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October 30th: Day Of The Dead Celebration! Print E-mail

Get into the Halloween spirit and tune your radio dial to 92.9fm or stream it via your favorite device. What better way to celebrate the Day of the Dead than with People Who Have Died!? Nearly all day our music shows will be spinning tracks by artists no longer with us. Tune in and dig sweet sounds from the great beyond!

It all begins at 1pm following Democracy Now! (noon-1) 

Lois Volta (The Volta Way) kicks things off with two hours of euphonious selections by the departed. Suzanne Biemiller (Life Grooves) carries you through to 4pm. Tom Casetta (Listen Up!) keeps the celebration going from 4 to 6pm. Reade McCardell (Fewsh) joins the cadaverous fray from 6 to 8pm. Joanna Wikander (The Sunday Dinner Mix Tape) presents a tapestry of on-stage death from 8 to 10pm. At 10, K. Gerard Bates (Gotta Get Over The Hump) picks up the ghastly mantle and guides you to the midnight hour.

LIVE!!! WEDNESDAY NIGHT!!! @ 10 PM "GTownRadio HALLOWEEN Party!!!" (Party Over Where?!?) Print E-mail



"A Little Bit of THIS,

A Little Bit of THAT

'Cause We Know

U Like It Like THAT!!!"


The Mid-Week "Grown Folk" Party!!!

(Put The Kiddies To BED!!!)  

K.Gerard Bates, The Mysterious Traveller (aka K-JAM)

w/ Ernie Evans (aka Eeazzy E), Producer

 This Week.....


STUDIO Phone: 215-609-4301

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The Graveyard Shift! Print E-mail

The night before/morning of Halloween, the actual time before dawn, from 1am to 6am, join Tom Casetta on G-town Radio WGGT 92.9fm for a special “Graveyard Shift” for insomniacs, vampires,and other overnight inhabitants. Lots of musics and other dark hour weirdness awaits.
The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Sunday (10/27) 5-6pm, with Jazz Musicians Alex Levin and Peter Simpkins Print E-mail


TODAY at 5pm on "THE (not so) HIDDEN AGENDA," tune in to meet host Stephanie Heck's next pair of guests, jazz artists Alex Levin and Peter Simpkins.  They are going to talk about their lives, work, relationship with each other (Peter was Alex's teacher), and how their music has evolved.  We're also going to talk about The Alex Levin Trio's newly-released fifth album, "Sunday Kind of Love"--and play some tunes!  To get a preview, check out www.alexlevinjazz.com before the show...and then tune in!

F E W S H Halloween Replay {Sunday Oct. 27 ||| 10-Noon EST} Print E-mail
(Art by Herbert Railton)
A gory wedge of FEWSH from the bedevilled past.
(Art by Herbert Railton)
The Local Music Show - Wednesday At 7PM Print E-mail
Tune in this Wed night, Oct 23 from 7-9 PM - Hear new tracks from Honeytiger, Rosetta, Knifeplay, and The Manikins. The Local Music Show - featuring all Philly bands and artists.
Listen Up! Wednesday 10/23: Mostly Sunny and Breezy Print E-mail
Psych weirdness, garage rock, instrumental madness and assorted mutations.

Tune into Listen Up! on @gtownradio 92.9fm WGGT-LP this Wednesday from 2-4pm est.

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SKYWAVE October 23 @ 6pm: FULL COUNT! Print E-mail


Welcome to Skywave for more radio play entertainment. We have a trio of humorous treats. We begin at the ball park with "Full Count", where 3 lively sportscasters are calling a Phillies/ Thunderbirds game. Hear what happens when play by play announcer  is joined by a veteran grizzly color analyst along with a peppy field interviewer. We continue with the conclusion to Cecil Has A Toothache from the Cecil and Sally series. And we finish with a funny monologue from the Fleischmann's series "Miss Tithinwither at the Prize Fight", which takes a surprising turn as Miss T. delivers her protest. And here to tickle your tummy are Sherry Brown, Bill Simpson, Martha Michael, Jim Harris on sfx and your host, Andy Pettit. 

FEWSH [Oct. 20, 2019] Carpenter Exposť Print E-mail

(Special Artwork by Ainsley Odhner)

So you're saying you have a predilection for composer, director, narrator, screenwriter, synth-warrior John Carpenter and you're in search of a fitting soundtrack for your Halloween party? Well, you needn't search any further. This time around Fewsh is taking an alluringly unsettling walk down Carpenter Lane and hopes you'll join it.

Sundays from 10 am to 12 pm on Gtownradio.com and 92.9 WGGT-LP. Fewsh; it's 81% music, 19% oh my gosh!

(Special Artwork by Ainsley Odhner)

What Does Feminism Have To Do With Climate Change? 4-5 PM today on Plant Philadelphia Print E-mail


Mary Robinson



Rabbi Julie Greenberg


To give people who were away in the summer another chance to hear Mary Robinson, former first female president of Ireland, and Rabbi Julie Greenberg, the climate justice coordinator for POWER (People Organized to Witness, Empower, and Rebuild) talk about how feminism, environmental justice, and climate change are all intertwined we are rebroadcasting their dynamic interviews.


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