Dirty Laundry with Flow J

Thursdays 8pm – 10pm

Modeled on the classic late-night FM DJs of the 70s and 80s, Dirty Laundry with Flow J features deep cuts of “groove music,” combined with special segments like the Question of the Week, Give The Drummer Some, and News of the Weird. It all adds up to a sudsy two-hour journey of fun and discovery. Throw in a load of dirty laundry, turn on KOWS radio, join in the conversation, or just soak up the vibes as Flow-J sanitizes your soul. Check out the official Dirty Laundry Facebook Page!

Past shows (listen in the player below):

  • 7/11/24: Have You Ever Just Left it All Behind? / Interview: Pietro Straccia
  • 7/4/24: What Do you Love About the USA? / Drummer Levon Helm
  • 6/27/24: Encore of Show #8: In-Studio Guest: Harry “Tsvi” Strauch (Haight-Ashbury legend)
  • 6/20/24: Encore of Show #3: How Do You Experience Flow? / Drummers of James Brown pt 1
  • 6/13/24 Sick Drum Tunes
  • 6/6/24 Drummer Shelly Manne
  • 5/30/24 Drummer Mongo Santamaria
  • 5/23/24 How Do You Manage Stress? / Drummer Ringo Starr
  • 5/16/24 How Do You Want To Die? / The Darwin Awards
  • 5/9/24 Soul Night / Tribute to Diamond D
  • 5/2/24 What Is Intelligence? / Drummer Gene Chrisman
  • 4/25/24  News of the Weird / Drummer Neil Peart
  • 4/18/24  In-Studio Guest: Harry “Tsvi” Strauch (Haight-Ashbury legend)
  • 4/4/24  What is God? / Drummer Elvin Jones
  • 3/21/24 What is the Fate of Humanity?/Drummer Steve Gadd
  • 3/07/24 All Request Night
  • 2/29/24  How do You Stay Positive? / Drummers of James Brown pt 2
  • 2/15/24 How Do You Experience Flow? / Drummers of James Brown pt 1
  • 2/01/24  What does it Mean to Be Human? / Drummer Art Blakey
  • 1/18/24 What is the Meaning of Life? / Drummer John Bonham

 

Meet The Host

Host Name: Flow J
Host Contact: flowjradio@gmail.com
 
Host Info: Dirty Laundry is brought to you by your on-air host Justin Berthiaume (aka FLOW-J). Flow-J originally hails from central Massachusetts, where he grew up listening to the wild morning shows and late-night album cuts on WAAF 107.3 in Worcester and WZLX 100.7 in Boston. After spending many years as a musician and bandleader in Boston and more years teaching high school in San Francisco, Flow-J now resides within the redwood forest of Freestone.