Roaming the Arts Radio

Feast Your Ears – WHFS

Coming Soon!
A DOCUMENTARY FILM:
Feast Your Ears: The Story of WHFS 102.3
is a feature length documentary film that will take you on a trip back to the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s when “free form” progressive FM radio was in its heyday in America. Broadcasting from “high atop the Triangle Towers” near Washington, DC the legendary & beloved WHFS was more than just a local radio station – it was the voice of a generation. Hear from local, national and international musicians, the ‘HFS deejays, record label veterans, journalists, historians, fans and more as they reflect on a time when the music united a tribe who spoke out via the radio waves about war, equality and a time of great social, cultural and political upheaval.

WMOT – Roots Radio

WMOT, 89.5 FM, MTSU’s flagship public radio station founded in 1969, is dedicated to an all Americana music format. WMOT Roots Radio, provides the Nashville region with a powerful radio station (100,000 watts) dedicated to the music most deeply connected to Music City’s legacy: classic country music, bluegrass, singer/songwriter, folk, soul, R&B and old-school rock and roll. 

Future Atlas Radio

Future Atlas Radio has nonstop global music ..right at your fingertips, commercial free, no payments, no sign ins, free apps in stores.

Radio Paradise

Radio Paradise is a listener-sponsored Internet radio station that identifies itself as an “eclectic online rock radio” station. The channel differs from most FM channels and other Internet stations in that the music played is chosen by human DJs to form thematic relationships in smooth arcs. Wikipedia

Mike’s Basement

Mike Marrone formerly the creator/director of SiriusXM “The Loft” doing what he does. Putting together great sets of music available for streaming.

WXPN

WXPN is a non-commercial, public FM radio station licensed to The Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that broadcasts an adult album alternative radio format, along with many other format shows

Music Planet Radio

Eclectic, progressive streaming out of Leesburg, Virginia

Roaming the Arts Radio

This set was compiled over 40 years ago. It certainly featured artists who have stood the test of time. It also includes two tracks from the Amazing Rhythm Aces whose vocalist Russell Smith passed away in July 2019. R.I.P.

Forty years ago this year (2020) was also an election year. Here is a set made then.

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