Wednesday, June 25th, 2014 by Rachel
My lovely co-host, Kat, had the wonderful opportunity to sit down with Fr. Jim Martin, S.J., who visited Loyola University back on December 7th, 2013. Following his speech, Kat and Fr. Martin had a chance to discuss his position as an editor at America Magazine, his role as chaplin on the Colbert Report, and his role in the new Loyola University Maryland Campaign, Bright Minds Bold Hearts. Check out the full interview below!
Wednesday, June 25th, 2014 by Rachel
Deep from the archives of the WLOY station emerges the Kat and Rae interview with Baltimore natives, Swampcandy. Way back in the winter of 2014, Kat and I sat down with Swampcandy after their appearance at a WLOY Late Night. The energetic, floppy haired duo told us of their travels to Europe and what it’s like to tour. In addition to pleasing our ears with the sweet sounds. Check out the interview below and be sure to check out their music on youtube, reverbnation and swampcandy.com.
Saturday, June 14th, 2014 by Rachel
Kat and I got to sit down with Feed the Scene creator, Rachel Taft. The things she provides for the Baltimore music scene and the greater music scene as a whole are pretty incredible. Check out our interview to learn a bit more about her and the amazing Feed The Scene project.
Monday, May 19th, 2014 by The Professor
WLOY’s latest sensation Matt Weitzel ’17 (of It’s a Hard Rock Life) sat down with Freddy from Taiwan’s Chthonic for a chat before their show at the Ottobar during Paganfest on April 26. Listen in as Matt handles his very first band interview like a seasoned pro!
Saturday, May 3rd, 2014 by Rachel
Kat and I had the pleasure of sitting down with Wendel Patrick in April 3rd, 2014, just before his album release party at The Windup Space! He talked us through his new albums as well as talking about his life growing up. You’d never believe who his first crush was! And the story to match it will make you melt into a puddle… or at least it made Kat and I melt.
Friday, May 2nd, 2014 by Rachel
Kat and I recently sat down with the wonderfully talented Mark Hopkins, a local Baltimore artist who brings the heat both musically and in all his interviews. He didn’t shy away from our hard hitting questions and he performed two original songs from his six album discography. This awesome guy is worth the listen, he is sure to delight your ears. Listen to the full interview below, along with the two songs and jam out. We did.
Friday, April 25th, 2014 by Rachel
Kat and I hosted the ever talented Caleb Stine once again and he did not disappoint. Every interview we have with him only gets better and better! The interview was extra special because it was on my birthday! Caleb graced us with his presence, his musical talents, a bag of Columbian coffee and our very own Morning Show jingle! If there ever was a perfect interview, that was it! Listen to the whole audio below, including his performance, and check out his new album, available now!
Thursday, April 24th, 2014 by Rachel
Following their performance at our WLOY Coffeehouse, I had the chance to sit down with Nalani & Sarina, the dynamic, twinning duo who can hold their own in the music game. The extremely talented pair graced our ears with their singing abilities, along with each playing the guitar, piano and ukelele. They are a fun crowd to hang around and they certainly give a good interview. Be sure to listen to the whole interview below and check out their music!
Tuesday, April 15th, 2014 by Joe Lomuti
This past week WLOY’s own Jordan and Joelle Hernandez, hosts of our radio show Double Dose of Entertainment, had the opportunity to sit down with Loyola’s keynote speaker Nina Davuluri for an exclusive interview. Double Dose lead the discussion, directing Miss America to speak briefly on her experiences with the prestigious competition and her sentiments of the Miss America organization in context of ethnic diversity.
Thursday, April 10th, 2014 by The Professor
The ladies of Double Dose (that would be Jordan & Joelle Hernandez ’14) sat down with local hip-hop artist and designer Cashius Green to talk music, art, style and commerce.