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Florida Folk Festival live from Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center in White Springs on Sunshine 96.7 FM.

Mad Beach Boatstock floating music festival live from Madeira Beach Saturday 11am-5pm on our RadioStPete Online channel only. 

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Program Guide

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Sunshine 96.7 FM

12:00am Classical Music through the Night from "The Classical Station" Radio Network  (hosted Classical Music) from Raleigh, NC.

5:00am Classical Sunrise" from The Florida Orchestra 3 hours of great classical music hosted by Gary Gerard 

8:00am Morning News and Features VOA World News, Local Weather and Traffic. "Writer's Almanac w/ Garrison Keillor. St. Pete Catalyst Local Features and much more

9:00am Cliff Somers Morning Show 3 hours of memories from the 70's and 80's. Cliff was playing these same great records on stations in Virginia, New Mexico and Wisconsin  when they were still records! 

12 noon "Lunchtime Conversations" News, weather, Garrison Keillor, The Catalyst Sessions w/ Bill DeYoung and many other local and syndicated features. 

1pm "Top of Mind" with Julie Rose. Feel the power of thinking again with conversations that dig deep on both sides of an issue. Hosted by award-winning journalist Julie Rose, Top of Mind is a production of BYUradio.

2:00pm "Music From The Bay with J"   Sunshine 96.7 Music Director J Kolb, features some of the Tampa Bay area's best singer songwriters and bands playing original music and covers.  Pop, Rock, Folk, Jazz, R&B, Blues, Bluegrass, Reggae, Zydeco and more.  2-5:00 pm weekdays. Great Local Music Lives here!

5:00pm "Evening News and Features"

5:30pm "Locked on Rays" Podcast The Locked On Rays podcast is your daily podcast covering all facets of the Tampa Bay Rays. Hosts Kevin Weiss and Ulises Sambrano bring a journalist's and fan's perspective to dissect all things Rays, giving you your morning cup of coffee of baseball analytics, traditional stats, recaps and ramblings of the team they've followed for years. Join us every day for an exciting season that could be as thrilling as a certain comeback, extra-inning walk-off victory! Part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Follow the podcast on Twitter @LockedOnRays and e-mail comments/questions to lockedonrays@gmail.com

7:00pm “Spike on The Mic” Live comedy conversation from Hooters in Tampa, FL

8:00pm Local Musicians on Sunshine 96.7 FM Tampa Bay's best singers, songwriters and bands as we simulcast our area's only local music station broadcasting over the air in downtown St. Petersburg

10:15 pm "The Homemade Broadcast" opinionated co-host of The Johnny B Show on 102.5 The Bone covers local Tampa Bay stories in his own unique way in this weekly podcast. Follow the show on Twitter and Instagram. Join the conversation and leave a text or voice message at (813) 693-2124. The Homemade Broadcast is brought to you by:Truvysalonandspa.com and NTTNutrition  

11:00pm "Lite Lounge" w/ Dimitri K 

12:00am Classical Music through the Night from "The Classical Station" Radio Network  (hosted Classical Music) from Raleigh, NC.

5:00am Classical Sunrise" from The Florida Orchestra 3 hours of great classical music hosted by Gary Gerard. 

8:00am Morning News and Features VOA World News, Local Weather and Traffic. "Writer's Almanac w/ Garrison Keillor. St. Pete Catalyst Local Features and much more

9:00am Cliff Somers Morning Show 3 hours of memories from the 70's and 80's. Cliff was playing these same great records on stations in Virginia, New Mexico and Wisconsin  when they were still records! 

12 noon "Lunchtime Conversations" News, weather, Garrison Keillor, The Catalyst Sessions w/ Bill DeYoung and many other great features and regular Public Radio programs. Check our daily website "Upcoming Features" section

"Top of Mind" with Julie Rose. 

Feel the power of thinking again with conversations that dig deep on both sides of an issue. Hosted by award-winning journalist Julie Rose, Top of Mind is a production of BYUradio.

2:00pm "Music From The Bay with J"   Sunshine 96.7 Music Director J Kolb, features some of the Tampa Bay area's best singer songwriters and bands playing original music and covers.  Pop, Rock, Folk, Jazz, R&B, Blues, Bluegrass, Reggae, Zydeco and more.  2-5:00 pm weekdays. Great Local Music Lives here!

5:00pm "Evening News and Features"

5:30pm "Locked on Rays" Podcast The Locked On Rays podcast is your daily podcast covering all facets of the Tampa Bay Rays. Hosts Kevin Weiss and Ulises Sambrano bring a journalist's and fan's perspective to dissect all things Rays, giving you your morning cup of coffee of baseball analytics, traditional stats, recaps and ramblings of the team they've followed for years. Join us every day for an exciting season that could be as thrilling as a certain comeback, extra-inning walk-off victory! Part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Follow the podcast on Twitter @LockedOnRays and e-mail comments/questions to lockedonrays@gmail.com

6:00pm Local Musicians on Sunshine 96.7 FM Tampa Bay's best singers, songwriters and bands as we simulcast our area's only local music station broadcasting over the air in downtown St. Petersburg.

8pm  Mina Misdameanor Hour" Music and interviews 

9:00pm "Melting Minds" with Shock. Hip Hop, artist interviews and more from "Powerhouse 106" in Tampa

11:00pm  "Blues Cafe" with Steve James.

  • Music from the early origins of the Blues to contemporary Blues artists, (with some artist / song history)
  • A featured ‘Artist of the Week’ where we follow the career of a Blues artist
  • The ‘Joker in the Pack’ slot where I play a song that is not necessarily Blues, but one I really love.

12:00am Classical Music through the Night from "The Classical Station" Radio Network  (hosted Classical Music) from Raleigh, NC.

5:00am Classical Sunrise" from The Florida Orchestra 3 hours of great classical music hosted by Gary Gerard.

8:00am Morning News and Features VOA World News, Local Weather and Traffic. "Writer's Almanac w/ Garrison Keillor. St. Pete Catalyst Local Features and much more

9:00am Cliff Somers Morning Show 3 hours of memories from the 70's and 80's.Cliff was playing these same great records on stations in Virginia, New Mexico and Wisconsin  when they were still records!  

12 noon News & "Lunchtime Conversations" 

1pm "Top of Mind" with Julie Rose.

Feel the power of thinking again with conversations that dig deep on both sides of an issue. Hosted by award-winning journalist Julie Rose, Top of Mind is a production of BYUradio.

2:00pm "Music From The Bay with J"   Sunshine 96.7 Music Director J Kolb, features some of the Tampa Bay area's best singer songwriters and bands playing original music and covers.  Pop, Rock, Folk, Jazz, R&B, Blues, Bluegrass, Reggae, Zydeco and more.  2-5:00 pm weekdays. Great Local Music Lives here!

5:00pm "Evening News and Features"

5:30pm "Locked on Rays" Podcast The Locked On Rays podcast is your daily podcast covering all facets of the Tampa Bay Rays. Hosts Kevin Weiss and Ulises Sambrano bring a journalist's and fan's perspective to dissect all things Rays, giving you your morning cup of coffee of baseball analytics, traditional stats, recaps and ramblings of the team they've followed for years. Join us every day for an exciting season that could be as thrilling as a certain comeback, extra-inning walk-off victory! Part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Follow the podcast on Twitter @LockedOnRays and e-mail comments/questions to lockedonrays@gmail.com

6:00pm "Soul Vault" with Pat Gwinn.

8:00 pm Live Tampa Bay Rowdies Soccer Podcast with “The Unused Substitutes.”

9:00pm Local Musicians on Sunshine 96.7 FM Tampa Bay's best singers, songwriters and bands as we simulcast our area's only local music station broadcasting over the air in downtown St. Petersburg

11pm "High Country Celtic Radio" from PRX.

From Nevada’s high desert to the mighty Sierra, Katie and Joe journey across the world of Celtic Traditional and Contemporary music. High Country Celtic Radio is a one-hour radio show curated by two hosts focusing on the traditional music of Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Brittany, Northern Spain, and the Isle of Man, played by musicians from across the world.

12:00am Classical Music through the Night from "The Classical Station" Radio Network  (hosted Classical Music) from Raleigh, NC.

5:00am Classical Sunrise" from The Florida Orchestra 3 hours of great classical music hosted by Gary Gerard.

8:00am Morning News and Features VOA World News, Local Weather and Traffic. "Writer's Almanac w/ Garrison Keillor. St. Pete Catalyst Local Features and much more

9:00am Cliff Somers Morning Show 3 hours of memories from the 70's and 80's. Cliff was playing these same great records on stations in Virginia, New Mexico and Wisconsin  when they were still records! 

12 noon "Lunchtime Conversations" News

1pm "Top of Mind" with Julie Rose.

2:00pm "Music from The Bay with J"  Sunshine 96.7 Music Director J Kolb, features some of the Tampa Bay area's best singer songwriters and bands playing original music and covers.  Pop, Rock, Folk, Jazz, R&B, Blues, Bluegrass, Reggae, Zydeco and more.  2-5:00 pm weekdays. Great Local Music Lives here!

5:00pm "Evening News and Features"

5:30pm "Locked on Rays" Podcast The Locked On Rays podcast is your daily podcast covering all facets of the Tampa Bay Rays. Hosts Kevin Weiss and Ulises Sambrano bring a journalist's and fan's perspective to dissect all things Rays, giving you your morning cup of coffee of baseball analytics, traditional stats, recaps and ramblings of the team they've followed for years. Join us every day for an exciting season that could be as thrilling as a certain comeback, extra-inning walk-off victory! Part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Follow the podcast on Twitter @LockedOnRays and e-mail comments/questions to lockedonrays@gmail.com

6pm "Pat Gwinn at the Beach"  While Beach Music is considered to be the sound of "Carolina" Beaches the music sure sounds right at home on our own thirty-five miles of "Sugar Sand" beaches right here in Tampa Bay. 

Since 2001, Pat Gwinn has hosted and produced Pat Gwinn At The Beach, a two-hour syndicated show celebrating Rhythm & Blues and Carolina Beach Music. Pat Gwinn at the Beach has been nominated multiple times by the Carolina Beach Music Academy for the Best Syndicated Show. Pat is a partner in Kool Winds Entertainment Group, LLC and the general manager of Kool Winds Radio.

8:00 pm "Musical History Tour" w/ Ronnie Sevean.

The Musical History tour will take you on a fantastic journey and cover a large variety of music crossing multiple genres. The show will usually be theme oriented and will not only entertain you but inform you as well!

Ronnie is extremely knowledgeable and brings a robust music library with lots of interesting information to the table. It's a great way to end your weekend and spend a Sunday night.

So sit back, relax and take this weekly journey with Ronnie! 

11pm "Americana Music Show" with George Christian. From the West Coast to the East Coast and everywhere in between your host, Charles Christian, will introduce you to artists both old and new. The Americana Music Radio Show, where we showcase new, local talent, as well as international artists. Charles Christian brings you a fresh perspective as well as showing you where Americana music is happening and who is making it happen both here in the US and around the world.

12:00am Classical Music through the Night from "The Classical Station" Radio Network  (hosted Classical Music) from Raleigh, NC.

5:00am Classical Sunrise" from The Florida Orchestra 3 hours of great classical music hosted by Gary Gerard.

8:00am Morning News and Features VOA World News, Local Weather and Traffic. "Writer's Almanac w/ Garrison Keillor. St. Pete Catalyst Local Features and much more

9:00am Cliff Somers Morning Show 3 hours of memories from the 70's and 80's. Cliff was playing these same great records on stations in Virginia, New Mexico and Wisconsin  when they were still records! 

12 noon "Lunchtime Conversations" News, weather, Garrison Keillor.

1pm  "Top of Mind" with Julie Rose.

2:00pm "Music From The Bay with J"   Sunshine 96.7 Music Director J Kolb, features some of the Tampa Bay area's best singer songwriters and bands playing original music and covers.  Pop, Rock, Folk, Jazz, R&B, Blues, Bluegrass, Reggae, Zydeco and more.  2-5:00 pm weekdays. Great Local Music Lives here!

5:00pm "Evening News and Features"

5:30pm "Locked on Rays" Podcast The Locked On Rays podcast is your daily podcast covering all facets of the Tampa Bay Rays. Hosts Kevin Weiss and Ulises Sambrano bring a journalist's and fan's perspective to dissect all things Rays, giving you your morning cup of coffee of baseball analytics, traditional stats, recaps and ramblings of the team they've followed for years. Join us every day for an exciting season that could be as thrilling as a certain comeback, extra-inning walk-off victory! Part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Follow the podcast on Twitter @LockedOnRays and e-mail comments/questions to lockedonrays@gmail.com

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm “Mark O Radio Happy Hour Show” Kick back with a cool one and the Mark O Radio family live from Seminole!

8:00 "Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour" from Lexington, Kentucky.

Folksinger Michael Johnathon started the Americana format “WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour” in 2001, in a tiny studio that barely seated 12 people airing on just one college radio station. “WoodSongs” is truly unique in the world of musical radio and television programs, as it is produced entirely by volunteers.

Today, WoodSongs is heard from Australia across America to Ireland on 537 public, community (available from PRX) and commercial radio stations worldwide, including the American Forces Radio Network, which broadcast the show on two channels in 177 nations which includes every military base and U.S. Naval ships in the world. The show has recently been added to the legendary WSM 650 AM home of the Grand Ole Opry.

9:00pm "Acoustic Cafe" Award winning Public Radio Show now in its 26th year on the air nationally.

Acoustic Café is a two hour weekly radio show, and an independent media production of RDR Radio, LLC. The program is produced and hosted by Rob Reinhart, who started the show in 1995. 

Each week, listeners around the globe tune in to Acoustic Café to hear the latest from today’s great songwriting talents. It’s hard to put a definitive label on Acoustic Café’s music selections. After all, a good song is a good song… any individual set of music could contain a bit of country, rock, blues, folk, pop… and more!

11:00pm "International Americana Music Show" w/ Michael Park. The show features Americana music made exclusively by non-American artists and includes occasional interviews with the artists talking about their work and influences. 

Michael Park is a Scottish broadcaster who moved to America over a decade ago. Since then, he has contributed to radio stations all over the UK and written cover stories, interviews and features for numerous British newspapers and magazines, including the award-winning Sunday Times Magazine. He has tried to "escape" from Alcatraz by swimming from the former prison to San Francisco, been heli-biking in Canada, to a prison rodeo in Louisiana, interviewed countless celebrities and sailed across the North Atlantic in winter.

He conceived and created The International Americana Music Show as a way of introducing Americana artists from all over the world to radio audiences across the United States.

12:00am Classical Music through the Night from "The Classical Station" Radio Network  (hosted Classical Music) from Raleigh, NC.

5:00am Classical Sunrise" from The Florida Orchestra 3 hours of great classical music. 

8:00am Morning News and Features VOA World News, Local Weather and Traffic. "Writer's Almanac w/ Garrison Keillor. St. Pete Catalyst Local Features and much more

9:00 am “Country Fastball” with Robert Buan featuring Major League Baseball’s greatest stars and great Country hits. Buan is an award winning radio host and producer also part of our RadioStPete team each year as our booth producer for the national East-West Shrine Bowl broadcast.

11:06 am "On the Tee" with Mike Rickord. Live from Fergs.  Weekly golf program. RadioStPete is the "flagship station" for the growing "Sports Connection Radio Network" heard on six additional stations on the Florida Suncoast. 

 

12:06pm "Tampa-St. Pete Sports Connection" w/ Mike Rickord. Live from Ferg's Sports Bar and Grill in downtown St. Pete. From the Pee Wees to the Pros. Entertaining guests and sports talk. 

2pm "Burning Rubber Racing Show" from "Performance Motorsports Network."

Burning Rubber Radio (BRR) is a weekly hour long racing radio talk show which features drivers, and personalities form all areas of Motorsports, and at times wrestling, and anything else the listeners might find fun and interesting.

Hosted by Clearwater's Andy Delay, Burning Rubber Radio has had everyone from John Force, Bobby Allison, and Joey Logano to the cast from Deadliest Catch, and even current popular country music stars on the show.

3pm Tampa Bay Music! 

5:10pm"Filmspotting"

Radio program from Chicago hosted by Adam Kempenaar and Josh Larsen. Movie reviews, top five lists, interviews and more.

6:00pm "Greatest Hits USA" Tampa Bay's Best Oldies every Saturday Night with Chuck Matthews.  Greatest Hits USA plays all of your favorites from the 60's & 70's, Plus Chuck adds the facts & the figures that make it fun!

9:00pm "Story Untold" with P. J. Noce. "Story Untold" is a nationally syndicated radio show featuring Doo Wop and early Rock and Roll on many FM and AM stations across the US and Canada. Story Untold goes well beyond the hits and plays B-sides, LP only cuts and exclusive, unreleased material from the record collection of the show's host, P.J. Noce.

Story Untold plays predominantly original vinyl, and has been greatly enhanced by the kindness of collectors such as Cris Vangel, Charles Kasper, Paul Gruber, Isaiah Estrada, Josue Perez, Gerald Mendez, Nelson Gomez, Joe Worth, Mark Goldfarb, Ricky Arias, Phil Gutkowski, Paul Michel, Breaden McCollow, and Toot (hey, he's a sax man). Between P.J. Noce's collection and the music that these collectors have shared, we have amassed a high quality, exclusive collection of original vinyl and shellac for the world to enjoy on "Story Untold."

12:00am Classical Music through the Night from "The Classical Station" Radio Network  (hosted Classical Music) from Raleigh, NC.

5:00am Classical Sunrise" from The Florida Orchestra 3 hours of great classical music hosted by Gary Gerard. 

7:00am "Harmonia" Early Music WFIU Public Radio and PRX. Today’s performers bring to life the music of the past on Harmonia—a weekly, one-hour radio program that explores music of the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque, and beyond. Join host Angela Mariani each week for an hour of exciting recordings, interviews, live excerpts, and commentary as she invites us to fire up our historical imaginations and spend an hour in the contemporary world of early music.

8:00 am "With Heart and Voice" Sacred Choral Music  WXXI Public Radio. 

With Heart and Voice ® is a weekly program of sacred choral and organ music that explores the ever-growing treasury of works for life's spiritual side, its seasons and celebrations. With Heart and Voice presents choral and organ music of many faiths, cultures and nationalities, and over a thousand years of celebration. Hosted by Peter DuBois, the program celebrates the seasons of the liturgical year and focuses on the richness and beauty of sacred music.

9:00am "Sing For Joy" from  Northfield, MN produced by St. Olaf College, explores the weekly themes of Christian worship by providing the best in sacred choral music and thoughtful commentary. The musical performances eloquently "do the talking," while the concise remarks from host Pastor Bruce Benson illuminate the meaning of the texts.

9:30am “Music and The Spoken Word” Radio’s longest running program. The world famous Tabernacle Choir from Temple Square in Salt Lake City

10:00am VOA World News and Weather

10:10am "Writer's Almanac" with Garrison Keillor

10:15am VOA Covers The World on Sunday Mornings Intelligent conversation and public affairs programming from the Voice of America including “Issues in The News,” “Encounter,” and Press Conference USA and VOA Asia

12:00 Noon News and Weather. 

12:15 "Constant Wonder" with Marcus Smith. 

1:15pm "A Way with Words" Public Radio's fun show about words! 

2:15pm "Philosophy Talk" Philosophy Talk challenges listeners to identify and question their assumptions and to think about things in new ways

3pm "Acoustic Cafe" w/ Rob Reinhart

5:00pm "Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour" from Lexington, Kentucky

6:10 pm “The Homemade Broadcast”

Will Kuncz, opinionated co-host of The Johnny B Show on 102.5 The Bone covers local Tampa Bay stories in his own unique way in this weekly podcast. Follow the show on Twitter and Instagram. Join the conversation and leave a text or voice message at (813) 693-2124. The Homemade Broadcast is brought to you by: Truvysalonandspa.com and NTTNutrition  

7:00pm "Sunday Night Jazz" with Frank Rivera  - Live from Frank's "Music Room" in Dunedin. RadioStPete's original jazz man, Frank is a veteran Public Radio jazz host. 

10:00pm "The Indie Circuit" RadioStPete's original feature with "mOw!!" . Indie tracks and late night conversations. Sake Bomb a Go Go follows at 11pm. 

12:00am  "Music Tampa Bay Overnight"  All original and local music from Tampa Bay musicians from the past decade. MTB.FM music library. 

5:00am  "Jazz at Daybreak"  w/ host David Basse.

For the past 20 years, David Basse has been at the forefront of the music scene in Kansas City, taking the torch from such legends as KC Jazz pioneers Charlie Parker, Count Basie and Jay McShann.

David’s singing has been compared to Mel Torme, Jon Hendricks and Al Jarreau. Other reviewers hear elements of Ray Charles and Dr. John. Whatever listeners hear, they respond enthusiastically.

David and his band, The City Light Orchestra, have been featured on “Wolf Trap and All That Jazz” and also played at the 1997 Inaugural Gala for President Clinton. If you have tickets to the Kansas City Chiefs, you can often hear David’s rendition of “Strike When the Iron Is Hot” used to fire up the crowds.

David came to radio in 1999, stepping behind the microphone for KKFI-FM in Kansas City. When Kansas Public Radio was looking for a host to take over The Jazz Scene, David’s insight and background made him a natural choice.

David has won a Kansas Association of Broadcasters award and KPR’s jazz department won an award from JAZZWEEK, 

8:00am Morning News and Features  World headlines, Tampa Bay weather and traffic. Garrison Keillor's "Writer's Almanac"  Go Tonight.com live music calendar and "This Day in Blues History" with P.W. Fenton

8:30 am Tampa Bay Jazz.  Al Downing Tampa Bay Jazz Association

The start of The Al Downing Tampa Bay Jazz Association can be traced to the joint efforts of Al Downing and Ernie Calhoun, renowned saxophonist and humanitarian who still resides in Tampa, Florida. Its beginnings were in 1981 and emerged from two jazz organizations in 1989. Today it provides jazz opportunities for enthusiasts throughout the Tampa Bay area.

The primary focus of the association is to encourage the understanding and appreciation of jazz.

9:05am Tampa Bay Singers, Songwriters and more until 12 noon. 

12pm World News and Weather

12:20pm "Lunchtime Conversations" Interesting and educational content from PRX, Pacifica, St. Pete Catalyst and independent producers locally and nationally. 

1 pm Local Musicians on Sunshine 96.7 FM Tampa Bay's best singers, songwriters and bands as we simulcast with RadioStPete Online.

2:00pm "Music From The Bay with J"   Sunshine 96.7 Music Director J Kolb, features some of the Tampa Bay area's best singer songwriters and bands playing original music and covers.  Pop, Rock, Folk, Jazz, R&B, Blues, Bluegrass, Reggae, Zydeco and more.  2-5:00 pm weekdays. Great Local Music Lives here!

5:00pm "Evening News, Weather and Traffic

5:10pm "Live and Local Hour" with 'The Old Pirate" Rick Crandall. 

7pm : "Evening Jazz" with Martin Phillps"  retired CBS Television and Voice of America veteran now selecting great jazz on Monday nights for RadioStPete listeners. 

8:00pm "St. Pete Nights" Local Musicians on Sunshine 96.7 FM Tampa Bay's best singers, songwriters

11pm "Lite Lounge" with Dimitri K.  Nationally known composer-arranger and performer based in Orlando. 

12:00am  "Music Tampa Bay Overnight"  All original and local music from Tampa Bay musicians from the past decade. MTB.FM music library. 

5:00am  "Jazz at Daybreak"  w/ host David Basse.

For the past 20 years, David Basse has been at the forefront of the music scene in Kansas City, taking the torch from such legends as KC Jazz pioneers Charlie Parker, Count Basie and Jay McShann.

David’s singing has been compared to Mel Torme, Jon Hendricks and Al Jarreau. Other reviewers hear elements of Ray Charles and Dr. John. Whatever listeners hear, they respond enthusiastically.

David and his band, The City Light Orchestra, have been featured on “Wolf Trap and All That Jazz” and also played at the 1997 Inaugural Gala for President Clinton. If you have tickets to the Kansas City Chiefs, you can often hear David’s rendition of “Strike When the Iron Is Hot” used to fire up the crowds.

David came to radio in 1999, stepping behind the microphone for KKFI-FM in Kansas City. When Kansas Public Radio was looking for a host to take over The Jazz Scene, David’s insight and background made him a natural choice.

David has won a Kansas Association of Broadcasters award and KPR’s jazz department won an award from JAZZWEEK, 

8:00am Morning News and Features  World headlines, Tampa Bay weather and traffic. Garrison Keillor's "Writer's Almanac"  Go Tonight.com live music calendar and "This Day in Blues History" with P.W. Fenton

8:15am Tampa Bay Jazz.  Al Downing Tampa Bay Jazz Association

The start of The Al Downing Tampa Bay Jazz Association can be traced to the joint efforts of Al Downing and Ernie Calhoun, renowned saxophonist and humanitarian who still resides in Tampa, Florida. Its beginnings were in 1981 and emerged from two jazz organizations in 1989. Today it provides jazz opportunities for enthusiasts throughout the Tampa Bay area.

The primary focus of the association is to encourage the understanding and appreciation of jazz.

The ADTBJA:

  • Promotes the understanding of jazz, its origins and evolution
  • Presents live jazz performances
  • Works with youths who are interested in learning to explore and perform jazz
  • Informs the public about jazz clinics, festivals, performances, events and club scenes
  • Provides scholarships to students who plan to further their jazz studies

9am Tampa Bay Singers, Songwriters and more until 12 noon.

12pm World News and Weather

12:20pm "Lunchtime Conversations" Daily variety of interesting conversations on a variety of topics of interest locally, nationally and globally.

1pm Local Musicians on Sunshine 96.7 FM Tampa Bay's best singers, songwriters and bands as we simulcast with RadioStPete Online from 2-5pm ET.

2:00pm "Music From The Bay with J"   Sunshine 96.7 Music Director J Kolb, features some of the Tampa Bay area's best singer songwriters and bands playing original music and covers.  Pop, Rock, Folk, Jazz, R&B, Blues, Bluegrass, Reggae, Zydeco and more.  2-5:00 pm weekdays. Great Local Music Lives here!

5:00pm "Evening News, Weather and Traffic.

5:10pm "Live and Local Hour" w/ Rick Crandall.

6:00pm "Bootleg Sessions" recent live recordings from venues throughout the Tampa Bay region. 

7:00pm "St. Pete Nights" Local Musicians on Sunshine 96.7 FM Tampa Bay's best singers, songwriters and bands. 

10pm "Spike on The Mic" Radio St Pete's popular weekly live hour of fun. 

11pm "Blues Cafe" with Steve James. 

12:00am  "Music Tampa Bay Overnight"  All original and local music from Tampa Bay musicians from the past decade. MTB.FM music library. 

5:00am  "Jazz at Daybreak"  w/ host David Basse.

For the past 20 years, David Basse has been at the forefront of the music scene in Kansas City, taking the torch from such legends as KC Jazz pioneers Charlie Parker, Count Basie and Jay McShann.

David’s singing has been compared to Mel Torme, Jon Hendricks and Al Jarreau. Other reviewers hear elements of Ray Charles and Dr. John. Whatever listeners hear, they respond enthusiastically.

David and his band, The City Light Orchestra, have been featured on “Wolf Trap and All That Jazz” and also played at the 1997 Inaugural Gala for President Clinton. If you have tickets to the Kansas City Chiefs, you can often hear David’s rendition of “Strike When the Iron Is Hot” used to fire up the crowds.

David came to radio in 1999, stepping behind the microphone for KKFI-FM in Kansas City. When Kansas Public Radio was looking for a host to take over The Jazz Scene, David’s insight and background made him a natural choice.

David has won a Kansas Association of Broadcasters award and KPR’s jazz department won an award from JAZZWEEK, 

8:00am Morning News and Features  World headlines, Tampa Bay weather and traffic. Garrison Keillor's "Writer's Almanac"  Go Tonight.com live music calendar and "This Day in Blues History" with P.W. Fenton

8:30am Tampa Bay Jazz.  Al Downing Tampa Bay Jazz Association

The start of The Al Downing Tampa Bay Jazz Association can be traced to the joint efforts of Al Downing and Ernie Calhoun, renowned saxophonist and humanitarian who still resides in Tampa, Florida. Its beginnings were in 1981 and emerged from two jazz organizations in 1989. Today it provides jazz opportunities for enthusiasts throughout the Tampa Bay area.

The primary focus of the association is to encourage the understanding and appreciation of jazz.

The ADTBJA:

  • Promotes the understanding of jazz, its origins and evolution
  • Presents live jazz performances
  • Works with youths who are interested in learning to explore and perform jazz
  • Informs the public about jazz clinics, festivals, performances, events and club scenes
  • Provides scholarships to students who plan to further their jazz studies

10am Tampa Bay Singers, Songwriters and more until 12 noon.

12pm  World News and Weather

12:20pm "Lunchtime Conversations"

1pm Local Musicians on Sunshine 96.7 FM Tampa Bay's best singers, songwriters and bands as we simulcast with RadioStPete Online from 2-5pm ET.

2:00pm "Music From The Bay with J"   Sunshine 96.7 Music Director J Kolb, features some of the Tampa Bay area's best singer songwriters and bands playing original music and covers.  Pop, Rock, Folk, Jazz, R&B, Blues, Bluegrass, Reggae, Zydeco and more.  2-5:00 pm weekdays. Great Local Music Lives here!

4:00pm "Wednesday Blues Hour"  Supported by the Hideaway Cafe and Recording Studio in St. Pete.

5:00pm "Evening News, Weather and Traffic

5:10pm "Live and Local Hour" with Rick Crandall. 

7:00pm "St. Pete Nights" Local Musicians on Sunshine 96.7 FM Tampa Bay's best singers, songwriters and bands. 

10pm "The Unheard Music" with Kenny Arena.

11pm "The Power Hour." 

12:00am  "Music Tampa Bay Overnight"  All original and local music from Tampa Bay musicians from the past decade. MTB.FM music library

5:00am  "Jazz at Daybreak"  w/ host David Basse.

For the past 20 years, David Basse has been at the forefront of the music scene in Kansas City, taking the torch from such legends as KC Jazz pioneers Charlie Parker, Count Basie and Jay McShann.

David’s singing has been compared to Mel Torme, Jon Hendricks and Al Jarreau. Other reviewers hear elements of Ray Charles and Dr. John. Whatever listeners hear, they respond enthusiastically.

David and his band, The City Light Orchestra, have been featured on “Wolf Trap and All That Jazz” and also played at the 1997 Inaugural Gala for President Clinton. If you have tickets to the Kansas City Chiefs, you can often hear David’s rendition of “Strike When the Iron Is Hot” used to fire up the crowds.

David came to radio in 1999, stepping behind the microphone for KKFI-FM in Kansas City. When Kansas Public Radio was looking for a host to take over The Jazz Scene, David’s insight and background made him a natural choice.

David has won a Kansas Association of Broadcasters award and KPR’s jazz department won an award from JAZZWEEK, 

8:00am Morning News and Features  World headlines, Tampa Bay weather and traffic. Garrison Keillor's "Writer's Almanac"  Go Tonight.com live music calendar and "This Day in Blues History" with P.W. Fenton

8:30am Tampa Bay Jazz.  Al Downing Tampa Bay Jazz Association

9am Tampa Bay Singers, Songwriters and more. 

12pm  World News and Weather

12:20pm "Lunchtime Conversations" Thursday features "Between the Lines:" a weekly syndicated half-hour radio newsmagazine featuring progressive perspectives on national and international political, ...

1pm Local Musicians on Sunshine 96.7 FM Tampa Bay's best singers, songwriters and bands as we simulcast with RadioStPete Online.

2:00pm "Music From The Bay with J"   Sunshine 96.7 Music Director J Kolb, features some of the Tampa Bay area's best singer songwriters and bands playing original music and covers.  Pop, Rock, Folk, Jazz, R&B, Blues, Bluegrass, Reggae, Zydeco and more.  2-5:00 pm weekdays. Great Local Music Lives here!

5:00pm "Evening News, Weather and Traffic

5:10pm "Live and Local Hour" with Rick Crandall.

7:00pm "St. Pete Nights" Local Musicians on Sunshine 96.7 FM Tampa Bay's best singers, songwriters and bands. 

12:00am "Music Tampa Bay Overnight"  All original and local music from Tampa Bay musicians from the past decade. MTB.FM music library. 

5:00am  "Jazz at Daybreak"  w/ host David Basse.

For the past 20 years, David Basse has been at the forefront of the music scene in Kansas City, taking the torch from such legends as KC Jazz pioneers Charlie Parker, Count Basie and Jay McShann.

David’s singing has been compared to Mel Torme, Jon Hendricks and Al Jarreau. Other reviewers hear elements of Ray Charles and Dr. John. Whatever listeners hear, they respond enthusiastically.

David and his band, The City Light Orchestra, have been featured on “Wolf Trap and All That Jazz” and also played at the 1997 Inaugural Gala for President Clinton. If you have tickets to the Kansas City Chiefs, you can often hear David’s rendition of “Strike When the Iron Is Hot” used to fire up the crowds.

David came to radio in 1999, stepping behind the microphone for KKFI-FM in Kansas City. When Kansas Public Radio was looking for a host to take over The Jazz Scene, David’s insight and background made him a natural choice.

David has won a Kansas Association of Broadcasters award and KPR’s jazz department won an award from JAZZWEEK, 

8:00am Morning News and Features  World headlines, Tampa Bay weather and traffic. Garrison Keillor's "Writer's Almanac"  Go Tonight.com live music calendar and "This Day in Blues History" with P.W. Fenton

8:30am Tampa Bay Jazz.  Al Downing Tampa Bay Jazz Association.

9am Tampa Bay Singers, Songwriters and more. 

12pm Noon News and Weather

12:20pm Lunchtime Conversations" Friday features: "Radio Curious" Long form interviews about life and ideas with Barry Vogel.  

1pm Tampa Bay Musicians all afternoon.

2:00pm "Music from The Bay with J"   Sunshine 96.7 Music Director J Kolb, features some of the Tampa Bay area's best singer songwriters and bands playing original music and covers.  Pop, Rock, Folk, Jazz, R&B, Blues, Bluegrass, Reggae, Zydeco and more.  2-5:00 pm weekdays. Great Local Music Lives here!

5pm News, Weather and Traffic

5:10pm "The Live and Local Hour" w/ Rick Crandall.

6pm   Mark O Radio Happy Hour Show"  Wrap up the week with lively, live and local  conversation and top Tampa Bay musicians. 

8pm "Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour"

The biggest “under the radar” live audience program on public radio reached the milestone 1000th broadcast November 2019.

Folksinger Michael Johnathon started the Americana format “WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour” in 2001, in a tiny studio that barely seated 12 people airing on just one college radio station. “WoodSongs” is truly unique in the world of musical radio and television programs, as it is produced entirely by volunteers.

Today, WoodSongs is heard from Australia across America to Ireland on 537 public, community and commercial radio stations worldwide, including the American Forces Radio Network, which broadcasts the show on two channels in 177 nations which includes every military base and U.S. Naval ships in the world. The show has recently been added to the legendary WSM 650 AM home of the Grand Ole Opry.

9pm "Acoustic Cafe" w/ Rob Reinhart.

Acoustic Café is a two hour weekly radio show, and an independent media production of RDR Radio, LLC. The program is produced and hosted by Rob Reinhart, who started the show in 1995. 

Each week, listeners around the globe tune in to Acoustic Café to hear the latest from today’s great songwriting talents. It’s hard to put a definitive label on Acoustic Café’s music selections. After all, a good song is a good song… any individual set of music could contain a bit of country, rock, blues, folk, pop… and more!

11pm "International Americana Music Show" with Michael Park.

Each week, The International Americana Music Show features a selection of the best Americana music made solely by non-American artists. Many of the artists featured on the show are being heard on American radio for the first time. Michael Park presents each engaging and informative hour-long show and chats with some of the artists about their influences and their love for Americana music.

12:00am 

"Music Tampa Bay Overnight" All original and local music from Tampa Bay musicians from the past decade. MTB.FM music library. 

5:00am "Jazz at Daybreak, Saturday" Tampa Bay Jazz artists. 

6:00am "Jazz @100 Jazz retrospective from public station WTJU Charlottesville. 

7:00 "Jazz Most Wanted" w/ Robyn Austin 

Each week, Jazz Most Wanted counts down the song and artist from number ten to number one by playing the individual songs and by highlighting the players and aspects of the recording that make it special!

Hosted by Robyn Austin, the Jazz Most Wanted Countdown is a weekly program produced by top-rated jazz station 89.9 Jazz & More in Orlando, Florida. 

8:00am Morning News and Features  World headlines, Tampa Bay weather and traffic. Garrison Keillor's "Writer's Almanac"  Go Tonight.com live music calendar and "This Day in Blues History" with P.W. Fenton

8:25am "Voice for Veterans" with Keith Winslow. Information, interviews and news for veterans and those who support them 

9am "St. Pete Unplugged!" w/ Joe Bourdow  Local musicians. Acoustic- folk and weekend events announced

10am "Florida Folk Show" live from the Craftsman House in downtown St. Pete. Pete Gallagher and friends. Live music. 

12pm News and Features

1215pm Lunchtime Conversations. Saturday's feature is "Song Creating" with Steve Robb. A locally produced podcast that celebrates the sparks that ignite, the events that inspire and the songwriters that create.  

1pm Nonstop local music and musicians on RadioStPete. 

5pm News and Features 

5:10m "Filmspotting" radio program from Chicago hosted by Adam Kempenaar and Josh Larsen. Movie reviews, top five lists, interviews and more.

6:10pm The Flower Power Hour with Ken and MJ

The Flower Power Hour with Ken and MJ currently streams on over 40 radio stations and 7 countries.  It’s a flashback to the Golden Age of Flower Power, with music primarily from the 60s ,70s and 80s, and it’s dedicated to the vibe of that era – peace, love, and rock and roll.  The Flower Power Hour is the fastest growing syndicated radio show today. It is already endorsed by artists such as Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull, Jorma Kaukonen of Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna, Roger McGuinn of the Byrds, Jim McCarty of the Yardbirds, Mo Moore of Nektar, and dozens of others, whose liners and interviews in our show give it a level of credibility not heard on other shows of this type.

7:10pm Saturday Night Music our catalog of over seven hundred Tampa Bay musicians. 

11pm "Music from the Mountain" We close out Saturday night with hard driving bluegrass music! 

12:00am  "Music Tampa Bay Overnight"  All original and local music from Tampa Bay musicians from the past decade. MTB.FM music library. 

5am "Jazz at Daybreak, Sunday"  Al Downing Tampa Bay Jazz Association. Local artists. 

6am "High Country Celtic Radio"

From Nevada’s high desert to the mighty Sierra, Katie and Joe journey across the world of Celtic Traditional and Contemporary music.

On High Country Celtic Radio, we focus on the Traditional music and trad-based music of Ireland, Scotland, Brittany, Wales, and northern Spain, performed by musicians across the world. 

7am "Classical Guitar Alive"

Classical Guitar Alive features great music and fascinating interviews with many of the world's leading guitar performers and composers.

Join host Tony Morris for Classical Guitar Alive, an unabashedly enthusiastic and fast-paced romp through the classical repertory of the world's most popular musical instrument.

Nationally-distributed since 1997, Classical Guitar Alive currently airs each week on over 200 radio stations in the US, Canada, and internationally.

Classical Guitar Alive highlights a vast repertoire of music ranging from Medieval through present-day solo, chamber, and orchestral music with guitar. In addition to presenting works by American performers and composers, the program also explores guitar-related music of other cultures.

The program has been acclaimed by both critics and the public alike, and has been applauded by artists as diverse as Yale University professor of music Benjamin Verdery and ex-Led Zeppelin rock guitarist Jimmy Page.

8am With Heart and Voice®

A weekly program of sacred choral and organ music that features recordings from around the world. ... Hosted by Peter DuBois, the program celebrates the seasons of the liturgical year and focuses on the richness and beauty of sacred music.

 9:05am "Sing For Joy "

Produced by St. Olaf College, Sing For Joy  has a simple mission: to explore the weekly themes of Christian worship by providing the best in sacred choral music and thoughtful commentary. The musical performances eloquently "do the talking," while the concise remarks from host Pastor Bruce Benson illuminate the meaning of the texts.

9:35am  "Music and The Spoken Word" 

The Tabernacle Choir can’t reach everyone in person, but its weekly program, Music & the Spoken Word, can. Since 1929, nearly the lifetime of radio, The Tabernacle Choir has been a phenomenon of broadcasting, with the longest continuous broadcast on the air. Music & the Spoken Word has been inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame and the National Radio Hall of Fame and has entered the hearts of listeners everywhere.

10:00m  "Folk Alley" from PRX.  Each week, Folk Alley host Elena See collects the best in traditional and contemporary folk, Americana and roots music from the latest releases, classics, and exclusive Folk Alley in-studio.

12:00 Weekend News, Weather Calendars and Garrison Keillor. 

12:15pm "Constant Wonder."  Stay in tune with our phenomenal world; Join Marcus Smith for explorations of hidden marvels in nature, forgotten heroes of history, and life stories that both humble and inspire. Constant Wonder is a production of BYUradio.

1:15 pm "Ozark Highlands Radio"  Ozark Highlands Radio is an hour-long public radio program that features live musical performances recorded at the Ozark Folk Center State Park in Mountain View, Ark. With archival recordings from native Ozark musicians to the contemporary Roots/Old Time performers of today, Ozark Highlands Radio explores the history, tradition and current trends in American folk acoustic music. In addition to the live performances Ozark Highlands Radio also features interviews with performers, feature host and guest contributor segments, and web only content including jam sessions and expanded interviews.

2 pm  Tampa Bay Musicians 

6:10pm "The Homemade Broadcast" Each week,  Will Kuncz leads a wide ranging discussion of things Tampa Bay and the wider world.  

7pm "Sunday Night Jazz" w/ Frank Rivera.  Broadcast live from Frank's "Music Room" and his vast personal jazz library in Dunedin and simulcast on RadioStPete Online. A Miami public radio veteran jazz host, Frank has anchored our "Sunday Night Jazz" hours since 2015.  

10pm  "Night Lights" 

Night Lights, is a weekly thematic one-hour jazz radio program hosted by jazz aficionado David Brent Johnson, focusing on jazz from the 1945-1990 era.

Night Lights, is a weekly one-hour jazz radio program hosted by David Brent Johnson, focusing on jazz from the 1945-1990 era—a timespan that, as Johnson notes, “weirdly parallels Miles Davis on record and the Cold War.”

Covering artists such as Duke Ellington, John Coltrane, and Nina Simone, and themes ranging from jazz in the movies and television to the music’s connection to the civil-rights movement, Night Lights also features many lesser-known talents of post-1945 jazz. “Night Lights is a program of jazz in sound, story, and song,” says Johnson. “I try to make each show a sort of cultural narrative about whatever artist or theme I’m highlighting. It’s great music and interesting history, and I want the program to reflect that.”

"Each week, David sheds light on jazz artists and little-known corners of jazz history through smart research and interviews, dramatic narration and thoughtfully selected recordings. The result is an indispensable educational resource that is engaging and illuminating. Through David’s soothing and intelligent voice, Night Lights provides a rewarding gateway to the music for curious listeners unfamiliar with jazz as well as those who are seasoned jazz fans. I’ve listened to David for years and always learn something new."—Marc Myers, a Wall Street Journal contributor, JazzWax.com founder and author of Why Jazz Happened and Anatomy of a Song.

11pm "Sound Ideas" Jazz.   Sound Ideas explores the artistry of jazz, blues, and the spoken word. Hosted by Clay Ryder, each episode explores a different theme or genre of the jazz idiom through recorded performances pulled from more than eighty years of recorded art. The music is the focus. It is complemented by a few minutes of intelligent commentary to set the context and make the music understandable and personal for both the jazz aficionado and those who listen on the jazz periphery.

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