WYEP Presents

April 23, 2014

WYEP Member Appreciation Show: Wake Owl

w/The Gathering Field

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May 5, 2014

The Both (Aimee Mann & Ted Leo)

May 8, 2014

Alabama Shakes

w/The Deslondes

May 16, 2014

John Prine

Featuring Sarah Jarosz

May 25, 2014

Conor Oberst

w/special guests Dawes

Tickets go on sale 2/14 at noon!

May 30, 2014

The Head and the Heart

June 4, 2014

The Old 97s

w/Lyndia Loveless

June 6, 2014

Ray LaMontagne

w/The Belle Brigade

June 10, 2014

Dr. Dog

w/The Districts

June 19, 2014

Sharon Van Etten

June 30, 2014

Neko Case with special guest Laura Veirs

w/Laura Viers

Tickets on sale Friday, March 7th at 10am

July 9, 2014

Yonder Mountain String Band

w/Railroad Earth

July 9, 2014

Yonder Mountain String Band and Railroad Earth

July 18, 2014

Lord Huron

July 18, 2014

Lord Huron

Lord Huron is a musical and visual project created by Ben Schneider. Originally a solo project, collaborators now include Mark Barry (percussion, vocals), Miguel Briseno (bass, percussion) and Tom Renaud (guitar, vocals). Ben Schneider was born in Michigan and started playing music as a child, on his father's acoustic guitar. The senior Schneider wasn't a musician by trade, but he had learned a bit during his downtime on ships in the Navy. Schneider's father would bring the instrument out from time to time most often on summer nights around the campfire up on Lake Huron to strum and hum the songs he knew. After learning the basics, Schneider began his formal training in the school orchestra. He played upright bass and fiddled with many other instruments, both acoustic and electric, and began recording original music on a four-track cassette machine. (Mr. Smalls)

July 23, 2014

Camera Obscura

With nearly four years having passed since their 4AD debut, My Maudlin Career, Camera Obscura’s new album, Desire Lines will be released on June 4th (3rd in UK/EU). Desire Lines, was recorded last December when the band decamped to Portland to work with GRAMMY nominated producer Tucker Martine (R.E.M., Spoon, My Morning Jacket) and pleased with the progress they made there, they returned a month later to finish it. Tracyanne Campbell from the band, “Of all our records this was pretty much the most challenging to write, partly because of the situation we found ourselves in with having to take such a long and uncertain amount of time out, but also because it would be record number five and we were getting harder and harder to please."