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Sara Watkins Live In Studio

Sara Watkins Live In Studio

Grammy award winning singer, songwriter, and fiddler Sara Watkins stopped by the WERS studios for an exclusive live mix on her “day off” from a rigorous national tour and fresh off of her main stage appearance at the Newport Folk Festival this past weekend. Watkins first came on to the American music scene in 1989 […]

David Byrne & St. Vincent Release Second Song

David Byrne & St. Vincent Release Second Song

David Byrne and St. Vincent have shared the second song to their collaborative album, Love This Giant. The song is titled “Weekend In The Dust” and will be one of twelve tracks. When the two broke the news of their dream collaboration, they granted fans with “Who” which was immediately overwhelmed with all of the […]

Patty Griffin Announces 2012 Tour

Patty Griffin Announces 2012 Tour

Patty Griffin is a legend in her own right, and has certainly been busy in the past few years. Between her Grammy-winning solo album Downtown Church and extensive side endeavors (most significantly her “Band of Joy” project with Robert Plant), Griffin was excited and relieved to announce that she would be bringing things “back to […]

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. Joss Stone, The Soul Sessions Vol 2 – English soul singer Joss Stone is back with her sixth solo record. The album is […]

On the Verge: Jim Hanft

On the Verge: Jim Hanft

At 4:15 PM each Tuesday, WERS brings you our On the Verge segment which highlights an artist we think is up-and-coming. This week’s artist On the Verge is Emerson Alum Jim Hanft, a former comedy student who prides himself on his ability to write lyrics “that you’ve thought, but are afraid to say.” He released […]

Coldplay at TD Garden

Coldplay at TD Garden

I’ve never really thought of Coldplay as a rock band. When I think of Coldplay, I think of their power ballads– of “Yellow” and of “The Scientist” and other songs like that. But last night at Coldplay’s first Boston show on their Mylo Xylotour, Chris Martin and the rest of the band members made it […]

Identity Festival at the Comcast Center

Identity Festival at the Comcast Center

I’ve said this to every person who’s asked me about any EDM event and I will pass that message along to you. There is just a vibe truly indescribable, a whole different heart pulse surging through your every core with energy to keep you going with no explanation. Identity Festival did just that and the […]

The Boss is Coming to Boston & Expands Summer Tour

The Boss is Coming to Boston & Expands Summer Tour

The classics are making a comeback in Beantown in 2012. Neil Young and Crazy Horse are going to be playing the TD Bank North Garden November 26th, but there is even more anticipation for a touring true blooded American. Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are going to be playing to back-to-back shows at […]

Artist Of The Week: The Head and the Heart

Artist Of The Week: The Head and the Heart

Every week, WERS highlights an artist we love in our Artist of the Week series. This week we have picked Seattle-based The Head and the Heart! After their fantastic live set at WERS last week, as well as an amazing performance at the Newport Folk Festival, we can’t stop listening. The Head and the Heart have achieved […]

Newport Folk Festival: Jackson Browne

Newport Folk Festival: Jackson Browne

It’s always sad to see the weekend-long events of Newport Folk Fest wrap up on Sunday evening, and there was one more performance to go before the festival officially concluded. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Jackson Browne was scheduled as the headliner for Sunday, and it was a fitting way to end the […]

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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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