(Check Schedule for show times)
Major musical entertainment styles:
Music America: WFDU(FM)'s blend of traditional American music forms. On the air
since 1980, MusicAmerica embraces traditional and new Folk, Bluegrass, Blues, Country Standards, Singer Songwriter and Cajun and
Zydeco performances. The format is offered throughout the week with the greatest
concentration found during the weekdays. Music Director Lynn Crystal can be contacted via email at email@example.com.
Alternative Gospel: R&P (that's rhythm and praise, for the newcomer!) and
Traditional Gospel: WFDU(FM)'s slice of heaven is under the direction of Stacy Wendell, who hosts Gospel
Revelations every Monday. Linda B is
in the Gospel Grooves on Tuesdays. The Jazz
mix comes to us courtesy of our own musical virtuoso, Tony
Smith on Wednesdays.
Across The Tracks: The station's weekday afternoon dose of the Blues, which was on
the air well before the New York "urban" stations recognized the need for a
source of solid R&B. The format blends both classic soul with new artists who perform
in the traditional style. Contact music director Keith Mulhare at
The New Music:
The New Music Legacy: The
station's longest running musical format and the definitive source for
followers of the new music scene, then & now. Offered on the weekends,
the New Music Legacy has been keenly tuned and retuned to the musical
trends of the last three decades. At 6pm, Your Old Pal
night with his "Defective Jukebox" loaded with indie
rock, old punk, surf music, psychobilly and weird synth. WFDU
Production Director & New Music Legacy Music Director,
Ghosty takes you on a 4
hour journey from 9p-1a each Saturday highlighting Alt. Pop/Rock
favorites that put WFDU on the map in New Music.
Big Al takes you through Sunday overnight filling the airwaves
with a lot of unusual stuff presented in easily digested chunks! Tune
in...you might like it!. Music director Ghosty can be contacted via
email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
QUE VIVA LA MUSICA: Traditional Salsa and Latin Jazz
heard no where else on N.Y. Radio. Vicki Sola has
been hosting this incredibly popular program for over two decades."Move your feet to
the Latin beat!"