Bruce Winter

Program Director / Music Host

Bruce started in radio at age 17 at, you guessed it, WUWM. After graduating from UWM with a degree in Mass Communication, he held radio jobs around southeastern Wisconsin as a reporter, traffic guy, deejay and newscaster.

As WUWM's Program Director, Bruce sets the tone and personality of the station, working with the on-air staff and integrating our locally produced programming with the national shows.

Over the years, Bruce has hosted a range of music shows: classical, jazz, easy-listening, adult, and now the unique mix of WUWM@Nite and WUWM2: Music 24/7.

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Bruce Winter

Annie B and her special guest Scott Holloway came to perform in-studio today. Bruce and Annie cover the past 15 years of her career. They listen to and discuss songs such as Kiwi Cafe, Hide, and To You. Annie talks about her "sledgehammer voice," the scope of her singing abilities, and her multi-directional journey of a career that started on the West Coast and brought her here to Milwaukee.

Band Website: http://www.anniebmusic.com

Bruce Winter

Bruce Winter welcomed The Vitrolum Republic into the studio today to listen to thei songs Lady of Stone, Don Prevotchka, and Beautiful Release. The band uses non-traditional pop instruments to find their "unique voice," or genre, which they have coined "gypsy-noire," and discuss just exactly what that genre means and how it came about.

Band Website: http://thevitrolumrepublic.com/

CJ Foeckler / Pabst Theater

Sam Beam, better known as Iron & Wine, performed at The Pabst Theater on October 13, 2010.

WUWM at Nite broadcast the show live that night. Enjoy this recording featuring this singer-songwriters songs from Around the Well and more.

www.ironandwine.com

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