Radio that's weirder than you, but not by much.
KFJC DJs and hosts are doing live shows from our studios at Foothill College and we are taking precautions to protect everyone's health. While some folks remain away from the station, we are airing selected programs from the past, as well as new shows produced at home. Thanks for listening!
Emmylou Harris special
Monday March 1 at 10AM-2PM
Hosted by Sally Goodin
Emmylou Harris was born on April 2, 1947. She dropped out of college and moved to New York City to perform in Greenwich Village coffeehouses during the '60s folk music scene. She sang on Gram Parsons' recordings in 1973 and '74, and recorded her first major label album, Pieces of the Sky, in 1975. Since then she has released over 30 albums, the most recent in 2016. Emmylou has won 14 Grammy awards and numerous other honors, including induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Join Sally Goodin for a chronological survey of her songs.
BLM - Black Legendary Musicians - Reggae
Tuesday February 30 at 2AM-6AM
Hosted by dr doug
Concerned that February is not long enough, dr doug has taken the liberty of extending Black History month a couple of days so that he may include Reggae into the festivities. If you are unable to join him during the wee hours, catch what you've missed in the broadcast archives!