Located on the Capitol Square in downtown Madison, The Frequency announced it will be closing its doors the end of June. We spoke to owner Darwin Sampson, and take a look at what this means for the Madison music scene.
Few drummers have left a legacy behind on par with the one that Clyde Stubblefield has. The time we were blessed with his talent will surely leave its mark on generations of musicians to come. His personal style and the countless beats borrowed from him as one of the most sampled drummers of all time […]
Tone Madison‘s Scott Gordon and LakeFrontRow editor David Klein discuss the conflicting roles that state and local pride play in the local arts and culture conversation. A panel at this year’s Wisconsin Film Festival prompted Klein to write that “State connections are the start of the Wisconsin film conversation, not the subject.” To put it another way: […]
Project Home has been a non-profit organization for over 43 years…focusing on improving the quality and affordability of housing for low-to-moderate income residents in Dane and Green Counties. In this Access Hour program, Project Home staff and friends talk about its work and people, including its weatherization program, its special “Hammer with a Heart” local program to do […]
Madison West High School student Gabriel Clemente celebrates his 18th birthday by giving! He celebrates the gifts, talents and skills of local area high school aged musicians, including local rock, jazz, indie and folk performers. He provides recordings of all of these kids to showcase them on the WORT Access Hour!
A Farm Report Access Hour: Delia Gallo, head farmer lady at King’s Hill Farm, plays songs about farming, gardening and dirt. A variety of genres from classic country or 70s punk rock will flavor the mix and the discussion will include sustainable agriculture opportunities in our community.