Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Feb. 28, 2010

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WEMU (89.1-FM), the public radio station based at Eastern Michigan University, has announced new overnight programming starting Monday. Replacing the syndicated "Jazz with Bob Parlocha" will be a new national show with a broader musical focus called "Undercurrents." It includes jazz but also a variety of other genres. The full press release from WEMU: 89.1, WEMU, Eastern Michigan University's public radio station, will debut a new overnight music service beginning at 10 p.m. Monday, March 1. "Undercurrents," hosted by Peabody Award winner Greg McVicker, comes from RadioCamp LLC and distributed by Native Voice One: The Native American Radio Service, replaces the previous overnight program, the syndicated "Jazz with Bob Parlocha." "Undercurrents" is called "American music with a passport" and lives up to that claim with an intriguing, well-produced, expertly hosted, and very listenable mix of rock, blues, jazz, folk, native, Americana, funk, electronica, reggae, roots, world, dub, and alt country music" said WEMU's program director, Clark Smith... WEMU changing overnight programming with "Undercurrents" (Sun, 2/28)

 

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