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CFBG + WUAG Bid Rocking Farewell to Summer

Sep 6th, 2012 | By

ShareTweetDespite hurricanes, giant orb-weaver spiders, and other regrettable aspects of the prologue of Autumn, Greensboro is still throwing down. WUAG 103.1 FM and Campaign for a Better Greensboro (CFBG) are co-presenting a can’t-miss show at The Blind Tiger to bid summer adieu. Jaill of Sub Pop Records, an indie pop band hailing from Milwaukee, is
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Podcast: Avant on Air 6/14 Artsy Fartsy

Jun 22nd, 2012 | By

ShareTweetArtsy Fartsy.  Here’s our show from 6/14 with:  Mo Kessler of Glenwood Coffee and Books talking about her interesting take on art, and working with Al Brilliant at Glenwood Cofffee.   Jessica Pennell, a.k.a. Little P, talking about art and music and school and Suzanne Stafford, and playing live for us in the studio.  Crystal
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Avant on Air

May 10th, 2012 | By
Avant On Air

ShareTweetTonight marks the first night of Avant on Air, Avant Greensboro’s radio counterpart. It’ll be on WUAG from 7-9PM and this will be a regular occurrence. This week, it’ll be me (Avalon), Rae, Katei, and Keith spinnin’ tunes and talking to you about issues, music, and more happenings in Greensboro. Tonight’s featured guests are Ed
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A Look Back With Matt Northrup As He Says ‘Wassup!’ To Summer and Charlottesville

Apr 27th, 2012 | By
Matt Northrup

ShareTweetThis week I had a correspondence with current WUAG music director and Full Spectrum Records artist Matt Northrup. He touched on a number of things from his bands (Casual Curious, Hidden Lake Park, Ruler, and Mutant League), solo work, and his upcoming move to Charlottesville. He also shared a wonderful retrospective of his time in
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Controlling Energy: A Declamatory Interview with Bootz Durango

Mar 8th, 2012 | By

ShareTweetEvery Wednesday on our ride to work, Keith Warther (who is kind enough to take me to work) and I listen to Bootz Durango’s radio show on WUAG. I found this DJ so unique and interesting that I decided to look him up on the interwebs. What I found was a plethora of highly entertaining
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