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Winter Live In Studio

Winter Live In Studio

One of our favorite things to do at WERS is to cover local talent, especially talent that is from Emerson! Winter, a self-described dreamy shoegazing band, is fronted by Emerson’s very own, Samira Winter. The band initially began as a collaboration between Samira and Nolan Eley, Winter’s lead guitar player and also a member of […]

Paul Adelstein Live In Studio

Paul Adelstein Live In Studio

Far from sunny Los Angeles where he usually resides, Paul Adelstein, of the band Doris, found himself in WERS’s studio for 2013’s Live Music Week. The spectacled, scruffy Adelstein alternated between the piano and acoustic guitar as he warmed up, focused and calm, casually belting out bits and pieces of his catalogue of songs. Completely […]

James Iha Live In Studio

James Iha Live In Studio

In retrospect, it was unreasonable to expect former Smashing Pumpkins guitarist James Iha to look exactly as he did in the “Today” music video, considering it was nearly 20 years ago. Naturally, the alt rock veteran has aged since the days of passing out ice cream cones with Billy Corgan in the middle of nowhere. […]

Ryan Adams New Album In Progress

Ryan Adams New Album In Progress

Word on the street is Ryan Adams has a new album on the way and fans should be excited because he’s recording with a band. According to Billboard, he’s been writing a bunch of new material with a full band and has teamed up with producer, Glyn Johns again (Beatles, Rolling Stones, Eagles). Adams says […]

Will Dailey Live In Studio

Will Dailey Live In Studio

Newly independent Boston-based Will Dailey has won three Boston Music Awards in the past decade and was just recently nominated for Best Male Performer in New England by New England Music Awards. Dailey genuinely values the life his city has given him. He says, “Boston means a lot to me. I choose to stay here. […]

Delta Rae Live In Studio

Delta Rae Live In Studio

“People want something that’s authentic,” said Ian Hölljes, guitarist and vocalist of the North Carolina-based band Delta Rae when asked about the appeal of Americana folk-rock music to modern audiences. “Something with real instruments where you can almost imagine how the song came into being.” As Delta Rae’s growing fan-base suggests, there is indeed something […]

Wake Owl Live In Studio

Wake Owl Live In Studio

Equipped with only an acoustic guitar and a violin, brand new Vancouver, BC/Portland, Oregon band, Wake Owl visited the WERS studio and played a couple of tracks from their first EP Wild Country. A four member band consisting of musicians Colyn Cameron, Aiden Brant-Briscall, Josh Daignault, and Andy Shauf, the session was executed by just two […]

Jukebox The Ghost Live In Studio

Jukebox The Ghost Live In Studio

Despite coming to the WERS studio at the end of a nearly two month long tour, Jukebox the Ghost was by no means lacking energy during their set. The indie-pop band, known for their dynamic and peppy live performances, and cheerful instrumentals, played 3 songs off of their third and latest album, Safe Travels. The […]

Night Moves Live In Studio

Night Moves Live In Studio

The term psychedelic-country is an unusual and seemingly arbitrary genre tag used to describe the music of Minneapolis band Night Moves that didn’t quite make sense until I actually saw them in person. The description of their music manifested itself in their presence more obviously than in their music, with their style being half hippy, […]

Butterworth & Co. Live In Studio

It was hard to guess what type of music local Boston act Butterworth & Co were going to play when they arrived at the WERS studio. With one member wearing a Run DMC shirt, another wearing a paperboy hat, and another wearing a flannel shirt circa 1992, it was really anyone’s guess. The band kicked […]

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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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