About

WHY NIGHTBEAT RADIO and what it’s all about:

Nightbeat Radio is an idea, which came to be reality in 2009 after years in the making. The show’s Executive Producer and Host is Guy Wehman and has had a long history in radio.

While attending high school, Guy was actively involved in the school orchestra, acapella choir and church youth group. Also, during these years, he was  influenced by listening to the program “Nightwatch” which was hosted by Bill Pearce of WMBI. Bill subsequently left WMBI and started his own program with the same format titled “Nightsounds”. Bill’s insightful, intellectual and sensitive look on issues and being an accomplished musician/trombonist, moved Guy to major in radio in college.  Bill Pearce passed away in 2010. While during the week of orientation at Moody Bible Institute, Guy realized that his strength was in the field of music and changed his major. While in Chicago in college, he was a member of the Film Club, American Guild of Organists, Oratorio Chorus, the Moody Chorale (one of four freshmen accepted) and the Concert Band.

Upon leaving Chicago, Guy attended college in Akron, Oh, and was a part-time staff announcer for radio station WCRF (a Moody O&O) for 10 years. Guy also was the staff pianist for The Chapel In University Park, under the mentoring of Music Director David Schroyer for 6 years until becoming music director following David’s resignation. Later Guy hosted a radio show called “Evensong” on station WHLO for The Furnace Street Mission and Victim’s Assistance of Akron, Ohio. Along with Guy was Dr. Bob Denton who helped create NOVA, the National Organization of Victim’s Assistance and Kathleen Edwards. The show was a weekday call-in show with various guests ranging on topics: Angels, Suicide, The Occult, Tragedy, Grief, Dealing With Holidays and Peace as well as dealing with caller’s issues that would arise during the show. Guy has had his own radio talk show with varying guests dealing with issues of relationships, security and current topics of the day that had listeners calling in and interacting via the internet.

The program is called Nightbeat radio.

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