Start your morning off right with the NEW! Mushroom Morning Munch!

It's a new day, a new show, and yes, even a new Fun Guy! Come join me, Jeff Molzow for the new Mushroom Morning Munch every weekday morning beginning tomorrow morning at 9:00 Eastern. Presented to you hot and fresh each day, the morning munch is an upbeat combination of magical mushroom memories from the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's with just a little country flavoring thrown in for good measure. We'll have trivia, history, lots of musical notes, and of course interaction with you the listener.

Variety is the spice of life and that's what you get today on Mushroom FM

Sunday is a great day for listening to Mushroom FM and I'm proud to be part of the line-up twice, first at noon following Story Untold on Sunday For Tea when I'll be sitting in for Darren. I get to play songs from the 70s and 80s that I don't normally get to play on my own show, The Early Years, which follows The Mosen Explosion tonight at 6 PM.
So a double dose of "Stevie" before and after The Mosen Explosion. By the time it's over, you'll be glad to hear Sara and Come By The Hills.

The Mosen Explosion, the show that prematurely ages Bonnie

On the 21st of August, 19…well it’s more than my life’s worth to get more specific than that, Bonnie Mosen, who wasn’t called that then of course, was born. And thank goodness she was! That’s what I say!

Well the thing is, she was born in the United States, and now she lives here in New Zealand. Although Mushroom FM chooses US Eastern time as its official time zone, meaning that the Mosen Explosion for this week goes to air on the 20th, it’s the 21st here. And that means that, technically speaking, we’ve prematurely aged Bonnie by a day. The very thought of it!

August 19 on SnowWhiteFM

Sam Britton joins me tonight, and their promises to be lots of lively conversation, punctuated by great music. No doubt, we will be discussing Charlottesville, and other recent protests, and you'll hear new, and thought provoking information that you will not hear via the main stream media. As usual, there is more to it than meets the eye. Come and ponder these issues with us, during the first hour of SnowWhiteFM, tonight, Saturday august 19, starting at 8PM Eastern.

Elvis’ R&B Influences this week on The Juke In The Back

The Juke In The Back” focuses on the “soul that came before rock n’ roll,” the records that inspired Elvis, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and countless others.

What's Coming Up on Only the 80s This Week?

Hello Listeners

Thanks so much to Jonathan Mosen for taking over last week, I had major computer problems but I am pleased to tell you that I am back and you can join me on Saturday at 4 pm eastern, 9 pm in the UK only on,

All the usual features will be here for you to enjoy and these include:

We're Celebrating this week on Come by the Hills!

It's hard to believe that it was one year ago this coming Monday, August 21, that Mushroom FM took a chance on me and my passion for Celtic music and let me start producing this weekly dose of fun and frolic that I call Come by the Hills, the Celtic Music Show! I can't thank Jonathan and the other Fun Guys enough for welcoming me and encouraging me along the way. Also, the show wouldn't be the same without you and all the other listeners who tune in every week and give me suggestions for what to play and who keep me honest. Thanks for a great year and here's to many more!

It's an open forum, on A Cuppa at the Mosen

Bonnie is away at a conference this week, so it's Jonathan flying solo on Mushroom FM’s global call-in show, A Cuppa at the Mosens.

The Zoom room and phone lines will be wide open for us to chat about anything, be it a weighty political matter or something lighter.

Send your requests and memories for the conclusion of Elvis day

For over half a century, millions of people have smooched to “Can’t Help Falling in Love”. They’ve cried to “Are you Lonesome Tonight”. They’ve danced to “Jailhouse Rock”, and they’ve tried to sing “It’s Now or never” in the shower.

Elvis was such a gifted vocalist, recording timeless songs in so many styles, that is music as still as much loved as ever.

I'm taking you for a ride on The Early Years Wednesday morning

On Aug. 16, 1977, Elvis Presley, the king of rock and roll, died at the young age of 42.
Tomorrow (Wednesday) is Elvis Day on Mushroom FM. 24 hours of Elvis memories. For complete details, visit:


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