Ian “Mac” McLagan the famed keyboard player with the Small Faces and Faces, who also collaborated with The Rolling Stones, and led his own band from the late 1970s, died on December 3, 2014. The next edition of Life Elsewhere will be a special tribute to Ian, a crucial figure in the history of rock ‘n’ roll. Earlier last year (2014), Ian and Norman… Read more »
It’s the Music begins one hour early on Thanksgiving – AT NOON! Lots of songs about giving thanks, family, friends, autumn, food, going home, etc. Of course, we’ll replay Alice’s Restaurant in it’s entirety. Tune in & tell a friend!
The Thanksgiving holiday season is upon us which means that many of us will be SPENDING time with loved ones, EATING delicious food, and sneaking in some EARLY Christmas shopping! On morning Energy we are going to EXPLORE this holiday season with topic such as : THE HISTORY OF THANKINGSGIVING, WAYS TO COMBAT LONLINESS DURING… Read more »
On today’s Sustainable Living Program (11/23/15) we started with an unusual topic for sustainability: drag racing. Our first guest was Big Daddy Don Garlits and mainly we talked about his 1,500 KW (2000hp) electric powered dragster. This really turned out to be a great interview with an old school icon and his vision for the… Read more »
Thanks to all who attended the 6th Annual Little Manatee River Jam concert at Canoe Outpost on Friday & Saturday, 11/20 & 11/21/15 …. Especially to those who took a chance on buying a ticket to WIN! Some lucky folks left the show before claiming these gifts: FRIDAY Drawing: WMNF Chico Bag: 1726206 Under the… Read more »
Over the last few days many from around the world have honored the victims of last Friday’s Paris Attack with a moment of silence…And at the Bataclan Theater where many lost their lives, Flowers, candles and tributes covered the pavements. There were also makeshift memorials growing around the world from Bangkok in Thailand to New… Read more »
Tune in to a special edition of the Monday Traffic Jam with your host Bobbie Dusenberry and singer songwriter Olivia Romano. Not only will she play live for you, but she will also pick out some music. What will this charming 17 year old play for you? Tune in between 3:30 – 6:00 to find out!… Read more »
Ripley’s Believe it or Not just couldn’t. News stations around the country had another #FloridaMan story. Bloggers mentioned that it was pretty tame by Floriduh standards. Neighbors worried about his trees. Artist Piotr Janowski made headlines when he wrapped his rental house, and its adjacent palm trees, in heavy duty aluminum foil earlier this year…. Read more »
New in the Hot Box (the Hot Box is the stack of cds the music department wants to highlight throughout the week for listeners) New Order – Music Complete – the long time alt-rock band proceeds without founding bassist Peter Hook and the results are getting strong reviews, with Mixmag ’s describing the record as… Read more »
Thanks to all who attended the Big Shoals & James McMurtry concert at Skipper’s Smokehouse on Saturday …. Especially to those who took a chance on buying a ticket to WIN! Some lucky folks left the show before claiming these gifts: $25 Gift Certificate to: La France, located in Ybor City (Tampa): 4949579 More Goodies… Read more »
“War, what is it good for?” That question came to mind as we observed Veterans Day. Then, as if on cue, a rag-tag assortment of bloviators, claiming they want to be commander in chief, lazily spewed out the usual rhetoric of a bigger, better more powerful military. “Winning! We’ll win any war through might!” is the standard… Read more »
Chris Ingram is a political analyst for Bay News 9 and writes a weekly column for the Tampa Tribune. This past Thursday on MidPoint, he came on the show to discuss Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, and why he doesn’t support raising the minimum wage, among other issues.