Breakfast Blend w/ Galaxy Girl
Galaxy Girl | 6:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m., Thursdays
Retro girl groups, local bands, French pop, international garage rock, Japanese punk, this decade, last decade, a multicultural and multigenre mix to get your energy flowing and start your day off right. Music from across the galaxy! Every Thursday morning from 6-8am right here on WRIR! Thanks for listening! You can find the most recent playlist here.
PS - If you enjoy the Thursday Breakfast Blend, you might also enjoy the Tuesday Blend with Anna G & Zoe, the Lotus Land Show, New Music Machine, and Paul's Boutique. If you're up late, check out Love and Other Crimes and Time is Tight. There's LOADS of great music here on WRIR!
Live performance today by GG Woody Harrelson! Here's some music that may or may not be performed. https://soundcloud.com/ggwoodyallin
TRIVIA : Did you know The Monkees' “As We Go Along” was written by Carole King and Toni Stern? It’s soooo pretty.
Good morning everybody! This morning I'm playing a lot of music that I only found out about BECAUSE of WRIR. If you've learned any music because of WRIR, please donate during our fund drive!
We have a special treat for you this morning, too! The SECOND of THREE weeks of live performances on the Thursday Breakfast Blend. This week we have Zoe Golden (Blue Rajas, I-Las) playing for you between 7 and 730am.
Join me this morning for lots of great music, including a LIVE STUDIO PERFORMANCE by REID (the FIRST EVER on myThursday Breakfast Blend!) He's got a new album that you can check out here: http://reiddd.bandcamp.com/releases Reid will be performing FRIDAY, April 17 at Gangway Gardens for an RRFP benefit!
Happy Riot Grrrl Day! If it’s good enough for Boston, it’s good enough for me!
Good Morning! Time to wake up and lift the veil of sleep!
Anna from Monday here filling in for Galaxy Girl this week. We did a little switchy swatcheroo, with Amanda covering for me on Monday.
3/19/15 0319 Mostly 90s College Blend
Sunday night, I went to the viewing of Salad Days: A Decade of Punk in Washington, DC at The Byrd Theatre & Foundation. So now I'm feeling all nostalgic for the music that helped shape my youthful, squishy brain into the bank of musical variety that it is now: Lois, Fugazi, JAWBOX, Beat Happening, Heavenly , MAN OR ASTRO-MAN?, Railroad Jerk, Rodan, Tsunami, and SO MUCH MORE!