Our internet radio station, The AIR, perseveres on its march through April with fresh shows and a tweaked schedule. You can tune in at The AIR Website, or just hit the virtual button right here on this embedded radio player…
After a morning and afternoon of new music and encore presentations, the fun starts at 3 PM with a brand-new episode of Prognosis. Herman Linte is back with a special show that pays tribute to the late Chris Squire by bringing you his solo album, “Fish Out Of Water,” and also presents great progressive rock by Pallas, Magenta, IQ, Greg Lake and Keith Emerson and more. See the playlist below.
At 5 PM we bring you a classic episode of Harrah’s Hard & Heavy. In a couple of weeks we’ll have new shows from this series, but until then, you can rock out with your encore out.
At 6 PM it’s another installment the New Music Show. This is exactly what the title says. It’s new music, a mix of local and non-local, presented in a rotation so that you can see the artist and song title displayed. You’ll get to hear some of the best tracks that we play on our specialty shows here every weekday at 6 PM.
At 6:30 PM it’s The (censored) Crazy Show. Now daily, by popular demand.
7 PM sees a classic episode of That Conversation with Patrick Felton. This week it’s Mike Mudoch and Toby Poole, talking about the state of creativity in West Virginia in 2012.
9 PM brings us a much-requested episode of The Best of The Real with Mark Wolfe. This time Mark talks to your PopCulteer, Rudy Panucci.
10 PM revives a lost episode of Six Degrees of Separation. This talk show, hosted at The Empty Glass, presents the world according to Johnny Compton.
At midnight, settle in for an all-night marathon of classic episodes of Radio Coolsville, featuring DJ Betty Rock.
Here is your playlist for Prognosis, heard Monday at 3 PM, Tuesday at 7 AM and Wednesday at 8 PM…
Pallas “The Alien Messiah”
Chris Squire “Fish Out of Water”
“Hold Out Your Hand”
“You by My Side”
IQ “Stronger Than Friction”
Renaissance “At The Harbor”
Steve Morse Band “Unnamed Sources”
Steven Wilson “Drive Home”
Greg Lake and Keith Emerson “Tarkus”
Tony Banks “Forever Morning”
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