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The Red Western On The Morning Mix

Joey Spehar talks to Lauren DeLorenze and Jay Leon on the Morning Mix.

Gathering Field Reunites!

Bill Deasy talks to Cindy Howes about The Gathering Field officially reuniting! 

Live & Direct with Dr. Dog

Dr. Dog visits the WYEP Studios on 11/1/13

The Devil Makes Three on The Morning Mix

Pete Bernhard, frontman for The Devil Makes Three, talks to Cindy Howes about the new album I'm a Stranger Here.

Live & Direct with Toad the Wet Sprocket

Toad the Wet Sprocket visits the WYEP Studios on 11/12/13

Andy Partridge of XTC turns 60

Andy Partridge, main singer and songwriter of XTC, turns 60 years old. Mike Sauter and Cindy Howes pay tribute to the New Waver on The Morning Mix. 

Johnny Marr on The Morning Mix

Johnny Marr talks to WYEP's Production Director Brian Siewiorek about his first solo album, The Messenger on The Morning Mix.

Bethany Cosentino of Best Coast on The Morning Mix

Bethany Cosentino of the California duo Best Coast talks to Cindy Howes on the Morning Mix about their new mini album Fade Away.

Joni Mitchell 70th Birthday On The Morning Mix

Rosemary Welsch and Cindy Howes talk about Joni Mitchell on the songwriter's 70th birthday.

Eric Pulido of Midlake on The Morning Mix

Cindy Howes spoke with new Midlake frontman, Eric Pulido about their new record, Antiphon.

WYEP's Artists Tribute to Lou Reed

When Lou Reed died on October 27th, he left behind a legacy of great songs. In tribute, we offer an hour of Reed's songs as covered by other artists, plus a few originals.  Featuring: R.E.M., David Bowie, Peter Gabriel, U2, Cat Power, Nirvana and many more. Hosted by Brian Siewiorek.

Marshall Crenshaw on The Morning Mix

Marshall Crenshaw dropped by The Morning Mix to play a song from his new EP.

Scott Simmons of Scarehouse Halloween Guest DJ

In honor of Halloween, Scott Simmons (Creative Director for Scarehouse in Pittsburgh) brought in some spooky songs for his Guest DJ set.

American Originals: Lou Reed

American Originals is WYEP's monthly series devoted to essential American artists and their music. This episode is on the career of Lou Reed. From the Velvet Underground to his solo...

Tribute To Lou Reed on The Morning Mix

The legendary poet, singer and musician Lou Reed died Sunday at the age of 71. Matt Wrbican, chief archivist at The Andy Warhol  museum in Pittsburgh shares his thoughts on Lou Reed, starting with his time in The Velvet Underground, when he first met Andy Warhol.

War of the Worlds 75th Anniversary Guest DJ Set

On the 75th anniversary of War Of The Worlds, Midnight Radio's Tami Dixon plays some fantastic War of The Worlds themed songs for her Guest DJ set.

Scott McMicken of Dr. Dog Guest DJ Set

Scott McMicken of Dr. Dog plays Guest DJ on The Morning Mix with Cindy Howes.

Juliana Hatfield on Minor Alps, new band with Matthew Caws

Juliana Hatfield talks to Cindy Howes on The Morning Mix about Minor Alps, her new project with Matthew Caws of Nada Surf.

Mason Jennings on The Morning Mix

Mason Jennings is releasing his latest studio album - Always Been - this November.  Joey Spehar of The Morning Mix spoke with Jennings about his new album and the fact that Pittsburgh will always claim him as a Native Son.

Hawksley Workman Guest DJs on the Morning Mix

Hawksley Workman joins Cindy Howes for a Guest DJ set on the Morning Mix.

Patty Griffin's Lost Album Silver Bell

Billy Beard, Patty Griffin's percussionist on her Silver Bell album, talks to Cindy Howes on about the newly released, fomerly lost recording.

Tribute to Van Morrison's Moondance

In honor of Moondance's deluxe reissue, Local singer and Irish-born singer, Mark Dignam, talked more about the greatness of Van Morrison's 1970 masterpiece with Morning Mix host, Cindy Howes.

Remembering Elliott Smith

On the 10th anniversary of his death, Joey Spehar of The Morning Mix and Andy Cook of The Block Party discuss the life, music, and legacy of Elliott Smith.

Third Thursdays at WYEP: Steven Foxbury

Steven Foxbury performs at WYEP's local music happy hour on October 17, 2013.

Discumentary: Sigur Rós "Með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust"

Translated to "With A Buzz in Our Ears We Play Endlessly", Sigur Rós' 5th album was one of many changes.  They developed it with a different process, recorded it outside of their home country of Iceland, with a different producer.  The result is one of their more happy sounding...

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