Category: Concerts

Reid May Interviews Emily Hearn

Emily Hearn is a singer/songwriter from Athens, GA, and is currently touring in support of her most recent album Hourglass, which was released back in March. Her songs from this album have been featured on the CW’s ‘Jane The Virgin’ and ABC Family’s ‘Switched At Birth’. Emily phoned in to WGMU to talk to DJ …

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[VIDEO] In-Studio Performance with Cinema Hearts

On April 9th, we sat in-studio with Fairfax based dream-pop group Cinema Hearts. During their unplugged session, sister and brother Caroline and Erich Weinroth (their drummer James Adelsberger couldn’t make it) performed a couple of songs from their latest EP “I’ll Always Be Around” as well as a sample of some unreleased material. Drawing influences from …

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Concert: Parkay Quarts

By Rhett Guenthner Parkay Quarts took the stage at a sold-out DC9 on November 6 as “more of a Parquet Courts cover band,” frontman Andrew Savage described while the smell of fresh bread wafted through the air for some reason. The difference between Parquet Courts and Parkay Quarts is essentially the lineup. Savage and guitarist …

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Listen: LUDACRIS Interview on WGMU Radio with Jesse Robinson & JB

Listen to WGMU Radio’s interview with well known rapper and actor Ludacris today before his performance at the Patriot Center on Mason Day! The musician was interviewed by DJ’s Jesse Robinson (The Sports Hour, Improv for Mason) and DJ John Barnes (All the Wrong Notes) about his current music career, his upcoming projects and his …

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Ludacris to interview On-Air with Jesse Robinson 4/25 at Noon

Renowned rap artist and actor Ludacris will call in to the WGMU Radio studios LIVE tomorrow 4/25 at Noon! Be sure to tune in at www.wgmuradio.com or www.radioflag.com ! (as well as Mason cable Ch.16 on Fairfax Campus, the TuneIn mobile app, iTunes Radio) Ludacris will be talking about his concert at Mason happening later …

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Concert: Graham Colton w/ Cumulus

by Jon Howard   I honestly didn’t know what to expect heading into Jammin Java to see Graham Colton play for his local fans.  Between my lack of knowledge about the musician and my unfamiliarity with the venue itself (I apologize for my ignorance of the world around me), I walked into Jammin Java completely …

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Concert: Frightened Rabbit

By Ben Simpson They may not have the mainstream audience locked down yet, but judging from the rabid sold-out crowd at DC’s 9:30 Club, Frightened Rabbit will never have to worry about filling up a venue for the rest of their careers. Smack dab in the middle of their tour supporting their latest effort, their …

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Concert: Tyler, the Creator

by Alex Green There can only be so much pent up anticipation for a concert as dedicated and livid as the Odd Future fan base, and last night proved to be a special event; as fans lined up for hours outside the corridors of U Street Music Hall. Many donned in the collectives’ traditional garb …

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