The Town Crier is a music-based show which aims to inform as well as entertain. I will let listeners know about the upcoming week’s arts and entertainment events. Expect conversations with these event’s planners and organizers such as venue owners,farmers, brewers, art galleries and restaurants.You can stay up to date and listen to a variety of great music too.
Host Kevin Boucher talks with the rock and roll artists and eyewitnesses to the music and moments that have helped shape our lives. A combination of interviews and music, special guests will share their first-hand accounts and shine new light on the artists, albums, venues or trends that defined the spirit of rock and roll culture.
What does Everywhere music sound like? Each week the Collider Radio Hour takes listeners everywhere, on a journey across cultures, genres, and continents to discover new sounds and ideas from around the planet. It’s an hour of music for the open-minded, adventurous global citizen.
I Heart JRock with DJ Sakura is a loud noisy ride into the world of Japanese rock music! I will try to play the newest from all jrock/vk bands from japan. I will make announcements of up coming jrock bands playing the US, discuss anime conventions, I am hoping to get some interviews with bands as well.
Please visit my twitter @djsakura666 for jrock fangirlness.
Rick Haggerty hosts “Kickin’ It For Peace, Culture & Education,” a musically significant and fun weekly 2 hour show devoted to musical themes (with commentary), such as musical anniversaries, honoring musician birthdays and musician passing. Also highlighted is “This Date in Music History,” along with social justice and climate related spots, such as Prison Radio and Yale’s Climate Connections. My show audience members have reported looking forward to great music and learning facts about musicians and their music and musical careers that they never knew previously. Past live music and interview shows of “Kickin’ It” are available on my youtube channel and Archive.org.
OK Asia with DJ Panic features a wide variety of Asian artists, combining genres from dance, pop, rock, hip-hop, traditional, Bollywood, and R&B. We’ll talk about upcoming events, concerts and APOP culture.