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Category Archives: Interview
This week on the program, Taco Party Box talks with Tyler and Ricky to break down the best way to clean your sneakers, Ricky’s lack of shoes, and Bob Barker Toothpaste! Listen to it here!
Tyler and Ricky were lucky enough to get to talk to the guy who created the Fuse online series “Crate Diggers.” For those of you who don’t know, “Crate Diggers” is a project which interviews individuals who are collectors of … Continue reading
WCDB’s own Jaquam Bodden sat down with the hip hop pioneer Russell Simmons to discuss underground hip hop, the importance of art, and sports.
See You Next Year: Sue Diaz- Lead Vocals/ Guitar Brian Supple- Bass Chris Jones- Vocals Jose Nunez- Guitar Caiti Dole- Drums See You Next Year is a local Albany band, and a long time favorite of mine. They were the … Continue reading
Our very own Ethan Ullman (Thursdays 10pm-midnight) interviewed Mike Birbiglia who will be performing at The Egg on May 2nd. To win tickets just stay tuned to WCDB! Click to listen to the full interview!
Tony Pitkin (Vocals) Ian Dorset (Guitar/Vocals) Ethan Rose (Guitar/Vocals) Eric Rosen (Bass) Ryan Wager (Drums) The Summer Switch is a local five piece band that is breaking down barriers on the pop punk scene. These guys can always be spotted … Continue reading
Christopher Banach: Guitar/Vocals/Keys Kyle Sunderland: Guitar/Vocals/Keys Benjamin Knowles: Drums/Vocals Brendon Lachance: Bass guitar My Favorite Fence is an alternative rock band that has a laid back groove to their music. They can often be found playing at local venues and … Continue reading