During the afternoon of September 16th, Spider Glenn welcomed UK based singer-songwriter Gemma Ray to the WNTI airwaves. Gemma Ray chatted with Spider about her latest release, Milk For Your Motors, and performed a few cuts from the album live on air.
It is always a pleasure to have artist as talented as Gemma Ray appear live in the WNTI studios. If you missed the interview and performances, you can listen using the media player on this page.
Harvey at CPAG: Bill Nutt interviews Carl Wallnau and Steven Barron about the next Centenary Stage production, Harvey. The show opens in the Sitnik Theater at Centenary College on October 3, 2014.
ALS Event: Melanie Thiel interviews Charlie Dourney and Donna York about a fund raiser beefsteak dinner to benefit the Elaine Stewart Tyrrell Memorial Scholarship Fund at Centenary College and also the documentary about ALS. The dinner is on October 10, 2014 at the VFW in Morris Plains, NJ and the movie can be seen at various screenings.
The 5th annual Northern New Jersey Free to Breathe Walk will take place on September 21st, at Horseshoe Lake Park, in Succasunna. The event starts at 10am with registration, and the walk begins at 11am. Proceeds from the walk will benefit Free to Breathe, a non-profit organization dedicated to finding a cure for Lung Cancer.
DOGBITES; Saturday @ Noon – 3pm;Birthdays this week: B.B. King, David Bromberg & Cass Elliott. In rock n roll history this week we lost Jimi Hendrix, Marc Bolan & Jim Croce so we’ll celebrate their lives with tracks from each. Other points of interest on this week’s musical journey...Bill Bruford left Yes & joined King Crimson in ‘72, McCartney went into the studio alone in 1965 and came out with “Yesterday” and the Grateful Dead played live among the Egyptian pyramids in ’78.