The DJ Jeff Show

The DJ Jeff Show

R&B, pop,old school party mixes

Contact the host: (coming soon)

Grateful Dave’s High Lonesome

Grateful Dave’s High Lonesome

Join Grateful Dave each week, as he takes a journey through Bluegrass, NewGrass, Americana, and American roots music, from Elisabeth Cotton to Elisabeth Reed and beyond.

Grateful Dave Cottingham  email:

Born In The Mountain

BORN IN THE MOUNTAIN: Obscure Bluegrass, Old-Time, and Gospel

img_2646Old Time Music is On The Air. Join me, Ivy Sheppard, for unique programming on several radio stations.  The Ivy Sheppard airs live Monday-Friday from 7-10am on Bluegrass Country  featuring new bluegrass releases and traditional classics and rarities. Saturday evening’s bring you Born In The Mountain from 8-10pm,  and Sunday morning it’s “Stained Glass Bluegrass” from 6-10am.  WBCM Radio Bristol  Tuesday and Thursday from Noon-2pm EST,  and WPAQ on Saturdays from 2-3pm as I feature obscure records and field recordings from the foothills of the Blueridge and beyond. Tune in to  “An Old Revival Meeting” for an hour of good ol’ gospel you’re not likely to hear anywhere else on Sundays  at 9am on WCOM 103.5FM  and 10pm  on WEHC 90.7FM.

Got something you want to hear or just want to get in touch?  Are there some recordings  I need to know about?  Have you got any old reels or tapes that would be good on my show? Shoot me an email!  I’m equipped to transfer 78s, 16″ transcription discs, 45s, 33s, cassettes, and reels.  This music needs to be preserved and archived.  Help me do it.  I welcome any contribution you can offer to my shows.  I also buy old records. Contact me.

Music from the Library – Gospel

A wide selection of local national and international gospel music, multi-denominational, from the community radio music library.  You never know what you’ll hear!

Music from the Library – Rock & Roll

A wide selection of local national and international rock and roll music , from the community radio music library.  You never know what you’ll hear!

Music from the Library – Blues

A wide selection of local national and international blues music , from the community radio music library.  You never know what you’ll hear!

Influences: Past, Present, and Future

An investigation into how musical styles and genres mirror and differ from each other over generations. Focusing on three artists per show, “Influences” will explore how their musical styles, techniques, and philosophies, influenced each other and how each in turn has influenced their genre and music as a whole. Approximately one- third of the time allocated for music will be dedicated to each artist, with intermissions in between each song set to  describe how those songs are linked.

With focus placed on a variety of musical genres, “Influences” will explore how
interconnected music is, and how that will continue for years to come.

First Eight Shows (no particular order)
• Albert King, Led Zeppelin, Greta Van Fleet
• John Lennon, Mac Demarco, Steve Lacy
• Al Green, Prince, Frank Ocean
• Sly and the Family Stone, The Roots, Anderson. Paak
• The Stooges, The Replacements, Nirvana
• Sam Cooke, Al Green, Leon Bridges
• Jay Z, Kanye West, Chance the Rapper
• Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Wilco

DJ: Leo Culp

Deja Vu

Host:   Larry Solomon:     Rock and jazz-fusion music that was initially played on the so-called “underground” FM radio stations that existed in the late 1960’s and early-mid 1970’s (i.e., no “hits” or “Top 40”)

The show features lesser-known album tracks and “music with meaning” (i.e. social relevance). Although this will be the basis, this will not preclude the inclusion of music from other decades, especially that which was produced by artists with their beginnings in the late 1960’s – early/mid 1970’s.

Concentrated corporate ownership of commercial radio stations has hurt the ability for stations to serve their communities, and while satellite radio (Sirius/XM) can fill some of the void in the music, there is no “localism” or community orientation in the satellite radio world.

Contact the host:

“Live” Archives

Carrboro Live! broadcasted from the Carrboro ArtsCenter as well as  other local venues.  Shows are now re-broadcasts.  This has resulted in an archive of local event broadcasts, experiments in weird live radio, and national specials on music luminaries. Sometimes we have tickets and CD’s to give away as well.

We started years ago on Thursday evenings, with an eclectic mix of live interviews with local singers, songwriters, musicians, and drop-in politicians – frequently including State Senator Ellie Kinnaird, Carrboro Mayor and Aldermen, and many local social justice activists.  Since then, we have featured live Town Hall meeting commentary, and recordings of memorials to local social justice leaders including Joe Straley, Rebecca Clark, and Yonni Chapman.

The first live remote broadcast was the town of Chapel Hill’s dedication of MLK Boulevard (historic Airport Road).

Please contact Tofu Dave with inquiries at:   Tofu Dave is also a Programming Director at the station and can interface with music additions to our new digital library implemented by Heidi (see her show Weds evenings).