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My Chemical Romance Announces Split

My Chemical Romance Announces Split

Teen angst all over the world suffered a blow this week when My Chemical Romance announced the end of their time together.  For the past twelve years, MCR have provided a soundtrack for teens that felt any rage, anger, or sadness– so, everyone at some point. Over their career the band released four albums, starting […]

Throwback Thursday: John Denver Tribute

Throwback Thursday: John Denver Tribute

For this week’s Throwback Thursday we are playing a set John Denver covers to commemorate the release of his upcoming tribute album The Music Is You: A Tribute to John Denver. John Denver was one of the most beloved and acclaimed singer-songwriters to emerge from the folk-music scene of the late 1960s and 1970s. A […]

“Awayland” by Villagers

“Awayland” by Villagers

A quick glance at the latest issue of Mojo magazine will reveal a striking and somewhat grotesque illustration of Villagers songwriter and singer, Conor O’Brien. Drawn as a Slaughter House Five reading fetus that is sharing space with a gecko in the belly of an ocean wave, the image itself is a bit too psychedelic […]

Concert Watch 3/27-4/2

Concert Watch 3/27-4/2

The Rocket Summer – Brighton Music Hall, Wednesday, March 27 The Rocket Summer, solo-project of Bryce Avary based out of Fort Worth, Texas, is coming to the Brighton Music Hall tonight. Avary, a multi-instumentalist and singer-songwriter produces every track on The Rocket Summer records (he even plays all of the instruments, talk about a “one […]

On the Verge: Passenger

On the Verge: Passenger

Before Mike Rosenberg, the one-man act that is Passenger, performed his first show to kick off his tour in the US tonight, he decided to swing by our studio to play us a few tunes. The UK-born singer-songwriter has been through the ups and downs of the industry, spanning from busking on the streets just […]

“Spark Seeker” by Matisyahu

“Spark Seeker” by Matisyahu

If there were ever a wild card in the pop music hierarchy, Matisyahu is hands-down one of the most unpredictable and unconventional artists on the charts. His fusion of hip-hop, rock n’ roll, spoken word, and beat boxing combined with his latest effort to perform as an acoustic singer/songwriter on Spark Seeker: Acoustic brings some […]

On the Verge: Passenger

On the Verge: Passenger

At 4:15 PM each Tuesday, WERS brings you our On The Verge segment which highlights an artist we think is up-and-coming. This week’s artist On The Verge is the British Indie singer-songwriter, Mike Rosenberg more commonly known by his stage name, Passenger. Rosenberg began his career as the front man for the band of the […]

New Releases Tuesday

New Releases Tuesday

Welcome to New Releases Tuesday on WERS. Every Tuesday we’ll take a look around the music scene and bring you updates on, you guessed it, the new albums coming out this week. DIDO, GIRL WHO GOT AWAY British singer-songwriter, Dido, has released her fourth studio album, Girl Who Got Away. The record includes collaborations with […]

“The Low Highway” by Steve Earle

“The Low Highway” by Steve Earle

On April 2nd, Steve Earle will add one more album to his already impressive collection. The Low Highway will be released by New West Records and was produced by Ray Kennedy and Earle himself. The album is a must-listen for any fan of country, rock, the blues, or anyone who appreciates the art of storytelling […]

Artist of the Week: Frank Turner

Artist of the Week: Frank Turner

This week WERS is featuring English folk-punker Frank Turner as our Artist of the Week! Frank Turner was not always solo.  He first rose to prominence in the early 00′s with the post-hardcore band Million Dead.  After that band’s split, however, Turner went in a different direction.  Influenced by Johnny Cash’s excellent American series (with […]

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