Music Announcements

Singer/songwriter/artist/promoter and now author, Paul Metsa willl be paying another visit to the KFAI studios Wednesday, Oct. 12 as Jackson Buck’s guest on Freewheelin’ Freewheelin’ airs from 2-4 p.m. Wednesdays.

Paul will be discussing his new memoir “Blue Guitar Highway”.

Local trio The Sunny Era bring their blend of Eastern-European and Minneapolis indie rock to Pam Without Boundaries Monday, October 10th, at 11am. The group is coming off a tour that will land them at the Loring Theater on Saturday, October 15th, for a homecoming concert, with Me and My Arrow and Black Blondie.

Come join us Friday, October 14 at Clubhouse Jäger as we celebrate the reissue of Obi Agye Me Dofo by Ghanaian legends Vis-A-Vis. DJs will be spinning Afrobeat and Funk throughout the night.

Radio Antilles gets married this Friday, Oct 7th from 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Join in as KFAI news reporter, Noel Clark, and his fiancé Kate join JohnnyD to share their stories of meeting, falling for each other, the proposal and all the party details for the big day (Oct 30th). The couple has invited all to sign the guestbook and share a gift by making a pledge to KFAI.

The Radio Pocho crew (DJ Miguel Vargas and DJ Ren) is excited for this week’s special guest Wil-Dog Abers bassist for Ozomatli and Los Super Seven.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, CA Wil-Dog’s music and success is reflective of the multiculturalism present in the city. As such, his music with Ozomatli constantly pushes the boundaries musically and politically.

Tune in to Womenfolk on Tuesday, September 29th at 2 pm for live interviews with Dar Williams: and our featured artist of the month Pieta Brown:!

Join host Glen Leslie for 90 minutes of the best in Exotica to celebrate the Last Night of Summer, Friday September 23rd, from 9:00 – 10:30pm. He’ll be doing his best to keep the tiki torches burning one more night!

You’ll hear from the famous Exotica practitioners as well as from the unknowns — with a handful of hacks thrown in for good measure.

Originally from Virginia, Brice Woodall arrived in Chicago in 2005 and immediately began putting his own take on indie folktronica all over the map. It’s difficult to fit his work into a genre box; his songs are simultaneously digital and lushly organic, accessible and mysterious, playful and dark. He’s been called the Thom Yorke of the south and the Andrew Bird of outer space.

This Monday, Sept. 19 join Rockin’ In Rhythm:rockininrhythm and Bop Street:bopstreet as their hosts spin vinyl records and only vinyl records to mark KFAI’s 33-1/3rd year of broadcasting. Kicking it off, Rockin’ In Rhythm host David Cummings will be playing vinyl for his entire program, from 2-4 p.m. Then stay tuned as Mr.

Live From Studio 5!:livefromstudio5 is proud to bring to the airwaves Steve Kaul & The Brass Kings. This band and its individual members has been a local favorite for years and now you get to hear ‘em LIVE From Studio 5! The Brass Kings have been wowing festival audiences, theaters and clubs since 2005.