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What’s New?

It’s a life-affirming week for Lord Huron as the new single, “Not Dead Yet,” scores 32 commitments to land on the top of the Most Added list. Next is 14 adds for Manchester Orchestra’s The Million Masks Of God, followed by 11 on Sweep It Into Space from Dinosaur Jr. Finally, Ghost Of Vroom, Jose Gonzalez and The Strumbellas each get love from 10 stations to tie for the last spot.

 

The top of the pile for the next meeting should include the powerful “Black Like Me” from Amythyst Kiah, “Not Dead Yet” by Lord Huron and check out Serpentwithfeet’s “Same Size Shoe.” Of course, you’ll always be able to find the complete Going For Adds listings  on the bottom of this page.

 

VSF-The Series: A Savage Celebration, Episode #3 Announced

 

 

Just in case you missed the evolution of Virtual SummitFest – The Series, it started as a result of the COVID cancellation of last summer’s Boulder SummitFest, continuing JBE’s commitment to exposing emerging and established artists, while creating a gathering place online for this very passionate Triple A music community. It will continue on a monthly basis at least until we can gather in person again  Sign up now and keep checking the JBE website and All Access for all the up-to-date info.

Radio Woodstock Launches 2021 Supporter Drive

 

 

 

 

 

began Monday, March 1 and runs through Friday, March 5.

 

This year’s week-long drive, broadcast live from the Radio Woodstock studios, will spotlight music and artist interviews from its vast 40-year archives, including rare in-studio performances and locally produced concerts including Mountain Jam. The Spring Supporter Drive will be hosted by the WDST’s weekday DJs Greg Gattine, Justin Foy, and Aja Whitney. Additional benefits of the Listener Supporter Program include exclusive invites to intimate in-studio artist performances, exclusive pre-sale concert tickets, Supporter-only giveaways, contests, parties, and discounts, and input into WDST music programming decisions.

Around The Horn

WYEP/Pittsburgh has received a challenge from long-time members and friends of the station, who will donate $5,000 if the station has heard from 200 people by 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 2… KXT/Dallas will celebrate International Women’s Day on Monday, March 8, from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., with women in music featured throughout the day, including a special What’s New with Gini Mascorro at 7 p.m. The show can be streamed hereMinnesota Public Radio (MPR) and American Public Media (APM) – parent company to The Current/Minneapolis – has announced the successful completion of Inspired by You, an ambitious five-year campaign designed to address the rapidly changing digital landscape and make transformative changes to better serve audiences in Minnesota and beyond. The campaign was launched in the summer of 2015 with the goal of raising $75 million by December 2020. At the completion of the campaign, Inspired by You raised more than $98.3 million in outright and deferred gifts to MPR and APM… KRSH/Santa Rosa’s transmitter site is now up and running following the destruction of its tower by the Kincade Fire in 2019. KRSH put out a statement thanking all of its supporters and listeners for their patience and loyalty during this time…According to multiple media reports, Live Nation CEO Michael Rapino expects large-scale outdoor events at 75-100% capacity to return by mid-summer… Julien Baker’s third studio album, Little Oblivions, was released Friday (2/26) by Matador Records. Engineered by Calvin Lauber and mixed by Craig Silvey, both of whom worked with Baker on 2017’s Turn Out the Lights, the album was recorded in Baker’s hometown of Memphis, Tennessee between December 2019 and January 2020… First Aid Kit has announced the release of Who By Fire, a live tribute album to Leonard Cohen, due March 26 via Sony Sweden/Columbia Records. Performed across two nights at the Royal Dramatic Theater in Stockholm in March of 2017, the 20-track recording is a theatrical staging of Leonard Cohen’s songs, poems, and letters.

Episode #2 of JBE’s Virtual SummitFest – The Series, turned into WAPS/Akron PD Brad Savage’s Triple A birthday party, as The Band of Heathens, Jesse Malin, Saint Nomad and Bandits On The Run delivered explosive performances to celebrate the moment that left lasting impressions on attendees. Now JBE, along with Media Sponsor All Access is thrilled to announce VSF Episode #3, featuring Kaleo, Strung Like Horse and Bendigo Fletcher! It all happens on Thursday, March 25 at 8 p.m. EST/5 p.m. PST and as always, registration is free but you must sign-up to attend by clicking here.

A few years ago, Radio Woodstock (WDST) experimented with an innovative approach to fund a commercial community and music-focused radio station by borrowing from the Non-Comm world by asking its listeners to donate financial support to the station and in return, the station pledged a continued commitment to inventive local programming that does not pander to the ratings system while also focusing on local businesses as opposed to big national chains for advertising, and to  limit the amount of advertising in each hour.  The results speak for themselves and the 2021 Drive

Going for Adds

03.08-09

Amythyst Kiah "Black Myself" (Rounder/Concord)

Art d'Ecco "Head Rush" (Paper Bag)

Ashley Monroe "Drive" (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Benny Sings "Nobody's Fault" (Stones Throw)

Blond In Car Never Be Cold (Independent)

Buck Meek "Second Sight" (Independent)

EJ Worland "Hard To Find" (Independent)

Emily Kinney "Fifteen Minutes" (Jullian)

Iceage "Vendetta" (Mexican Summer)

Iris Doe "The Times" (Independent)

Lee "Scratch" Perry Dubz Of The Root (Megawave)

Lord Huron "Not Dead Yet" (Republic)

Lorenzo Wolf Down Where The Valleys Are Low (StorySound)

Norman Collins & The Tumblers What The Cat Dragged In (Independent)

Orchard Fire "Follow" (Independent)

Serpentwithfeet "Same Size Shoe" (Secretly Canadian)

Tautologic Wheels Fall Off (Independent)

Ten Kills The Pack "Body" (Nettwerk)

Waterplanet "Girl" (Independent)

03.15-16

Ana Egge "This Ship" (StorySound)

Bark "Grind" (Independent)

Bill Toms "Everybody's Talking" (Independent)

Claud "Guard Down" (Saddest Factory/Dead Oceans)

Ida Mae "Click Click Domino" (Independent)

Islands "(We Like To) Do It With The Lights On" (Independent)

Japanese Breakfast "Be Sweet" (Dead Oceans)

Katy Kirby "Juniper" (Independent)

Lili Haydn "More Love" (Lakeshore)

Manchester Orchestra "Bed Head" (Loma Vista/Concord)

Reigning Sound "A Little More Time" (Merge)

Sarah King "Not Worth The Whiskey" (Independent)

Sofia Valdes "Handful Of Water" (Warner)

03.22-23

Aoife O'Donovan "Transatlantic" (Yep Roc)

Danny Burns "Hurricane" (Independent)

Sean Della Croce "Catherine Street" (Pasadena)

St. Vincent "Pay Your Way In Pain" (Loma Vista/Concord)

03.29-30

04.05-06

04.12-13

Carsie Blanton "Party At The End Of The World" (Independent)

04.19-20
Grace Pettis
"Working Woman" (Mpress)

04.26-27

Craig Cardiff "All This Time Running" (True North)

OUT NOW

Billy Nomates "Heels" (Independent)

Bomba Estereo "Agua" (Sony Music Latin)

Cas Haley "All The Right People" (Independent)

Cliff Beach W.A.J.A.K.F.S. (Independent)

Cush "Haters" (Independent)

Del Amitri "It's Feelings" (Cooking Vinyl)

Edie Brickell & New Bohemians Hunter And The Dog Star (Independent/Thirty Tigers)

Eric Bazilian "Sarah When She's Sleeping" (Independent)

Ghost Of Vroom "I Hear The Ax Swinging" (Independent)

Ikoqwe The Beginning, The Medium, The End and The Infinite (Crammed)

Izy "Frantic" (HopeStreet)

Jillette Johnson "I Shouldn't Go Anywhere" (Independent)

KD Bantz The Blue-Sky Sessions (Independent)

Mike Shinoda "Happy Endings" (Warner)

Roosevelt "Easy Way Out" (City Slang)

Southern Culture On The Skids "Run Baby Run" (Kudzu)

Strumbellas "Greatest Enemy" (Glassnote)

Ya Tseen "Close The Distance" (Sub Pop)
Yuno "Somebody" (Sub Pop)

Bones Of J.R. Jones "Stay Wild" (Independent)

Bonzie "Reincarnation" (Independent)

Cameron Graves Seven (Mack Avenue)

Catherine Brit "Fav'Rit Song" (Independent)

Clint Roberts "Nothing Left To Say" (Independent)

David Haerle "No More We" (Independent)

Dom La Nena Tempo (Six Degrees)

Flock Of Dimes "Two" (Sub Pop)

Fratellis "Need A Little Love" (Cooking Vinyl)

Fruit Bats "The Balcony" (Sub Pop)

Grupo Estrella Campesina "Changui en Yateras" (Independent)

Hither "This Road" (Independent)

Imaginaries "Revival" (Independent)

Kelly Ryan "Church Of The Laundry" (Independent)

Kerry Patrick Clark What A Show (Independent)

Lake Street Dive "Hypotheticals" (Warner)

Nuevo "Every Night" (Nine Mile)

Pony Bradshaw "Calico Jim" (Independent)

Quiet Takes "San Fidel" (Independent)

Valerie June "Call Me A Fool" (Fantasy/Concord)

Walk-A-Bout Afterglow (Independent)

William The Conqueror "Wake Up" (Independent)

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