Now that 2019 has ended we can look back and see the albums that made this year special. Here are some of WEGL’s top 3 albums and why they are so special
Lilly Hiatt and her crack band played at Standard Deluxe in October.
Curated by WEGL's own Mary Francis Garner and Katie Gorman, the new music hour is your way to catch up on whats been happening these past few weeks. Listen to the playlist and be sure to read the artist bios to learn more about who is featured this week.
Concert Review: Kacey Musgraves, Oh, What a World Tour-Closing Show
We had Neutral Snap come through the studio to preform their songs Butterscotch, Bed Sweats, and Westin House
Are you like us at WEGL and counting down the days until Buku Festival? This two-day festival is quickly approaching, and official after-parties are springing up left and right. So far, there are three official Buku Late Shows. If you want to keep the party going on March 22nd and 23rd, check out the events below!
The dynamic lineup for the eighth installation of this festival dropped last week, and it is one you can’t ignore.
Jack Hart and Justin Thomason sat down and discussed the upcoming election with the U.S. Representative for Alabama's 3rd congressional district, Mike Rogers.
Jack Hart and Justin Thomason sat down and discussed the upcoming election with candidate for U.S. Representative of Alabama's 3rd congressional district, Mallory Hagan.
Compact Discourse will be welcoming the two candidates for Alabama’s third congressional district into the WEGL studios this week, here’s what you need to know.
By definition, a silent disco is a group of people at a concert where everyone has headphones on and that is the only source of music. No speakers. Usually including 2-3 DJs on stage and the ability to switch between “channels” that each DJ is playing on on your headphones.
Price, Russ and Jake discuss the weekend box office report, DC's new streaming service, Nightmare on Elm Street and some of their favorite movies and TV shows on this episode of The Box Office.
This year, I was lucky enough to finally attend Imagine Music Festival this past weekend. I’ve been eyeing the lineup each year since I’ve been in Auburn, and finally making the trip was well-worth the wait.
The Imagine Music Festival schedule has finally been released.
As a part of our coverage of Imagine Music Festival, WEGL 91.1 FM's Claire Reichley put together a list of items that you should pack if you are camping at the event.
Imagine Music Festival is approaching and you’ve been dreaming about for weeks. The anticipation builds more and more by the hour, similar to the chain of texts you’ve sent your friends about how excited you are. You’ve even had a countdown app running since the day you left the festival last year. How could you possibly be more prepared? Well, you’d be surprised. Check out these tips to eliminate some stress and ensure you’re prepared and ready for the best weekend of the year. Still trying to score tickets? Stay tuned to WEGL 91.1’s social media outlets to learn more about how you could win in one of our three giveaways!
WEGL 91.1 FM's Will Davis provides a playlist that will prepare you for the Aeria Stage at Imagine Music Festival.
WEGL 91.1 FM's Claire Reichley details who are the most exciting acts coming to the Aeria Stage at Imagine Music Festival.
WEGL 91.1 FM's Will Davis provides a playlist that will prepare you for the Disco Inferno Stage at Imagine Music Festival.