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Red Sammy Live at Coffeehouse 1/31

Monday, January 28th, 2019 by Erin McAvoy

Red Sammy is a “lyric-driven Americana folk rock n’ roll” band with an added country/blues aesthetic.  The band consists of writer/singer/songwriter Adam Trice as well as an ensemble of accompanying musicians.  Trice comes from right here, Baltimore, Maryland, and has gone on in his career to join both regional and national artists on the stage.  He’s performed in festivals in such cities as Baltimore, Denver, Toronto, Buffalo, and many more.  Red Sammy will be playing here at Loyola on Thursday, January 31st at our free coffeehouse at Starbucks from 8-10pm, so be sure to come by and not miss out!

Check out Red Sammy here:
http://www.redsammy.com/jukebox/



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Stacked Like Pancakes Concert 1/24 McGuire Hall

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019 by Erin McAvoy

Stacked Like Pancakes is definitely a WLOY favorite.  A Baltimore-based brass rock band, Stacked Like Pancakes features a trumpet and two trombonists that steal the show.  The band has gone on in their career to play in the Vans Warped Tour for several years and has performed alongside artists/groups like Bless the Fall, Memphis May Fire, Jule Vera, and Microwave.  This concert will without a doubt be a unique experience, with the promise of both “spontaneity and precision”, and it is guaranteed that if you attend, you will experience an exhilarating, exciting, and unforgettable show.  Come out to McGuire this Thursday, January 24th from 8-10pm to see Stacked Like Pancakes rock the stage.  You won’t be disappointed.



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Maria Dontas Live at Coffeehouse 1/17

Wednesday, January 16th, 2019 by Erin McAvoy

Maria Dontas is a Loyola University Maryland alum and has been following her passion for singing ever since!  She placed top five in a national CosmoGirl Magazine contest, sang the Greek National Anthem at the 2008 Clergy/Laity Congress in Washington, D.C., opened for Jack’s Mannequin here at Loyola, and won the Essex Singer-Songwriter Competition in 2012.  Maria will be performing live this Thursday, January 17th at Starbucks from 8-10pm.  Her country sound and high-energy vibes will certainly get you moving and your blood pumping on a cold night.  It’s the first event of the semester, and its free, so be sure to come check it out!



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WLOY’s 12 Days Of Christmas Music

Tuesday, December 25th, 2018 by Erin McAvoy

It’s day twelve and the last day of WLOY’s 12 Days of Christmas Music!  Finishing things off with my very own staff pick:

Erin McAvoy, PR Assistant

“Mine has to be ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’.

 It makes me think of the movie Elf, which in my opinion is one of the best Christmas movies ever.”

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**IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT**

Tune in to WLOY today to hear our special Christmas themed broadcasts all day long!



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WLOY’s 12 Days Of Christmas Music

Monday, December 24th, 2018 by Erin McAvoy

Here’s day eleven of WLOY’S 12 Days of Christmas Music!  We’re getting closer!

William O’Connor, Production Director

“The whole Michael Buble ‘Christmas’ album.”

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WLOY’s 12 Days Of Christmas Music

Sunday, December 23rd, 2018 by Erin McAvoy

It’s day ten of WLOY’s 12 Days of Christmas Music!

Jasmine “Jazz” Wiggins, PR Director

“My favorite Christmas song is ‘Santa Baby’ by Eartha Kit.

It’s played in literally all of my favorite Christmas movies.”

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WLOY’s 12 Days Of Christmas Music

Saturday, December 22nd, 2018 by Erin McAvoy

Five more days people!  Here’s day nine of WLOY’S 12 Days of Christmas Music:

John Devecka, Operations Manager

“I’m torn because it depends on the mood, but all of these are necessary for me:

Merry Christmas Baby – Otis Redding (the man could sing a Chinese menu and make it kill

Father Christmas – The Kinks (snarky working-class rock classic)

Christmas in Hollis – Run-DMC (If you don’t enjoy this, re-evaluate everything)

I also just realized they came out in 1967, 1977, 1987… now I have to find a decent 1997 release to expand my horizons

They should all be played by everyone”

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WLOY’s 12 Days of Christmas Music

Friday, December 21st, 2018 by Erin McAvoy

You know the drill!  It’s day eight of WLOY’S 12 Days of Christmas Music!

Kaili McDonald, Chief Announcer

“Stevie Wonder’s ‘Someday at Christmas’.

I used to listen to Stevie Wonder’s Christmas album while baking cookies with my mom and my sister. It just brings back feel-good-fam feels, ya know?”

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WLOY’s 12 Days Of Christmas Music

Thursday, December 20th, 2018 by Erin McAvoy

Since yesterday’s post was so much to take in, day seven will be a light one.  Today’s staff pick:

Stefan Joyce, Sports Director

’Last Christmas’ by Wham! is an absolute banger”

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WLOY’s 12 Days Of Christmas Music

Wednesday, December 19th, 2018 by Erin McAvoy

It’s day six of WLOY’s 12 Days of Christmas Music and this one’s a double whammy!

Tara Howell, General Manager

“I have 2 because I can’t pick and I’m the worst. 

 My favorite traditional Christmas song is ‘Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24’ by Trans-Siberian Orchestra.

I don’t care what anyone says – this song goes HARD. I always just think of it as a kind-of metal Christmas song, which I love. 

 My other favorite is ‘Christmas Eve/Pierceton Queen’ by Chase Huglin.

This song is so cute, and my lil emo heart lives for it. It’s not a traditional Christmas pick, but I feel like it exemplifies the season perfectly in the sound of the song. I just remember listening to this a lot in my car when I was driving last winter.”

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