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August 2013 Archives

WUMB & Berklee Summer Series

This summer WUMB has once again teamed up with Berklee to bring you four Saturday’s of amazing new music!   This year the concerts will be held at Carson Beach, 165 William J. Day Blvd, South Boston, from 2p – 4p.

Concert Line-Up

8/3  Joe’s Truck Stop

8/10    Bronwyn Keith-Hynes



8/17  We Avalanche


Vist WUMB.org for more details!!

August Programming Highlights

Live @ WUMB

8/12   Willy Mason  4pm

8/14    Treetop Flyers    4pm

8/19    Kim Richey   4pm

8/22  Sarah Blacker    4pm

8/29   Chris & Meredith Thompson  10:30am Read More…

August Member News


Weekly Online Giveaways

One of the great benefits of being a Member of WUMB is the chance to enter our Weekly Online Giveaways. Every week, we offer our Members a chance to win CDs, tickets, and other great prizes online.

Here are some of the items we have given away over the past few weeks:

–        CD “Old Yellow Moon” by Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell

–        CD “Child Ballads” by Anais Mitchell and Jefferson Hamer

–        CD “American Kid” by Patty Griffin

To see what we’re offering this week, visit our Giveaway page in the “Members” section of our website at wumb.org. Read More…

New Music With Jay Moberg

Each month when we release a WUMB Program Guide, the staff collectively thinks of a story, or an “angle” to share with you.  Being the Music Director my instincts always lead me to share new music with you.  The fact is, we’re inundated with it here…we get so many new releases that it’s basically impossible to keep track.  So instead of sharing who’s “up and coming” or “buzz worthy”, I figured I would share with you a very well recognized name.  Read More…

Summer Reading with Dave Palmater

Really, how many Danielle Steele novels can you read in one summer? If you’re looking for some light, but educational, late summer reading, I have some suggestions. And cheap ones, because, I’ll admit it, I haunt the book racks in the Dollar Stores, Under 5s and Job Lot stores of all varieties. You probably know that books, once they leave the shelves of your local book store, hit the remainder table. Their next stop, before becoming recycling, or door stops, or something, is the Dollar Store. There, for a buck or so, you can find some enjoyable reading now that you’ve consumed that stack of paperbacks that you’ve been toting from beach to beach. Here are a few of my favorite “cheapo” finds. Read More…