The 2008 Waterloo Arts Festival continues to grow and WJCU is proud to be part of this great community event. At this year’s festival our outstanding veteran crew made up of DJs Greg Priddy, Uncle Fred, and John Roddy teamed up with youngins Joe Madigan, Ashley Ortiz, Danielle Sills, and Gene Natale. The WJCU team manned our 88.7FM tent, caught up with event organizers and notable people with roving interviews heard throughout the day, and kicked back and relaxed enjoying the festival with 88.7FM listeners.
WJCU and the Waterloo Arts Festival 2008
On the Air
Bubbha Thomas and the Lightmen Survival song @7:53
Head hunters not specified @7:49
Ziad Rahbani Abu Ali @7:36
Mulatu Chifara @7:32
Rim Kwaku Obeng Believe in yourself @7:27
Fela Ransome Kuti w Ginger Baker ye ye de smell @7:14
Kool and the Gang Love the life you live @7:09
Bernard Purdie Soul Drums @7:06
Stovall Sisters Hang on in there @7:03
The Invaders Bossa Blue @6:59
Iceberg Slim Broadway Sam @6:53
Edwin Birdsong Pretty brown Skin @6:51
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@Midnight w/Matt - Synthwave
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@2 am Fresh Mix of Independent Music