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WYEP Studio Session: Mason Jennings

Mason Jennings in the WYEP Studio on June 17, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: Richard Hell

Richard Hell in the WYEP Studio on May 26, 2006.

WYEP Studio Session: Laura Viers

Laura Veirs in the WYEP Studio on May 19, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: Sonya Kitchell

Sonya Kitchell in the WYEP Studio on May 16, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: Thomas Dolby

Thomas Dolby in the WYEP Studio on May 11, 2006.

WYEP Studio Session: They Might Be Giants

They Might Be Giants in the WYEP Studio on May 10, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: Greg Joseph

Greg Joseph in the WYEP Studios on May 3, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: The Weepies

The Weepies performed at the WYEP Studios on May, 1 2006

WYEP Studio Session: Kris Delmhorst

Kris Delmhorst in the WYEP Studio on April 20, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: KT Tunstall

KT Tunstall in the WYEP Studio on April 20, 2006.

WYEP Studio Session: Ashton Allen

Ashton Allen in the WYEP Studios on April 17th, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: Rhett Miller

Rhett Miller in the WYEP Studio on April 14, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: Shawn Mullins

Shawn Mullins in the WYEP Studio on April 12, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: West Indian Girl

West Indian Girl at the WYEP Studios on April 11, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: Good Brother Earl

Good Brother Earl in the WYEP Studios on April 7, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: The Avett Brothers

The Avett Brothers perform in WYEP Studios on March 31, 2006

Discumentary: Roxy Music "Avalon"

English art-rock band, Roxy Music, released it’s 8th and last studio album in 1982. “Avalon” featured sophisticated production,complex melodies, and Bryan Ferry’s soulful crooning. The album was the band’s only platinum U.S. release and produced the hit single, “More Than This.”

Discumentary: Steve Earle "Guitar Town"

Steve Earle's 1986 debut was hailed by critics as an instant classic. Earle's writing style incorporated elements of Townes Van Zandt's mournful ballads and Springsteen's depictions of small town life.

Dawes - From A Window Seat

Discumentary: X "Los Angeles"

Narrative songs and harmonies gave the band X an edge in the Los Angeles punk music scene. Produced by Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek, Los Angeles includes a cover of Jim Morrison's "Soul Kitchen."

Discumentary: Sinead O'Connor "I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got"

I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got is O'Connor's sophomore album and the follow up to 1987's The Lion and the Cobra. Her hit song Nothing Compares to you, written by Prince helped propel her to stardom. It was her no-nonsense approach of the album influenced several female singer-songwriters from...

Discumentary: Pearl Jam "Vs."

Eddie Vedder and Company were coping with the new found fame from their debut album when they recorded this follow-up. This album sealed them a hardcore fan base with seven of its twelve songs becoming hits.

Discumentary: The Cranberries "Everybody else is doing it, So Why Can't We?"

The Cranberries formed in Limerick, Ireland in 1990, and three years later they had their first of many Top 10 hits. The band's sound is defined by the vocals of Dolores O'Riordan, who co-writes the songs with bass player Noel Hogan.

Discumentary: Curtis Mayfield "Super Fly"

Curtis Mayfield's soundtrack to the 1972 blaxploitation film "Superfly" is considered to be a classic. It was also a huge commercial success and set a new standard for film soundtracks.

2009 Local Year in Review Show

Cindy Howes spotlights the best Pittsburgh local music from 2009.

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