Something About the Women - Weekly Radio Featuring Women Artists

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Something About the Women is a weekly women's music radio program featuring music by women artists across a variety of musical genres. We're dedicated to playing music by women who don't get a lot of exposure on commercial radio. Broadcasting from Tufts University on WMFO 91.5 FM in Medford, MA, the show airs Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Eastern time. During the broadcast, you can listen online from the WMFO web site.

Collectively run since 1973, Something About the Women may just be the longest running women's radio show in the United States... maybe even the world!

Suzanne Vega

Suzanne Vega Live Interview

In advance of her show at the Blue Ocean Music Hall in Salisbury, MA on Sunday, February 27, Suzanne Vega called in to talk with host Sue Edelman about her latest releases, her multi-decade career and her latest foray into theater. Hear Sue's full interview with Suzanne Vega, a legend of contemporary folk music.


Paula Poundstone

Paula Poundstone Interview - Hear It Here!

Paula Poundstone is performed at the Blue Ocean Music Hall in Salisbury, MA on November 6. Hear Sue Edelman's full interview with this hilarious comedian and panelist on NPR's "Wait Wait Don't Tell Me." Click here to listen now!


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Sarah Blacker Interview on SATW

Emerging artist Sarah Blacker was our special guest on Saturday, March 13 for an interview with DJ Sue Edelman. Sue featured tracks from Sarah's album "The Only Way Out is Through" and discussed Sarah's upcoming gigs.

Learn more about this amazing singer-songwriter at her web site at


Jill Sobule Rocks Out with SATW DJs!

Jill Sobule joined by SATW  DJs Sue and  JaneOn September 20, 2007, Jill Sobule played an acoustic show at The Lizard Lounge in Cambridge, MA. Something About the Women DJs Jane and Sue were in attendance, in the front row, to be exact! The club is tiny and the ambience very intimate, and Jill wasted no time getting cozy with the crowd. Toward the end of the show, she invited fans to help her sing her song "Bitter," so Jane and Sue took the stage. Photographic evidence is on the right! (Thats' Sue on the far left, with Jane next to her.) Be sure to check out Jill Sobule's web site at for more about this great artist, including free downloads!

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2005 Sue Edelman