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WMSE is Proud to Present ‘Live at WMSE Volume 13’


We’re proud to introduce Live at WMSE Volume 13. This collection of songs recorded at WMSE in the Bob and Genie Friedman Live Performance and Recording Studio primarily features touring acts with a few exceptional local band recordings from the past year or so:

1.” Same Old Song”, Revolush

2. “Cut And Run”, Familiar Looking Strangers (previously unreleased track)

3. “Miss Watson”, Semi-Twang

4. “North Side Gal”, JD McPherson

5. “The Red Red Dirt Of Home”, Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires

6. “Willie Mays Is Up At Bat”, Chuck Prophet

7. “American”, BoDeans

8. “Wrong Side of Love”, Waco Brothers & Paul Burch

9. “Rise Ye Sunken Ships”, We Are Augustines (previously unreleased track)

10. “Tip It Over”, Little Barrie

11. “Hit Me Up”, The Delphines

12. “Wild Desire”, King Tuff

13. “Blind Truth”, Mutts

14. “Evergreen”, Field Report

15. “Everything Wrong”, Martha Wainwright

Volume 13 will be available starting on Friday, June 14th, yours with a $30.00 donation to WMSE. Why June 14th? On June 14th, from 7am – 8pm, we’ll be holding a 13-hour drive to raise the shortfall from the spring membership drive. We need to raise $13,000 in 13 hours in order to reach the spring membership goal of $120,000. If you’re the impatient type, DONATE NOW to help get us there!

This entry was published on June 6, 2013 at 12:42 pm. It’s filed under General, in-studios, Local Live, Local Music, new music, Previews, WMSE programming and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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