Why don’t you offer “audio on demand” so I can listen to programs at a time convenient to me?2019-07-10T18:29:53-04:00

There are legal restrictions on which Internet streams may be delivered on-demand, and Bluegrass Country does not have the rights for on-demand music streams. We do provide an archive of past Bluegrass Country broadcasts, in 6-hour programming segments.  Check it out.

Why do you repeat programs?2018-07-23T23:08:13-04:00

Bluegrass Country currently uses a combination of live radio, programs created specifically for the station, programs created by independent producers, and syndicated programs from across the country and around the world. We repeat programs in order to fill a 24-hour 7-day a week service schedule, and give you a chance to hear programs you may have missed the first time.

What is Bluegrass Country? Are you public, commercial, part of American University or something else?2018-07-23T23:10:37-04:00

Bluegrass Country is owned and operated by the nonprofit Bluegrass Country Foundation. We provide music programming 24 hours a day, riding on  American University’s WAMU-FM broadcast license, but we receive no direct financial support from American University.  We are supported by donations from BluegrassCountry.org listeners,  corporate sponsors and special fundraising events.  Our content and selection of music is determined solely by the Bluegrass Country hosts and production staff.

Why did my existing Internet stream stop working?2019-07-10T18:33:17-04:00

You should be able to access the webstream from your computer by clicking LISTEN on the right side of the menu bar.  On a mobile device, LISTEN is on the menu.  A new window will appear.  If you’re having any problem, be sure to confirm the link on your computer, internet radio, tablet, etc. The correct link is:

If you still experience any difficulty, please send an email to support@bluegrasscountry.org

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