Studio-A-Rama 2018 will take place during Case Western Reserve University’s Homecoming Weekend on Saturday, October 13th, outside of the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, MOCA, in University Circle’s Uptown Cleveland District. Lucy Dacus will be this year’s national headliner, sharing the stage with special guest: Land of Talk. The music and fun will all start at 2 PM, … Continued
The deadline to submit your band for this year’s Studio A Rama concert has been extended through August 12th. Find out more by reading the original article.
Classical music for all
WRUW is now accepting submissions from local and regional bands who wish to play this year’s Studio-A-Rama. The deadline to submit for this year’s Studio-A-Rama is August 12th. Seven to nine bands will be chosen to share the stage with a national headliner. Recent headliners have included Man Or Astroman, The Black Angels, Mission of … Continued
All of the albums featured on The ’59 Sound, in alphabetical order by artist: Sound & Color – Alabama Shakes Voodoo – D’Angelo Black Messiah – D’Angelo & The Vanguard Funeral – Arcade Fire Since I Left You – The Avalanches Bad Brains – Bad Brains I Against I – Bad Brains Mama’s Gun – Erykah Badu Pet Sounds – The Beach … Continued
In WRUW’s 50th year, we continue to remember some of the shows and programmers of our past with “WRUW Listens Back”, aired Mondays at noon. This weekly one-hour program features archive tapes of shows of some of WRUW’s longest-running and best-known DJs. Here’s the schedule for the month of October: October 2 – “Dead Air” … Continued
“WRUW Listens Back”, our program of archive recordings in celebration of our 50th anniversary, presents an episode of “Definitely Downtown” from 1987-11-29 this Monday, September 25 at 12pm. Don Sebian played jazz on WRUW from 1980-1994.
The Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque and WRUW-FM present the Cleveland theatrical premiere of the 2014 Tim K. Smith film “Sex and Broadcasting”, on Thursday, October 5 at 6:30PM. WRUW is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary of bringing freeform non-commercial radio to Cleveland. “Sex and Broadcasting” chronicles the exploits of WFMU, another independent station based in … Continued
The Master’s Birthday series continues with John Coltrane as the subject and it will feature an interview with saxophonist David Liebman who absolutely considers Coltrane the peak of how far the instrument can go,period,full stop.When Lieb was 15 he took a date to a club,there was The Master and he was never the same ,at … Continued
“WRUW Listens Back”, our program of archive recordings in celebration of our 50th anniversary, presents an episode of “Annie’s Blues Show” from 1996-10-07 this Monday, September 18 at 12pm. Anne Weatherhead was Cleveland’s “Queen of the Blues” from 1980 – 1998. And she had many Kings, including B.B., Albert and Freddie. This show features an … Continued