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The Burger Records Revolution: Today on WMSE’s Zero Hour

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California-based Burger Records has declared today (Friday, March 8th) to be ‘Burger Revolution’ day, where scores of Burger Records-based artists are featured in shows and on radio programs across North American and Europe. WMSE is taking part by hosting an all-Burger Records show on Andy Turner’s Zero Hour program today from 12pm until 3pm CST. Tune in to catch some of your favorite Burger Records artists and find some new ones. Burger alumni include: Davila 666, Jaill, John Wesley Coleman III, Dwarves, Hunx & His Punx, Thee Oh Sees, OFF!, The Sufis, Outrageous Cherry, Soviet, Ty Segall and Box Elders, among many, many others. Go here to see the complete world-wide lineup and find the details on WMSE’s own Milwaukee shindig. Post-show, the Zero Hour blog will have the complete playlist to check out, too.

Sean Bohrman of Burger is very excited to have WMSE be a part of this event — he writes: “Got a radio show??? Present an hour of Burger music and we’ll hype it with the Burger Revolution!!! WMSE 91.7FM in Milwaukee is!!! Hit us up at burgerrecords@gmail.com!!!”. We hope you can listen, Sean! Here are the quick details:

MILWAUKEE, WI
VENUE: 91.7 FM WMSE / Zero Hour radio program
ADDRESS: www.wmse.org
BANDS: Three hours of Burger bands!
START TIME: 12pm CST – 3pm CST
PRICE: FREE
AGES: All Ages

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This entry was published on March 8, 2013 at 1:39 pm. It’s filed under Local Music, new music, shows, WMSE programming and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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