Bluegrass Country’s programs are available on a high-quality webstream, and can be heard on just about any device that’s capable of connecting to the internet.
On a computer or tablet
Click the LISTEN button on this website’s navigation menu to launch the high quality streaming Live Radio Player, which will appear in a separate window. The player displays song information, plus some useful add-ons such as links to our Facebook page, YouTube videos or Twitter feeds. Click the menu icon at the bottom left for more options, including information on recently played songs, links to local traffic and weather, and a QR code you can scan to load the player to your mobile device. NOTE: The live radio player doesn’t close automatically when you close the web site or browser.
On a phone or mobile device
You can listen to the Bluegrass Country webstream using a free app for the iPhone or Android phone. Look for the app at the App Store or Google Play. If you prefer, you can use your device’s browser to access bluegrasscountry.org, or use the internet radio repeater app TuneIn. (Note: Bluegrass Country may not be available on TuneIn in the UK, as the service has removed many international stations from its service due to a copyright dispute.)
On your Amazon or Google smart speaker
If you have an Amazon speaker, you can listen to Bluegrass Country by saying “Alexa, Bluegrass Country” or “Alexa, Bluegrass Country Radio.” If these don’t work the first time, you may have to enable these Alexa “skills” by saying “Alexa, enable Bluegrass Country” or “Alexa, enable Bluegrass Country Radio.” You can also enable these skills on Amazon’s Alexa Skills web page here or here.
On Google Home, the magic words are “OK Google, Play Bluegrass Country.” Don’t say “radio” to Google, or you could wind up on the Pandora bluegrass channel.
ROKU TVs and players can access Bluegrass Country through the TuneIn app, available on the Channel Store.
NEW – On a Sonos wireless speaker
Look for WAMU-HD2 Bluegrass Country using the Search function on the Sonos Radio web site.
On an internet radio
Internet radios are desktop or component devices that can play streaming audio from the web. If you can’t find Bluegrass Country on your internet radio, you can directly enter the stream address: http://ice24.securenetsystems.net/WAMU. If you are unable to enter a stream address, contact the radio manufacturer to find out how to update the device, or contact us at support.bluegrasscountry.org and we will do our best to help you.