On Air: The Ohm Radio Variety Show
[ Celebrating One Year of Local Broadcasting ]
In the vein of the Grand Ole Opry or A Prairie Home Companion, Ohm Radio will be hosting a live variety radio show featuring Live Music, Comedy, Puppetry, and much more!
Participating Bands & Acts:
Jordan Igoe (Alt Country)
Rock out with your Wiltrout (Jazz)
Alan Fame (R&B / Hip Hop)
Secret Guest (Indie Rock)
The SOUL Preservation Society of Charleston (Live Vinyl)
Lasso (choir) ( a Spontaneous A Cappella Bar Choir )
War of the Worlds (Comedy Skit)
Mr. Bonetangles and the Trubbanauts (Puppeteer)
Hosted by Nameless Numberhead
Tickets: $10 in advance, $12 day of, $8 kids and students
This live theater production features a wide variety of cultures and art forms, and will become an annual event to celebrate the Charleston community coming together to help launch and sustain its first nonprofit, noncommercial, radio station. All proceeds will go to OHM Radio to help continue to broadcast through 2016.
This event is sponsored by: Objectivity Squared
Media Reform SC is the nonprofit that brought WOHM 96.3FM to the Charleston airwaves on August 1, 2015. Since our launch, we have had over 40 local DJ’s contribute weekly original content for Charleston listeners to increase their knowledge of different music, cultures, and events in our city. We are honored to host such a platform and are working towards involving more community members to participate and become part of the local media revival.
Ohm Radio 96.3FM is Charleston’s first nonprofit, non-commercial radio station! With the generous support from this community, Ohm Radio has been broadcasting unique, local and original content 24/7 since launching August 1, 2015. Ohm Radio unites Charleston’s diverse community of voices with programming not typically represented in our media.
The Charleston Music Hall is a live music venue in downtown Charleston, SC that exists to create extraordinary artistic experiences and promote the finest local, regional, and national acts. The Music Hall seeks to set a national standard for ambitious programming, engagement with its audiences, and leadership within the community in which it resides providing a vital artistic resource for the people of Charleston and the region. The Music Hall seeks to build a better conversation and relationship between the artist and the audience and aspires to the highest levels of artistic achievement while also exploring new and exciting territories in artistic vision.