Harford Community College Radio, 91.1 WHFC-FM, Bel Air’s public radio station, will begin airing the classic jazz and pop radio program “Simply Timeless” on Monday nights from 9 PM until midnight, beginning May 7.
“Simply Timeless” is a weekly radio broadcast featuring the best in classic jazz and pop. The show is hosted by pianist and vocalist Jay Daniels. Featured artists include Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Beegie Adair, Harry Connick, Jr., and others.
Just over one year ago, Daniels was given the opportunity to bring his unique blend of classic jazz and pop to the radio for the first time when the first three-hour broadcast of “Simply Timeless” aired in Greencastle, PA on WRGG. Several months later, the show added two affiliates – WXZY-LP 101.7 in Kane, Pennsylvania, and the former WJZF-LP 97.1 in Standish, Maine. The audience has continued to grow over the past year as many new affiliates were added including WCSK 90.3 in Kingsport, Tennessee; WEZU-LP 95.9 in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina; WHFC 91.1 in Bel Air, Maryland; and three jazz internet radio streams – Metromedia Radio, Pure Jazz Radio, and The Jazz UK. “Simply Timeless” is also pleased to announce that the program will be heard in Perth, Australia, beginning on May 6, as 87.8 Magic FM joins the growing family of radio affiliates.
WHFC-FM broadcasts commercial-free, local and national music and talk programs from the campus of Harford Community College in Bel Air. WHFC broadcasts to all of Harford County, plus portions of Baltimore, Cecil, York, Lancaster, Chester, Kent and Queen Anne’s counties. The complete program schedule is available in the Programming link in the main menu.
The 50th Anniversary of the Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. taped on April 14, 2018 at HCC's Chesapeake Theater.
Benny Russell, local composer and adjunct music instructor, recently presented his original composition, Man of Peace Concert of Remembrance, in recognition of the 50th Anniversary of the Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. in the Chesapeake Theater.
The performance featured the Nova Ensemble (9-piece chamber group), the New Covenant UCC Ensemble featuring Leslie Casey-Blake on vocals, the Heritage Praise and Worship Choir under the direction of Jessica Nelson, and students of Harford Community College. WHFC's own Terry Trouyet was the Master of Ceremonies.