WKMS Special Programming for Valentine's Day
Feel the love with WKMS local music hosts this Valentine’s Day! Here's the rundown of romantic programming:
Wednesday February 10 @ 9pm
A romantic edition of Café Jazz with Brian Clardy, leading off with Ella Fitzgerald’s “My Funny Valentine”.
The Jive House
Thursday, February 11 @ 9pm & Sunday, February 14 @ 7pm
If there’s a time of year when soul music shines most, this has to be it! Tracks from Charles Bradley, Ray Charles, Al Green, Bill Withers, Otis Redding, and Sam Cooke highlight their celebratory hour in the name of “love”.
The Off Beat
Thursday, February 11 @ 10pm
Songs about love and ways of the heart from reggae greats. Whether you're celebrating with your sweetheart or otherwise, you'll have an upbeat and groove-filled mix to keep you company.
Friday, February 12, 11am – 1pm
In the first hour, guest host Todd Hatton puts together a mix of some special Valentines tunes. While in the noon hour, Dr. Todd Hill’s MSU Blue Jazz Combo entertains with songs including My Funny Valentine, Bernie’s Tune and On Green Dolphin Street for our February Live Lunch.
Left of the Dial
Friday, February 12, 9pm – 11pm
Heaven knows you'll hear a whole lot of miserable love songs from The Smiths, The Cure, Pet Shop Boys, Buzzcocks and The Psychedelic Furs.
Rick’s Kitchen Sink
Saturday, February 13, 1pm – 3pm
Rick celebrates Valentine's Day with songs about love, including music by Junior Walker and the All Stars, Sam Cooke, the Beach Boys, and more.
Beyond the Edge
Saturday, February 13, 8pm – 11pm
Three hours of songs about the good and bad side of love, featuring music from Tom Waits, Wilco, Beck, Nick Cave and many others.
Saturday, February 13, 11pm- midnight
An hour of electronic music featuring love, kisses and all-around good feelings from Marian Hill, Petite Meller, The Knocks, Kisses and many others!
Sunday, February 14 @ 1pm
Love in the Fifties. Get perspectives on love, romance, and sexuality from Norman Vincent Peale, Pat Boone, and Dr. Alfred Kinsey. And you'll love the music by Dinah Shore, Fats Domino, Sonny James, Dion and the Belmonts, the Jackie Gleason Orchestra and many more.