Hye Oozh is 90.7 KFSR’s weekly program dedicated to contemporary and traditional Armenian music and culture. The program began in 1991, and is now hosted by Vartush Mesropyan and Marine Vardanyan. Tune in every Saturday from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Pacific Time for Hye Oozh!
Read more about Hye Oozh online here.
Email Hye Oozh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hye Oozh hosts:
Hello everyone, my name is Vartush Mesropyan! I was born on December 9, 1990 in Yerevan, Armenia. In the year of 1992 my family and I came to the United States. After living in Los Angeles for about eight years in the year 2000 we moved to Fresno, California. As I was growing up in a traditional family I have always been taught to be proud of my culture and believe that there was more to the word Armenian; strength, power, and growth.
Hey! I’m Marine Vardanyan, and I am one of the Hye Oozh DJs! I was born on March 30, 1993 in Yerevan, Armenia and I came to America when I was 6 years old. It was difficult for me and my family to adjust to the new life in America, but having Hye Oozh in Fresno really helped. I am truly thankful to Hye Oozh for being there and giving us a little piece of Armenia in this foreign land. I have lived in Fresno ever since we moved here and I have grown to love it! Although most of my family is still in Armenia, my life here in America is wonderful with my parents, grandparents, and older brother.
The National Big Fresno Barn Dance
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Saturday Playhouse with Don Fischer
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The Bluegrass Review
Sundays at 1:00 PM
From bluegrass classics to the current wave, The Bluegrass Review is public radio’s authoritative home for bluegrass. This nationally syndicated program airs on over 60 stations across the country, and you’ll find it on 90.7 KFSR Sunday nights at 7:00 PM. Host Phil Nussbaum brings a different perspective to the music, with his unique theme programs and segments, features on Bluegrass history and in-depth interviews. It’s a fast paced, hour long trip through the world of Bluegrass to cap off your weekend. You can find out more information about Bluegrass Review online at www.bluegrassreview.com. Producer and host Phil Nussbaum brings a wealth of expertise to the program. He holds a Ph.D. in Folklore from Indiana University, teaches aspiring players and radio producers at McNally Smith College of Music in St. Paul, Minnesota, and has hosted bluegrass program on public radio stations nationwide for many years.
Saturday at 9:00 PM- Midnight
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The Local Show
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