We won't be taken down by those dorks! If you listen online, you can do that at soundtap, but, actually, we don't really care that much about winning the contest.
All we care about is giving college radio the all out war it's always wanted. What better place to start than between Ann Arbor and Boston.
They might have Aerosmith, but we have Iggy Pop. They might have the New Kids on the Block, but we have Robert Ashley.
The Hentchmen with Kelly Jean Caldwell (Presented by WCBN and METAL, Sponsored by Ann Arbor State Bank)
WCBN and METAL present The Hentchmen and Kelly Jean Caldwell.
Thanks in part to Ann Arbor State Bank, this show is free!
Organized by UM students for UM students, the 5th annual Student Late Night event at UMMA will be a fun-filled, late-night creative explosion. LOVE ART MORE will feature hands-on art making activities, original performances, swinging sounds courtesy of WCBN DJs, a photo booth, free food, and more. This is sure to be an arty extravaganza you won't want to miss!
For the makers and doers - LOVE ART MORE is also a larger participatory project which invites UM students to explore, animate and broaden their relationship to art and to UMMA - in other words, to get creative! Visit our website for the list of things to make and do. Everyone is invited to get involved! http://www.umma.umich.edu/loveartmore
Hosted by the UMMA Student Programming and Advisory Council, cosponsored by Arts at Michigan and WCBN.
WCBN 88.3FM Ann Arbor and SEMJA Present Planet D Nonet: Sun Ra 100th Birthday Concert
Thanks to Jerusalem Garden for providing the band with food!
Friday, April 4, 7 – 10 pm
In honor of jazz legend Sun Ra’s 100th Birthday and Jazz Appreciation Month, WCBN presents an evening of space jazz at UMMA featuring award-winning Detroit band Planet D Nonet. Founded by drummer RJ Spangler & trumpeter James O’Donnell, two eastside Detroit based musicians who’ve been playing together for over 30 years. The Nonet features players from such venerated groups as the Sun Messengers, Bon Ton Roule' and Johnnie Bassett & the Blues Insurgents as well as some talented young veterans. This phenomenal group can transition from scene to scene, playing the classic swing music of Ellington & Strayhorn, Fletcher Henderson, Count Basie & Benny Carter as well as more modern jazz by Sun Ra and Pharoah Saunders, and always with a Detroit twist and an eye toward turning people on to jazz music.
This event is co-sponsored by UMMA and the Southeast Michigan Jazz Association (SEMJA).