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Third Thursdays at WYEP: Grand Piano

Grand Piano plays WYEP's Third Thursday on Febuary 20th, 2014.

Nick Waterhouse on The Morning Mix

Nick Waterhouse talks to Cindy Howes on The Morning Mix.

Interview with Jessi Zazu of Those Darlins

Jessi Zazu, frontwoman for Those Darlins, talks about the band's latest album, Blur The Line with Cindy Howes on The Morning Mix.

San Fermin Interview

San Fermin is the latest musical outlet for Ellis Ludwig-Leone.  Joey Spehar of The Morning Mix spoke with Ludwig-Leone about his ambitious new album.

WYEP's Celebration of The Beatles' First Appearance in America

On the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' historic first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show, WYEP's Mike Sauter presents a special hour-long program celebrating the occasion with interviews...

Live & Direct with The Hold Steady

The Hold Steady in the WYEP Studios on February 4, 2014

Guest DJ Ironman Bill Palermo

Bill Palermo is an Ironman Triathlete who uses music as a way to motivate himself and others in his training.  Coach Palermo recently shared some of his favorite motivational music with Joey Spehar on The Morning Mix.

Live & Direct with Phosphorescent

Phosphorescent in the WYEP Studios on January 31, 2014.

Live & Direct with John Gorka

John Gorka in the WYEP Studios on January 30th, 2014

Live & Direct with Damien Jurado

Damien Jurado at the WYEP Studios on January 28th, 2014. 

GRAMMY Review with Scott Tady

Scott Tady - Entertainment Editor from The Beaver County Times - joined Joey Spehar on The Morning Mix to make sense of the 2014 GRAMMY Awards.

Live & Direct with Corey Harris, Alvin Youngblood Hart and Guy Davis

Guy Davis, Corey Harris & Alvin Youngblood Hart in the WYEP Studios on January 25, 2014.

Interview with Todd Snider of Hard Working Americans

Joey Spehar of the Morning Mix was recently spoke with Todd Snider of Hard Working Americans about the band's debut album. 

Dark Sisters Composer Nico Muhly Guest DJ Set

Composer Nico Muhly is making his Pittsburgh Opera debut with Dark Sisters. Muhly doesn't work in opera exclusively, though.  His orchestrations can be heard in songs by Grizzly Bear, Jonsi, and Usher to name a few.  Muhly shared some of his work with Joey Spehar of The...

Alex Dezen of The Damnwells: New Solo EPs and Future Damnwells LP

Alex Dezen, frontman for The Damnwells, talks to Cindy Howes about his new Bedhead EPs, future Damnwells plans and Justin Bieber. 

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra pays Tribute to John Williams

PSO Conductor Lawrence Loh talks to Cindy Howes about the music of John Williams.

Greensky Bluegrass Interview

Joey Spehar of The Morning Mix recently spoke with Mike Devol - bassist for Greensky Bluegrass - about the band's new album, cool covers, and what it's like to be in a band without a drummer.

Third Thursdays at WYEP: Nightly Standard

Nightly Standard performs at Third Thursdays, WYEP's local music happy hour on January 16, 2014.

Rhett Miller Interview

Rhett Miller of The Old 97s has been working on plenty of new music.  He caught up with Joey Spehar recently on The Morning Mix.

Tamiah Bridgett Zumba Guest DJ

Tamiah Bridgett, Zumba Fitness instructor, shares some songs she plays in her Zumba class with Cindy Howes on The Morning Mix.

Live & Direct with Lucius

Lucius in the WYEP Studios on January, 16th 2014.

20th Anniversary of Harry Nilsson's Death

Everybody’s talkin’ about Harry Nilsson. Especially today. Joey Spehar of The Morning Mix was joined by Grammy-winning record producer and musician Aaron Luis Levinson.

Live & Direct with Ha Ha Tonka

Ha Ha Tonka in the WYEP Studios.  Air Date: January 13, 2014.

Jesse Novak's Training Playlist

Jesse Novak - host of The Roots & Rhythm Mix on WYEP - is always on the move.  Jesse played Guest DJ on The Morning Mix and selected some great songs for running.

"The Times They Are A-Changin'" Turns 50

Bob Dylan's album "The Times They Are A-Changin'" was released 50 years ago.  Joey Spehar of The Morning Mix talked about the significance of this album with local singer and songwriter Mark Dignam.