- About Us
From our daily mixes to our weekend specialty programming, WYEP has something new for music lovers to discover.
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Explore Pittsburgh music for a full hour.
A nationally syndicated radio show with a mission to turn up the volume of women’s voices on the airwaves and in music, across genres and generations.
WYEP’s weekly, two hour all-vinyl show that crosses musical styles and genres. Hosted by Brian Siewiorek.
The Block Party features newer acts and a more modern take on music, with indie rock, hip hop, soul, and local artists each hour.
“More Bounce” is a Friday night show hosted by Clara Kent that celebrates music and culture from the African Diaspora.
From The Go-Gos to Talking Heads, Bob Studebaker has curated the perfect mix of 80s music.
Slacker Rewind, hosted by Mike Sauter, takes you back to the era of classic alternative rock.
eTown is an exciting weekly radio broadcast heard from coast to coast on NPR, public and WYEP. Every eTown show is taped in front of a live audience and features performances from many of today’s top musical artists as well as conversations and information about the world around us.
According to show host Wrett Weatherspoon, “the blues are a part of American culture that needs to be understood more and get more respect. Although blues have continued to grow through the generations, it’s been a struggle to get music industry recognition for the genre.” Join Wrett every Saturday while he spins the blues by new & classic artists, bringing a heightened awareness of the suffering and joys of bluesmen and blueswomen to his listeners.
Rollin And Tumblin’ is a three-hour tour through history of electric and acoustic Blues.
For more than 20 years, Beale Street Caravan has been capturing and exporting the sounds of Memphis and the Delta region. It is our mission to celebrate the culture of our region by sharing our music with the world.
Dubmission, hosted by Kerem, features a mix of offbeat, glitch, house, techno, jazz, leftfield, dub, soul, lo-fi, funk, hip hop, downtempo, broken beat, disco, and rare grooves.
Each week, Folk Alley host Elena See collects the best in traditional and contemporary folk, Americana and roots music from the latest releases, classics, and exclusive Folk Alley in-studio.
Erin Dawes hosts an eclectic musical mix to ease you into your Sunday morning.
Sundays | 2PM to 5PM
Roots and Rhythm hosted by Jesse Novak is an eclectic musical adventure digging deep into various genres including country, blues, world, zydeco, soul, reggae and more.
Three hours of the best new and classic bluegrass music, news and events hosted by Bruce Mountjoy.
Hosted by David Gans, The Grateful Dead Hour is exactly what it sounds like, an hour of music from the legendary jam band.