A few years ago, an article was written for Dickinson’s Sirena Journal that gives a detailed look at WDCV’s resident Jazz DJ, Bob Zieff. Did you know he is a famous jazz composer who has composed for jazz greats like Chet Baker? You will recognize his soft, paced voice when listening to his show, Jazz Pathways, Sundays from 12-2pm. The following is only an excerpt from the article but the entire thing can be read here.
People are always complaining that there aren’t any good shows or events in the area. Well, this list proves them wrong….
9/8-Abbey Bar (21 & over) – Harrisburg We Were Promised Jet Packs
9/14 Carlisle Theatre – Josh Ritter
9/22 Hershey-Farm Aid
10/4 Abbey Bar (21 & over) – Harrisburg Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
10/24 Whitaker Center-Harrisburg- Henry Rollins – Spoken Word
Almost a week ago now, I had the chance to see ever-energetic and delightful Avett Brothers perform in concert. I had yet to see them live, and after hearing wonderful things and crying over the online ticket purchase only briefly, I was able to see them in all their bearded glory.
Despite the kind of monotonous and nap inducing opener Jessica Lea Mayfield, The Avett Brothers came on with “Will You Return” and it was like a bomb went off in the pavilion (in a good way). Everyone was dancing, even the dads in their lawn chairs with beer sloshing everywhere. It was a hot and humid night, but halfway through their set it started drizzling slightly, and it was practically a scene from Singing in the Rain.
The set list in its entirety is below:
1) Will You Return
2) Traveling Song (slow)
3) Down With The Shine
4) Love Like the Movies
5) January Wedding
7) At the Beach
8) Head Full of Doubt/Road Full of Promise
9) Live & Die
10) Laundry Room
11) Sally’s Lover
13) Closer Walk
14) The Fall
16) Go to Sleep
17) Kick Drum Heart
18) Slight Figure Of Speech
19) Please Pardon Yourself (slow)
21) And it Spread
22) Talk on Indolence
This band is amazing because whenever they play their songs live, they always seem to change some of the lyrics. After stalking the forums on the band’s website after the show, I even found some live recordings so all of you avid fans can watch for yourself. Included is the recording of their new song “Live and Die” set to be released on their new album which comes out in September.
Will You Return
Down with the Shine
Live and Die
Just A Closer Walk With Thee
Please Pardon Yourself
For more pictures from the concert you can see them on one of the photographer’s facebook here:
THIS SATURDAY, November 12th, WDCV is crazy-excited to present…
The Almost-Acoustic Showcase of Musical Talent
What is it, you ask? How would you feel about an all-night, 100% free concert featuring five, count ’em, FIVE kick-ass bands? Because, that, my friends, is exactly what it is.
You’ll hear from Wild Horse and Video 54, two bands comprising current Dickinsonians and resident Carlislians.
You’ll hear from Trunks and Tales, a one-man acoustic troubadour from Harrisburg.
You’ll hear from Scott Pine and the Conifers, indie goodness from Bethlehem, PA
And you’ll hear from the ever-popular Ton Taun, the official partially-bearded band of WDCV.
And it’s all for free and free for all THIS SATURDAY.
Doors open at 7 pm at The Depot, the show kicks off at 8 pm. There’ll be great music, cool people, light refreshments, WDCV merch, and an awesome atmosphere. Free and open to anyone, Dickinson students and non-students alike, so bring your mom! Bring everyone, because it’s going to be a damned good time.
Here’s how it’s gonna go down:
7 pm: Depot doors open
8 pm: Video 54
8:45: Scott Pine and the Conifers
9:30: Wild Horse
10:30: Trunks and Tales
11:00: Ton Taun
You can pick up some WDCV swag, merch from the artists, plus water and lemonade. But the show itself is totally free.
The Depot is located on the Dickinson College campus right next to the Kline Athletic Center, on Cherry Street in between High and Louther Streets.
It doesn’t get any better, and it doesn’t get any cheaper, so we hope to see you all there! Until then, rock and roll and don’t lose your cred!
With much love,
All your favorite folks here at WDCV
I was trolling around looking for shows in an hour+ radius of Carlisle so I thought I would share my findings.
Thu. 3/17/11 – Henry Rollins – Whitaker Center
Sun 3/27/11 – The Wood Brothers- Abbey Bar – Appalachian Brewing Company
Fri 4/1/11 – The Joy Formidable – The Abbey Bar- Appalachian Brewing Company
Sat 04/02 – Mike Doughty – The Abbey Bar-Appalachian Brewing Company
Thu 5/26/11 – The Queers – The Spy Club
Wed 03/30/11 – Miami Horror – Messiah College
Sun. 3/26/11 – The Mountain Goats – Strand Capital Performing Arts Center
Tue 03/15/11 – The Adicts – Ottobar
Sun 04/10/11 – TV On The Radio – Rams Head Live!
Fri 04/15/11 – Acid Mother’s Temple – Ottobar
Wed 04/20/11 – Iron & Wine – Rams Head Live!
Wed 04/27/11 – Rise Against & Bad Religion – Rams Head Live!
Thu 04/28/11 – The Smith Westerns – Ottobar
Wed 05/11/11 – …and you will know us by the trail of dead w/Surfer Blood – Ottobar
Fri 05/13/11 – Social Distortion – Rams Head Live!
Tue 05/17/11 – Danzig – Bourbon Street
Wed 06/01/11 – Matt and Kim w/The Thermals – Rams Head Live!
Scarlet Fever — Every Thursday from 12 to 2 pm.
Tune in for delightful music snobbery and lots of songs that no one listens to.
Outside the box is on the air Fridays from noon to 1 pm. Playing an eclectic array of tunes from all genres (except country) there is something for everyone!
President Durden has returned to WDCV! The Ask President Durden Show airs every Thursday from 12-1pm. New episodes air on a monthly basis.