Wednesday, September 16th, 2015 by The Professor
Words & Photos by Katie Kazmierski ’18
Paul Janeway of Saint Paul and the Broken Bones sauntered on stage in box-toed shoes almost more sparkly than the Rams Head lights. As he opened with the first song I knew that he wasn’t going to put on any ordinary old show, what with his incredible voice and an extremely talented band that compliments it.
Closing my eyes, I felt like I was transported back in time to the 60s when soul music was revolutionary. But instead of Otis Redding, opening my eyes I found Paul Janeway, who looks like just a normal guy—not someone you’d expect to have the extraordinarily powerful voice he does. Turns out he was once just that: a normal guy who worked as an Alabama bank teller. Lucky for us, he met current bassist Jesse Phillips (who Rachel interviews here!) in 2012 and together they embarked on a musical journey with the goal of making music that worked with Janeway’s smooth, soulful voice. (more…)
Thursday, June 26th, 2014 by The Professor
A quick selection of the more than 600 photos we shot over the weekend of June 14th & 15th at the 20th Honfest. For a complete collection, check out the massive album on Facebook.
Friday, May 30th, 2014 by WLOY Staff
Loyola’s annual closing-of-the-year celebration, Loyolapalooza, was held on Sunday, April 27th. Students, faculty, friends, families, neighbors and–yes–even strangers, gathered to commemorate another productive academic year. Winners of this year’s WLOY Battle of the Bands, sisters Cecilia and Tessa Grace opened-up the show. The band Scavenger Hunt followed soon-after setting the mood and hyping-up the crowd for the main act: Capital Cities. The gallery follows (more…)
Monday, April 28th, 2014 by Joe Lomuti
This year at WLOY, we have started a new tradition with our Star Search Talent Show! 12 Loyola talents took to the stage this past Thursday, April 24th and fought their hearts out for a 6-foot-tall Star Search Trophy! After the night, judges from WLOY and Greycom Studios named Mathew Dumbar the victor, followed by runner-up Brandon Newby & Brenden Clark, and second runner-up Amanda Fleck. Also, our special guest, Disable Time put on a face melting performance. Check out the photos!
Monday, April 14th, 2014 by Joe Lomuti
MCs Juice Bruins & Lilrickism lead the WLOY Coffee House music event this past thursday, April 10th. As native Baltimore musicians, these performers put on a awesome show for Loyola students. Be sure to look out for upcoming WLOY late night events coming up soon, especially the WLOY Star search talent show on April, 24th @ 8:30pm!
Tuesday, April 8th, 2014 by Joe Lomuti
This past Thursday at WLOY’s Coffee House event Maria Dontas came, sang, and captivated. Thats right people, we actually had WLOY staff members brought to tears because of Maria and her sound-fully seductive ways. Yep if you didn’t make it, you missed out. Is it better to love than to have never loved at all? Think about that absentees.
Tuesday, April 8th, 2014 by Joe Lomuti
This past weekend, April 5th, WLOY headed to Camden Yards to broadcast the 2014 Presidents Cup Baseball tournament! Competing teams were comprised of players from Baltimore public and private high schools. Check out our photos of the game!
Tuesday, April 1st, 2014 by Joe Lomuti
This past Saturday, March 29th WLOY joined the Loyola community in strengthening cancer awareness and fundraising for cancer research! WLOY took the reins DJing the event, bringing our relay members uplifting tunes to maintain the momentum throughout the night. Check out some photos from the event below!
Friday, March 28th, 2014 by Joe Lomuti
Check out photos from last night’s performance by Nalani & Sarina! This sister duo sure brought some great energy and awesome tunes. If you didn’t make it to the show, keep your ears peeled for their music on WLOY 1620 AM Baltimore or streaming live @ WLOY.org. Find out more about them on their website here, or on iTunes!
Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 by Joe Lomuti
Check out pictures from WLOY’s annual Battle of the Bands! Congrats to Cecilia Grace for bringing home the victory!