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Turn on, tune in and let us groove.
Tune in to WMUC this Saturday (8/19) at 9:30PM for a LIVE interview with American music legend Pat Boone!
Then, this Sunday (August 20th), join us from 6-9PM for Third Rail Radio, featuring:
Audiences are welcome! As always, all performances will be broadcast online and on the dial at 88.1FM.
On Saturday, August 12, join Dave Sisson from 3-9 PM for a double-length edition of "Dave's Record Collection", featuring the music of Jerry Garcia (Aug. 1, 1942 - Aug. 9, 1995). In addition to his vast work with the Grateful Dead, the show will explore his numerous other projects, as well as cover versions.
Afterwards, join Sean the Suspect from 9-12 midnight for a special phone interview with gogo legend Chuck Brown!
On August 1st at 7PM.
Come on out to 3130 South Campus Dining Hall on the lovely UMD Campus.
Will be playing at WMUC.
This week's Third Rail Radio (Sundays 6-9pm) will feature the following bands. It will be the kick off of the summer tour of Summer We Went West, Dawntreader, and Hobis. The show starts at 6pm and is at WMUC Studios above the South Campus Dining Hall. All are welcome so come out for a free night of good music.
I screwed up. Sorry, everyone.
Indiepopalooza, The Dan Doggett Experience, will be tonight THE 25TH OF JULY, 2006!
Come on out, meet your favorite WMUC personalities (myself included) and dance the night away.
The Afterparty is on the moon.
We have a few Live Music Events coming here up at WMUC we feel you should know about/attend.
First, on the 25th of August at 6:30PM.
Next up, On August 1st at 7PM.
All shows are at 3130 South Campus Dining Hall on the University of Maryland campus.
On Roots & Wings this Friday morning, July 21, 2006, between 930 and