With one foot firmly in the wellspring of traditional music, Postmodern Hootenanny makes the connection with the music of today in folk, singer-songwriter, Americana, alt country and more. Ed Lehmann is your guide on this exploration of the old and new, including live music guests and unexpected surprises in the music mix. It’s a celebration of roots music to appeal across the generations.
Thank You Gifts available from Postmodern Hootenany
HOOTENANNY JAM – PMH only
Pick three songs to play on the Hoot – come in and announce them if you like – and pick up a jar of homemade strawberry jam to boot!
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40 Years RadioActive T-Shirt
On September 14th, WMNF will be celebrating 40 years of local, independent radio. Celebrate this anniversary by supporting 88.5 and getting a “40 Years RadioActive” T-shirt. Purchase for $88.50, or even better, join our Circle of Friends and buy it for $7.37 a month. Both in men’s and women’s style. The women’s shirt is a V neck.
WMNF Guest Host – $250 for Post Modern Hootenanny
Guest hosts choose the music and the dj will run the board. Music must be within the genre of the show. Great unique gift for someone! Plus Ed is adding a Post Modern Hootenanny T-shirt to the kitty!
Join Ed and Colleen in the studio.
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WMNF Guest Host – $150 for an hour on Postmodern Hootenanny
Great way to be on the air! Guest host chooses the music and the dj runs the board. Music must fit the genre of the show. Great, unique gift for someone. Plus Ed is adding a Post Modern Hootenanny T-shirt to the kitty!
Join Ed and Colleen in the Studio!
$150.00Add to bag
These are exclusive gifts of Postmodern Hootenany, more Thank You gifts available
I started as a volunteer with WMNF in 1979, before we went on the air. Have done all kinds of cool stuff since. Folk shows , interviewed numerous artists, Richard Schindell my favorite, wrote a song about Ronny Elliot, performed in multiple tribute shows ( thanks, Flee ) and did some exciting Radio Theater ( thanks Shelia, Matt & both Daves ) . Met the love of my life at the station and married her. Hard to top that.
There is a song with a chorus that proudly says " I've had a hell of a life". Indeed I have. Especially with the 88.5 tribe.