Last Show in April 2013… Music, Conversation, and Guests just for You!

ImageJoin your weekly music concierges Mrs. Dr. J and Dr. J as we discuss a vast array of new releases, upcoming new stuff, our wrap-up of area shows for the next few weeks and the upcoming 2nd Cancer Awareness Benefit featuring The Rebel Set and Sam at Eleven with Mavis Pearly on May 11th!  You will want to make this show.  The Rebel Set have been working on new music and we know that audible treats will be given by Sam at Eleven and Mavis Pearly.

We will be joined this week by members of The Lost Patrol via the power of the magical telephone lines. If you are not listening to their new CD, Driven… well, you should be. More information for you can be found at their website: http://www.thelostpatrol.com/

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Expect music from The Lost Patrol, The Rebel Set, Sam at Eleven, Mowgli, The Davenports, The View, Phoenix, Son Volt, Phosphorescent, Billy Bragg, The Dandy Warhols, Amanda Palmer and the Grand Theft Orchestra, Foxygen, Ex Cops, American Authors, The Pillowfights, and much more!

Our on-air discussion question for this week: The first indie song or band that you fell in love with was…?  What was that song that showed you that there was new and exciting music that was not pre-packaged and then sold to you?  So, help us help you with a batch of new music releases and musical self discovery on Your Tuesday Afternoon Alternative on wudr.udayton.edu!  See you there  music lovers! Image

April 16th – Your Post Tax Day Music Show

 

Image Join us this Tuesday as we all heal after tax day with some great music from The Lost Patrol, The Farewell Circuit, They Might Be Giants, Buffalo Killers, Guided by Voices, The Great Divide, Iron and Wine, and much more.We will be playing some fun covers from the new John Denver tribute — The Music is You. We will be talking about Record Store Day and the many great band performances to catch in Dayton, Columbus, and Cincinnati.  If you are looking for information where you call space home, check out the Record Store Day website.

Expect our review of the Dear Fawn debut and new CDs that we have been spinning at the J-HQ. Give us a call, tweet, or email about the music that you are listening to right now!

Remember – 937-229-2774 or drjwudr on twitter or gmail. See you soon!