Justin The J-Bird

Show Hours: 
"Music that Matters"

Justin R The J-Bird: Join me, Justin the J-Bird, as I deliver new and old tunes to you every Thursday from 1-3pm. Songs in each show are thematically linked to give the listener a new perspective on the hidden relationships in popular music.

Justin The J-Bird

J-Bird Comes Alive: Every Thursday night from 10 to midnight, the J-Bird brings you the best that live music has to offer! Each week brings a different selection of artists and genres with the intention of giving listeners a feeling of being front row at these various performances.

J-Bird Comes Alive


Most Recent Playlist

Playlist Title:  J-Bird Stays Home
By DJ:  Justin The J-Bird
Play Date:   Feb 27, 2021
Local H “Another February” from Hallelujah! I'm a Bum
Sweeping Promises “Cross Me Out” from Hunger for a Way Out
The Kills “Run Home Slow” from Little Bastards
Drive-By Truckers “The KKK Took My Baby Away” from The New OK
Walter Lure & Ramones “Street Fighting Man” from Down to Kill
The Dictators “Baby Let's Twist” from Blood Brothers
Cracker “Everybody Gets One for Free” from Greenland
Sonic Youth “Rain On Tin” from Murray Street
Biting Tongues “Libreville” from Live It
48 Chairs “Relentless” from 70% Paranoid
Can “Tango Whiskyman” from Soundtracks (Remastered)
The Fall “I Am Damo Suzuki” from This Nation's Saving Grace
Jessica 6 “I'm Deranged” from We Were So Turned On: A Tribute to David Bowie
Psychic TV “Only Love Can Break Your Heart” from The Bridge: A Tribute To Neil Young
Pixies “I Can't Forget” from I'm Your Fan
4 Non Blondes “Bless the Beasts and Children” from If I Were a Carpenter
The Cranberries “Promises” from Bualadh Bos: The Cranberries Live
Throwing Muses “Dark Blue” from Sun Racket
Mark Lanegan Band “Death Trip To Tulsa” from Phantom Radio
PJ Harvey “A Perfect Day Elise” from Is This Desire?
Yves Tumor “Hasdallen Lights” from Heaven To a Tortured Mind
Gorillaz “Chalk Tablet Towers (feat. St Vincent)” from Song Machine, Season One: Strange Timez
JARV IS... “House Music All Night Long” from Beyond the Pale
IDLES “A Hymn” from Ultra Mono