Music Mix

August 12, 2012

Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings

Part of the Allegheny County Summer Concert Series

August 17, 2012

Mike Doughty

Part of the Allegheny County Summer Concert Series

August 19, 2012

Hometown Music Fest

Part of the Allegheny County Summer Concert Series
Featuring New Shouts and Joy Ike

September 29, 2012

Joe Crookston SongSpace Presents

November 17, 2012

Brad Leftwich & Linda Higginbotham SongSpace Presents

May 4, 2013

Re(imagiNATION): The Sound of Pittsburgh's Future

Check out the future of Pittsburgh's music and arts scene at Re(imagiNATION) on Saturday, May 4 at Schenley Plaza.

Teens from WYEP's Re(imagine) Media, our youth-led media and advocacy program, are organizing the music and arts festival showcasing high school talent. The free concert starts at 4 p.m.



The Options: Shannon Drew, Jake Leya, Matt Bauman and Zack Leya.  

Dustin Carpenter: Dustin Carpenter, Darius Hays, Griffin Epps and Brandon Agguire.

Lawrence White 

The Actions: Neil McGuire, Marty Slovonic, Gavin Carnahan and Luke Padezan.

Basement Party: Billy Simmons, Derek Kalanish, Ethan Gottschall, Jake Krepley, and Cal Tarasi. 



Alisa Pugacheva

Dennis Doyle

Dan Winter

Shelby Huebner

Alicia Mastroianni

Kayla Jade Keefer

Gianna Caparelli

Sarah Trobee

Katherine Mills

Hannah Shoemaker


Music judges: 

Carrie Battle

Brian McLeod

Luqmon Abdus-Salaam

Art judges: 

Diego Byrnes

Pierce Marratto

Jody Shell


Re(imagine) Media brings together high school students interested in media creation to work on the projects they care most about. Students have worked on videos, concert and album reviews and podcasts. Re(imagiNATION) started as a way to give high schoolers a platform to showcase their art and music and to give the Re(imagine) Media students practice with event planning.



October 1, 2013

Ninth Annual Voices Carry

A true Pittsburgh rock concert featuring over 20 performances! Join local music celebrities in support of Auberle’s at-risk children and families. Mingle, dance and rock with some of Pittsburgh’s greats. Performances by Donnie Iris, Joe Grushecky, Etta Cox, Scott Blasey of The Clarks, Jeff Jimerson, Chris Higbee, Rick Witkowski, Vanessa Campagna and more! 

December 7, 2013

Bruce Cockburn

Bruce Cockburn has always been a restless spirit. Over the course of four decades, the celebrated Canadian artist has traveled to the corners of the earth out of humanitarian concerns—often to trouble spots experiencing events that have led to some of his most memorable songs. Going up against chaos, even if it involves grave risks, can be necessary to get closer to the truth.

January 6, 2014 to March 5, 2014

Block Party 2013 Top 50

1 Daft Punk Get Lucky Random Access Memories
2 Vampire Weekend Unbelievers Modern Vampires of the City
3 Lorde Royals Pure Heroine
4 Franz Ferdinand Right Action Right Thoughts Right Words…
5 Tame Impala Feels Like We Only Go Backwards Lonerism
6 Capital Cities Safe and Sound In A Tidal Wave Of Mystery
7 Portugal The Man Purple Yellow Red & Blue Evil Friends
8 Cayucas High School Lover Bigfoot
9 Neko Case Man The Worse Things Get…
10 Edward Sharpe & Magnetic Zeros That's What's Up Self Titled
11 The National Sea of Love Trouble Will Find Me
12 Haim The Wire Days Are Gone
13 Jake Bugg Lightning Bolt Jake Bugg
14 Johnny Marr Upstarts The Messenger
15 Yeah Yeah Yeahs Sacrilege Mosquito
16 Father John Misty Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings Fear Sun
17 Alt J BreezeBlocks An Awesome Wave
18 Django Django Default Self Titled
19 Grizzly Bear Yet Again Shields
20 Telekinesis Power Lines Dormarion
21 The Lumineers Submarine Self Titled
22 Vampire Weekend Diane Young Modern Vampires of the City
23 Divine Fits Would That Not Be Nice A Thing Called Divine Fits
24 Of Monsters and Men King and The Lionheart My Head Is An Animal
25 Tegan & Sara Goodbye Goodbye Hearthrob
26 Mikal Cronin Weight MCII
27 Passion Pit Love Is Greed Gossamer
28 Sigur Ros Brennisteinn Kveikur
29 Unknown Mortal Orchestra So Good Being In Trouble II
30 Yo La Tengo Ohm Fade  
31 Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Let The Day Begin Specter at the Feast
32 Major Lazer Get Free Free The Universe
33 Janelle Monae feat. Erykah Badu Q.U.E.E.N. The Electric Lady
34 Lissie Shameless Back To Forever
35 Cults I Can Hardly Make You Mine Static
36 Serena Ryder Stompa Harmony
37 Atoms For Peace Default Amok
38 Chvrches The Mother We Share The Bones of What You Believe
39 Queens Of The Stone Age My God Is The Sun …Like Clockwork
40 Phoenix Entertainment Bankrupt!
41 Beach House Other People Bloom
42 Lorde Team Pure Heroine
43 Dum Dum Girls Lord Knows End of Daze
44 Phosphorescent Song For Zula Muchacho
45 Toro Y Moi So Many Details Anything In Return
46 Foxygen San Francisco We Are the 21st Century Am…
47 James Blake Retrograde Overgrown
48 The Mountain Goats Lakeside View Apartment Suite Tanscendental Youth
49 Alpine Gasoline A Is For Alpine
50 Man Man Head On On Oni Pond

February 2, 2014

WYEP's Alternative Souper Bowl: A Benefit for HEARTH

WYEP invites you to enjoy local music and help tackle hunger in our community at our 14th annual Alternative Souper Bowl, taking place on Sunday, February 2nd from Noon-3pm at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Main in Oakland. The Alternative Souper Bowl features a live broadcast with local artists. This year's performers include: Sleep Experiments, Townsppl and Triggers. Please bring a non-perishable donation for HEARTH, a local shelter for displaced women and their children.

This event is free and open to the public, and portions will be broadcast live on 91.3fm WYEP.

**Donation Needs at HEARTH**

Laundry detergent: high-efficiency
Diapers sizes 3 and up
Women's deodorant
Women's shaving cream
Maxi pads
Plastic wrap
Aluminum foil
Trash bags
Clorox wipes
Laundry detergent
Dish soap
Dryer sheets
Bathroom cleaners
Clorox cleaners
Window cleaner
Lysol or Pine Sol floor cleaner
Sponge mops

Salad dressing
Barbeque sauce
Pasta sauce
Canned pasta meals, like Spaghettios
Macaroni and cheese
Noodle sides
Rice sides
Granola and cereal bars
Fruit and pudding cups
Snack crackers
Cream of chicken soup
Cream of mushroom soup
Peanut butter

Many thanks to WYEP's Alternative Souper Bowl Sponsor, Dollar Bank!

April 9, 2015

Dan + Shay

April 11, 2015

Good Old War

May 4, 2015

Hawthorne Heights

May 8, 2015


June 20, 2015

The Rolling Stones

June 23, 2015

Barenaked Ladies, Violent Femmes, Colin Hay

September 12, 2015

Slightly Stoopid with The Expendables

December 10, 2015

WYEP Holiday Hootenanny

December 10, 2015 -- Stage AE -- Doors open 6:30

7:00 PM: The Early Mays
8:00 PM: The Hootenanny 

Tickets: $17 in advance |  $22 at the door

Enjoy Holiday classics performed by Pittsburgh musicians including Brooke Annibale, Bill Deasy,  Mark Dignam, Morgan Erina, Becki Gallagher, Casey Hanner, Craig King, Norm Nardini, Billy Price, Kai Roberts, Don Strange, Josh Verbanets Jakob's Ferry Stragglers: Gary Antol, Libby Eddy, Ed Croft, and Mitch Hall 
Chet Vincent & Molly Alphabet 
City Dwelling Nature Seekers: Michael McCormick & Lee Hintenlang
Jakob's Ferry Stragglers: Gary Antol, Libby Eddy, Ed Croft, Mitch Hall
The Wreckids: Scott Petersen & Sarah Siplak
Townsppl: Alex Stanton & Kiki Brown 

The Holiday Hootenanny House Band - Nathan Zoob, music director

Becki Gallagher - Keys | Jason Rafalak - Bass | Jake Hanner - Drums
Nate Insko - Trumpet | Ryan Booth - Sax 
Danny Rectenwald - Mandolin/Guitar

Bring a gift for a local veteran in need!

Gifts will be collected for Veterans' Leadership Project of Western Pennsylvania. Suggested gift items: gas cards, grocery cards, winter accessories (scarves, gloves, hats), towels (for kitchen or bath)