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WFMC Jams was on location for the second 2019 Fire on the Water Festival!

Fire on the water is a one-day music festival on the Cumberland River that celebrates Gallatin’s spirit with music, entertainment, and a unique food and beverage experience unlike any other gathering north of Nashville.

The event is organized by some heavy hitters in town including the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce, City of Gallatin, Sumner County Tourism and local festival organizers who know both the talent and production side of the business. The social media response has been tremendous, and our website is already getting visits from all over the nation.
The Daybreaks

Delta Rae
The Roosevelts


WFMC Jams was on location for the third Nashville Rock N Pod Expo!

ROCKNPOD is an annual convention for Rock/Metal fans, podcasters, musicians, vendors, and industry members. 

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Drew Fortier

Andre Labelle
Gary Corbett
Ricky Dover Jr.
Rick Ruhl
 Jeremy Barbour
 Roxy Blue
Lipstick Generation
Thee Rock n' Roll Residency
Steve Barnett
Land Divided
Eerie Von


BOA totally rocked out the Port Stage for a great day three at the 2019 Forecastle Festival!   The three-piece groove psychedelic rock band hails from Louisville, KY with members Shane Spader, Logan Hopkins, and Gaven Hopkins.  WFMC Jams had a chance to interview the band before they went on stage this evening:


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WFMC Jams was on location for the 10th Annual Live on the Green Music Festival at the Public Square Park in Nashville, TN.  The festival, which is hosted by Lightning 100, featured a variety of music from both local acts as well as national artists each Thursday throughout the month of August.  The festival concluded with a 3 day Labor Day celebration from August 30-September 1st.


Mt. Joy
 Paul McDonald
 Republican Hair
 Roscoe and Etta
 The Foxies
 *repeat repeat


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  • WFMC Jams is an online internet radio station committed to bringing you original music as well as your favorite classics from a variety of local artists in the area. The station was founded on June 24, 2012 right after the Third Annual Fam Jam music festival in Manchester, TN. The idea came up as a way to continue to give back to the local and regional songwriters and performers in the area year round by promoting their music.

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111/113 South Spring St.
Manchester, TN 37355