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Concert Watch: January 30th-February 9th

Concert Watch: January 30th-February 9th

Tonight, Club Passim – January 30–  Ryan Montbleau A Peabody native and WERS favorite, Ryan Montbleau is the perfect blend of folk and edge who never forgets his roots. Between his solo work and with the Ryan Montbleau band, he’s racked up eight albums since 2002, and is currently touring in support of 2012’s For Higher in the […]

SAVOY Live at Middle East

SAVOY Live at Middle East

If you didn’t find anything better to do to begin your weekend last week or none of your friends picked up the phone, well that’s because they were probably crammed up in the Middle East Downstairs enjoying some epic tunes from Savoy. The trio that makes up this group, Gray, Ben, and Mike, recently launched […]

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. KRIS KRISTOFFERSON: FEELING MORTAL Singer and actor, Kris Kristofferson returned with his first album in four years, Feeling Mortal. Don Was, of the […]

On the Verge: Infantree

On the Verge: Infantree

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 the San Fernando Valley band, Infantree who’s fourth release Hero’s Dose dropped last August. Hero’s Dose marks their first release in two years. The record is their […]

Artist of the Week: fun.

Artist of the Week: fun.

This week WERS is featuring New York City natives fun. as our honorary Artist of the Week. This American indie rock band comprised of members of The Format, Anathallo, and Steel Train blew up in 2012. The trio – Nate Ruess, Andrew Dost, and Jack Antonoff release a debut album together as fun. in 2009 […]

Wheelock Family Theater In Studio

Wheelock Family Theater In Studio

There’s something magical about musical theater, even when its performed in the WERS studio. Several of the cast members from the Wheelock Family Theater’s production of Oliver! stopped by the station this afternoon to give us a preview of the musical, accompanied by musical director Jon Goldberg. For the first song of the set, Charlie […]

Ra Ra Riot Live at Paradise

Ra Ra Riot Live at Paradise

In the midst of the longest spell of below freezing temperatures Boston has seen since 2005, the city got a much needed dose of upbeat indie rock from Ra Ra Riot last night. The New York City natives stopped by the Paradise Rock Club fresh off of the release of their new album Beta Love. […]

Walk The Moon Live at Paradise

Walk The Moon Live at Paradise

After a week of frigid winter weather, the Cincinnati-based band Walk the Moon provided Boston with a much-needed burst of color. Fans of all ages braved the cold to hear them play a sold out show at the Paradise Rock Club, and they were rewarded with hours of pure indie-rock fun. Opening for them was […]

This Week In Music History

This Week In Music History

Good morning and happy freezing, frigid, frosty Friday. I may literally turn into snowman sometime soon, but to get you through the steadily dropping temperatures here is today’s music history fix. On this day in 1971, Charles Manson and three female members of his “family” (creepy) were found guilty of seven counts of murder in the first […]

Throwback Thursday: Warren Zevon

Throwback Thursday: Warren Zevon

For this week’s Throwback Thursday we are playing a set from folk-rock legend Warren Zevon, who would have turned 66 years old today! Born in Chicago, Illinois, Warren Zevon’s love of music began with an early fascination of classical music when he became acquainted with Robert Craft and Igor Stravinsky. At age 16, shortly after his parents’ […]

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