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Sera Cahoone on Coffeehouse

Sera Cahoone on Coffeehouse

With plenty of flannels and full beards, it was not hard to tell that Sera Cahoone and her band are from Seattle after immediately looking at them. With her, she brought not only her Seattle sensibilities, but also her unique and captivating music. Cahoone has played drums for a number of years in bands such […]

Ryan Montbleau Live In Studio

Ryan Montbleau Live In Studio

The Ryan Montbleau Band is a local group from in and around the North Shore area, whose commitment to one another runs deep. The band came to the WERS studio and exuded the same cool feeling that ties together all of lead singer Ryan Montbleau’s solo albums and those produced as a band as well. […]

Nada Surf at the Paradise

Nada Surf at the Paradise

New York rockers Nada Surf stopped by the Paradise Rock Club last night as their fall tour comes to a close. With Eternal Summers backing them on the bill, the night began with a solid set of lo-fi jams from the Roanoke, Virginia natives. Fronted by guitarist and lead vocalist Nicole Yun, Eternal Summers were […]

This Week In Music History

This Week In Music History

Good morning! The holidays are fast approaching and it feels like just yesterday it was Thanksgiving. I hope you’re enjoying your Friday and here is your music fix to get you through the end of the work day. On this day in 1980, at the request of Yoko Ono at 2pm Eastern Standard Time, John Lennon fans joined […]

Throwback Thursday: J Mascis

Throwback Thursday: J Mascis

For this week’s Throwback Thursday we’re playing a set from Dinosaur Jr. to celebrate J Mascis’ birthday, which was this week. It’s always refreshing to hear a new album from an, ahem, old band that doesn’t feel like a cynical cash grab, and the fact that Dinosaur Jr. just churned out another great one (this […]

Concert Watch: December 12th-13th

Concert Watch: December 12th-13th

Happy finals and final days of work, concert-goers! This week’s music-loving agenda errs on the side of alternative, and we’re not complaining. Here’s your weekly menu: Tonight, December 12 – Concrete Blonde @ The Sinclair Initially springing up in the ’80’s, reviving in 00’s, and now in the new decade, Los Angeles alt band Concrete Blonde […]

On the Verge: Jabe Beyer

On the Verge: Jabe Beyer

Jabe Beyer is an award-winning songwriter who got his start in our very own Boston. Although he relocated to Nashville in 2007, he has a loyal following here; he has been recognized by the Boston Phoenix and has won multiple Boston Music Awards. If the hometown praise isn’t enough, you might recognize Jabe Beyer’s music […]

Springsteen & Black Keys to perform with Rolling Stones

Springsteen & Black Keys to perform with Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones are wrapping up their 50th anniversary tour at the end of this week at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey on the 13th and 15th. The Stones have been hosting a variety of special guests at their shows, and that remains true for their final performance this year. They’ve announced that […]

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. GREEN DAY: TRE Tre, the final album in Green Day’s trilogy of records has dropped just in time for the end of the […]

New M83 Music Video

Fans of French alternative band, M83 will be excited to hear that the band has just released the third and final video of the current project with renowned directing team Fleur & Manu. Ever since the release of their most recent studio album entitled Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming, M83 envisioned a trilogy of videos to go […]

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WERS News Wins 11 Associated Press Student Awards

Congratulations to WERS News on winning 11 AP awards this year

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