Live and Local
The Cuckoo’s Nest
United Tribes News
The Inverted Eye
Too Much Stuff
The Country Power Hour
Ear Candy is one hour devoted solely to the gratification of your auditory system. Recorded at SkunkWoman Studios, nestled on the banks of the Coyote Creek, the program is a delicious hand-picked revue of musical confections, including alt-country, alt-rock, vintage rock and filthy blues. Ear Candy airs Sundays at 10 PM, Mondays at 7 AM and Tuesdays at 3 PM with new shows premiering on Fridays at 9 PM.
Casey James, former vinyl radio DJ, jukebox addict, and local musician/songwriter, brings you Ear Candy.
Live and Local
The Live and Local Radio Hour features performances by local artists captured in field recordings at different venues in Bismarck and the surrounding area. And always be ready to expect the unexpected! The Live & Local Radio Hour airs Wednesdays at 7 AM, and Saturdays at 10 PM.
Todd Sattler, field recording enthusiast and music scheduler at Laughing Sun Brewing Company, hosts the Live and Local Radio Hour.
Hear the best in new and classic Blues sounds each and every week from legendary performers as well as regional and local acts as well. Steamer enjoys modern electric/contemporary Blues, but listeners are sure to hear all styles including Delta/Country and even Cajun Blues. Steamer’s Blues airs on Saturdays at 6 PM and Sundays at 11 AM with new shows premiering on Thursdays at 8 PM.
Steve Stelton or Steamer as he is known, got hooked on the Blues in the mid-90’s after friends took him to the legendary Blues Saloon in St. Paul, MN. Steamer began booking national, regional and local Blues bands in 2007 and has become a well known advocate and respected promoter in the Blues world. Steamer also founded and remains heavily involved in the Bismarck/Mandan based Muddy River Blues Society.
The Cuckoo’s Nest
The Cuckoo’s Nest is a place where everyone can tune in and roost or perch their ears on some music that they may or may not be accustomed to. Each program’s playlists are created using a specific theme or idea for the base of the show. The music is then tailored around the main theme to fit the show. The idea is to always keep the listener listening and wondering what might be next? To keep everyone on the edge of their (Listening) seat: An audio WACKYLAND! The Cuckoo’s Nest airs on Tuesdays at 7 AM, Wednesdays at 8 PM, and Saturdays at 7 PM with new shows premiering on Fridays at 4 PM.
Over the years Martin and Wren have discovered many unknown tracks that need some airplay; and now for the first time, they can dust off their records and play some amazing music on the radio!
Martin Waxwing & Wren Sparrow
Martin Waxwing and Wren Sparrow are life-long music enthusiasts that share a love and passion for all different kinds of music. They have roots in the community putting together local events and volunteering towards various arts and music causes in the area.
United Tribes News–Radio
United Tribes News – Radio is produced by United Tribes Technical College, one of North Dakota’s five tribal colleges. UTN–Radio offers informative and educational talks and discussion to help improve understanding about tribes, Native People and education. The program strives to present unmediated presentations from Native sources. United Tribes News airs on Tuesdays at 10 AM and Sundays at 1 PM with a new show premiering every two weeks.
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Wandering Minstrels with Jared Ingersol
The show spotlights a wide variety of folk music, from the traditional, to the contemporary, to the cutting edge; all its offshoots and branches — music from all around the world. Wandering Minstrels airs on Wednesdays at 9 AM and Sundays at 9 PM with new shows premiering on Sundays.
Jared Ingersol proudly represents an outstanding roster of some of the finest artists in folk, jazz, acoustic, and Americana music. His roster is comprised of storytellers and musicians that connect with, entertain, and inspire their audiences, and Ingersol is dedicated to helping spread their music.
The Inverted Eye
Serving up greasy globs of industrial indulgence, The Inverted Eye turns your vision inside out and blasts you with an hour’s worth of sonic mayhem. Killer tracks, ranging from the early Wax Trax years to more modern electronic and industrial acts, all for your listening pleasure. The Inverted Eye airs on Wednesdays at 11 PM and premiers new shows on Saturdays at 9 PM.
Zach Nevland is an industrial music aficionado who also makes his own music using his personal collection of synthesizers and drum machines. He also dabbles in experimental video and photography.
Too Much Stuff
Too Much Stuff is a theme-based exploration of Gute’s song catalog. An attempt to make sense of things. Too Much Stuff airs on Tuesdays at 9 PM, Sundays at 6 PM and premiers new shows on Fridays at 2 PM.
John Hougen is Gute, the host of Too Much Stuff. John is retired and holds the oldest school Track and Field record at Larimore High School, in an event he never ran. So it goes.
The Country Power Hour
The Country Power Hour is the show you want to listen to if you love country music! It’s nothing fancy, there’s no frills, just some great country music! Listen to songs you love, listen to songs that spark your memory, and listen songs you’ve forgotten or maybe never even heard! The best part is that it’s all for your listening pleasure! The Country Power Hour airs Sundays at 9 AM, Mondays at 3 PM, Thursdays at 8 AM, and Fridays at 6 PM with new shows premiering on Thursdays.
Anthony Spooner grew up listening to country music. He was raised on everyone from the Statler Brothers to Dierks Bentley, Sawyer Brown to Toby Keith, Lonestar to Brad Paisley, and Diamond Rio to Josh Turner, to name a few. His love of country music is poured into each episode of The Country Power Hour to make sure you get the most out of it you can.
Recovery Chronicles is a half-hour interview program that celebrates recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Recovery Chronicles airs on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8 AM.
Tom Regan and his wife, Patti, moved to North Dakota from their hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1981. They raised four children here.
Tom has a bachelor’s degree in mass communication, a master’s degree in communication, and a master’s degree in addiction counseling. He is also certified in grief counseling.
In Bismarck, Tom has worked for Prairie Public Broadcasting, Q&R Clinic/Medcenter One (now Sanford), United Way, and Heartview.
The Phonofort is a program dedicated to vinyl culture and my appreciation for music. The purpose of The Phonofort is to showcase overlooked, obscure and foreign artists from my record collection who never got the airplay they deserved. Also, my aim is to expose listeners to a wide array of music not available to them and to expand their musical tastes. Listeners can expect to hear many genres of music from around the globe, spanning decades to present day. The Phonofort airs on Mondays at 9 AM, Tuesdays at 2 PM, Thursdays at 11 PM, and Saturdays at 4 PM with new shows starting on Thursdays.
DJ Antiquity is a Bismarck native who has been spinning records for half a decade and traveling near and far in his pursuit of music.
Dakota Produce is one hour of music dedicated solely to the artists of Bismarck/Mandan and North Dakota. If you have locally produced music you would like us to consider, please call 701-258-8767 or email email@example.com.
Dakota Produce airs on Mondays at 10 AM, Tuesdays at 4 PM, Thursdays at noon, and Saturdays at 2 PM.
With a focus on Bismarck and Mandan city government issues, City Current presents information on City Commission actions and department activities, why they matter, and where citizens can go for more information.
New programs begin airing Wednesdays at Noon with multiple replays on:
• KDAK 102.5 FM Radio
• Government Access cable channels 2 & 602 HD
Bismarck Magazine presents Community Calendar! Join Caroline and Hannah as they chat about what’s going on around the Bismarck/Mandan community!
Hannah Haynes and Caroline Crary
Hannah Haynes is the Publisher and Co-Founder of Bismarck Magazine. She grew up in a big city, but fell in love with a small town. Besides her love of donuts, she loves staying busy and being involved in the community. She has built a North Dakota bucket list and and is determined to live here until she finishes it…looks like she’s here for a good while.
Caroline Crary is the Publisher and Co-Founder of Bismarck Magazine. After graduating college, she moved back to Fargo, but couldn’t stay away from Bismarck. She loves what she does and is amazed by the people in this community. On most days you can find Caroline either training for her next marathon or building her dream car online.
Music for Millenials
Music For Millennials is the perfect show for anyone who grew up listening to the music of the 90s and early 2000s. Listen to anything and everything from The Backstreet Boys to Justin Bieber, from Brittney Spears to Katy Perry, and everything else in between! Just sit back, relax, and let the nostalgia take over! Music for Millenials airs on Mondays at 9 PM, Wednesdays at 1 PM, Thursdays at 9 AM, and Saturdays at 1 PM.
When you listen to the radio, you might have noticed that there is a lot of music from the 70s, 80s, and Top Billboard Charts. It seems that radio stations forgot that music from the 90s and 2000s still exists. Michael Feist noticed this, and decided to do something about it. A 90s baby himself, Michael started the Music For Millennials radio show. At first, he wanted to do a country show, but that idea was already taken.
SPRC Talk is an informative talk show that focuses on events and programs hosted by the Sacred Pipe Resource Center. It also describes the organization’s goal and mission and seeks to generate community discussion on local Native American issues. SPRC Talk airs on Tuesdays at 2 PM and premiers a new show every two weeks on Fridays at 3 PM.
Sacred Pipe Resource Center
Sacred Pipe Resource Center is a local non-profit organization that was established in 2007 by long term members of the Bismarck Mandan community who saw a need for a structure that served the Native American population. The organization uses existing programs and creates new programs to help Native American people find and establish a better life for themselves in the metro area. For more information, visit sacredpipe.net.
Deep Threes is the weekly radio show that brings you eclectic instrumental soundscapes that weave jazz, electronic, soundtrack, modern classical and experimental music into extended sets. “Deep” is a nod to the deep tracks of the past. “Threes” refers to the MP3s that fill up our hard drives and computing clouds. Long tracks of new music and rediscovered gems take you in new directions on each sonic excursion. Deep Threes airs on Sundays at midnight and Thursdays at 10 PM.
The host of Deep Threes is a man of few words. Jay thinks it’s impolite to talk about his low Bacon number and exactly how many songs are on his hard drive. But he’s glad to be your guide through the long mixes he puts together every week.