Jonathan Suttin & Kitty Dunn wake you up and get you through the morning,
It may sound like they like each other on air, but truthfully they're just good actors.
105.5 Triple M features The Radio Deli at Noon.
The Radio Deli features music related the events of the day, like artist birthdays, almanac events and more. Be sure to listen Fridays for The Mystery Blue Plate Special, where you guess the common thread of the songs to win a prize.
Marshall takes you through the afternoon on 105.5 Triple M.
Tune in at 4pm for 4 O'Clock Vinyl, where Marshall plays an actual vinyl record. Some new, some old.
Listen to Gabby Parsons each and every weeknight for Triple M After Hours. Gabby brings you the 9:00 News featuring two brand new songs every weeknight. From 10p-Midnight it's Professor Gabby's Night School, where Gabby delves even deeper into the Triple M library.
She is a near musical genius and is largely responsibe for picking some of the new music you hear on 105.5 Triple M. Can she work Frank Zappa or Phish into any conversation? Just ask her.
In April of 1954 “Rock Around The Clock” was recorded by Bill Haley and the Comets, and three months later, Elvis Presley recorded “That’s All Right Mama”. From these small steps, and the help of other pioneers such as Chuck Berry, Little Richard, and Bo Diddley, one of the most important and influential cultural forces over the past half-century was created, Rock and Roll.
Fast forward to 2011 and Little Steven’s Underground Garage, the nationally syndicated Rock radio show hosted and produced by one of America’s foremost musicians and actors, Little Steven Van Zandt. Each week Little Steven takes audiences on a two hour trip down the path of what was cool in all six decades of Rock and Roll, a celebration of Pop culture, and features the best emerging new bands worldwide.
Acoustic Café is brought to you by Miller and Sons & produced and hosted by Rob Reinhart.
Each week, listeners around the globe tune in to Acoustic Café to hear the latest from today’s great songwriting talents. It’s hard to put a definitive label on Acoustic Café’s music selections. After all, a good song is a good song… any individual set of music could contain a bit of country, rock, blues, folk, pop… and more!
In addition to classic songwriters like Dylan, Mitchell, Young, Cash, Browne, Prine etc., Acoustic Café wants to bring as many newer talents to the table as possible. That’s the best description we can conjure… now, use the player to hear this week’s program. Enjoy.
Physically speaking, Studio M is our own in-house concert venue. We invite artists that you hear on 105.5 Triple M to perform in an intimate setting, sometimes acoustic, sometimes plugged-in. We interview the musicians, and listen to them candidly discuss thier place in the music universe.
We record the session and play it back on air as "Live From Studio M," a program that you can hear on Sunday's from 9am-9:30pm and again during the Live And Local Hour on Sunday's from 8-9pm.
The Live & Local Hour features a replay of the Live From Studio M recording from earlier in the morning, leading into a half hour of local artists.
eTown is an exciting weekly radio broadcast. Every eTown show is taped in front of a live audience and features performances from many of today's top musical artists as well as conversations and information about the world around us. At eTown, we build community through music.
Deadheads, welcome home.
Presented by Widespread Panic, 3 NIGHTS at the Riverside Theater!!
Friday, Oct.24 • Doors 7pm // Show 8pm
Saturday, Oct.25 • Doors 7pm // Show 8pm
Sunday, Oct.26 • Doors 7pm // Show 8pm
I was up in Wausau for the Big Bull Falls Blues Fest, and had a great time watching all the great live music.
The big surprise of the day was the guy who played at 3pm. He's just 15 years old and is a good friend of Buddy Guy, and even got to play...
Kitty apppeared to be all alone on her dislike of this song, which made it to #7 on the charts in 1989.
Rolling Stone described the song this way: "a G-rated funk-bomb integral to hip-hop's eventual mainstream acceptance."
The G-rating probably...
If you get a chance to head out to Pope Farm Conservancy in the next couple of days--I highly recommend it!
Pope Farm Conservancy is 105 acres that sits on top of three recessional moraines in the Town of Middleton, where three different watersheds...
Teen idol Rex Smith made it all the way up to #10 on the Billboard charts in 1979 with this song, which was actually featured in a TV movie called "Sooner or Later."
Smith had a bit of an acting career and appeared in "Grease" and "Pirates of...
You could call it Madison Craft Beer Week, part two!
The week leading up to the Great Taste of the Midwest Beer Festival August 9th is chock full of tasty beer offerings all over southern Wisconsin, with plenty of tap takeovers, beer pairings, and...
Hall & Oates had a lot of great hits in the 1970s and 1980s, and if you believe a lot of folks, this is NOT one of them!
This song with its amazing spelling lesson hook made it all the way to #5 on the charts in February of 1985.
Eric Clapton definitely has retirement in mind. He hinted to Rolling Stone recently that he may quit touring and recording, and only play for family and friends.
We can look forward to at least one more new Clapton record before he hangs up his Strat...
Olivia Newton-John was all over the radio in the 1970s, with hits that included "Have You Never Been Mellow," "If You Love Me (Let Me Know)" and of course those songs from the movie "Grease."
But not a lot of people...