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WXRT’s Marty Lennartz says his most irrational act turned out to be his best move. He quit his job in the car rental business to produce Terri Hemmert’s morning show for 25 bucks per week. That gig turned into a full-time air shift in 1986 when Marty became the overnight host and kept XRT’s midnight lamp burning for the next 20 years. [Read Marty’s Full Bio]
Here’s a lesson for you youngsters: Don’t throw your teammates under the bus to the press for your failures.
It’s a big week for Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy. Friday sees the release of his first acoustic solo album,Together At Last, a collection of Wilco, Loose Fur and Golden Smog songs stripped down to their essence.
One great new song after another blasted out of my car speakers, but one stood out so much that I cranked the volume louder and increased my speed by about 10 mph: A song called “Fire” by Beth Ditto.
All this week we’ve been telling you about Seu Jorge and his very cool The Life Aquatic David Bowie Tribute concert that he’s performing tonight at Ravinia.
It’s XRT Day at Ravinia Thursday June 15 and I’m broadcasting live from The venue before the Seu Jorge show!
The second song off the forthcoming album from The War On Drugs is called “Holding On” and last night the band jammed it live on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
The news was shocking not only to fans but to his friends and family. His struggles with drugs and depression are well documented, but since becoming sober about a decade ago, Chris seemed to be in control of his career and life.
Here’s something you may have missed over the weekend. On Friday night, The Black Keys Dan Auerbach stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Today we have another song and video from The Fleet Foxes highly anticipated return, “Crack-Up” due June 16th on Nonesuch Records.
Today we have the official word on the eagerly anticipated 7th album from The National, “Sleep Well Beast”.