Sound Waves

Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Since January of 2006, radio listeners on the Space Coast have been enjoying Todd Kennedy’s great music selection on Sound Waves. The show carries a lively mix of contemporary music, independent labels and rock classics. Sound Waves is also one of the few programs on the Space Coast that features live, in-studio sessions and interviews with local and national bands.

Enjoy Sound Waves, your source for new and independent music, online or on your dial at 89.5FM, Melbourne, FL.

Summertime, warm water, sandy beaches and little waves. On Wednesday, July 18 at noon we’ll bring the sound of the beach to our studios for a live acoustic music session with Jessica Lynn Williams. Jessica will bring her sunny songs to our studios and we’ll chat about her new CD Made Of Water.

We recently welcomed The Drowning Men to the Sound Waves studio. The Drowning Men play powerful folk flavored indie rock, bursting with creative melodies and lyrics. Enjoy this rare acoustic set with The Drowning Men.

Tune in to Sound Waves today for a chance to win a pair of VIP tickets to see Soul Asylum at the Space Coast Super Boat VIP Party Saturday, May 19th 5:00 p.m. at The Cove in Port Canaveral.

More info on this event here.

Sea Park is a local band which features veteran musician Rick LaClaire. They started jamming together in Melbourne Beach in 1995 playing mostly patio parties and benefits. Sea Park has recorded several EPs and singles and has been featured in several East Coast surfing movies. This Friday on Sound Waves, at noon, we’ll hear some fun tunes with Rich LaClaire of Sea Park. 

Join WFIT for a conversation with the band Fell on Deaf Ears. Fell on Deaf Ears is a return to the beginnings of alternative rock with modern flavors brought together by UK record producer and guitarist Diamond Duggal.

The band is getting set to release their debut album and begin a tour across the country. Fell on Deaf Ears recently appeared in concert at Downtown Melbourne’s St Patrick Day festival, 2012.

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