WBGU-FM and WFAL are collaborating to host the Frost Bite 5k again this year!
The race will be held on December 12, 2015 on the Bowling Green State University Campus with a start location at the Perry Field House.
Pre-Registration: You can pre-register online for $10 a runner HERE. The $10 fee will include a long sleeve race t-shirt!
Day-of-Race Registration: $15 dollars a runner
Day of Race: Packet pick up and day of registration will start at 8am at the Perry Field House. The race will start promptly at 9am and end at 11am.
We hope to see everyone there to take part in supporting college radio!
The 2014 fall taping schedule was surreal. We worked with so many classy bands and we cannot wait to put the music out there for you to hear and see. Be on the lookout for Season 3 as it is coming to WBGU-TV in February. Check local listings for exact schedule.
We welcome Open Mike Eagle to Live Wire on December 3, 2015. One of the hottest indie hip-hop acts on the national scene. Get Tickets
We were officially licensed on November 29, 1951. We’ve been mixing it up ever since. Thanks for listening.
Here are the latest picks from your friends at High Voltage! ENJOY!
The Last Internationale
The merger of folk, rock, punk and blues with an air of protestation for righteous reasons brings us to the Last Internationale, a New York City trio formed of Delila Paz (vox, bass), Edgey (guitar) and Fernando Silva (drums). With a sound that’s raw and strong, smacks of being socially awake and challenging the status quo by way of rock and roll (and isn’t that what rock and roll is supposed to do?), the Last International are refreshingly irony-free and substantive: probably because they don’t miss the musical plot that. Now what we have here is TLI shining on a cover song: the Buffy Saint-Marie classic “Cod’ine” which Saint-Marie wrote about her experience recovering from her addiction to codeine.OFFICIAL SITE FACEBOOK TWITTER
Brothers Sam and Casey Harris along with friends Noah Feldshuh and Adam Levin source everything from the Staples Singers to the Stooges to Ginuwine to hip hop to fashion their seriously groove-based music. If you could actually taste music, which I totally believe is possible, you could file Brooklyn-based X Ambassadors under “thick and delicious”; it’s full of texture and feeling, often swells into bombastic territory with lyrics that speak from many places of the heart. On Tuesday May 7th they released their 6-song EP, Love Songs Drug Songs, which had some serious production assistance from Alex da Kid and some guy named Dan Reynolds (yes that Dan from Imagine Dragons).
His proper name is Gareth Daley but this British soul singer of the blue-eyed variety simply goes by Daley. Embracing all that is romantic, sexy, laid back and groovalicious about r&b and neo-soul and lacing it with a little pop, Daley’s music breakthrough came in 2010 when he provided guest vocals on the Gorillaz song “Doncamatic.” Since then he’s produced and released the EP Those Who Wait in 2012, toured with and supported the likes of Emeli Sande and Jessie J and been one of the UK’s rising stars in a new wave of neo soul. He’s currently working on a full album but for now from the Those Who Wait EP here’s “Game Over.”