New Mobile App Coming Soon!

February 18, 2017 Handcrafted Radio 0

Our friends at St. Louis Classic Rock are putting the finishing touches on a new mobile app that will work with Handcrafted Radio as well as the other four St. Louis Classic Rock streaming radio stations.  Details coming soon!

Meanwhile, remember that Handcrafted Radio is available via the TuneIn Radio app for both IOS and Android.

New Music Playing On Handcrafted Radio

July 23, 2016 Handcrafted Radio 0

Here’s some of the newer music you’re currently hearing on the stream:

JoeBonamassa
“Drive” by Joe Bonamassa, from his latest album Blues of Desperation

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“Wristband” by Paul Simon, from the album Stranger to Stranger

RedHotChili
“Dark Necessities” by Red Hot Chili Peppers, from The Getaway

BonnieRaitt
“Need You Tonight” by Bonnie Raitt, from Dig In Deep

GrahamNash
“Another Broken Heart” by Graham Nashm from his album This Path Tonight

CheapTrick
“No Direction Home” by Cheap Trick, from Bang, Zoom, Crazy…Hello

EricClapton
“Can’t Let You Do It” by Eric Clapton, from I Still Do

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“Hungry No More” and “Trailer” by Mudcrutch, from Mudcrutch 2

New Mudcrutch Video

July 18, 2016 Handcrafted Radio 0

A bit of a sad video,  directed by Sean Penn and featuring Anthony Hopkins.  Track appears on the latest Petty/Mudcrutch album “Mudcrutch 2” and you can hear it on Handcrafted Radio.


Goodbye Windows Media Guide

May 26, 2016 Handcrafted Radio 4

We’ve been wondering for some time now why the folks at Windows Media Guide have been slow to respond to update our station listing, changing from Okemos Brewing Radio to Handcrafted Radio.  Well the answer appeared today.  Microsoft announced that it is shutting down the Windows Media Guide Internet Radio Directory, effective June 30, 2016.  We gained quite a few listeners from the guide over the years and we’re going to be sad to see it go away.

Welcome!

April 23, 2016 Handcrafted Radio 0

TurntableOn May 1, 2016, Okemos Brewing Radio became Handcrafted Radio! We’re back playing the same great music you’ve heard all along, but we’re going back to the non-commercial, listener-powered model.

Thanks to all at St. Louis Classic Rock for allowing us to integrate our station into their organization. If you visit the St. Louis Classic Rock website, you’ll find six other radio stations to enjoy.