Shadow Planet, hosted by Mara theDeath, goes live at Midnight for one hour early Tuesdays starting Oct. 3rd.
Starting on Oct. 7, and moving into Shadow Planet’s former timeslot of early Saturday 2-4am is the recently returned, Glorth Radio, hosted by Sean Lipscomb, and will no longer be on early Thursday morning.
You can check out all of Sept. 18th’s action on KFAI – Fresh Air Community Radio’s Soundcloud page
Tune in throughout all of Monday, September 18th to hear new and familiar voices, and many different curations by the local Twin Cities Latine comunidad y diaspora.
Your favorite, regular Monday programming will return on September 25th.
KFAI sends it gratitude and best wishes to Nicholas David as today he retires his program, East of Here, West of Now, after nearly 5 glorious years of being on the air on 90.3 FM. You can still follow Nicholas David by visiting his website: thefeelin.com
Also, Glorth Radio returns to KFAI! Join Seanny Boy at a gnarly new time, Stoner Rock n’ More every Thursday from 2 to 4am! KFAI’s OG Doom show spins the freshest Stoner, Sludge, Heavy Psych, n’ retro-rock tracks with enough surprises and tomfoolery to ensure any and all listeners can get Glorthy with ease. *Richard Simmons does not officially endorse this program*
Glorth resurrects at 2am, August 3rd, on 90.3FM, streaming live and archived at kfai.org.
Join host Jason Bucklin on a vinyl-fueled, genre-hopping exploration of music. Discover deep cuts from your favorite artists, live versions of classic songs, and the stories behind the album. So tune in and get lost in the groove as we travel through to a place where morning and melodies mix.
Lost In The Groove debuts this Friday, July 7th, 6-8am. You can continue to catch Alfred Walking Bull every fourth Thursday, 7-8pm, on Fresh Fruit.
KFAI is celebrating Pride Month with 24 hours of broadcast programming produced
and delivered by Twin Cities LGBTQIA+ and Two-Spirit community members on Thursday, June 22,
2023—starting at midnight on 90.3FM in the Minneapolis and Saint Paul, and online at kfai [dot] org.
As the home of the nation’s longest-running LGBTQ radio program, Fresh Fruit, KFAI has been
championing inclusion, visibility, and access for the LGBTQIA2S+ community in the media and beyond
since 1978. This year we’re giving gratitude to Fresh Fruit’s founders and celebrating our shared (and
continued) effort to increase generational and cultural understanding and break down the bias caused by
At present, outspoken lawmakers are working around the clock to strip the LGBTQ community of their
constitutional rights to life, liberty, and happiness, principles that require access to safe and affordable
healthcare and housing, and equal employment opportunities.
At KFAI, we believe in the power of personal growth through storytelling, especially when hearing people
tell their stories. In doing so, we create the potential for growing one’s capacity for understanding and
Broadcast Event Details:
24-Hours of Pride on KFAI, Thursday, June 22, 2023
90.3FM, Minneapolis & Saint Paul, and online at kfai dot org.
Quinn Villagomez (she/her), Producer & Host, KFAI
612-707-3102 | firstname.lastname@example.org
SOUL CRAFT RADIO
Coming to Tuesdays 2-4pm starting on June 13th is a familiar personality you may remember. It’s David Jeffries, formerly the co-host of Stone on Bone, and his new program “Soul Craft Radio”. Here’s a message from about his new program:
“Come fly the soul craft with DJ, and ride the sounds of R&B, soul, hiphop, blues and jazz as your vehicle! Listen in from 2 to 4pm on Tuesday’s with an occasional audio story from the people.“
Soul Craft Radio follows The Conversation With Al McFarlane, and will lead into Songs of the Soul.
Here are more schedule changes involving some of your favorite programming here at KFAI taking place on June 13 & 14;
NO NAME IN THE STREET
Hosted by D.A. Bullock, No Name In the Street remains on Tuesday moving from 2-4pm, to 8am-10am, following Cedar Sunrise.
PARDON MY DUST
Hosted by Mason Butler, Pardon My Dust moves from Wednesdays 2-4pm, to Tuesdays 10am-12pm, leading into Democracy Now.
EAST OF HERE, WEST OF NOW
Hosted by Nicholas David, East of Here, West of Now moves from Tuesdays 10am-12pm, to Wednesdays 2-4pm following The Narrative, and leading into House Party.
A BIG THANK YOU TO MICHAEL J. CYRS AND NEW LIKE WHATEVER
As of May 30th, Host Michael J. Cyrs, has retired his program, New Like Whatever, after nearly 6 years of being on the air. You can catch the 5/30 farewell in the archives, and although NLW won’t be around, you can catch MJ Cyrs sitting in other KFAI programs as guest hosts. A big thank you to MJ for always bringing new music to Tuesdays!