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Fundraiser 2019: February 15th-24th

WCBN is already gearing up for its annual fundraiser! Our programming is only possible with the support of listeners in our community, and any donation of any amount will be greatly appreciated. New premia items and apparel are on the way, and we look forward to taking your pledge February 15th through February 24th!

WCBN Alum Dan Rosenberg is nominated for a Grammy

Dan Rosenberg was on the air in the late 1980's and has gone on to a long career in music. His latest effort has been nominated for a 2019 Grammy Award for Best World Music Album.

https://www.sixdegreesrecords.com/lost-songs-world-war-ii/

Yiddish Glory tells the remarkable story of folklorists in the Soviet Union who risked their lives collecting songs from Jewish Red Army soldiers, Jewish refugees, victims and survivors of Ukrainian ghettos. Following the war, the researchers were arrested by Stalin; their work was confiscated, and they died thinking the collection was lost to history. But the songs were later discovered in unmarked boxes stored in the basement of the Ukrainian National Library, and brought to life through painstaking research, for the first time in 75 years.

 

 

 

Crush Collision Animation

Be sure to take a look at the final animation project of WCBN's Jordan Stanton. In this video, a WCBN DJ plays for his first time on air for the Crush Collision Show.

Check it out at this link! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBEnFCipNg4&feature=youtu.be

After Hours Radio 5th Anniversary Show

Saturday January 12th: After Hours Radio will be having their 5th Anniversary Show in their hometown of Ann Arbor, Michigan. They will be sharing this special moment at Club Above with some of their favorite local acts: Stop Watch, Approachable Minorities, and Summer Like The Season.

Also, tune in to 88.3 FM 11am-12pm on the 11th to hear the band perform live and discuss the anniversary show on WCBN’s “Thank You I’m Sorry”.

More information can be found at https://www.facebook.com/events/307007789891599/

2018 Fall Program Guide

Our 2018 fall program guide is here!! Definitely be sure to check this out. It's complete with everything you need to know about what's going out over the airwaves this semester, and the artwork is ridiculous (in a good way). You can read it online or pick up a physical copy at the station.

Thanks to Sarah, Maggie, Sky, Kim, Petr, Jeremiah, and Noah who did an outstanding job putting this together!

88rising at Fillmore Review

Artists from the predominantly Asian and Asian-American collective, 88 Rising, performed at the Fillmore Saturday evening in Detroit. They delivered what their young fans were hoping a see--a raucous performance of trap-influenced rap music. The set-list included Rich Brian, Higher Brothers, Keith Ape, Niki, Kohn, August 08, and Don Krez. The concert opened with Don Krez who got the crowd hype with mainstream hip-hop spins. As the more popular acts performed, the crowd responded with their hands, hips, and feet. Keith Ape from Korea got the crowd going with his hit 'It G Ma.' Nikki was the one non-rap performer. Her vocals offered a welcomed change from the otherwise all-male acts. And the Higher Brothers from China kept it going with 'Made in China,' a song made popular largely from 88 Rising's reaction videos featuring more well-known artists such as Joey Purp, PNB Rock, and the Migos. The evening ended with Rich Brian, who hails from Indonesia. He ended the evening with the much-anticipated performance of Dat $tick. Overall, the set delivered what it intended to, hard-hitting hip-hop beats and a fresh set of performers that we seldom see in America.

-- Thông Phan

Photos by Maxwell Gigle 

Live Broadcast: EDGEFEST

Saturday, October 20th at 8pm: Tune into our live broadcast of the Art Ensemble of Chicago performing at Edgefest, Ann Arbor's annual avant­-garde jazz and creative new music festival!

Chicago-Out Kind of Town is the 22nd edition of this annual internationally acclaimed creative avant/jazz music festival presented by Kerrytown Concert House (KCH) each October. The four-day festival will have a unifying purpose: to celebrate and explore new music created by musicians whose artistry developed within the complex urban space of Chicago. A roster of distinguished ground-breaking performers/composers with their ensembles will illuminate the innovative role these artists have played in the avant/jazz world.

Join WCBN!

Now is a great chance to get involved at WCBN, the campus radio station of the University of Michigan! There is always work to be done around here, and the station has something for everyone!

If you're interested in becoming a DJ, come to one of our training sessions that take place every Sunday at 4pm. Our Training Director will show you the ropes, and you will get a feel for what it means to be a part of our community.

If you would like to help out in another capacity, visit our contact page and get in touch!

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