Contemporary American rock musician and singer-songwriter from Willy Porter, along with vocalist Carmen Nickerson, stopped by the WDIY to talk about the importance of public radio, and to play a few songs, as part of our Public Radio Music Month celebration.
Contemporary American rock musician and singer-songwriter Willy Porter stopped by WDIY with vocalist Carmen Nickerson to talk about what public radio means to them, and to play a couple of songs, as part of our Public Radio Music Month celebration.
WDIY announced today that it will participate in the second annual Public Radio Music Month, a month long initiative in April celebrating public radio stations’ invaluable role in America’s music culture.
Public Radio Music Month is a nationwide initiative that connects local public radio station, artists and audiences in communities across the United States. Stations and their partners are featuring exclusive interviews, performances, and more throughout the month.
Tickets are on sale now for WDIY's Winter Blast, happening Saturday, February 2 from 7-11pm at the Rodale Room at Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown.
The night will include light fare, beverages and lots of dancing to the music of Yancarlos Sanchez and Lehigh Valley Soul Project. We'll also have a photo stage, thanks to Dan's Camera, and a silent auction featuring photography, weekend get-a-ways, jewelry and more.
Host Carlos Benjamin welcomes Tracy Grammer to the studio for an interview and live performance at, as part of The Blend on Friday, July 20. Tracy is an American folk singer known for her work as half of the folk duo Dave Carter and Tracy Grammer and for the solo career that she has continued since Carter's death ten years ago.