Radio For The People!
KTUH is a non-commercial, student-run, listener-supported station in Honolulu, Hawaii. It was Hawaii's first non-commercial FM station, and signed on the air July 7, 1969. Programming originates from the studios located on the campus of the Univer
- Every week on Thu at 9:00 AM
With Steve Stoddard
"Somethin' Blue" is a weekly radio program on KTUH FM Honolulu 90.1 FM (ktuh.org) hosted by Steve Stoddard, featuring an eclectic mix of new releases, old favorites and some slightly more obscure music that will hopefully become some new favorites. Steve has a library of music that includes more than 17,800 CDs of blues, rock, soul, jazz, country, folk, etc. Although not a musician himself, he has vast reservoirs of (trivial :-) information about the music and musicians who populate his collection. "The Stoddard's Hale" web-site was created in 1999 in order to share some of that bounty and Steve has hosted the site ever since. "The Stoddard's Hale" is viewed globally and updated daily. "Somethin' Blue" Playlists can also be found on "The Stoddard's Hale". Tune in to "Somethin' Blue" each Thursday from 9:00 AM - 12:00 Noon on KTUH FM Hononlulu 90.1 for another interesting musical journey! I am attempting to serve the under-represented blues community in Honolulu and worldwide. "Somethin' Blue" listed (on "Page 86") in the 2018 Blues Festival Guide distributed for free at every Blues Festival and Cruise in the US and Canada every summer. We're also listed on their regular web-site, check under Internet Radio ;-)