Audio Specials

Rosanne Cash playlist curated by Rosemary Welsch

In honor of Rosanne Cash's performance in Pittsburgh, Rosemary Welsch shares some of her favorites on The Morning Mix with Cindy Howes. 

Coffeehouse Conversations: Jeremy Caywood

Singer-Songwriter, Jeremy Caywood stops by for a Coffeehouse Conversation w/ Adam Kukic. They discuss Jeremy's new album OVER AND UNDER, as well as music that matters to Jeremy, including songs from The Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, Bright Eyes, & The Mountain Goats.

Generation Listen Pittsburgh Podcast Panel

Generation Listen Pittsburgh Podcast Panel on November 15th, 2017 with Criminal (In)Justice's Josh Raulerson, WESA's Megan Harris, WYEP's Antonio Licon, The CONTEXT's Alex Woodring + Drinking Partners, Day Bracey & Ed Bailey. 

WYEP's Tribute to Leon Russell

A tribute to Leon Russell, the writer of songs like "A Song For you" and "Delta Lady," died on November 13, 2016, at age 74. 

WYEP's Tribute to Leonard Cohen

A one-hour tribute to the legendary Leonard Cohen who died on November 7th, 2016.

Coffeehouse Conversations: Clinton Clegg (The Commonheart)

Clinton Clegg (of The Commonheart) joins Adam Kukic for Coffeehouse Conversations - Clinton talks about The Commonheart's new album GROWN, as well as music that matters to him, including songs by Van Morrison, Al Green, and Lee Fields & The Expressions.

Coffeehouse Conversations: LoFi Delphi (Becki Gallagher & Andrew Belsick

For our very first Halloween-edition of Coffeehouse Conversations, we welcome Becki Gallagher and Andrew Belsick of LoFi Delphi - guest DJ picks include songs by Screamin' Jay Hawkins, The Ramones and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds.

Guest DJ: Eric Krasno

Eric Krasno, guitarist and founding member of Soulive and Lettuce, recently released a solo album called Blood From A Stone - his first to feature his own singing.

WYEP Listener Roundtable: Elton John's 'Madman Across The Water'

For the 45th anniversary of Elton Johns's album Madman Across The Water, WYEP held a Listeners' Roundtable to discuss the album, its legacy, and its songs. Our listeners for this conversation included Greg DuttonMax Somerville and Andy Mulkerin. Our moderator was&nbsp

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