Your Tuesday Afternoon Alternative Goes 1984 Draft

ImageThis week we are joined by Joe Anderl of The 1984 Draft talking about music, shows, and stuff Joe wants to talk about! Expect new music from The Afghan WhigsThe War on DrugsThe New Old-Fashionedc.wright’s Parlour TricksThe Rebel Set, Crackpot, William The AccountantThe Motel BedsWussy, and much more!

Expect some classic indie with The Replacements and Dayton’s own SHRUG!

So, listen online at WUDR or 99.5 and 98.1fm in Dayton!  Send us requests @ drjwudr on gmail and tweet us @ drjwudr on twitter!  See you soon!

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Resolutions: Our First Show of 2014!

Did you miss us? We hope you had a terrific holiday season!

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Calvin and Hobbes – copyright Bill Watterson

Come along on Tuesday afternoon and join us in listening to several new discoveries, local music and much more on WUDR from our usual time of 3-6pm (eastern). We will be discussing favorites from 2013 as well as great music we are excited about for 2014. If you would like to request some songs, just email us at drjwudr@gmail.com or tweet Dr. J at drjwudr on twitter.

We have music to get your toes a’tappin’ from The RidgesJoseph ArthurFire at Night, Lake Street Drive, SW/MM/NG, The Rebel Set, Luke Frazier, The Whiskey Gentry, and more.

We can promise several premiers! Including the new song from The Nightbeast – Paid & Rowdy! You will love this song. We would never steer you wrong, music lovers! You can watch — and you should watch — the terrific video for the song!

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Join us at wudr.udayton.edu

Tom Gilliam at WUDR Studios Today

During our annual holiday show we have often been joined by guests.  Today was no exception.  Click this link to see a vine that we took of Tom Gilliam at WUDR Studios Today where he played live.  We hope to have some video and audio for you soon!

Thanks Tom!

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Sometimes being a real Dr. can be cool

ImageThe coolest part of the UD Self, Community, and Society in the 21st Century Living and Learning Community this year…

From discussions on religion and social media, the C21 LLC turned our attention to entertainment, music, identity, and techniques of the use of social media in our community. On Tuesday, October 29th from 6:30-8:30pm the members of C21 met with local Dayton musicians in the Science Center Auditorium. What is Dayton music like? How do local musicians share information about their music, concerts, and other events? We learned that the independent music scene in the Miami valley is not only incredibly diverse and active but that they use social media and traditional media to share information with the larger community.

Speakers included:
Burris Dixon, Me & Mountains, Swim Diver
Tom Gilliam, The Rebel Set, TCB Hit Squad
Andy Ingram, Kris N., Poptek Records
M. Ross Perkins, Goodbye, Esther Caulfield Orchestra
Liz Rasmussen, Good English
Tifani Tanaka, Dear Fawn
Tod Weidner, Motel Beds, Shrug

Three Shows. One Night. You Choose.

November 23rd in Dayton there are three terrific shows for you to enjoy!

The Second Coming of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars

Gilly’s in Dayton, Ohio

The Story Changes + Bearer of Bad News + the Flesh Pets!

South Park Tavern in Dayton, Ohio

The Rebel Set & Cherry Lee & The Hot Rod Hounds Live @ The Oregon Express!

Oregon Express Bar and Restaurant in Dayton, Ohio

A Dayton Community Event

Dayton-Ohio_smallThis coming Tuesday — October 29, 2013 at 7:00 – 8:30PM Dr. J will host a discussion on Dayton music!

Join us as we celebrate Dayton music and the Dayton Community!  The event will be held at the University of Dayton’s Science Center Auditorium.

Everything you wanted to know about Dayton Music but were afraid to ask!

Speakers include:

M. Ross Perkins, Goodbye
Tifani Tanaka, Dear Fawn
Burris Dixon, Me & Mountains
Andy Ingram, Kris N.
Tom Gilliam, The Rebel Set
Liz Rasmussen, Good English
Tod Weidner, Motel Beds, Shrug

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