Guide to Free Outdoor Concerts

Guide to Free Outdoor Concerts

Summer in New England can come with highs and lows, but being out in nature, feeling the presence of community and enjoying local arts and culture can make even the days with the thickest humidity feel worthwhile. Luckily, there are plenty of chances to experience all of those highlights in one by visiting one of many free outdoor concert series offered in Boston and beyond

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Catherine Breaks It Down For ERS+

Catherine Breaks It Down For ERS+

Studio 88-9 and Secret Spot host DJ Mo Wilks sat down with BAMSFest Founder and Director Catherine T. Morris to share her thoughts about the festival which celebrated it’s sixth year of bringing soul filled joy to Boston’s community. To learn more about BAMSFest, go to  http://www.bamsfest.org

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Check Out Our New Online Store!

We’ve got a cool new way for you to support the music and programs here at WERS: now announcing The WERS 88.9 Online Store! From retro logo shirts to our brand-new series of enamel pins, get your ’ERS merch and help keep us local, independent, and student staffed!

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Album Review: Clairo “Charm”

Album Review: Clairo “Charm”

“Clairo’s third time releasing an album is most certainly the Charm. Consisting of 11 songs, Charm is a bit sensual, a bit soft, and ultimately a perfect fit for the summer season…”

July 18, 2024

Pick of the Week: Eddie Vedder “Save it for Later”

Pick of the Week: Eddie Vedder “Save it for Later”

“Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder’s cover of ‘Save It For Later’ is a perfect rendition of a classic ’80s hit…”

July 15, 2024

Check Out Our New Online Store!

Check Out Our New Online Store!

“We’ve got a cool new way for you to support the music and programs here at WERS: now announcing The WERS 88.9 Online Store!…”

July 14, 2024
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