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This gift is for one pound of Blazing Bean Coffee (retail value $15). You can pick it up in the shop, located at 22151 US Hwy 19 N, Clearwater, FL 33765 or call and Kristin will mail to you.
On September 14th, WMNF will be celebrating 40 years of local, independent radio. Celebrate this anniversary by supporting 88.5 and getting “The Last Local Radio Station” T-shirt. Both in men’s and women’s style. The women’s shirt is a V neck.
This WMNF Manna Rouge 17 ounce beverage bottle stainless steel double wall keeps beverages hot and cold longer. BPA free.
One of the most important things to have in your beach bag.
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! You can bring in your own music or use WMNF’s great record library (or both!).
Join Sid and Cricket in the studio!
Have your name or a loved one’s name permanently place on “The Love It All” wall in front of the the Vicki Santa Studio. This can be set up to monthly contributions of $25 a month for a year!
If your life is music then you need a “Music Lovers” tile. Put your name, the name of a loved one or the name of your favorite band permanently on the Music Lover Wall in the WMNF Music Library. This can be set up in monthly contributions of $25 a month for a year. “You’ve got to find some way of saying it without saying it.” Duke Ellington
You can set in stone your love of WMNF on our People’s Patio! Put your name on it or dedicate it to a loved one! 100% tax-deductible!
A pass for one person to every WMNF event for 13 months. Can’t afford a one time $500 contribution, divide it up into 12 installments of $41.66 a month or join the Circle Of Friends and get a pass for life for the same monthly contribution.
These are exclusive gifts of Saturday Bluegrass Show, more Thank You gifts available
Sid Flannery has been a programmer on the WMNF Saturday Bluegrass show since 1996. Sid loves the outstanding musicianship, the rich acoustic sounds, and the great soulful singing that characterizes bluegrass. Sid really enjoys hearing from the listeners on Saturday mornings, including those who are very familiar with bluegrass and those who are discovering the music for the first time.
I have played old time music since 1976, when I met and took a banjo class from my good friend Cousin ErnieWilliams. In addition to clawhammer banjo, I also play old time fiddle, guitar and autoharp. I began participating in The Florida Folk Festival in White Springs by playing with Ed Flemming and Friends, then The Hyde Park Hysterical Society String Band and Mr. Ethnic's Wednesday Night Fiddle Support Group. Since 1980, just after our community radio station went on the air, I've brought old time music to WMNF radio audiences. Tune into Mr. Ethnic's Old Time Music Show on the first Saturday of the month to hear some of the best vintage and contemporary old Time music. I'm a founding member of the folk-arts advocacy group, Friends of Florida Folk, and have been on the Board of Directors, as well as Secretary and Vice President. Also a founding member of the Florida Folklore Society, I've served on the Board of Directors. I'm a member of the Florida State Fiddler's Association and the newly formed Florida Banjo Society. I've performed at festivals such as the Rattlesnake Roundup in San Antonio, FL, Pioneer Days at the Pioneer Florida Museum, the Heart of Florida Folk Festival in Dade City, and the Fall Country Jamboree in Barberville. I was extremely honored to open a concert with the Mr. Ethnic group for the original Red Clay Ramblers at a WMNF concert. Along with Cousin Ernie, I have been Co-Director of the Florida Old Time Music Championship since its inception. As such, I've brought some of the best master old time musicians to central Florida. I am also Co-Director of the Suwannee Old Time Music Weekend held at and sponsored by the Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park in White Springs.
Note* To listen to the archive of my show for one week afterward, you need to go to the Saturday Bluegrass page.