The 3 current Host/Producers of 'Morning Dew'' , Stu Robins Septoff, Don Grossinger and Bob O’Donnell have a combined 100 years of Radio experience. ‘The Dew Crew’ have expanded the scope of their Free-Form Radio fare to include Rock, Jazz, Bluegrass, Newgrass, Prog, Reggae and whatever is GOOD! They have conducted Interviews with suc
The 3 current Host/Producers of 'Morning Dew'' , Stu Robins Septoff, Don Grossinger and Bob O’Donnell have a combined 100 years of Radio experience. ‘The Dew Crew’ have expanded the scope of their Free-Form Radio fare to include Rock, Jazz, Bluegrass, Newgrass, Prog, Reggae and whatever is GOOD! They have conducted Interviews with such luminaries as Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, Paul Kantner, Roger McGuinn, Todd Rundgren, Richie Furay, Rosanne Cash, Ian Hunter, Dave Mason, Edie Brickell and even multiple members of Frank Zappa’s ‘Mothers Of Invention’. Up and coming bands and artists are featured, as well as established Touring Artists, Rock Photographers, Sound Engineers and Authors, all of whom are also featured on ‘Morning Dew’ in their Interview segments. Co-Producer Don Grossinger states: “There is no program that rivals the scope and depth of Morning Dew”
Co-Producer Stu Robins Septoff explained The Dew Crew’s approach: “We like to go places where other stations dare not to go. You know, music from the other side of the fence!” Co-Producer Bob O’Donnell stated “We are excited to be coming to work at WFDU’s state-of the art facilities, and we’re pleased to be serving the broad Tri-State Area with the best in “Live Music Radio” on WFDU Radio.
‘Morning Dew’ will Air on 89.1 FM each Saturday at 10:00 PM - 1:00 AM (EST), also streaming live at http://wfdu.fm , and on the free WFDU App, TuneIn Radio App, iHeart Radio or Alexa.
Saturday Night 10:00 PM - 1:00 AM (EDT)
The Tri-State Area's longest-running live music and performance program - Not just the Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers, and all the post-Dead Configurations and Jambands, but so much more...Founded about 30 years ago by WBAI-FM DJ'
Saturday Night 10:00 PM - 1:00 AM (EDT)
The Tri-State Area's longest-running live music and performance program - Not just the Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers, and all the post-Dead Configurations and Jambands, but so much more...Founded about 30 years ago by WBAI-FM DJ's David Nolan (RIP), and Lance Neal, the show used to alternate as "Dead Air" and "Morning Dew" on a weekly basis. Over the years, the Morning Dew moniker took hold as the permanent Program name, and the Show has evolved way beyond it's Roots as a Grateful Dead Tape "Trading" Forum, into a Program that features all kinds of Music, Interviews, and Live Performances from genres as varied as Rock, Jazz, Blues, Bluegrass, Newgrass, Cajun, Jambands, Americana, Classic Rock Rarities, even Poetry and Photography are vital contributors to the Tapestry that is weaved by the current Host/Producers Don Grossinger, Stu Robins, Septoff, and Bob "DJ Easy Wind" O'Donnell.
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~ If you miss the Live Broadcast, just go to our Streaming Archive to listen at a time of your convenience: http://wfdu.streamrewind.com/
- Just scroll down to “Morning Dew” for the date you wish to hear (Archives remain posted for 2 weeks after Live Broadcast).
For those who missed WFDU's 'Morning Dew' , here is the 24/7 Archive podcast player.
The Morning Dew Crew is pleased and excited to present Hosts Don Grossinger and Bob O’Donnell, who had the pleasure of speaking at length to Bluegrass/Newgrass Legend Peter Rowan. Peter was so generous with his time that we can now present to you our In-Depth conversations about Peter's storied musical history, dating back to the 1960s! Of course, we will sample music from his unique and innovative career!
And here is our Interview with Maria Muldaur:
Recent Live Performances / Interviews:
Rare Interviews with / Tribute to Robert Hunter:
Guitar Master Stephane Wrembel:
Interview with Bluegrass Legend Del McCoury:
Interview with Singer/Songwriter Amy Helm:
Jim Weider of 'The Weight Band' / 'The Band':
Files coming soon.
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