Steve Kirchuk

Webmaster

Steve has been in the web business since 1995. In 2000 he and his wife Andrea started Computer Images Web, LLC and have a wide range of clients throughout NJ and PA. CiWeb has been WNTI's webmaster since 2010. In addition to web design, Steve is also a musician who has supported WNTI since the 80's.

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Sessions At...
4:27 pm
Thu December 11, 2014

Yusuf/Cat Stevens

In the summer of 1971, I was a camp counselor at a sleep-away camp for a bunch of 5- to 7-year-olds. For those eight weeks, I walked home with about $50. I bought a guitar and began to learn the songs I'd come to love from the recently released Tea for the Tillerman by Cat Stevens.

"Father and Son" touched me most — it's a song about growing old, and about beliefs and conviction. More than 40 years later, that songwriter is performing at my desk with his son standing right behind me. You can never imagine the turns life will take.

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9:12 am
Tue December 9, 2014

St. Paul And The Broken Bones

Close your eyes and listen, and you might imagine someone who looks a bit like Otis Redding. Open them, and you're likely to see someone who looks more like your neighborhood bank teller.
Close your eyes and listen, and you might imagine someone who looks a bit like Otis Redding. Open them, and you're likely to see someone who looks more like your neighborhood bank teller. That man standing on my desk in the golden shoes is Paul Janeway.
WNTI Highlights
12:55 pm
Tue November 11, 2014

PocoNotes and WNTI present Mardi Gras Stompin at the Stanhope House

PocoNotes and WNTI present Mardi Gras Stompin at the Stanhope House with the Storyville Stompers at 6pm on January 25th, 2015. the Storyville Stompers have been awarded the title of "New Orleans Best Traditional Brass Band. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door.

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WNTI Highlights
8:45 am
Thu September 25, 2014

Co-Host Kim Joins Mel in the Studio

Listener Kim joined Mel the Dawnbird in the WNTI studios on Thursday for the pledge gift that her husband bought her during the last pledge drive. The fall drive is coming up on October 3rd. Why not consider a pledge  that will get you a spot as a co-host on WNTI?

3:55 pm
Fri September 19, 2014

First Listen: Tweedy, 'Sukierae'

A clue about the scruffy aesthetic of Sukierae arrives at the 2:27 mark of "World Away," one of 20 (!) songs on the first family-band album from Jeff Tweedy of Wilco. Until this point, the tune — a variation on the Bo Diddley beat strummed on acoustic guitar, with Tweedy's sleepy voice distantly implying a blues cadence — has been fairly straightforward.
A clue about the scruffy aesthetic of Sukierae arrives at the 2:27 mark of "World Away," one of 20 (!) songs on the first family-band album from Jeff Tweedy of Wilco. Until this point, the tune - a variation on the Bo Diddley beat strummed on acoustic guitar, with Tweedy's sleepy voice distantly implying a blues cadence - has been fairly straightforward.

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