On Air


Say Whats Radio playlist for 02/15/2016

With special guest: Megaweapon.

Polka Express playlist for 02/15/2016

Fill in for A Woman's perspective on politics. 1:30-3:00 PM 1330-1500 Hrs.

Sunday Street playlist for 02/14/2016

Jim Faith, producer of the LI Winterfest, visited with us to preview this year's event.

Polka Express playlist for 02/14/2016

0500-0900 hrs.

Jazz On The Air playlist for 02/14/2016

George Rudolph substituting for Mr. Edison. This week's show featured an interview with Ryan McNulty of Black Tie Brass, a Nassau County Jazz Band. They will be playing at the Brickhouse Brewery in Patchogue on April 16th.

Polka Country USA playlist for 02/14/2016

Polka Express extra section fill in.

Chicken and Waffles (and sometimes Pancakes) playlist for 02/13/2016

post-rock (lowercase hour)

not sorry- may the flying spaghetti monster bless you with his noodley appendage

Homegrown Long Island playlist for 02/13/2016

Mick Hargreaves & Valerie Rose

Blues Warehouse playlist for 02/12/2016

Mark Klein's Fri.morning
Blues Warehouse (8-10am)est.

WUSB Alternatives playlist for 02/12/2016

Cornflower late-night edition

Hypnosmoothie Radio playlist for 02/12/2016

I just released a brand new album called Rising Rising Rising, which is about rising out of the darkness and being your own hero. (Here's the album, which you can stream online: http://roriekelly.bandcamp.com/)

I have so many wonderful friends far and wide who helped this album become a reality, and I would like to celebrate with you.

On Saturday 13th February at 2:00pm ET, I will be having a live streaming CD release party for all of you. I will be playing every song on the album, in order with my amazing girl group The Triceratones -- that's Pauline Salotti, Claire Raby and Martha Trachtenberg.

-visit http://www.concertwindow.com/roriekelly
-click "Follow" in the top right corner (this way you will get notified when we go live!)
-Crack open your favorite beverage and watch us serenade you on Saturday Feb 13 at 2PM EST

The show is free--I want everyone to be able to access it. You can, however, purchase a digital or physical copy of the album right there on ConcertWindow, or tip us if you like. (I'll be doing my usual haikus for $5 tippers!)