On Tomorrow’s Show – Music from Shows and Important Community Outreach!


On the shows this week we are celebrating tons of great shows in the Dayton area by playing music from The New Old-FashionedDavid PayneStarving in the Belly of the Whale, Charlie Jackson and the Heartland RailwayThe CastrosShrugThis Pine BoxJetty BonesThe FloralsAndy GabbardJesse W. Johnson & Coyote ScreamHEXADIODESalvadore Ross and The Afghan Whigs!

JOEWe have some new music from Mr. Joe Anderl and a cool demo from Fleetwood Mac that has Dr. J rethinking the sound and influence of that band!

Join us from 3-6pm on WUDR tomorrow – wudr.udayton.edu. or 99.5 & 98.1fm in the Dayton, Ohio area!  You can always request music by contacting drjytaa on twitter!

We also have special guest Gail Pop in the studio to talk about the important COAT initiative (Community Overdose Action Team). Our pal Gail is on the prevention branch of the team. Check out their important work –http://www.phdmc.org/coat!


3 Songs on Repeat from The Atlas & The Anchor


Shattered Sun– “Burn It Down” (The Texas-based six-piece metal band returns with The Evolution Of Anger, their sophomore album, out today via Victory Records. The band is managed by Chuck Billy, vocalist of thrash metal pioneers Testament, and they take 80’s thrash riffs and add to it prog-rock intricacies, a passionate punk-fuelled anger and enough…

via 3 Songs: On Repeat (Extended Edition) — Atlas and the Anchor

Support Your Local Music Scene

Did that Phish show get you fired up? (What did I tell you?!) This is the perfect time to keep that loving energy right on rolling! This weekend, Friday July 21st and Saturday July 22nd, is the Miami Valley Music Fest, the harbinger of local music festivals in the greater Dayton area, and it always rings…

via Charity Rocks at Miami Valley Music Fest — Dayton Music Insider

U2 – The Joshua Tree 30th Anniversary Deluxe Reissue — Atlas and the Anchor


30 years ago, U2 released The Joshua Tree, their ultimate masterpiece and the album that catapulted Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jr. into international rock superstars. From the very first listen it was inevitable, as the album – produced by Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois – opens with the 1-2-3-punch of three…

via U2 – The Joshua Tree 30th Anniversary Deluxe Reissue — Atlas and the Anchor