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Outreach Workgroup’s Hot Halloween Playlist

Check out this beautiful playlist created by WOBC’s outreach workgroup! These are the favorite spooky songs of the outreach team here to help you enjoy your halloween and keep the spirit up as we enter november!

Leatherface -The Final Nightmare

Sarah Jessica Parker -Come Little Children (from Hocus Pocus)

Tomasa Del Real -La Vampira

Kitchen & the Plastic Spoons – Ice Cream to God

Bobby Pickett -Monster Mash

Antsy Pants -Vampire

Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas Intro -This is Halloween

R.E.M and Sesame Street -Furry Happy Monsters

The Misfits -Ghoul’s Night Out

Gravediggaz -Mommy What’s A Gavedigga?

Primus -Coattails of a Deadman

 

Thanks for listening! Tune in to hear Community Hour Sundays @1pm and Turn Up! The Radio with the Ty Squad Tuesdays @5pm !!

Interview with Gabi Delgado of D.A.F.

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Photo by frentesonicofuturistai

Anna Rose Greenberg, Traffic Director and DJ interviewed Gabi Delgado, best know for his work in Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft. D.A.F. was foundational for both the industrial and electronic scenes in Germany. Hear Delgado talk about the difference between East and West German music, his musical process, video games, and more!

All Things Irish: Interviews with Eileen Ivers and Joanie Madden

Anita Lock, WOBC community member and host of All Things Irish, shares  interviews with recorded with Eileen Ivers and Joanie Madden from Cherish the Ladies.

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Find out more at:

http://www.eileenivers.com

and

http://www.cherishtheladies.com

Eileen Ivers:

It has been said that Eileen Ivers will change the way you think about the violin. Indeed, the Grammy-awarded, Emmy-nominated guest has starred with over 40 orchestras, was the original Musical Star of Riverdance, and has played alongside notables, such as Sting, Hall and Oates, and The Chieftains—just to name a few. The founding member of Cherish the Ladies, Ivers musical talent can be found in movie soundtracks such as Gangs of New York and Titanic. She has performed for Presidents and Royalty worldwide. As Ivers’ list of accomplishments can go on and on, one thing is sure that she has established herself as the pre-eminent exponent of the Irish fiddle in the world today. As The Washington Post states, “She suggests the future of the Celtic fiddle.”

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