Bytes ‘N Pieces

Tune in: Monday from 10-11 PM on 95.7 FM and and Tuesday 8-9 PM on
Bytes ‘N Pieces focuses on intelligent electronica and poetry, creating a soulful, vibrant and muse awaking hour of radio. Bytes ‘N Pieces features local and national music and poets and seeks to create a voice for local poetry. If you are a local poet, not a local poet, local or not a local musician or group please contact me via my email address below. I am interested in featuring live or recorded material that is fit for the public airwaves (keep it clean, kids).

Cool Chick Radio hosted by Nikki Suede

Tune in: Sundays from 6-7 PM on 95.7 FM and and Tuesdays from 6-7 PM on

“Cool Chick Radio Hosted by Nikki Suede” is a music show featuring mostly R&B and Neo-Soul music by commercial artists as well as regional, local and indie artists. This show is different from those featured on commercial radio in that it focuses heavily on songs and artists that do not get much airtime on commercial radio stations. The smooth sounds of Nikki Suede’s selection will leave you wanting more.

Host Nikki Suede is the alter ego of a certain “young professional” in Cincinnati. By day she works in Corporate America and as a budding entrepreneur. Her background is in business with a BS from Florida A&M University and a MBA from Xavier University, however she has been surrounded by radio her entire life. She has followed in the footsteps of her father, a radio personality of a different era (Joe Suede) and brings her love and passion for music to the airwaves.

Queen City Awesome

Tune in: Wednesdays from 12-1 PM on 95.7 FM and

Queen City Awesome with hosts Pat and Jeff is an hour of local awesomeness, including music from local bands and touring bands who will be in town, previews of upcoming events, the occasional interview with someone awesome, and generally everything you need to know to live awesomely in the ‘Nati.

Note to local bands and awesome people: Want your music on our show? Want to talk on our show? Send us an email at [email protected] and maybe we can make that happen.