WHERE VOLUNTEERS LUV VERMONT-MADE MUSIC EVERY DAY, ALL DAY, AND YOU CAN, TOO.
105.9FM The Radiator
Where Yodeling is Cool
|Current DJ||Jessica the Robot|
|DJ Bio||WOMM-LP Automation is the friendly robot who plays Vermont-made music from Big Heavy World's VT music archive whenever our human DJs are out picking flowers.|
|07:04am||My Bad, Wrong Horse||The Pilgrims||No Focus||n/s||n/s|
|07:00am||Cobble Mountain Critter||Gang of Thieves||Thunderfunk||n/s||n/s|
|07:00am||Utitled||Japhy Ryder||If The Haves Are Willing||n/s||n/s|
|06:57am||re-entry||No Son of Mine||n/s||n/s||n/s|
|06:51am||Scott Joplin Meledy||John Cassel||Dinner Music from The Trapp Family Lodge||n/s||n/s|
|06:46am||Stop That Train||Rumblecat||'til The Neighbors Shout||n/s||n/s|
|06:42am||We Don't Ask||Katie Trautz||Katie Trautz||n/s||n/s|
|06:32am||Black-Eyed Susan||Deb Flanders||The Female Highwayman||n/s||n/s|
|06:29am||Everything||Bethany Conner||I'll Tell You||n/s||n/s|
|06:18am||Safe||Aaron Flinn's Salad Days||Half Mast||n/s||n/s|
|06:14am||Masterpiece||Phil Yates||No Need To Beg||n/s||n/s|
|06:10am||on a lonesome friday evening||echoes and rumors||n/s||n/s||n/s|
|06:05am||Ordinary Man (Featuring Grace Potter)||Gregory Douglass||Battler||n/s||n/s|
|05:56am||One On The Skyline (Ft. Ra-Kalam Bob Moses)||Invisible Homes||Song For My Double||n/s||n/s|
|05:52am||Vermont Song||Emily Nyman||Twists||n/s||n/s|
|05:47am||Very Early||Fred Haas||I Thought About You||n/s||n/s|
|05:42am||Rise and Shine||Not Caleb||Good Childhood||n/s||n/s|
|05:38am||Younger Years||Two Count||Two Count||n/s||n/s|
|05:34am||Harry Bridges||Rik Palieri And George Mann||The Almanac Trail||n/s||n/s|
|05:31am||Ride||The DuPont Brothers||Heavy as Lead||n/s||n/s|
|05:24am||On Fuego||Heloise And The Savoir Faire||Trash, Rats||n/s||n/s|
Vermont Music Videos
A Few Official Videos From A State-Sized Collection
Music City / Music State
Strengthening the Music Community of Burlington & Vermont
Our work has main objectives: 1) Strengthen Vermont musicians professionally and socially, building the confidence and friendships that help musicians help themselves and each other; 2) Foster the economic success of music in Vermont and champion its value; and 3) Preserve and celebrate the cultural legacy created by Vermont’s musicians.
We’ve been doing this since 1996 as a crew of mostly high school and college-aged volunteers. Big Heavy World is now a part of the international awakening of cultural communities called ‘music cities,’ and is bringing the best worldwide tools and practices to Vermont.
Vermont bands who’d like to lend their input and voices to this mission can join us via the Vermont Alliance of Musicians & Presenters.
Photo above: Justin Crowther at Burlington Record Plant.