It’s an all new Tuesday on The AIR, with Radio Free Charleston, Radio Coolsville, Six Degrees of Separation featuring Johnny Compton, and Radio Free Charleston International.
You can tune in at The AIR website or on this special little embedded radio player widget…
It all kicks off at 10 AM with a brand new Radio Free Charleston, featuring new music from The Irreplaceables and tons of other great local bands. Don’t believe us? Check out the playlist right here:
The Irreplaceables “PC Paradise”
Mark Beckner “Ain’t It Hard”
Amon’s Horn “Bookworm”
Justin Johnson “Trail of Tears”
Treasure Cat “Queen of Spades”
Ghosts of Now “Gold Man Rising”
John Lancaster “A Burning Farewell”
Chum “Live In A Circle”
Axis Everything “Beat Cop”
Calendars and Kerosene “I’m Over You”
What Now “Not In Glenville”
600 lbs of Sin “Tidal Wave”
The Horse Traders “Nothing At All”
Sheldon Vance “Watch It Burn”
You can hear Radio Free Charleston at 10 AM and 10 PM Tuesday on The AIR.
At 11 AM and 7 PM, check out the replay of the RFC Interview with David Synn, just in case you weren’t paying attention when we told you about its debut yesterday.
At 3 PM, DJ Betty Rock regales us with another two hour blast of the coolest music on the planet, as Radio Coolsville comes to The AIR via WMUL in Huntington.
Jumping to 8 PM, it’s Six Degrees of Separation, hosted by Tim Dorsey and Jason “Roadblock” Robinson from the Empty Glass. This week, they spend more than an hour talking to local guitar legend, Johnny Compton (seen right). This is followed by a collection of tunes hand picked by Johnny himself.
At 11 PM, Radio Free Charleston International is all over the map, bringing you new music from classic artists, newer music from unknown artists, unknown music from world famous artists, and an assortment of relevatory sonic bombshells.
This week, RFC International brings you all that and even includes a special set of music made by various offspring of The Beatles. Radio Free Charleston International will be replayed Friday night at 10 PM, Saturday morning at 11 AM and Sunday night at 10 PM