DRC's Annual Bob Dylan Birthday Tribute 5-21-22 6-10 PM

Join Dave Sisson of DAVE'S RECORD COLLECTION Saturday May 21nd from 6:00 to 10:00 PM for the annual tribute to Bob Dylan who turns 81 on May 24th. We will explore Bob's 50+ year career featuring covers, co writes, and many other gems. Requests are welcomed and encouraged!

Playlist http://wmuc.umd.edu/station/playlists/display/31137

This show is dedicated to the memory of longtime listener JD.

All You Mothers! Check This Out!


From 2:00PM to 10:00PM May 07, 2022, join Dominick of Electric Candle Radio and Dave of Dave's Record Collection for the annual Mother's Day Show.

This is not your grandmother's radio show. It's the Mother's Day Show for all you "Mothers" who may or may not have children.

If you miss any of the broadcasts you may download it from the "Show Archive MP3" page.

So tune to 88.1FM or listen online beginning at 3:00 PM!

"Turn on, tune in, and let us groove."

Here are the essential links:

Click here to listen Live: WMUC 88.1 FM

The Playlist: Mother's Day 2018

Audio Archives:
Mother's Day Show Part 1 of 2

Mother's Day Show Part 2 of 2

Dominick
Electric Candle Radio Show
"Hippie Music Ad Infinitum"
WMUC Radio - Saturdays 3:00 PM Eastern US Time
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Dave
Dave's Record Collection
"An Eclectic Blend To Please Your Aural Pallet"
WMUC Radio - Saturdays 6:00 PM Eastern US Time
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Sister Trio Haim and Singer-Songwriter Faye Webster to Perform at The Anthem

by Gem Miller and Kanika Mehra

Haim, the trio from Los Angeles, is gracing the stages of venues all across America. Fresh off the success of their acting debut in Paul Thomas Anderson’s Licorice Pizza, the gals are back on the road and ready to take on The Anthem on May 13th and 14th. May 13th sold out fast! So be sure to grab your May 14th tickets here.

Preview: Lauren Sanderson

by Andrea Moreland

SEVERE WEATHER WARNING: TYPHOON TO HIT WASHINGTON, DC

By Daniella Locatis and Iman Noor

The forecast indicates that indie rock band, Typhoon, will be heading South towards the streets of Washington, DC at the 9:30 Club on Monday, May 2nd.

The eye of the storm began to take shape in high school, when Kyle Morton gathered his longtime childhood friends – Toby Tanabe and Casey O’Brien to start up a band. Following their graduation in 2005, the group soaked up the surrounding Salem, OR house-band talent, enough to forge their own full-fledged “Typhoon” in Portland.

GUITAR SHOW!!! Dave's Record Collection April 23rd, 2022 6-10 PM

April is International Guitar Month.
In honor of this, "Dave's Record Collection" will feature songs about guitars and some of the greatest achievers of the instrument.
APRIL 23rd, 2022 6:00 to 10 PM
Tune in for an incredible journey related to the guitar! Thanks for your continued support of free form radio!

Playlist http://wmucradio.org/station/playlists/display/30837

Preview: Fruit Bats

by Iman Noor

Formed in Chicago in 1997, Fruit Bats is one of the early bands forming the folk-rock music genre in the early 2000s. With the use of fuzzed-out guitars, organs, accordions, the fiddle and more the Fruit Bats utilize instruments that aren’t usually seen in traditional rock music which paves the way for a rock sound that gives you the warm and fuzzies.

Preview: Big Thief to Perform at The Anthem

by Jennifer Garcia-Herrera and Flo Petite

Brooklyn-based indie rock and folk band Big Thief will make their return to DC on Thursday, April 21, performing at The Anthem for the first time in their career. The band’s last stop to DC was over 2 years when they performed at the 9:30 Club back in November of 2019. The jump in venues highlights their enormous growth and success as a band in recent years. Big Thief is made up of lead vocalist and guitarist Adrianne Lenker, guitarist Buck Meek, bassist Max Oleartchik, and drummer James Krivchenia. In 2019, the group released two albums, “U.F.O.F.” and “Two Hands,” both of which received critical acclaim and were nominated for Grammy awards. The effects of COVID on shows, and musicians in general, makes this long-awaited return all the more emotional for the band's die-hard fans.

Hit Singer-Songwriter Tom Odell to Perform at Lincoln Theatre

By Kanika Mehra and Iman Noor

English singer-songwriter Tom Odell recently kicked off his North American tour, with one of the first few spots taking place April 20th, at DC’s Lincoln Theatre–– an intimate sit-down venue suited perfectly to his haunting vocals.

Welcome to Night Vale haunts The Lincoln Theatre in D.C.

by Taneen Momeni
For the first time in two years, podcast Welcome to Night Vale brings its show to listeners across the world with the Haunting of Night Vale, starting in The Lincoln Theatre in D.C.

Welcome to Night Vale