We have arrived in the future. Your favorite little old radio station now has its very own time machine. Through the magic of the internet, you can now listen to (almost) any show that has aired in the last two weeks whenever you want. Go to our page at Radio Free America, and look for “Station Archive.” Click around the calendar, and listen to your favorite DJ when it suits you. No longer do you have to plan your listening according to that imperious clock on the wall. This may be the biggest leap forward since we got rid of Roman numerals.
Red carpets and limousines aren’t exactly our style, but we’re hosting the world premier of a feature film nonetheless. Outermost Community Radio is the subject of a film that’s been more than three years in the making. While there are many characters in our world, the main character is the station itself, of course. Get your tickets now for the release party and the first screening April 17 at the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater. Thanks to Alan Chebot and the whole crew at Parallax Productions. Visit the official website for the film at outermostradiothefilm.com.
Henry & Jane Fischer feature early jazz and popular music on Dixieland Jazz, etc. every 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday of the month from 9:00 to noon.
The emphasis is definitely on melody and traditional harmonies whether played by original artists such as Louis Armstrong and Django Reinhardt or covers by Randy Sanke, The New Black Eagle Jazz Band or Vince Giordano. We play older popular hits, boogie-woogie, ragtime and swing. Music from the heart and soul of New Orleans to the inventive West Coast masters Gerry Mulligan and Paul Desmond. Join us, Henry and Jane, for a fun filled three hours of Jazz Brunch Music — you’ll have a hard time sitting still.< All DJs