Acoustic Peace Club

Event Hours(1)

  • Saturday

    10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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The Acoustic Peace Club offers up a blend of acoustic folk – with such great artists as Doc Watson, New Grass Revival, Indigo Girls- such traditional greats as Pete Seeger, Arlo Guthrie and John McCutcheon and topically important artists such as Emma’s Revolution, Ani DiFranco and Si Kahn.

We pull a lot from 70’s and 80’s Folk & Acoustic- from Blues to Bluegrass- and we do it all with a big heart.  We include as many requests as possible and love hearing from listeners in the Bay area and around the world.


Introducing… The Peace Pack! A slice of the APC you can bring with you everywhere! 

For a one-time pledge of $100 or $8.50 a month with our Circle of Friends, you can take the Peace Pack home. Each Peace Pack is totally unique to you, and features handmade jewelry by our very own Nadia Cox! 

The ” Nadia Pack” (only 10 available) includes a custom Unisex necklace, a custom pair of earrings, a CD chosen from Jeanne’s collection, and a WMNF bumper sticker.
The “Mark Pack” (only 10 available) includes a custom Unisex bracelet, a breezy flamingo bandana, a CD chosen from Jeanne’s collection, and a WMNF bumper sticker.
Snag one for yourself or for a friend, and support community radio/great acoustic music!  These make wonderful, unique gifts!!


For a one time pledge of $100 or $8.50 a month on our Circle of Friends





Hosted By...

Jeannie Holton  [email protected]

Jeannie Holton, a life-long Tampanian, has been doing a show on WMNF since February of 1980 starting with The Women’s Show, moving to Bluegrass and settling in with Folk Music.

WMNF has really defined my adult life in Tampa. My career was in local commercial media, but my heart has always been with WMNF. I can’t imagine this community without it – or without you!

I love making time for our wonderful local musicians and I love doing interviews!

Nadia Cox  

A Tampa resident and volunteer since 2016, Nadia has WMNF to thank for her love of broadcasting. She started off as a lowly intern on the Acoustic Peace Club and has since worked her way up to being co-host. Due to the ongoing pandemic, Nadia has been working on her degree in Telecommunications from home (Go Gators, by the way!) and can still join Jeannie and the listeners on Saturdays.

When not at the station or working on school, you'll probably find her having a solo dance party in her room.

Photo Creds: Jake & Katie Photography