Programs A-Z

  • Trending toward acoustic Americana, folk, rock, blues and a splash of jazz, but you never know what could get thrown in.

  • Spinning music of all genres keeping an eclectic flow throughout the two hours.

  • It's ALL MiXED UP because we love all kinds of music, all genres, and love to mix it up & mash it up & see where the flow of random auditory goodness leads us on our musical journey together. You never know what you'll hear next,...

  • Hear a variety of music selected by young people. Popular genres include classic rock, pop, folk, bluegrass and jazz. Visit our website azyep.org for more information.

  • KDNK has a great many DJs dedicated to bringing you the most cutting edge new music from across the globe on a weekly basis. Barn Darlington is not one of those DJs. Instead, Barn digs deep through the dollar bins & dusty stacks of the...

  • Tribal galactica, world music, funky jazz, chill, trance and acoustic music from around the world. A good sample music mix might be Club d'Elf > Mulatu Astatke > Gigi > Bill Laswell's Sacred System > Pharaoh Sanders > Ali Farka...

  • Transcendental twang, everything from Bach to Beck to Berry to Babylon is Burning. Billy Bob takes off his tool belt for this show and lets it all hang out!! Rockabilly, rock and roll, ska and spiritual rule these 2 hours of pure adrenalin. The...

  • We cook up a veritable cornucopia of Blues music for your listening pleasure. On the menu, we feature the Blues from the early 20th Century, to the newest artists of the 21st Century, and everything in between. If your taste buds yearn for the...

  • A blend of new and old Blues.

  • Technically my show could be called Celtic & World Thunder. I play mostly contemporary Celtic music of the folk variety but do throw in some Celtic rock as well.  I often feature World music for the last half hour of my show.

  • 1st Wednesday: Black metal

    Other Wednesdays: Punk

  • When Kenailo hosts: 

    Mostly country with some classic rock and rock and roll.

  • Dictionary... gospel... "a thing that is the absolute truth." From that came my belief that music is an absolute truth. Add to that the words of Duke Ellington, "all kinds of music are created equal." From those words the Gospel of Music took...

  • Music for the re-evolution. Using the power of music and the spoken word to re-imagine a world that works for everyone. Playing transcendental rock, folk, blues, bluegrass and more with some poetry and throwdown mixed in. 

  • Classic Rock, Jam bands, Blues, Funk... whatever tickles my katlike sensibilities.

  • Traipsing the jazz timeline and visiting the lands of coffee & chocolate.

  • Jero's Vibe is a journey into a lush soundscape. Psychedelic, electronic, fresh, organic beats creating a journey into sound.

  • World funk and funkier. Going deep to bring you hellacious grooves from around the globe to get yo' backfield in motion. Free your ass and your mind will follow.

  • My show is an eclectic blend of new and old music. I love alternative, folk, rock, reggae, and bluegrass music.

  • The pulse of Carbondale- music, talk, guests, anything else we think might be fun

  • NEW MUSIC! for Fresh Ears...KDNK's Assistant Music Director, Cody Lee just listened to everything the music industry shared with station in the last week.  Program Director, Luke Nestler puts the fresh batch in the on-air...

  • Anything and Everything.

  • Music City Roots, Live From The Factory is a weekly, two-hour radio show that revives the historic legacy of live musical radio production in Nashville. Music City Roots, Live From The Factory showcases Nashville’s astonishing music scene, from...

  • Host Chuck Curry will escort you on a sonic adventure from the alternative side... expand your musical awareness by listening to a range of styles from indie to acid jazz, from house to trip-hop, from post-punk to alt dance, from electronica to...

  • "Where the current is love"

    Showcasing all styles of reggae music from early ska, fun, dancehall and of course classic roots. We also like to have segments of the show where we discuss the Rastafarian culture, history of the music and...

  • The program features small group, straight ahead jazz-bebop, hard bop and more, dating from the late 40's to the early 70's, but there will be exceptions, one of which is gypsy jazz, a.k.a. Jazz Manouche, a genre inspired by the music of Django...

  • Music to get you just a little higher. RISE is a 3-hour barrage of music that will leave you breathless and wanting more. From the freshest tracks, to forgotten classics and surprises in between. Tune in every other week from 7 to 10pm to get...

  • Reggae with touches of hip hop and jam bands

  • Exploring all the flavors of America's musical gumbo. A sample music mix might be Willie > Merle Haggard > Chet Atkins >Hank Williams > Marty Stuart > Greg Brown > Townes Van Zandt > Parker Millsap > New Mastersounds &gt...

  • Jambands, Funk-n-Roll, Hippie Rock and many more varieties of music will keep your day fresh and Sharing in the Groove throughout. Now get out there and boogie!

  • World, Electronic, Lounge and Sounds from your Past

  • Jazz and swing music from the 1930s, '40s and 50's. Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Glenn Miller, Ella Fitzgerald, Helen Forest, Billie Holiday and other greats are featured every week on Art Ackerman's show.

  • Uplifting high vibe music for the whole family, fun family banter, and story-time. Designed to put a smile on your face!

  • Exploring the path the Blues has taken from the US to the UK and back, from traditional to modern blues as well as the heavy influence the blues has made on rock n roll.

  • Bonte is a french word meaning kindness and Lane is a path or road; so Bonte Lane is a path of kindness. This expresses my desire to live and work in an atmosphere of kindness, respect and joyful engagement with everyone I encounter. The Bonte...

  • Bouncing around from genre to genre, decade to decade as long as the music is good I'll play it. 

  • Tunes to keep you elevated.

  • The show's namesake is lifted from a Booker T & the MGs track. Loosely dedicated to the sixties and seventies. Out of the ordinary rock, soul, garage, psychedelia, progressive, art pop, novelty, etc. Don't be surprised if I careen from 30's...

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