Once again, we only offer up one new episode of our speciality music shows Tuesday on The AIR with a fresh edition of Psychedelic Shack. RFC is taking the week off because we’re planning a big marathon for this coming weekend, and your PopCulteer needed a week off.  Meanwhile, you may point your cursor over and tune in at the website, or you could just stay on this page, and  listen to this happy little embedded radio player…

I am planning a marathon of Radio Free Charleston this weekend on The AIR, and decided to take a week off from RFC and The Swing Shift this week. Today we’re going to bring you the final one-hour episode of RFC, plus the final two-hour RFC International at 10 AM and 10 PM, as we go back to the last week of 2019 for our last shows before we merged the two into what is now known as Radio Free Charleston Volume Five. We’ll tell you all about the marathon later in the week.

At 1 PM we’ll bring you an encore of MIRRORBALL, Mel Larch’s second Disco Special that premiered last Friday.

However, we do have a new edition of Psychedelic Shack from Nigel Pye today at 2 PM. Nigel returns with a new show that opens with an epic psychedelic/prog bizarro epic by Utopia.

Check out the playlist…

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Todd Rundgren and Utopia “Singing And The Glass Guitar”
Spirit “Aren’t You Glad”
13th Floor Elevators “Fire Engine”
Donovan “Epistle To Dippy”
Iron Butterfly “In The Times of Our Lives”
Klaatu “Little Neutrino”
Janis Joplin “Piece Of My Heart”
Love “Live and Let Live”
Strawberry Alarm Clock “Strawberries Mean Love”
The Rutles “Nevertheless”

Psychedelic Shack alternates weeks with NOISE BRIGADE Tuesdays at 2 PM, with replays Wednesday at 11 AM and 10 PM, Thursday at 8 AM, Friday at Noon, Saturday at 8 AM, Sunday at 4 PM and Monday at 7 PM.

At 3 PM, The Swing Shift brings you three encore episodes. Our Swing showcase will return with new episodes next week. You can hear The Swing Shift Tuesday at 3 PM, with replays Wednesday at 7 AM and 6 PM, Thursday at 7 PM and Saturday at 5 PM, only on The AIR. You can also hear all-night marathons, seven hours each, starting at Midnight Thursday and Sunday evenings.