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“Forever Endeavor” by Ron Sexsmith

“Forever Endeavor” by Ron Sexsmith

Breaking into the music scene, or any arts scene, is a young person’s game. It’s a lifestyle of concentrated rejection and perpetual toil – never quite knowing when or if you’ll “make it”. But Ron Sexsmith is a journeyman. Sexsmith has lived the lifestyle of an under the radar indie-folk artist into his 40’s. For […]

“Live From the Artists Den” by Amos Lee

“Live From the Artists Den” by Amos Lee

“Live From the Artists Den” – a PBS program currently in its fifth season – is known for producing select quality recordings of eminent musicians in historic locations across the United States. Previous artists and locations that have been featured by this musical project range from Rufus Wainwright, in The Church of the Ascension, to […]

Thom Yorke Gives Dating Advice

Thom Yorke Gives Dating Advice

Thom Yorke is a busy man, there’s no doubt about that. Along with being the creative force behind Radiohead, Yorke formed the band Atoms For Peace with Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea, Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, Beck & R.E.M. drummer Joey Waronker, and Brazilian born Mauro Refosco. Atoms For Peace released their debut album […]

“Guster: Live Acoustic”

“Guster: Live Acoustic”

The Boston natives in Guster may be known for their onstage humor, but their newest release Guster: Live Acoustic is all about the music. The band’s latest release, recorded live on their Spring 2012 acoustic tour with the Guster String Players packs all of the punch without any of the unnecessary bells and whistles. The […]

Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday

For this week’s Throwback Thursday we are playing a set from Bob Dylan to honor the 52nd anniversary of his first official concert ever! It was April 11, 1961. Bob Dylan had arrived in New York City three months earlier and quickly left a lasting impression on the folk community of Greenwhich Village. At the […]

Cold War Kids Live at Paradise

Cold War Kids Live at Paradise

Spring has sprung in Boston and Cold War Kids have coincidentally turned a new leaf with the release of their latest album Dear Miss Lonelyhearts. Having been sold out for weeks, last night the Paradise Rock Club welcomed Nate Willett and his band with open arms. When I told friends that this was my fifth time […]

“The Lives Inside…” by Matt Pond

“The Lives Inside…” by Matt Pond

Born and raised in New Hampshire, New England native Matt Pond has quite the success story. His name may not ring a bell, but you have probably heard his work on the small and big screens. A song featured in a Starbucks’ holiday commercial (“Snow Day”) as well as co-writing the score for the film […]

The Mountain Goats Announce Tour

The Mountain Goats Announce Tour

The Mountain Goats have released tour dates for their TUTTLINGEN WARRIORS TOUR 2013, but this time around, there will only be two members on stage. Jon Wurster, originally the drummer of Superchunk, joined John Daniel and Peter Hughes in 2007, but Daniel explained through the band’s site, that Wurster will not be able to make […]

Concert Watch: Apr 10th-12th

Concert Watch: Apr 10th-12th

Hello, concert-goers! This week is the first stop in Boston for a great deal of acts who have been out of town for a while, so it’s our job to give them our biggest Bahston welcome. By that I mean, please do not spit on their shoes. It’s a great week for music, so let’s […]

“Bang Bang Boom Boom” by Beth Hart

“Bang Bang Boom Boom” by Beth Hart

Inspired by a myriad of genres such as blues, classical, and gospel, Beth Hart is a powerhouse who brings a strong female voice to the genre of soul. Her latest album Bang Bang Boom Boom is the 10th album since her debut in 1993. Throughout her career, Hart has collaborated with rock stars such as […]

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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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