DJs, show hosts, journalists, and other authors on Radio Waterloo.
Authors are listed by most recent posts first.
Fediverse: @Jenniefer Stronge@radiowaterloo.ca
I want to talk with inhabitants of the world, about what they care about. Play some music, talk about events & Horses of course! About me: I love horses, people & the world. Peace out. Love thyself as you do thy neighbour, fellow humans & family. Wanna give PEACE a chance once & for all. Ya man.View Posts →
Don Janzen hosts Radio Nowhere I came of age musically in the mid sixties. My first music memory is sitting n my neighbour's dad's semi cab and hearing She Loves You on the radio. That was it for me. A little later I graduated to the FM dial just in time to catch the great Detroit underground FM Rock era. I love the music made in that time but don't expect another version of a classic dinosaur rock station playing the same 20 songs all day. I'll be playing more deeper dive stuff from then. My tastes expanded to old blues and modern rock. So hopefully you hear some old favourites and a discover few new ones too. Let me know what you think.View Posts →
Back at CKMS after a 37-year break! I volunteered during my undergrad days at UofW (class of 1983). I now live near Dallas TX. My show is all about the music I loved back then (still do!) - retro-alternative, new wave, punk, ska, reggae. Saturdays at 10 pm - give it a listen.View Posts →
Former Associate Editor/Web Editor/Sports Editor at Waterloo Region Record with a keen interest in rock music, specifically classic rock with side dishes of blues, late 70s punk and new wave plus sprinklings of reggae, soul and funk.View Posts →
LINEUP Leonard Ro first started programming on CKWR 98.7FM now CKWR 98.5FM in 1995 and then at CSCR 90.5FM in Toronto, Ontario. Democracy in Perspective on CKMS 102.7FM is the first show in the Tri-City that allows the general public to voice their opinion on political and socio-economic issues. Leonard Ro gives the listeners the platform to voice their opinions on the air"View Posts →
Fediverse: @Shawn Bush@radiowaterloo.ca
Reggae Patrol is a diverse Caribbean radio show which plays a large range of Reggae, Dancehall, Ska, Rock-steady and lovers-rock every Saturday from 6pm-8pm eastern time. Reggae Patrol top 10 chart will give you an overview of Dancehall and Reggae songs that are trending within the global diaspora, the sweetened voice of our energetic host Shawn Bush will keep you glued to your speakers, two full exciting hour with a lot of twist. Reggae Patrol also interview local and international artistes on a promotional platform, we give updates on upcoming Reggae and Dancehall events in our community (Waterloo Region) and the greater Toronto area. Five minutes reviews and previews chit chatting on what is hot in the news and reviews.View Posts →
Sauti za Africa brings you amazing selection of music from the continent of Africa and all the islands surrounding it. Listen to Ndombolo, Soukous, Seben, Bongo Flava, Afrobeats and so much more. Live interviews are conducted from time to time with famous artists!! Your host is Yasin Dewji who was born and raised in Tanzania. As a fluent speaker of Kiswahili, English and a host of other languages, you will be entertained. Consider advertising your business on our website www.sautizaafrica.com Sauti za Africa....WE BRING YOU THE LATEST SONGS AND THE GOLDEN TUNES OF YESTERDAY!View Posts →
Fediverse: @DJ Cool@radiowaterloo.ca
Multi Award Winning Radio Host at 102.7FM Mondays 4 to 7pm www.soundfm.ca Bringing you the Latest and Best in Reggae , Rand B , Gospel , Soul and Old School Music with some Top 40 in the MIX. Letting you know where the Best Events are taking Place in your Area. Anthony Turner Part of the DJ Cool and Friends Team Brings the Best in Entertainment from New York City Every Monday from the BIG Apple . Log on Weekly and Listen at www.soundfm.ca and Please Share with Family and Friends Worldwide.View Posts →
Coral Andrews is a Kitchener, Ontario based writer whose by line has appeared in many publications... for over three decades including national magazines – Saturday Night, Take One, Graffiti, The New Quarterly, Canplay,Performing Arts and Entertainment in Canada, and Harrowsmith. Regional Publications include: Grand Magazine, Most Magazine, Green Magazine, Taste Magazine, Own Magazine, Proud Magazine and many others, in addition to digital publications - Start Arts and Culture, Suite 101.com and OpenFile.ca. Favourite interviews include: Lynn Redgrave, Phyllis Diller, Cynthia Lennon, and Graham Chapman from Monty Python. She recently won the 2012 Special Jury Award from the Waterloo Reion Arts Awards Currrently Coral contributes to weekly art magazine Nightlife for Waterloo Region Record.View Posts →