Tuffer Than Tuff


Tuffer Than Tuff And That Ain’t No Bluff! You Know It’s Cause I Got The Musical Stuff!

Wake the Town and Tell the People! Reggae’s On The Wireless!

From the classics of long ago to fresh tracks from last week, no one brings you the wide variety of reggae like Dread of Night! Each week listeners around the world are discovering their International Sonic Field Marshal who’s so impartial I play the wide selection without objection! Since 1990 conscious music for a conscious audience coming from the Land Beyond the Shore, your Island of Heartbeat Riddim! It’s Roots ‘n’ Culture ‘n’ Dub ‘n’ Dancehall ‘n Ska ‘n’ Lovers Rock ‘n’ Rockers ‘n’ Dubstep!

It’s the Great Weekly Jump Up on my stretch of the the Beach and you’re always invited!

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Dread of the Night presents reggae on your wireless each Friday night from 10 until 4 e.s.t. over The Dreadnet via these links & online on flagship station WITT itself streaming via  community radio WITT-FM (91.9). In the United States this over-the-air signal originates from the ville of  Zion (where else?), but Dread has countless listeners around the world. Any of these 3 highlighted links should get you to the stream. If you click on the above link you’ll find yourself at WITT’s web site, then click their streaming button, you should be able to tune in to the weekly jump up. Should a link reach its’ streaming maximum audience, try one of the other supplemental streaming links below.

Here are two additional streaming links for the program:1) Go to the following link page and click the lightning bolt by WITT http://radio-locator.com/cgi-bin/locate?city=Zionsville&state=IN&dx=1&locid=147404&is_lic=Y&is_fx=Y&is_fb=Y&is_cp=Y&sort=freq

or 2) Try http://tunein.com/tuner/?StationId=106877&;

  Now turn up the bass and the volume! The signal will open  via iTunes.




Tuffer Than Tuff — 2 Comments

  1. Wa gwaan.

    I used to be an avid fan of Alan Deck’s ‘Dread of Night’ show in the late 1990s/early 2000s when it could be heard on Indy’s alternative rock station. But I left for the military, and lost track of all things here at home until I returned from 13 years overseas. Imagine my surprise when I was surfing through the dial and heard ska music – an unusual sound in these parts. I thought to myself, this music reminds me of that show I used to listen to on my late night cruises. And then Alan Deck’s voice filled my ears and I learned that ‘Dread of Night’ was still broadcasting reggae on the wireless! It made my return feel a little more like a true homecoming.


    Jah Bless.

    Lance Heinzelman

    • Welcome Home, Brother! The X went another direction & I doubled the length of the broadcast to make the move to Community Radio. If you head back overseas, we’re available each week online & have listeners worldwide. The GIs in Korea listen on late Saturday morning. Within a short while there will be shows archived on this site. Thanks for your service and, again, welcome home! AD