World Wednesdays at 2 pm

    Host Eugene Wolf offers you a taste of music from all over this wonderful planet. Come ready to perk up your ears and freshen your heart every Wednesday at 2 pm.  

  • Wombats and Music: Monday, 7 p.m.; Saturday, 1 p.m.

    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: Wednesday, 3 p.m.

    Hosted by Susan Lachman, 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 get a grasp on the music scene provided solely by women.