Here we will be posting music for download/streaming and videos to watch. For instance, CHSR is the Media Sponsor for the 3rd Annual NEW BRUNSWICK MUSICIANS EMERGE Festival! Check out this awesome playlist Michael Taggart made for it!
It’s time for a new look for summer — why not make it a CHSR look?
The new 2013 CHSR T-shirts are in!
We’re rearranging our schedule to give you more great music all at once every weekday morning!
Shake N Bake 3: The Belle Comedians! Redwood Fields! The Lee Harvey Oswalds! November 2, 10pm, $8 at the door! See you there!
Welcome all new and prospective members! The next T1 training session will be held on October 25 at 5:00pm until 7:00pm in Room 103 in the Student Union Building (SUB). That’s a conference room on the second level.
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Hello new members! There will be a T1 Training session on Wednesday, September 26 from 3pm to about 5pm. It will be located in Room 103, a conference room by the Atrium in the Student Union Building. T1 training will tell you about how the station works, how you can get involved, and the main
September is a busy time, you’re settling in to a new year of classes, meeting new friends and connecting with old friends. You’re working out your social schedule, and trying to figure out what you’re going to do with your spare time.
Why not consider CHSR?
Shearing Pinx (Facebook) Random Cuts (Bandcamp) Winter Coats (Facebook) The Lee Harvey Oswalds (Facebook) May 30, 8pm (doors open by 7pm) Gallery Connexion (440 York Street) (Facebook) All ages welcome Wet/Dry (alcohol available for those of age) About the bands: Shearing Pinx are a noise/garage/punk band from Vancouver making their way across Canada to play Obey
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Most people mark the arrival of summer by the change of the weather; I tend to mark them by the change in our schedule.. 🙂 Yes, it’s time for the summer schedule, so some shows are heading out, some are brand new. Here’s the run-down:
Have you ever had a STRANGE ENCOUNTER? The WEIRD Show and P.R.O.F. (Paranormal Researchers Of Fredericton) present: STRANGE ENCOUNTERS! March 30, 8pm until 11pm! A three-hour tour through the paranormal, UFOs and cryptozoology! Join us as we discuss demons, ghosts, ufos, bigfoot, Nessie and more! With special guests, including: Stanton Friedman, Nathan Schoonover,
CHSR Presents: HOBO WITH A SHOTGUN! The grindhouse sensation is coming back to Fredericton! BUT wait — there’s MORE! Q&A with Director JASON EISNER! Door Prizes! Short Film: EARWIGS DJ STV spins you into the grind! More, more, MORE! Tuesday, March 27 — 9pm $5 for students! $7 for general admission !
The staff and volunteers at CHSR-FM 97.9 endeavour to bring a unique voice and service to the community — and have been doing this for over fifty years! We continue to grow, and have great plans t0 grow over the next year, including: a new transmitter, more sessions, more remote broadcasts, more, more, more! If
It’s time once again for the Barry Awards! Here’s your chance to shout out “I LOVE THIS STUFF!” Voting opens February 16 and runs until February 23. See the Barry Awards page for more details on how to vote for your favourites! UPDATE: The awards have now been presented. See The Barry Awards page for
After the great debut of our two newest sportscasters last Saturday, CHSR-FM will return to the Aitken Centre again this weekend to bring hockey fans around the world live coverage! UNB will be playing against Acadia on Friday night and Dalhousie on Saturday. On Friday and Saturday, tune in to 97.9 FM in the Greater
Another term has begun, and that brings with it some changes to the schedule. The new jazz and blues show Beyond the Blues began last week. It runs every Tuesday morning from 10am until 11am. Join host Peter Hansen for an enlightening look at the blues industry, the inspiration and the musical form. Interested in research? Curious
We’ll be broadcasting the hockey game from Halifax tonight! Big thanks to Dave Kilfoil and Jonathan Pickett for the road game! Pretty soon, we’ll be back in the swing of things for regular UNB V-Reds coverage again! If you are interested in helping out, send an email to sports [at] chsrfm [dot] ca .
CHSR is proud to announce the return of newscasts! Tune in at 8am, noon and 5pm each weekday to hear a news update. Our news team is gearing up to bring you updates from across the three campuses, around our community, throughout the province and across the world! Interested in getting involved? We could use
CHSR is proud to continue the tradition of coverage of the UNB V-Reds Men’s Hockey again this year! We’ve had to scale back a bit due to the loss to a move of our long-term, legendary play-by-play announcer, Dave Ritchie, but we’re bringing up a new wave of sports callers! Right now, we plan to cover
Last night, CHSR rocked the house with Hungry Hearts, Tupperware Remix Party, Grand Theft Bus, and Scientists of Sound, with Mizz Maxxine spinning between sets. All of these artists made this a SPECTACULAR show, and I hope you all had a great time! Also at the concert, off to one side of the stage, painter Sharon produced
October’s schedule is finally up! Changes this month include a few new shows, the return of an old favourite, the shifting of shows to meet hosts’ schedules, and the new overnight schedule! New Shows, Returning Shows New member Dominic has now started the new jazz show Decadent Jazz. Catch it fresh every Saturday morning at 11am!
The Party Concert returns! Last year, CHSR-FM 97.9 hosted one of the best concerts of the year, and we’re doing it again! Join us on October 13, 2011 at the SUB Cafeteria for Shake ‘n’ Bake II. This year’s lineup includes: Grand Theft Bus Scientists of Sound Tupperware Remix Party Hungry Hearts and between sets:
Do you have a voice? A message? Love music? Love interviewing bands? Want to cover sports? Read the news? Why not get involved in your local campus and community radio station! CHSR-FM 97.9 is your alternative radio station, broadcasting 24/7, and is run almost entirely by volunteers. On Thursday, September 15, drop by the station