Music Announcements

Thank you to everyone who supported KFAI during our spring pledge drive – through time, food, resources, and the amazing 1,018 people who gave over $75,700 by the end of Friday.

If you missed the drive, you can still contribute to help us reach $90,300 this spring!

Real or Replicant? Bacon or Bacon Bits? Legit-Jazz or Jet Set Planet? The answers, my friends, can be found in another question: What’s wrong with MUZAK? Tune in Friday Night at 9 when Ron Thums formally of “Radio Rumpus Room” joins me on the April 6th edition of Jet Set Planet.

Tune in to Good and Country on Saturday April 7th from 3:00-5:00 p.m. as we present 2 hours of country music from the 1960s.

The era of country music during the decade of the 1960s has been described by several music historians as the time when country music moved from the farm and into the cities.

How much is Sleazy listening worth to you? We’ll find out Friday Night at 9 when Carol Chaos joins me on the March 30 edition of Jet Set Planet. Together, we’ll make the case as to why you should consider a donation to KFAI to keep Jet Set Planet on the air and on the internet!

At 4:15 Harold Tremblay will interview Janiva Magness to talk about her new cd “ Stronger For It “ on Alligator Records. She will be at the Dakota on Sat March 24th. She is nominated for a Blus Music Award this year.
At 5:00 Doug MacLeod, internationally recognized finger style blues guitar player will join Harold live in studio. He is nominated for 2 Blues Music awards this year.

‎Hosts Liberty Finch and DJ Izzy welcome “Monkeeologist” Andrew Sandoval to The Pop Shop to discuss Davy Jones, the Monkees, and all things pop.

Andrew is the master producer responsible for the Grammy-nominated Rhino Entertainment project, “Where the Action is!

Womenfolk presents a special concert to kick off the station’s International Women’s Day celebrations on Thursday, March 1st at 9 pm at St. Paul’s Amsterdam Bar and Hall.

Honeydogs frontman, songwriter, producer and musician Adam Levy tacks KFAI DJ on to his portfolio on a very special edition of Pam Without Boundaries when he curates an hour of your Monday morning listening, 11am – noon.

This Friday morning, February 24 from 10 AM to noon, the Fubar Omniverse brings a little Hawai’ian warmth to the Twin Cities airwaves.

At 10:00 Blanche and guest host Molly Kala’akeahoho’imau spin Hawaiian slack key guitar and ukulele tunes. At 11:00, father and son Hawai’ian slack key duo George Kahumoku Jr.

Tune in for a special Valentine’s Day celebration on Womenfolk this Tuesday, February 14th from 2-4 pm. We’ll spin sweet, sad and sexy songs to get you in the mood for the much anticipated, often-dreaded day of love.