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Funkharp Interviews

Tuesday, October 11th, 2011 by The Professor

Funkharp has made a couple of pilgrimages to the WLOY studios for interviews. First in 2008 when Rich Rodrigues ’10 interviewed Joseph and again in 2011 when Mike Vuoto ’11 was behind the mike (hah) for the whole band, strangely enough both times in April.

Funkharp 2008 with live performance

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Funkharp 2011 including world radio debut of their EP

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First Aid Kit Interview

Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 by Amanda Nolan

On September 5th, 2011, WLOY staff members Amanda Nolan and Katherine Marshall were able to interview First Aid Kit before they opened for Bright Eyes at Rams Head Live! Listen to the interview below!


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English Beat (Dave Wakeling) Interview

Thursday, August 11th, 2011 by The Professor

Dave Wakeling from the English Beat, interviewed by Karyn Oliver.


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Sworn Enemy Interview

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011 by The Professor

Interviewed by ?help?.


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Jason Love (GBYO) Interview

Saturday, June 11th, 2011 by The Professor

Jason Love, Director of the Greater Baltimore Youth Orchestra interviewed by Dr. Anthony Villa.


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Neil Innes Interview

Monday, May 2nd, 2011 by The Professor

Interview by Tim Tilghman, host of Radio RockOnTour 5/2/11

Neil Innes, a great British writer and musician, best known for work with Monty Python, the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band and The Rutles, spent some time with Tim chatting about music, life and comedy.


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Raveonettes Interview

Wednesday, April 27th, 2011 by Ryan Nisley

Before Easter break I made a trip down to The Black Cat in D.C. for a date with my favorite band, The Raveonettes.  As you can imagine, meeting your favorite band is a pretty exciting event, so containing my enthusiasm was quite difficult. They have been my favorite band for the last five years, so this was a big deal for me.  For those who aren’t familiar with the group, The Raveonettes are natives of Denmark and have developed a unique indie rock sound with surf rock vibes. The core of the band consists of Sharin Foo and Sune Rose Wagner.  My plan was to meet with Sharin, the lead female member of the group, and chat with her before the show.  Upon meeting her we walked to a nearby dressing room for better lighting and she offered to get Sune to join us! Long story short I was able to talk to both Sharin and Sune for about fifteen minutes.  The conversation entails the current tour, their new album Raven in the Grave, and the progression of their sound. Check out the mp3 below to listen to listen to the entire interview!

This was my fourth time seeing the Raveonettes live and I must say that it was definitely the best yet.  Each show offers a new experience with different backing musicians and light displays.  In the past I have seen them as a three piece band with Sune and Sharin on guitar with a drummer and an accompanying bass track. Most recently the group consisted of Sune on guitar, Sharin on bass, and two male drummers who played a tom, snare and synthetic drum pad.  I found the drum arrangement particularly interesting because the two drummers played identical sets and beats, which enhanced the visual and aural experience.  The overall sound of their new album translated from contemplative to more electronic and dancy, while maintaining that ghostly Raveonettes’ reverb.  One of my favorite songs of the night was “My Times Up” from the new album.  It started off slow and sad, but then turned into what felt like an anthem of the final song of the night. Thank goodness it didn’t end there, but overall it was an excellent show. If you have never seen the Raveonettes, I obviously highly recommend them not only because they are my favorite band, but because their live show is truly a memorable spectacle.  RAVE ON!


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7 Minute Sports: Charley Toomey

Wednesday, April 20th, 2011 by Anthony Santiago

Here at WLOY, we were able to get an exclusive interview with Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach Charley Toomey.

This 7 minute piece covers recruitment, the season outlook and even a little bio from the Coach himself.

Follow Loyola Sports at www.loyolagreyhounds.com or follow us here with sports at WLOY.org. Also, listen to Couch Potato Radio on Mondays and Fridays from 2-3PM!
Have any questions or want a specific sports topic highlighted? Email wloysports@loyola.edu or call 410.617.5313.


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Pogo Interview

Thursday, March 24th, 2011 by Tim Teeling

Just before spring break I sat down for a chat with Nick Bertke, better known as Pogo. Pogo has become a Youtube phenomenon with his remixes of Disney/Pixar movies. What makes this music so unique is that Nick takes fragments of music and dialogue from such films as Toy Story and Alice In Wonderland and assembles them into an entirely new song. He edits the videos and music himself, creating a spin on iconic Disney tunes. of his videos have been viewed over a million times on Youtube, yet many people are still unfamiliar with his music. The interview produced some very interesting conversation about his music, including updates on current and future projects.

Pogo’s live show at Bourbon Street was a dazzling spectacle of lights and videos that proved perfect conditions for dancing. His videos played on two TV screens and one giant projection screen on the adjacent wall simultaneously. He efficiently blended his music videos together into a seamless journey from The Little Mermaid (my favorite) to Pirates of the Caribbean (coming soon!) and even Star Wars! I think Pogo is on his way to even greater things. He’s definitely worth a listen!


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7 Minute Sports: Ravens Marshall Yanda

Thursday, March 17th, 2011 by Anthony Santiago

Here at WLOY, another special and exclusive interview is being brought to you by the staff that loves you as much as you love sports. Today, WLOY had the opportunity to speak to Baltimore Ravens Right Guard Marshal Yanda. He is a phenomenal guy and really talked up a storm when it came to the interview.

During the interview, Marshal spoke about his training regiment. He also was able to enlighten us here about the normal day for an NFL Right Guard and some of the behind scenes stuff that happens in the clubhouse. He also spoke some NCAA Football greatness.

You can only hear this wonderful interview here at WLOY.
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