The oldest program for French-speaking jamaican music wave in montreal, Low-frequency, will achieve his 1500e show this Sunday at CISM 89,3 FM from 16h to 18h.
The show hosted by the journalist and publicist Richard Lafrance and carried out by the musician André Breault, nicknamed the DJ Hidden, playing reggae in Montreal since now 30 years. To celebrate this anniversary, Low frequencies will propose a special programme with several special guests.
Music magazine and news jamaican has seen the light of day in 1989, the station CHAI, a community radio station in Chateauguay. Initially, it was called Prime Time Reggae and was presented in English. Then, it is to CIBL, in 1990, Lafrance and Breault were able to broadcast, in French, to Low frequencies.
In 2012, the cultural journalist Philippe Renaud became a columnist on the show.
Then, in 2017, with the dismantlement of the regular programming of CIBL, Low frequency is picked up by CKVL, the community radio LaSalle, before being added to the summer programming of CISM, the radio of the University of Montreal in 2018.