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World College Radio Day 2022

Saturday, October 1st, 2022 by The Professor

This Friday October 7th join WLOY and more than 500 college radio stations around the world as we celebrate World College Radio Day with the theme of Voices for Peace. A kickoff event at 6am EST includes a live broadcast from STUD Radio in Lviv, Ukraine. WLOY will be running special broadcasts starting at midnight, including messages of peace from college stations around the world, discussions on the power of college radio and an interview with this year’s ambassador Julian Lennon.

Join us 4-6pm on the quad for music and free s’mores! Roast your own while hanging out with WLOY and good music. It’s free and fun and while there you can add to our display supporting the college stations in Ukraine. Come celebrate with us!



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Paul Joyce Interview

Tuesday, August 30th, 2022 by The Professor

Paul Joyce WLOY DJ and Local Music Director Ben Ostrowski ’24 sat down with local musician Paul Joyce to discuss composition, teaching, jamming, raising a musical kid and more.

Paul’s compositions have been heard in original film scores and he is versed in everything from jazz to metal. In addition to film scoring, Paul is a part of many Baltimore bands, including Megazillion, Consumer Culture and F City. Lots of great music in a lot of different genres and now he’s also helping bands with gigs in Hampden…



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Charlie Musselwhite Interview (TVC)

Saturday, August 6th, 2022 by The Professor

Charlie Musselwhite Album Cover The Volcano Chronicles Host Daniel Jones sat down with the incredible, legendary blues harmonica player Charlie Musselwhite to talk about his new album and amazing career playing with virtually every major blues musician.

Moving from Mississippi to Chicago along with thousands of others chasing factory jobs, he wound up immersed in the musical scene of the south side of town. Its hard to overstate Charlie’s influence on the revival of Chicago Blues in the 1960’s and his ongoing influence on players today. A great time was had by all 🙂



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AOTW – Phoneboy

Tuesday, July 19th, 2022 by The Professor

ALBUM OF THE WEEK by Ben Ostrowski ’24

Phoneboy released a self-titled album as their first full-length project in 2021 and they absolutely killed it. A place where the toe-tapping grooves of pop meet the relatable lyrics of indie rock. The band describes a “phoneboy” as someone who is too sucked into their phone that they don’t pay attention to the world happening around them. On the contrary however, “Phoneboy,” from the New Jersey trio is guaranteed to get you off your phone and you’ll probably wind up rocking your socks off as a result.

Firstly, the vocals on this album are immaculately descriptive and give you a clear feeling for what the song is meant to be about. A song like “Fomo” that’s bursting with melodies and ramped-up choruses while exploring the madness of everyday anxieties. The guitar riffs are just as entrancing. From the intro and various riffs in the Weezer-inspired “Sweater Song” to the acoustics of ending track “Lately,” there is no sound not heard on this record. (more…)



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Bonham-Bullick Band Interview (TVC)

Thursday, July 14th, 2022 by The Professor

Daniel Jones, host of The Volcano Chronicles Wednesdays 7-9pm (Eastern and Hawaiian) sat down with Deborah Bonham and Peter Bullick of the Bonham-Bullick Band to talk about their new self-titled album, life on the road, famous relatives and doing it on your own. You may recognize her name from her lesser known sibling John. Rumor had it he played drums in some band once upon a time…

Deborah’s strong vocals have put her in the front of huge audiences with a ton of classic rock artists and Peter’s guitar work led to a world tour with Paul Rodgers (Free, Bad Company, The Firm, Queen…).



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Zepparella Interview (TVC)

Tuesday, July 12th, 2022 by The Professor

Daniel Jones, host of The Volcano Chronicles (Wednedays 7-9pm EST and HST) sat down for a chat with the amazing Clementine, drummer and founder of the all-female Led Zeppelin tribute band Zepparella. They explored a lot of aspects of music, talent and managing a band as well as the life of a tribute band that does things a little differently. Clementine has a lot of thump as a drummer and trying to replicate the sounds of John Bonham is no small task! A great chat and a fantastic band. Definitely check them out after giving this one a listen! And check out their musical coaching channels for some cool insights.



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Moldie Oldies 4th of July 2022

Monday, July 4th, 2022 by The Professor

It’s that time of year again! When we celebrate America’s independence from England with songs and picnics and other silly things before we blow stuff up.

Nic Centanni is here again with his traditional 4 hours of 4th of July fun for you to play while you get ready and watch fireworks tonight. Tune in 8pm to Midnight for the Moldie Oldies 4th of July Special! As always, wear eye protection. Light fuse and get away. These products may not be safe for children. Use only with adult supervision. No warranty expressed or implied. Listen at your own risk.



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Fito de la Parra – Canned Heat Interview (TVC)

Sunday, June 19th, 2022 by The Professor

Daniel Jones of The Volcano Chronicles (Wednesdays 7-9pm Eastern & Hawaiian) sat down with legendary Canned Heat drummer Fito de la Parra for a great chat about the band, coming into the blues, and so much more. Check out the stories and the discussion here.



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Chant Down Baltimore Returns June 25!

Monday, May 2nd, 2022 by The Professor

It’s back!! WLOY Loyola Radio, I Never Knew TV and Friends of Carroll Park present the return of Chant Down Baltimore after a 2 year pandemic hiatus. Come out for an amazing day of reggae and fun FOR FREE. All attendees need to bring donations to support Paul’s Place and The Baltimore Furniture Bank or make a financial donation on site. This is a fundraising event for these two great non-profits and features an amazing line up of reggae artists from Jamaica and the US all day from Noon – 7pm!



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Album of the Week: Barbara by Barrie

Thursday, April 28th, 2022 by Ronnie Gruseck

Barbara by Barrie

Reviewed by: Steven “Sponj” Navarro

Rate: 8/10

RITL: MUNYA, Jay Som, FLOOR CRY

Barbara is an album that is best listened to on a long car ride home at night. Barrie uses inspiration from alternative rock to folk to create an album that makes you feel as happy as a clam or as sad as raindrops on a grave. Barrie takes us into a world of her past relationships and core memories using great imagery.

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