FM Odyssey

Sundays, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Take the radio journey every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. with Fred Migliore on FM Odyssey. Week after week, since 1991, this syndicated, creatively-themed show has been feeding your soul with emerging artists, rock legends, and in depth interviews with over 500 musicians ranging from Crosby, Stills & Nash, Dan Fogelberg, to Laura Nyro, Jimmy Webb and Glen Campbell. FM Odyssey is heard on over 40 Public and NPR stations each week, and it all began right here on WFIT.

Sun. 1/10 on FM Odyssey - Marks the beginning of my 25th year doing this radio show, and I'll kick it off with an hour of songs about changes and new beginnings. (apropos for January!)
Plus vintage vinyl from Scott Boyer & Cowboy, Scott wrote "Please Be With Me " which ended up on Eric's 461 Ocean Blvd., a few years later and much more to sink your teeth into.

Join Fred Migliore & FM Odyssey for a special "Unconventional" holiday edition on Christmas morning, from 10 -1 PM. 

The show will cater to both families and those who are alone during the holidays.

DON'T MISS THIS - Sunday 10/11. My one hour, in-studio interview with Judy Collins, will air in the 12 noon hour. We'll talk about & play songs from her new CD, called "Strangers Again", featuring Jimmy Buffet, Willie Nelson, Michael McDonald, Don McLean & more. Plus new Don Henley, vintage vinyl, Graham Nash, John Lennon
Time: 10 - 1 PM EDT
Listen: fmodyssey.com & wfit.org & 89.5 in Melbourne, FL

On Sunday, March 8 at noontime, WFIT-FM welcomed award winning Australian virtuoso guitarist Tommy Emmanuel. Tommy is well known for his complex fingerstyle guitar technique. He has performed with a wide range of artists including Tina Turner, Chet Atkins, Eric Clapton, Les Paul and others.

On Sunday, March 8 at noontime, WFIT-FM welcomes award winning Australian virtuoso guitarist Tommy Emmanuel. Tommy is well known for his complex fingerstyle guitar technique. He has performed with a wide range of artists including Tina Turner, Chet Atkins, Eric Clapton, Les Paul and others.

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