Exploding into a big banana birthday month, it's The Mosen Explosion

Last week’s Mosen Explosion was broadcast live from the great month of May, even though for many listeners, it was still April because they were having trouble keeping up with us. I mean dude, we are so advanced!

But now, everyone’s made it to May, a big banana birthday month. Yes, three of the four bananas have birthdays in May ya see, which makes for a month that’s busy, and tough on the old wallet. Of course, this is no ordinary banana birthday month, since this year, we celebrate our first banana 21st.

Rockin Steady

Steve returns to join the Snowman during the first hour this week on SnowWhiteFM. Steve and the Snowman were college roommates, and know lots of good, encriminating dirt on one another. Bringing that up from time to time seems to defy resistance. So, there are always plenty of quirky stories about life in the good old days. And, there is a great playlist shaping up, and you are the vbeneficiary, as Steve and The Snowman role the hits, and chat about the music, and the unexpected memories the music evokes.
It is live radio, being produced exactly as you listen.

Johnny Otis this week on The Juke In The Back

The Juke In The Back” focuses on the “soul that came before rock n’ roll,” the records that inspired Elvis, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and countless others.

Friday gets funny at 9 PM Eastern Time on Mushroom FM the home of the fun guys!

I guess I passed the audition back in March because I'm hosting Funny Fridays again tonight.
You'll hear commedy from around the world including a visit to the Liberal Party of Canada's 2010 Thinkers' Conference, spend a few minutes with Andy Rooney, a telephone story During the second hour, and the next installment of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy at 11:23 (approximately).

Classic Classic Rock Classics this week on the Richter Scale

This week, you can tune in to The Richter Scale at to hear Richard Mosen playing two hours of some of the greatest classic rock from the 60's, 70's and 80's, all interjected with some fun live commentary and conversation.

If you're a fan of classic rock, or just of live radio in general, then you won't want to miss this week's Richter Scale.

On this week's "A Cuppa at the Mosens" we enter the classroom for a candid discussion on education

On this week’s “A Cuppa at the Mosens” Thursday 9:00 – 11:00 p.m. EST on and in all your fav music apps, we enter the classroom for a candid discussion on learning as a blind student.

The music from the last week in April 1969 continues tonight on The Early Years on Mushroom FM

When you hear the dying strains of Van Halen's Happy Trails signalling the end of The May-Day edition of the Mosen Explosion, don't touch your PC, your mobile device or your internet radio and join me in The Early Years on Mushroom FM, the home of the fun guys.

Ecl ectism on Viva

Hello all-
This is Mara Kelland and I'm here to share with you the eclectic nature of classical music on Viva this week.

The show airs as always at 8am Sunday [US Eastern] or replays on Tuesday at 9pm in New Zealand.

This week we have music by Debussy, Britten, Rutter, Purcell and Morley [a very special madrigal for the month of May.] Also as spring is here we have a piece from Copland's Appalachian Spring.

I hope you will join me!

We're Celebrating May Day this week on Come by the Hills!

As Monday is May 1, I thought we'd pay some attention to that fact in fine Celtic fashion on Come by the Hills. May Day or May-time was for a long time in European history associated with the end of planting and the beginning of summer. yes, summer used to begin much earlier than June 21, which is why that date is still known as Midsummer's Day in England. The Equinoxes and Solstices used to mark the mid-points, rather than the beginnings of seasons. So, May 1 was the beginning of summer in the old agricultural calendar.

Mayday, Mayday, Mayhem, it's The Mosen Explosion

Mayday Mayday Mayday! That’s what I say.


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