Ease into your day with the best music around, every weekday from 6 until 10am.
Rusty Cempre hosts Bluegrass Sunday Morning from 7 until 11AM. Rusty has been a WNRN volunteer since March 2001. Rusty’s favorites include Cherryholmes, Steep Canyon Rangers, Daily and Vincent, Rhonda Vincent, Claire Lynch and The Moron Bros.
Long time WNRN volunteer and music host, Steve Hamilton, presents two hours of Fresh Roots & New Blues, Saturday at 6pm. Discover new artists and contemporary approaches to the prime root of musical genres.
Marc Smith and Ed Monde have hosted The Grateful Dead & Phriends for a long time, but love every minute of it. Marc and Ed are both diehard fans of Phish, Grateful Dead, Aquarium Rescue Unit, Umphreys McGee, Les Claypool, Widespread Panic the Charlottesville music scene and many more. Please join the Grateful Dead and Phriends with Marc Smith and Ed Monde every Saturday from 9am – Noon.
Every Sunday night at 8pm, Melissa Goode plays the best of what’s new.
WNRN is pleased to bring you World Café weeknights from 6-8 p.m., a unique daily program of musical discovery, featuring exclusive performances and conversations with legendary and up-and-coming artists. World Cafe, introducing listeners to an eclectic blend of contemporary sounds for more than 25 years.
Every Sunday from noon to 2pm tune in for Les Temps Perdue with hosts Mike Nichols and Drew Thompson!
If you heard it first on vinyl, tape, or CD, you’ll hear it on Les Temps Perdue. WNRN’s showcase of the best, most interesting, and strangest songs of the 70s, 80s, and 90s features all your favorites and some hidden gems from the last 40 years. It’s your home for old-school glam, punk, New Wave, alternative, grunge, and indie-rock.
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Do you love WNRN programming and DJs? If you haven’t done it yet, please consider supporting WNRN’s independent music and programming by becoming a member. There are great benefits for you as an NRN member, but more importantly, you’ll be helping to keep these great programs on the air.