It's a trip back in time to those days in your daddy's pickup truck, with the George Jones, and Waylon Jennings 8-tracks playing; or to the times in your grandmother's kitchen, drinking an RC, eating too many Smarties, Mary Janes, or Tootsie Rolls, with Eddy Arnold or Kitty Wells in the background. Perhaps it's the Hank Jr. or Alabama song that's part of the soundtrack for that special vacation, first baseball game, first car, or first love. Whether the year was 1993, 1973, or 1953; the memories return with Ultimate Twang. The reminiscent sounds of days past from the voices and pickers you loved, along with a few you might have forgotten about. Simply sit back and enjoy, as the gentle breezes of yesterday carry those long-lost sounds and events back to the forefront of your memories.
You'll hear every kind of blues imaginable from the birth of recorded blues in the 1920's to contemporary artists and everything in between. Blues music reflects everyday life and the full range of emotions that entails. Blues is not just about being down and out, but celebrating life as well. So if you like to have fun and boogie, then tune in every Friday from 7-9pm! Boogie on!
Sir Bo Turbo Aka Robert Price sets forth what can only be described as an astringent decadent mind melt cocktail-haphazardly meshing Psychedelia, Funk, Euro Prog, Noise, obscure children's records, Kraut, Post punk, music of unknown ethnic origin,LPs , (@#$?), art rock, musique concrète, metal, country, bubblegum and minimalistic bouts of experimentation into a cyclonic colonic blitzkrieg.
The show prominently features a segment called Singles going unsteady (comprised of found-scratchy and often obscure 7' vinyl and B sides ei from Bo's personal rec collection,borrowed from Static Age, friends or rummaged from various thrift stores
>Randomly spinning these classic platters as well as the dregs irresponsibly but with extreme anally explosive fortitude
"Beyond the realm of comprehension" promises to make any chill lounge transform into an all out sex party…..minus the sex..or the chill
Exploring the issues of sustainability in energy, environment and economics across the region and the world.
Bombshell-ter Radio features the best trip-hop, electronica, chillwave, dreampop, experimental bass and special selectricities. Tune in for new music, new albums, old favorites, artist interviews and lots of special features. Listen live on AshevilleFM every Tuesday afternoon 3-5PM EST with Producer, Host and DJ Ms. Amandi. She plays the music that makes you go - boom.
A musical journey through space, time, and sound. This program's diversity reflects the host’s inability settle on a favorite genre of music. Her free-form exploration features punk, funk, metal, electronica, reggae, and more. Whether you’re into gritty-epic guitars or sexy-smooth funkalicious grooves, Sonic Latitude wants to take you there.
Listening to music with friends. A weekly mix-tape of songs often neglected but "not to be missed" as recommended by guests who take time to "riff" about their love of music.
Call-in variety show with guests from Asheville and beyond. Topics include comedy, community and whatever else happens. Regularly features live music in the studio. Contact Michele to be a guest! email@example.com
Here's the facts: we are on a beautiful ball of dirt that is hurtling thru space while some force totally beyond our ability to comprehend creates us, keeps us breathing, and will remove us. If we live to be 100 we have 36,500 days to enjoy it. Words of Peace explores this reality and how to make the most of it with heart to heart excerpts from Prem Rawat's addresses to audiences all over the world. Prem has been internationally recognized many, many times as an authority on peace and contentment, and his message is quite uplifting.
He aquí los hechos: estamos en una hermosa bola de suciedad que se precipitaba a través del espacio, mientras que una fuerza totalmente más allá de nuestra capacidad de comprensión nos crea, nos mantiene respirando y retiraremos nosotros. Si vivimos para ser 100 tenemos 36.500 días para disfrutarlo. Palabras de Paz explora esta realidad y cómo sacar el máximo partido de ella con el corazón de extractos del corazón de las direcciones de Prem Rawat a las audiencias de todo el mundo. Prem ha sido reconocida internacionalmente muchas, muchas veces como una autoridad en la paz y la alegría, y su mensaje es muy edificante.
The open door radio show is a platform that concentrates on local and sometimes regional hip hop artists. Their music, lives and art, will be shared in an inclusive and engaging manner. We are creating an atmosphere and an outlet for some very talented and often overlooked artists to shine.
A minded concern of word, sound and transition
Two hours of African-rooted music and news from around the world.
Living Well explores the many ways that we can live well in our lives and in our community. Each week, Dr. Bob interviews a local guest who shares how they live well in their own life and how they inspire others to do the same. Listeners are welcome to call the show with questions and comments. Dr. Bob will also provide commentary, information from the news and internet, and local community events that support our ability to live well.
Join us as we pay tribute to K-Tel Records by playing a different K-Tel LP compilation from the 70s & 80s each week played in its entirety from the top of the A-side to the bottom of the B-side, hosted by DJ Adrian Qiana
The Siren will woo you with sweet, sexy and sometimes haunting melodies. Depending on the mood, your journey to the deep may be on a metal vessel, a hip hop ride, down home honky tonk or smooth R&B.
The Asheville FM News Hour features news, commentary and interviews from throughout Asheville and WNC. Every week, we're proud to air CalCast from The Mountain Xpress, featuring "Echoes," written by Sean Smith, performed by Liberated State. Tune in every Thursday at 7pm for lively discussions with news makers, non-profits and everyday folks.
And the Address, a program of strange, yet compelling music in a free-form setting. Entertaining and informative chatter, occasional guests and lots of surprises.
A really close-minded look at boring rock n' roll during the stupid 70's and the tasteless 80's. You won't have any fun at all listening to self-styled "underground music", badly recorded racket, and/or forgotton-for-a-reason one-hit-wonders. Let's party.
Here's the facts: we are on a beautiful ball of dirt that is hurtling thru space while some force totally beyond our ability to comprehend creates us, keeps us breathing, and will remove us. If we live to be 100 we have 36,500 days to enjoy it. Common Ground explores this reality and how to make the most of it with heart to heart excerpts from Prem Rawat's addresses to audiences all over the world, interviews, discussions and music - all coming from a desire to simply enjoy being alive.
Remember that first song you really loved? Remember that concert that felt like it changed you? Remember when we robbed that liquor store singing that Bel Biv Devoe song? Feels Like the First Time is all about music that has/does/will matter to me to you to that guy to somebody. Playing tunes and talking about them tunes.
The Final Straw works to bring new music and new ideas to it's audience. A mixed-format show, The Final Straw presents a dynamic mix of music from around the world alongside interviews concerning radical political, social, economic and environmental issues. The hosts, Bursts O'Goodness & William, hope to make radical content more accessible to a wider and wider audience. Content suggestions are always welcome.
If you'd like to suggest content for the show, contact us at:
thefinalstrawradio (at) riseup (dot) net
Congo Square, Storyville, Dixieland, rock n'roll, jazz, R&B, boogie, brass, funk, Mardi Gras and even funerals all add spice to Mama Roux's New Orleans Gumbo as she takes us on a musical journey through one of the world's most beloved cities.
Experimental, genre defying music for all ages and from all ages. Pretty much anything is fair game here but there is an emphasis on minimal electronics of the non-dance persuasion as well as post-classical, between-the-cracks rock and some good ol’ time Musique Concrete when I can find it. We’ll also give emphasis to new releases when they come in. Non serious music for the academic listener.
Mental Notes seeks Utopian idea of freedom to play a free-form mix of trash, obscure-but-familiar, new or recent discovery, attempts to deliver lyrically engaging music interspersed with warm and friendly bs, non sequiturs and perhaps some illuminating musical history. Every Saturday night Steven sounds the Death Knell of commercial tedium, it's worth missing church for.
In case you miss it, here's the archive link: http://stream.ashevillefm.org/mentalnotesstream.m3u
Here's the Android App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.legind.ashevillefm&fea...
Post-punk, pre-punk, new wave, old wave and whatever seems right for the time, what with the economy and all.
Music from around the world with an emphasis on music of the Mediterranean
Tune in to hear delicious bites of all things film! Mark McCloud of Orbit DVD and Kim Roney will be on each week, with more than just 2 cents! Expect to hear what's new in theatres, new on DVD, special releases, local screenings, and special guests. Photo by Max Cooper.
Taking its name from one of sports' oddest stories, Steve Sax Syndrome is a sports talk show with a mix of comedy and music. Sports news of the day, week, or year will be discussed to within an inch of its laugh. Correspondents from across the region and around the world will join us to talk about their favorite teams, special sports events, and personal histories. Mostly, we will find guidance from the words of that great sports philosopher Rasheed Wallace: "Both teams played hard."
Past episodes available at soundcloud.com/stevesaxsyndrome.
Radio Active Kids is a program just for kids! Join host T-Bone and the gang in an interactive show that explores all things kids. Themed shows feature cool kid-friendly tunes, storytelling, interviews on movies and books, and cool stuff happening in the Asheville, NC community. Comedy and call-ins are a must for this off-beat two-hour show.
A weekly freeform excursion that may or may not include sublime instrumentals, plucky interludes, double-tracked a cappella mumbling, prepared and unprepared pianos, and indigenous sounds from all eras and all areas.
To listen to each edition, select the link in each blog post.
Producer Kim Roney is in the studio with The Wild Gardener, Peter Loewer. You can hear the newest edition of the Wild Gardener each week on the AFM News Hour, Thursdays from 7-8pm!
The Wild Gardener also has his own website!
We play forgotten pop from the last 40 years. You may hear a Horn Rock Blast, a WestCoast Breeze, an Un-Cover, a Forgotten Top 40 or an UnSung Hero. Sometimes Tony Manero drops by on his way to White Castle to play a forgotten dance classic. And we always have the XTC song of the week....yessssss!
We also schedule various theme shows, especially specific to a genre or artist. You can drop us a line at erikmattox at ashevillefm dot org.
Una historia de amor, amistad y valentía que se convierte en una prueba de honor para todos y muestra luz en un tema de tabú. Escuche todos los Jueves a las 7pm durante la hora de noticias comenzando el 23 de Agosto, 2012. Accesible en todas partes en la página www.ashevillefm.org
A story of love, friendship and bravery that becomes a test of honor for everyone and sheds light into a taboo subject. Listen each Thursdays at 7pm during the news hour beginning on 8/23/12. Accessible anywhere via www.ashevillefm.org
Narrator: Victor Palomino, born in Bogota, Colombia. Has lived in WNC for 10 years and has been an amazing Latino advocate and local artist.
Nurse: Anna Pfaff, born in Philadelphia moved to Asheville 2002.
Efraín: Michael Muñoz, born in Medellin, Colombia. Has lived in WNC since 2000.
Juan: Steven Muñoz, born in Connecticut from Columbian parents. Moved to WNC in 2000.
Marta: Bella F. Vilchis, born in Cape Canaveral FL. Has lived in WNC for 20+ years.
Tomás: R. Mario Vilchis, born in Acapulco, Mexico. Has lived in WNC for 11 years.
María: Magina Guzman, born in Chile has lived in WNC for more than 25 years.
Teresa: Maria Martinez Fore, born in Quito, Ecuador. Has lived in WNC for 15 years.
Wordplay every week features poets and writers of creative prose in
performance, and in conversation about their craft and ideas. Our
guests have included Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award winners
and high school students; writers who are household names (in
households that read, at least), and writers who have only begun the
process of interaction and publication that leads to recognition;
formalists and performance poets - all working to keep language alive
Talk, music and comedy show featuring the dubious opinions and highly suspect social commentary of master debaters Foul Mouth Jerk & TopR Holiday. It features in-depth interviews with both local and nationally disreputable artists and musicians of every sordid manner, as well as advice from a suspected felon. Hip-hop, funk and classics provided by Adam Strange & Smidi. The inmates are now running the asylum!
Are you looking for great music and hilarious comedy? Good! You’ve come to the right place. Are you looking for someone to hold your hand and whisper sweet nothings in your ear? Too bad, you have taken a wrong turn. Unfortunately, this is now Your Only Option (with Ben).
If you are under the age of 18, chronologically or emotionally, this may not be the show for you...