Not Weird, Queer and Wild Planet Radio are excited to have a pair of signed Janet Weiss drumsticks donated by Sleater-Kinney. For the month of April we will be holding a scavenger hunt to determine who will win!
Below are 5 Questions. The answers can be found on Not Weird, Queer’s website or on Wild Planet Radio’s website (www.wildplanetradio.com). Locate the answers to the 5 Questions and send an email with the answers to firstname.lastname@example.org. On May 1st, 2015, a winner will be selected at random from a pool of emails with all 5 correct answers. Limit: 1 entry per person. You may also email email@example.com to get the full contest rules.
Here are the questions:
1. Who is the station manager at Wild Planet Radio?
2. What are the call letters for Wild Planet Radio?
3. What episode number of Not Weird, Queer aired on August 17th, 2014?
4. What was the first song played on the Not Weird, Queer Halloween 2014 episode?
5. On what day was the first airing of Not Weird, Queer at it’s new 3pm PST time slot?
Good Luck and Happy Hunting!
Breaking News! Contest! Your Chance To Win! Got your attention?
Sleater-Kinney has donated a pair of drumsticks from Janet Weiss to Not Weird, Queer and Wild Planet Radio. Starting tomorrow and during shows in the month of April, learn how you can enter and win!
Until Tomorrow, carry on!
In the Studiio of KPQR, working on Sunday’s Not Weird, Queer. Sunday’s show will feature the song First Comes Love from Michael Biello and Dan Martin and new music from Brandi Carlile, Derek Bishop, Steve Grand, Jeffery Straker, andJeremiah Clark. Tune in Sunday at 3pm.
This is the long lost mysterious never before heard episode from March 1, 2015. It was recently discovered in files deep in the basement of KPQR, dusted off and presented to you.
Tapes are rolling and we’re recording tomorrow’s Not Weird, Queer. I’ll be featuring music from the Queerty article “Ten Great Gay Love Songs To Crack The Toughest Cynic” including music mentioned in the comments. I’m jazzed about this episode, danced my feet off, I was told they’d grow back. Listen to the the LIVE Stream by clicking the red and white Listen Live to the right, it should be red and white for most all listeners, it’s not a White and Gold Dress.
I found a great theme for tomorrow’s show. It’s a great theme, because it’s great music!
Ten Great Gay Love Songs To Crack The Toughest Cynic
Last January was the 15th anniversary of Queer Music Heritage, and I’ve much enjoyed sharing and preserving our music culture, but I’ve decided that QMH has had a long enough run and that the show for March will be the last show. And this month is also the last for OutRadio. I want to devote more energy to my history websites, like
and my digitizing project for early Houston publications, so it will be nice not to have the radio deadlines pressing me. But don’t worry, the Queer Music Heritage website is not going away. It will stay as a history resource, and it archives almost 580 hours of programming to amuse you. You’d have to listen around the clock for 24 days to hear it all.
You can hear my last two shows at
The March QMH is a special four-hour romp with Camp Music.
Thanks for your support over the years,
Congrats JD Doyle, and thanks for all you do, you are indeed The Guru of Queer Music!