ArtBeat: Live commentary and recorded interviews and conversations with art makers and supporters in Maine and beyond are the core of ArtBeat’s one-hour show. The unedited recordings take place in the studios and exhibition spaces where work is being produced and shown. Like a cop on her beat, ArtBeat strives to be on the ground close to the action and to set a tone of candid, in-the-moment connectedness.
Join host, Jo Lindsay, Rockland Public Library ,Camden Public Library and the Rockport Library as they discuss upcoming events at the libraries. Informative and often funny, “Love My Library,” provides an in depth look at the programs offered at the Rockland and Camden Libraries. Join us for discussions, music, and laughter the last Friday of every month
On MIXTAPE you’ll hear releases from today’s best alternative artists along with an
eclectic mix of rock, folk, R&B, electronic and country. I’ve been collecting music all
my life and making mix tapes for just as long. The days of audiocassettes are long
gone but the craft of making a good mix remains the same – selecting songs that
work together to tell a story.
I have been bicycle touring for over 25 years. Last winter I completed a tour across the USA (San Diego to Tallahassee to Atlanta, AMTRAK to St. Paul,MN, to Binghamton, NY). Each week I will talk with local bicycle experts (mechanics), tourers, and visiting bicycle tourists.
To imbibe is to drink. My interpretation of my show title is to take in the music with intention and allow it to influence you with its positivity. Join me as I dig into my personal experiences with music that have shaped my appreciation and understanding of life. Expect to hear a generous spread of jam, funk, folk, indie, and electronic. I will set the audio scene with long tracks, live sets, and full albums as to not interrupt your listening experience. Tune in, turn up, and let the music into your life. Just remember, where we're going, we don't need roads.
Cheech's radio hour celebrates creativity and community. Artists, musicians, writers and non-profit and community leaders are all welcome on the program. Past celebrity guests have included Dave Gutter (Rustic Overtones) and John Flansberg (They Might Be Giants). Between guests Cheech plays old and new contemporary rock and folk music. On occasion there has also been story telling and original radio plays by local authors, playwrights and performers.
Start off with a spin on Rotary Time from 3-4 and stay for Happy Hour, ‘The Longest Hour In Radio ™’, featuring Music (who knew?), Celebratory Send-Outs, and ‘From Where I Stood; The Millay Moment’ in honour of Rockland’s native poet, Edna St. Vincent Millay.
Playlists & Shows: Djchuck.ee
A mix of poetry, old and new, along with music. The music may be anything from “popular” tunes from the 30’s through the 70’s, including country, rock, swing, and occasionally some classical pieces. Grampy Keith hopes to interest local folks who are writing verse to come to the station and read their own poetry for the listeners to enjoy!
Each week Jacinda will dig into a gardening or growing topic. She'll pick from history, science, folk traditions, current events and practical information to give you an exciting picture of plants, tools, and gardening practices. Jacinda will also play you a few appropriately selected songs.
In Town Tunes with Jo Lindsay Tuesdays 9am – 10am. (Repeats on Thursdays at 12pm Noon). Midcoast Maine’s local music show. Jo plays local musicians from the midcoast area, and musicians playing in the area in the up coming weeks. If you don’t think there is a lot of music in the midcoast area you’re not listening! Click here for past shows
Professor Bop and his sometimes able assistant explore the Jurassic era of modern american music, (yes, the contradiction in terms is intentional) called Bebop. We will feature such noteworthy constituents as Bird, Diz, Monk, Fats, Klook, and Bud. Some forays into more modern jazz are possible with a smattering of Beatniks thrown in.
Random Rules is an exercise in spontaneity. A longtime mixtape maker and playlist fine-tuner, host Scott Sell will cast aside any semblance of a plan in favor of making song decisions on the spot. Will Glen Gould playing Bach's "Goldberg Variations" sound good after psychedelic 1970s Zamrock? Only one way to find out!
A show dedicated to the music of Paul Motian. Paul spent his lifetime (1931- 2011) in Jazz as a drummer, composer, sideman and band leader. Each week, the show centers around a theme such as early influences, particular compositions, a time period or his work with specific players. The show also features short readings from his autobiography, journals and interviews. Input and questions from the community are welcome.
Check out the 167! Podcasts available for listening here: https://jazzcloset.blogspot.com/p/show-links_71.html and here: https://jazzcloset.blogspot.com/p/archived-shows.html
The Vinyl Hour” is hosted by Kyle Swan every Sunday evening from 8 – 10pm. The program showcases a variety of musical genres including the Blues, Jazz, Rock and Pop, Country, the Big Band era and more. Kyle plays only vinyl records from his extensive collection, broadcasting live. With turntables spinning, he travels back in time, “letting the tone arm gently ride the groove.”
"THE FLIPSIDE SHOW: a tour through my collection of sound recordings that are kept in my innersanctum known as 'The Flipside'. Sound recordings are in the form of 78 rpm records, 16-inch radio transcriptions, reel-to-reel tape, etc and include things from jazz, big band, classic radio broadcasts, novelty, rare, unusual and/or forgotten goodies!"