WKZE Specialty Program Descriptions

SATURDAYS

Bluegrass Review with Phil Nusbaum: Saturdays 6-7 am

The Bluegrass Review is “Up to date and down to earth”, because Phil plays Bluegrass classics as well as the current wave, and includes produced segments and in-depth interviews, adding the insiders’ point of view to the bluegrass experience.

eTown with Nick Forster: Saturdays 7-8am (& Sundays 6-7am)

eTown’s mission is to create a socially responsible and environmentally sustainable world through musical, social and environmental programming to uplift and inspire listeners around the world. Come for the music, stay for the message.

New Harmony with Dick Hermans: Saturdays 8-10am

Called Harmony Junction during KZE’s first year in 1987, New Harmony brings you acoustic music of the folk, bluegrass and Celtic variety, plus the occasional nod to rock’n’roll and blues. Themed sets, an occasional off the wall song, and a positive vibe make New Harmony a fresh listening experience every week.

Professor Louie’s Woodstock Rockin’ Revue: Saturdays 5-7pm

Professor Louie plays some of the best tunes from the greatest musicians, residents, visitors & friends who are all part of the tapestry of the Woodstock Musical Experience. Step inside our neighborhood for a night of great musical diversity.

Movin’ and Groovin’ with Corey: Saturdays 7-9pm

An eclectic mix to get up and get down to. From Funk to Afrobeat, Rock to Reggae, and all points in between. If you’re looking for the soundtrack to your Saturday night party stop on by!

The Family Jamhouse with Rick: Saturdays 9-10pm

Join Rick for a one-hour exploration of Families & Music. Brothers, sisters, husbands and wives, cousins who collaborate musically and started a band…. and the undeniable chemistry of that bond. “It’s All Relative”

The Blueseum of Fine Art Radio Show with Chris Jagger & John Peyton: Saturdays 10-11pm

Brings you the very best blues works and rare interviews and recordings from the world’s greatest artists; from the Delta Blues to Chicago Blues, from British Blues to Texas Blues, from primitive recordings to live electric performances.

SUNDAYS

eTown with Nick Forster: Sundays 6-7am (& Saturdays 7-8am)

eTown’s mission is to create a socially responsible and environmentally sustainable world through musical, social and environmental programming to uplift and inspire listeners around the world. Come for the music, stay for the message.

Putumayo World Music Hour with Rosalie Howarth: Sundays 7-8am (& 10-11pm)

The Putumayo World Music Hour takes listeners on a weekly journey through the music of many different cultures, and includes well-known artists along with exceptional, underexposed international artists. The program also features interviews with world-class music makers who eagerly support and have been influenced by world music.

Garden Show & Home with Sally Spillane: Sundays 8-9am

Fun and uplifting talk about gardening, feathering your nest and whatever else is on Sally’s mind. Features interviews with regionally based gardeners, landscapers, business-owners and plant experts.

Sunday Brunch with Paul Higgins: Sundays 9-noon

Three hours of uplifting classical, jazz and world music.

Woman of Note with Jerrice Baptiste:  Sundays 5-7 pm

Two hours of female artists from all over the world.

Nightshade with Paul Higgins:  Sundays 7-10pm

Three hours of exotic soulful music from all over the world.