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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: Angelique Kidjo "Black Ivory Soul"

Throughout her career Angelique Kidjo has combined modern music styles with traditional African music. On “Black Ivory Soul”, Kidjo adds the sounds of Brazil. Some Brazilian artists perform on the album, including guitarist Vinicius Canturia. The album also features ?uestlove from the Roots and...

Dr. Dog - Lonesome

Discumentary: Ray Charles "Modern Sounds In Country And Western Music"

When Ray Charles set out to record an album of country songs, his record label though he was crazy. Charles proved them all wrong when "Modern Sounds in Country & Western Music", became a hit. It gave Charles the crossover success he needed, eventually making him a household name.

Discumentary: Rufus Wainwright "Poses"

Taking close to three years off between his debut album and Poses, this album features Rufus Wainwright with a soaring full band, and in scaled down acoustic numbers. His theatrical-style is enhanced with elements of opera, rock and electronica.

Discumentary: Coldplay "Parachutes"

Coldplay rose to stardom with their debut album. The British quartet redefined the Brit-rock sound. This album is not only appreciated by music fans, but by music critics as well.

When The Music's Over: A Tribute to the Civic Arena

WYEP takes a look at the history of the Civic Arena and its most memorable moments in its 50 year history.

Discumentary: Robert Plant and Allison Krauss "Raising Sand"

"Raising Sand" features the unlikely duet of Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant, and bluegrass queen Alison Krauss. It was the winner of 5 Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year.

Dawes "Things Happen"

Discumentary: Aimee Mann "Bachelor No. 2"

After Interscope rejected her album as not commercial enough Aimee Mann bought back the rights to her songs and in 2000 released it via the Internet. Its success led her to release it on her on SuperEgo label and helped inspire the film “Magnolia

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