Got DJ daydreams? A Blues Affliction Perhaps?

Do you have a serious music addiction? Or know and love someone with such an affliction? You know the type–they consume tunes the way yuppies consume a certain brand of chain coffee. Oh and in Kansas City, we’ve got something for that sort of coffee addict–The Broadway Cafe–the ONLY independent coffee shop to shut down the invading coffee chain and send it packing–a chain which we will not name nor even offer the marketing of a ‘tag’. 

Okay back to the music–and the DJ dreamers out there spinning in the world-wide web and beyond.

Yes, folks, only at KKFI Community Radio, located at the corner of 39th and Main in Kansas City, Missouri can you too can be a guest DJ and get a taste of radio-wave action. How? KKFI is entirely community funded and for a donation of one hundred and fifty dollars towards its operating costs, you –or a loved one of your choice– can do a stint on live radio complete with programing the musical selections.  Consider giving such a ‘gift’ of experience to yourself or someone who loves Jazz, Folk, World, Rock, Blues, Reggae and even Native American music et al.  The DJ guest spot must be during a compatible radio program with appropriate music genre. If you click on the blue billboard  you will surf into KKFI’s site and there find a program schedule complete with times  and the regular all volunteer DJ staff listings. There’s also contact, newsletter, and event information available. KKFI 90.1 fm streams LIVE on the world wide web 24/7 , 365 days around the sun and with the moon.  Where else but on totally community radio can a DJ daydream become reality?



  1. rae leskowitz said,

    October 1, 2010 at 12:46 am

    Let’s hear if the U.S. 40 Historic National Road Yard Sale in June, 2010 Located in Md. to St. Louis, Mo got an overflow to Kansas City, MO?

    • October 1, 2010 at 5:26 pm

      Well if you contact Carol Jean the Garage Sale Queen of the Anything Goes radio show on Fridays on KKFI–SHE would know if anyone in KCMO does!

  2. artistatexit0 said,

    October 1, 2010 at 1:53 am

    I admire you for being such an advocate for radio. Here in Louisville we have three public radio stations that form a partnership. One of the stations is devoted just to news. I along with many here depend on National Public Radio to give us the stories we need to stay informed.

    • October 1, 2010 at 5:15 pm

      Al, I’ve got to tell you, if you’re ever inclined, you can listen to KKFI stream live online–depending on your musical / news inclinations check out the program guide at If you do, you will soon realize just what an incredible community radio station we have here in Kansas City. I mean, we are LUCKY beyond belief with having 100,000 watts–the largest possible, staffed by volunteers for over 20 years and PAID for by US–no university affliations, no corporate fundings, no advertising, no commericals. The COMMUNITY truly owns KKFI with everything from its volunteer DJs to donated labor to funding. It’s easy to advocate for KKFI–Radio Like You’ve Never Heard It Before–because it provides programing for and by the people. It’s wonderful. I’ve been to a lot of big cities in the states and never heard any other radio station like it on the sound waves. So–I do what I can to share KKFI with any interested parties now that it is streaming online.

  3. October 1, 2010 at 5:28 pm

    Yes, folks, KKFI actually has someone who KNOWS ALL there is to know about garage sales in the KC metro area. ONLY on Community Radio! LOL.

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