Exit Dome 11
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Exit Dome Returns!

It's been a few years since the last Exit Dome concert to benefit WEXT. We heard from many listeners and musicians over the years who wanted more! So, we're bringing it back!!

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Lumpen Proles
Artist

Join Andy Gregory this evening at 11pm (Saturday at 6pm) for the Local 518 ‪‎Show‬. He's got music by Black Mountain Symphony, The North & South Dakotas, NEQ, Adirondack Whaling Co., Sara Milonovich and daisycutter, and Pony in the Pancake. PLUS we have an ‎#AtticClassic‬ by Lumpen Proles.

The National
Artist

The National: Benefit concert for Hawthorne Valley + MASS MoCA

June 11 at 7pm (gates at 5pm)

The National in concert is a benefit for Hawthorne Valley Association in New York’s Hudson River Valley, an organization committed to social and cultural renewal through the integration of education, agriculture and the arts, and MASS MoCA.

The Latin Alternative
WEXT

This week we take the musical time machine back 20 years to 1996, an epic year for Latin Alternative music. Featured artists include Jaguares, Cafe Tacuba, Aterciopelados, King Changó, Delinquent Habits and Joe Arroyo.

Nick Offerman & Megan Mullally
Artist

Don't miss Nick Offerman & Megan Mullally at The Palace Theatre on August 25, 2016!

Tickets on sale: Friday, May 6 at 10am. Tickets will be available at LiveNation, or The Palace Theatre.

The Living Roots Trio
WEXT

Live performances and conversations with Local 518 musicians. Each week, we highlight a different Local 518 artist in session with a brief interview to introduce you go the artist.

This is the schedule of the upcoming sessions with Local 518 artists. (Dates are the Thurs 11:30p. The same session airs Sat at 6:30p).

4/28 - The Living Roots Trio

5/5 - The Penny Jar

5/12 - Dyer Switch Band

5/19 - Olivia Quillio

Each month, we ask music curators at public radio stations across the country to introduce us to one new song they can't stop spinning. In April, these denizens of the left side of the dial loved songs by Brooklyn electric-folk band Big Thief, Philadelphia power-pop quintet Sheer Mag, Louisiana garage-rock outfit Seratones and more. Hear all 10 selections below.

Micah
Artist

Join Andy Gregory tonight at 11pm (and Saturday at 6pm) for the Local518 ‪‎Show‬. He's got music by State Champs, Citizen's Treasure, Bryan Mathys, Darling Valley, and Tearle Ashby. PLUS an ‎#AtticClassic‬ by Micah.

Robbie Fulks
Artist

"…a masterly, multifaceted songwriter who can belt out hip-shaking honky tonk, honeydew pop and chilling little ballads with an unrivaled skill and spirit. So good, he's scary."-Chicago Tribune Robbie plays by nobody's rules - except the ones he hears in his head.  He is prodigiously talented, with the soul of a country singer and the mind of a vaudevillian.  Besides, his scorn for the music industry makes ours look positively prosaic.

The Battenkill Runs Through It
Clifford Oliver

The Battenkill Runs Through It
Sixth Annual Beach, Music & Food Festival
Saturday, May 28, 2016
 Noon  – 6:00 PM
Greenwich Town Beach

Battenkill Conservancy's sixth annual beach, music & food festival returns on Saturday, May 28, 2016. The Festival kicks off the summer season on the banks of the Battenkill at the Greenwich Town Beach, just north of the village on Route 29. 

The Waifs Are Coming!

Apr 26, 2016
The Waifs
Artist

Hailing from Albany (Western Australia that is!), The Waifs are one of Australia’s most enduring and lauded folk, pop, and roots outfit.

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