Home » Posts tagged with » Daytime (Page 30)

Artist of the Week: The Civil Wars

Artist of the Week: The Civil Wars

This week WERS is featuring folk duo The Civil Wars as our Artist of the Week! Joy Williams and John Paul White began writing music together as The Civil Wars after meeting at a Nashville songwriting session in 2008. The name signifies Williams and White’s very different backgrounds and how they often argued with each […]

Throwback Thursday: Buddy Guy

Throwback Thursday: Buddy Guy

This week for Throwback Thursday, WERS is playing a set from blues guitar legend Buddy Guy in honor of his 77th birthday and his newly released album Rhythm & Blues. Buddy Guy was born and raised in Lettsworth, Louisiana and began learning how to play guitar at a very early age. He began learning on […]

Stream the New Pond Album, by Tame Impala Members

Stream the New Pond Album, by Tame Impala Members

While members of the Australian band Pond may be best known as members of Tame Impala (current Tame Impala keys man Jay Watson, ex-Tame Impala bassist Nick “Paisley” Allbrook, current Tame Impala bassist Cam Avery, and ex-Pond drummer and current Tame Impala frontman Kevin Parker), they have forged their own brand of off-the-wall psychedelia, fuzz […]

Concert Watch: July 31st-August 1st

Concert Watch: July 31st-August 1st

Hello, concert-goers! Even as the summer begins to cool, that doesn’t scare wonderful music away from the city that sometimes (almost always) sleeps after 2AM, or earlier if you’re trying to catch the T. I mean, you could pay for a cab, but really? What dive bar is worth it? Take it from me and save your pennies […]

Michael Jackson & Freddie Mercury Collaborations In Works

Michael Jackson & Freddie Mercury Collaborations In Works

Back in 1983, the King of Pop and one of the most legendary rock and roll frontmen, Freddie Mercury, recorded three songs together in Michael Jackson’s home studio. Unfortunately, the two had a falling out and the tracks have been unreleased since then. In Mercury: An Intimate Biography of Freddie Mercury, Mercury is quoted saying, […]

On the Verge: He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister

On the Verge: He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister

The band-naming process was rather simple for this LA-based band that took a rather fact-based approached. He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister is fronted by sibling duo Robert and Rachel Kolar. While sibling relationships in bands are not uncommon, having your landlord playing slide guitar next to you certainly is. That’s where Aaron Robinson comes […]

New Releases Tuesday: July 30

New Releases Tuesday: July 30

Welcome to New Releases Tuesday on WERS. Every Tuesday we take a look around the music scene and bring you updates on, you guessed it, the new albums coming out this week. ALELA DIANE, ABOUT FAREWELL About Farewell is the fifth album from Portland-based singer and songwriter Alela Diane. This album is more stripped down […]

“Wings Over America” by Paul McCartney and Wings

“Wings Over America” by Paul McCartney and Wings

Despite the plethora of personal and financial problems The Beatles faced in the twilight of their years together, creativity was never an issue. Paul McCartney, the de-facto leader of the group after the 1966 death of manager Brian Epstein, did his best to steer The Beatles into interesting and creative ventures in the face of […]

The Civil Wars Will Release New Album

The Civil Wars Will Release New Album

It seemed like things were going swimmingly for country duo The Civil Wars—skyrocketing to fame, winning three Grammys, collaborating with the likes of Taylor Swift—and all coming from their debut album, Barton Hallow. The critically-acclaimed release, which featured the Southern rock stylings of guitarist/vocalist John Paul White and the aching, impressive vocals of Californian Joy […]

Artist of the Week: Jason Isbell

Artist of the Week: Jason Isbell

WERS is featuring Alabama-based singer-songwriter Jason Isbell as our Artist of the Week! Jason Isbell first played music professionally as a member of Drive-By Truckers in 2001. Over the next six years Isbell recorded three albums with Drive-By Truckers including Decoration Day (2003), of which he wrote the title track. Then, in April 2007, Isbell officially […]

Emerson College

The Emerson Acappellooza Fundraiser

Come celebrate our school with performances from our own four a cappella groups: Acapellics Anonymous, Noteworthy, Treble Makers, and Achoired Taste. It will be a night filled with school spirit, positive energy, and fun for any person who loves Emerson College. Proceeds will go to Emerson Scholarships and Emerson A cappella. Sponsored by Acappellics Anonymous with The Spirit […]

Calendar of Events

CONNECT WITH US