Playlist Edition #581
Terrie Odabi and Anthony Paule perform live at the 2022 Blues Music Awards on Edition 581 of Blues Radio International, with music from T Bone Walker, Walter Wolfman Washington, the Altered 5 Blues Band, and Marc Broussard with Joe Bonamassa:
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Worldwide Shortwave Transmission Schedule Monday 0200 GMT/Sunday 9:00pm ET 9955 kHz, Friday 0230 GMT/Thursday 9:30pm ET 9955 kHz via WRMI, Radio Miami International
Blues Radio International Brings Live Blues To The World— including the half of humanity beyond the reach of the internet. For most of them, BRI is the only source of Blues music.
Shortwave radio listeners in 184 countries listen to Blues Radio International. We broadcast from high powered transmitters in Florida, and use the ionosphere at the edge of space as a mirror. This brings us to listeners far beyond the range of AM or FM, or even satellite, radio stations. For many, listening to Blues Radio International is their first introduction to Blues music.
We have shortwave listeners in large cites, in rural areas, and where there is no other source of radio— in deserts, or on the high seas. Many of our listeners are found in refugee camps, war zones, or countries which restrict internet access.
It doesn't matter whether someone has an high speed internet connection, a smartphone, or simply an inexpensive radio. The entire world can experience the healing power of live Blues music on Blues Radio International.
WRMI Radio Miami International - CBS4's Hank Tester highlights the work being done by WRMI, one of the largest shortwave radio operations in the world. Providing News to Ukraine via powerful shortwave antennae. This is how Blues Radio International transmits its weekly blues music program to the world.
WRMI shortwave station in Okeechobee, FL. the location of BRIs 1.4 megawatt transmitter site.