Over the years, we've celebrated Black History month by bringing you unique radio specials along with generous giveaways. This year, we have a stack of the new Bob Marley live discs to pass along - watch this space and our FB page for deets on how to score one:
Bob Marley and The Wailers, Easy Skanking Boston '78, in stores Tuesday, February 17th. BobMarley.com has more info. Giveaways courtesy of our good friends at Universal Music.
We have moved all our specialy programming to the weekend, opening weekdays for more handselected music sets that include elements like "Remake/Remodel", My 3 Songs, "Double Image", "Indie Artists Now And Then", and full on Indie Artist Sets (complete blocks of songs from Indie artists).
Weekends look like this:
Noon: The Weekly Feed, scouring the internet and playing back the weeks best singles.
1p: The Rockabilly N Blues radio hour with Rockin' James Riley.
8-10a: Sunday Morning Americana, turning up the quiet for your Sunday morning sunrise
10a: etown, the popular public radio staple, presented in an uninterrupted, hour long segment.
11a: The Menace Block, hosted by Dennis The Menace, with The Menace's Attic in the first hour, 6 decades of rock and roll by theme.
Noon: Just Another Menace Sunday, featuring an artist interview in the first hour, then all new melodic rock and roll in the second
6p: Something Different with DJ Santo delivering the best in chill, nujazz, and global grooves (4 hours, with a new show first, followed by an encore show).
Check back here soon - the head instigator will be doing...something to fill this space.
The UK Guardian newspaper (yes, THAT Guardian) picked INDIE to represent their reporters recent trek thru Santa Fe, New Mexico, asking us to put together a tight, concise playlist to travel by, and this is what happened next:
We are a proud etown affiliate and present the show in a special commercial free format at 10am MT every Sunday with a rebroadcast Wednesdays at noon MT. For taping info - hit etown.org for more information.