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WPFS Proud Fighting Scots Radio Attn: Chris Goble Faculty Advisor Monmouth College 700 East Broadway Monmouth, IL 61462

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The Very Live Band in a Very Live Conversation

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Local musician Glenn Brooks joined us in the studio to talk music, career and the upcoming concert of his band, The Very Live Band at the Dahl Chapel on this Sat. April 23rd at 7 p.m. Listen to the conversation.

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WPFS now on Tunein radio app

WPFS now on Tunein radio app

You can now listen to WPFS on your mobile device thru the Tunein radio app.

 

 

 

Launch Party

Launch Party

WPFS Launch Party This Friday 10/2

WPFS Launch Party This Friday 10/2

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Regular Programming Starting Soon

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The studio is almost ready and regular programming will be coming soon.  After a successful Prime Beef Festival, WPFS is poised to hit the community with a wide variety of student shows, music , information and entertainment.  Soon a daily schedule will be available for you and keep tuned in for a special announcement/event to come in the next few weeks.  We hope you are as excited by the new radio station as we are and that you tune into the new WPFS, Proud Fighting Scots Radio.

Student DJ Programs Spring 2015

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WPFS Logo Contest

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WPFS is running a logo contest.  We have 3 logos in consideration.  Take a look and tell us what you think.

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23rd May 1991, Photographer Michael Lavine took what would be the publicity shots for Nirvana's Nevermind album at Jay Aaron Studios in Los Angeles. The idea for the front cover shot of the baby swimming was taken after Kurt Cobain and Dave Grohl saw a TV documentary on water babies and was taken by Kirk Weddle. Several babies were used; five-month old Spencer Eldon's photo came out best. More here: www.thisdayinmusic.com/pages/spencer_elden

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Happy birthday to Bernie Taupin, born on 22nd May 1950, English lyricist, poet, and singer and Elton John's long-time song writing partner. Rod Stewart, Cher, The Motels, John Waite, Starship and Alice Cooper have all recorded his songs. In 1967, Taupin answered an advertisement placed in the UK music paper New Musical Express by Liberty Records, a company that was seeking new songwriters, Elton John responded to the advertisement, and the pair were brought together. More on Elton John: www.thisdayinmusic.com/pages/rocket_man

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Happy birthday to Steven Morrissey, born on 22nd May 1959, vocals, songwriter, The Smiths, who scored the 1984 UK No.10 single 'Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now', plus over 15 other UK Top 40 singles'. As a solo artist he scored the 1988 UK No.5 single 'Suedehead' plus over 15 other UK Top 40 singles. Widely regarded as an important innovator in the indie music scene and he has also attracted media attention for his advocacy of vegetarianism and animal rights.

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Happy birthday to Pete Townshend, born 19th May 1945, singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, The Who, (1965 UK No.2 single 'My Generation' 1967 US No.9 single 'I Can See For Miles' plus over 20 other UK Top 40 hit singles, 16 US Top 40 singles and rock opera albums Tommy & Quadrophenia). Townshend became known for his eccentric stage style during the band's early days, swinging his right arm against the guitar strings in his signature move; a windmill style, often smashing guitars on stage. More on the Who: www.thisdayinmusic.com/pages/the_who_next

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