March 16, 2018: Born Ruffians visits WJCU

Canadian Indie Rock Band, the Born Ruffians stopped by in studio to talk about their tour and serenade you with some new tunes. You can also check out the interview in video form over on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/wjcu887/videos/10155527291377972/

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Feb. 20, 2018: Parsonsfield visits WJCU

  Parsonsfield stopped by the WJCU studios during Radtiothon 2018 to talk about how they got their start, touring and even played us a few songs off their new album “We” due out March 9th. You can also check out the interview in video form over on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/wjcu887/videos/10155463494982972/

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Yoke Lore 11-13-17

Yoke Lore, aka Adrian Galvin stopped by the WJCU Studio to talk about his recent tour, his journey as a solo artist after getting a start in college with the band Walk the Moon and perform a few songs. You can hear tracks Goodpain and Hold Me Down regularly on The Heights.

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On the Air

Trios Eins Zwei Drei @8:18
Carlos Montoya Cante de Sevilla @8:14
Carlos Montoya Solea por Mello @8:11
Paco de Lucia Cueva Del Gato @8:05
Paco de Lucia Almoriama @8:00
Vordan Karmir Leblebijiner Chorus @6:58
Garik & Sona Bingyol @6:52
Lav Eli The Beginning @6:46
DJ Levon & Arkadi Dumikyan Hetd Kgam @6:41
Misho Mut a (feat. Emmy) @6:36
Gevorg Martirosyan & Spitakci Hayko Bola Bola @6:32
Arman Hovhannisyan Eli Na @6:28

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Biblio Radio – 6.18.18

In honor of Pride month, Communications Coordinator Jay Rosen tells us about a special book display spotlighting LGBTQ authors.

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Heights Now! 6/18/18: Mayors Against Illegal Guns

Mayor Martin Horwitz of Beachwood recently joined the Mayors Against Illegal Guns initiative.

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