(WORT) — This past Wednesday, at a surprisingly entertaining Madison Parks Commission meeting, city officials revised the limit up to 95 decibels (as measured at the sound board) and streamlined some other aspects of the proposal. Tone Madison Editor Scott Gordon brings you this report.
The quiet, lo-fi, folkish/rockish WI band The Werewolverine brought their soothing acoustic sounds to WORT’s Tuesday morning Folk Show One Fine Morning. Matt Crane- drums Laura Detert- viola, vocals John Hitchcock- electric lap steel, acoustic lap steel, electric guitar Ryan Lansing- vocals, guitar, stick dulcimer Anneliese Valdes – bass, vocals
Tune in at 11 AM to catch Nate Meng, host of the Tip Top’s open mic, play an in-studio performance on WORT’s newest program “One Fine Morning.” Nate will sing songs from his yet to be released record, which will be premiered this coming August 1st at Bright Red Studios. Your home for live and […]
Prolific labor rights activist, singer-songwriter and cartoonist – Joe Hill – is being honored with a nation-wide tour. WORT FM’s own Norm Stockwell remembers Joe Hill 100 years after his execution and reminds us of how relevant his work still is today.
Madison’s Hoot ‘n’ Annie string band plays live in the WORT studios on April 20, 2015.
Willy Porter plays the tune “This Train” off of his new record, “Human Kindness.”