Visit with WERU at the Common Ground Country Fair this Weekend

We invite you to visit WERU’s booth. We’ll be located just off the Common near the Social & Political Action Tent and MOFGA Info Tent. Look for our banner. Stop by for a visit with nice WERU people, give us some feedback on our programming, or pick up a schedule, hat or T-shirt. You can even become a New WERU Member!
 
We’d love to meet you and hear from you!

Music Documenary - Muscle Shoals - September 27

Each Wednesday evening in September at the Alamo Theatre in Bucksport, WERU Community Radio and Wednesday on Main will present a series of excellent music documentary films. This eclectic film series is all about music – how it began, who wrote it, who performed it, what it meant to us.  You’ll go from coast-to-coast, genre to genre, memory to memory, and we bet you’ll know the words to almost all the songs.  It’s the history of the music of our life.

On Wednesday, September 27 at 6:30 p.m. we’ll screen Muscle Shoals, a documentary that celebrates Rick Hall, the founder of FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, and the signature sound he developed in songs such as "I'll Take You There", "Brown Sugar", and "When a Man Loves a Woman.”

A donation of $8 is suggested. Read more »

Volunteer Spotlight: Lady NOLA

We recently asked Kaitlyn, a.k.a. Lady NOLA, host of The Second Line on WERU every Tuesday afternoon, 2-4, a number of questions so that listeners could get to know her a little more than they do on the air.  Here’s what she had to say:

1. How do you describe your program? 

"The Second Line is a show that features the sounds of New Orleans and Louisiana.  It’s basically a musical Gumbo."

2. How did you first get involved at WERU and what was your motivation?

"Aside from being an avid listener for many years, I got involved in a roundabout way..." Read more »

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