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On the Verge: Cory Chisel

On the Verge: Cory Chisel

During Cory Chisel’s WERS in-studio performance he says, “Some songs are about moving your body and what clothes you have on, and others are about storytelling.”  Cory Chisel and the assortment of artists who perform with him, the Wandering Sons, belong to the latter category.  Cory Chisel and the Wandering Sons’ released their second album […]

“Cathedrals of Color” by Courrier

“Cathedrals of Color” by Courrier

“Can you hear my heart, hear my heart now?” Courrier lead singer Austin Jones belts out in “Love Is A Fire,” the lead single off of the Texas-based group’s latest album, Cathedrals of Color. To answer Jones’s question: yes – anyone who gives a listen to Cathedrals of Color can clearly hear the heart behind […]

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. THE BRYAN FERRY ORCHESTRA—THE JAZZ AGE Bryan Ferry of Roxy Music has founded The Bryan Ferry Orchestra—a 1920’s style Jazz Ensemble—and their new […]

New Ellie Goulding Music Video

British sensation Ellie Goulding has just released the music video for her second single, “Figure 8”, off her sophomore album, Halcyon. After recently splitting with long time boyfriend Skrillex, Goulding released the single and video shortly after. Coincidence? I think not. The video for “Figure 8” follows Goulding after losing her most recent boyfriend and […]

Page Speaks on Zeppelin Remasters

Page Speaks on Zeppelin Remasters

Jimmy Page, Led Zeppelin guitarist, is currently working on a set of remasters from the legendary 70’s rock band. According to Rolling Stone, all of the Zeppelin studio albums will be re-released one by one. This also includes Coda, which was released after the band broke up in 1980. It’s been twenty years since the […]

Artist Of The Week: Neil Young

Artist Of The Week: Neil Young

The WERS Artist Of The Week is one of rock ‘n roll’s most iconic figures, Neil Young, who has been quite busy in 2012 as he released not one, but two studio records: Americana and Psychedelic Pill.  Young originally hails from Winnipeg, Manitoba and got his start performing as a solo artist in Canada in the early 1960s. […]

Rolling Stones Make Live Comeback

Rolling Stones Make Live Comeback

It’s been over five years since The Rolling Stones closed their “A Bigger Bang” tour with a three night stand at London’s O2 Arena. They reprised these shows with a two night stand at the same venue in honor of their 50th anniversary. With a career spanning setlist, they opened with their version of “I […]

Music For The Independent Mind: Vol. 7

Music For The Independent Mind: Vol. 7

The Nov. Album of the Month is WERS’s Music For the Independent Mind: Vol. 7

New Yeah Yeah Yeahs Album in 2013

New Yeah Yeah Yeahs Album in 2013

Will there be a follow up to 2009’s It’s Blitz? Yeah, yeah, yeah. According to NME, DJ Jason Bentley announced on his KCRW radio show “Morning Becomes Eclectic” that the band would have a new album in “the springtime” of 2013. As of now, and unfortunately, the promise of a new album is the only […]

This Week In Music History

This Week In Music History

Good morning ladies and gents! Hope you’re enjoying the perils of Black Friday after a long awaited and self-induced turkey coma. Time to get truly geared up for the holiday season, and to start it all off here’s your weekly fix of TGI music history Friday! Today in music history back in 1976, Jerry Lee Lewis, just […]

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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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