WUWM@Nite

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Giving you a reason to keep the radio on at night, or to turn us back on. Music intensive and intensively local. Interviews, live performance from the WUWM studio and on stage, special features and great conversation. Covering arts, music and spoken word.

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Ex Fabula
9:13 pm
Wed June 18, 2014

Ex Fabula: Aims McGuinnesses Shares 'Close Encounters' & 'Mother Load' Stories

Emcees Dasha Kelly and Leah Delaney with Aims McGuinness at Ex Fabula ALL STARS
Credit Art Montes

Ex Fabula's Leah Delaney joins Bruce Winter in the studio for Ex Fabula's weekly WUWM@Nite segment.

Milwaukee’s Ex Fabula brings you stories from their monthly StorySlams.

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Arts & Culture
11:52 am
Mon June 16, 2014

20 Years and Counting: Singer Corky Morgan is a Milwaukee Staple

Corky Morgan in the WUWM studios.
Credit Rachel Owens

Corky Morgan joins Rachel Owens in the WUWM studio. Jon Strelecki engineered the session.

Do you get nervous about public speaking? Well, if you think that’s nerve-wracking, try singing the national anthem at a Brewers' game. Despite a bad case of nerves, that’s exactly what Corky Morgan did, and did beautifully. More than that, he wants to do it again. 

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Ex Fabula
9:01 pm
Wed June 11, 2014

Ex Fabula: Stories About Father-Son Relationships

Jim Winship live on stage at an Ex Fabula event.
Credit Kat Schleicher

Ex Fabula's Leah Delaney joins Bruce Winter in the studio for Ex Fabula's weekly WUWM@Nite segment.

In honor of Father's Day, Milwaukee's Ex Fabula brings you two stories about father-son relationships.

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Arts & Culture
10:18 am
Fri June 6, 2014

Self-Discovery in High School Created the Dangerous Muse

Dangerous Muse's Mike Furey has a strong presence on New York's electronic rock scene.
Credit Dalton Flint

Portland, Maine is considered to be a rather conservative part of the country. Mike Furey, who grew up near Portland, was rebellious because he did one thing: learned how to play piano.

He recorded himself singing television show theme songs as a five-year old.  Once he played it back, he stopped because he did not like what he heard. It was too high-pitched and out of tune.  He became his hardest critic at a very young age.

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Music
3:32 pm
Tue March 4, 2014

Milwaukee Musician Keith Pulvermacher & the Midwestern Music Project

Milwaukee guitarist, songwriter and singer Keith Pulvermacher

Milwaukee guitarist/songwriter/singer Keith Pulvermacher stops by WUWM@Nite to talk about the Midwestern Music Project. The project aims to get local music recorded and out to the people.

Pulvermacher also chats about the Milwaukee music scene, and the effectiveness of crowd-sourcing music projects. And, hear a couple of Keith's songs as well.

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In-Studio Performance
4:41 pm
Mon June 24, 2013

Ivan & Alyosha Stop by WUWM before Summerfest

Members of the band Ivan & Alyosha.
Credit Bruce Winter

Ivan & Alyosha performed on the first night of Summerfest this year, opening for the Violent Femmes and The Avett Brothers at the Marcus Amphitheater. Band members Tim Wilson, Ryan Carbary, Tim Kim and Pete Wilson stopped by WUWM before their show to chat with Bruce Winter.

I&A performed Be Your Man and Don't Want To Die Anymore in WUWM's Performance Studio.

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In-Studio Performance
2:13 pm
Sat June 15, 2013

Vandaveer's Music is Kind of Beautiful, Kind of Haunting

Rose Guerin, Mark Charles Heidinger and Tom Hnatow
Credit Bruce Winter

Vandaveer stops by WUWM@Nite.

Alt-folk band Vandaveer is out on tour promoting their new album, Oh, Willie, Please... Before their Shank Hall show, Rose Guerin, Mark Charles Heidinger and Tom Hnatow stopped by WUWM to chat with Bruce Winter and perform a couple of songs.

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In-Studio Performance
12:00 am
Thu March 21, 2013

Half of Semi-Twang Stops by the Studio

All of Semi-Twang
Credit Deone Jahnke

Three of the six members of Semi-Twang stopped by the studio for an acoustic performance  March 21. In the interview they discuss their album release show at Shank Hall for their album the Why and the What For and perform two of their songs, Au Contrare and Wrong Side of the Tracks. The band also talks about the "wealth of material and dearth of money" that inspired them to create the new album and the finer points of what it takes to craft an album. 

Band Website: http://www.semi-twang.com

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In-Studio Performance
12:00 am
Thu January 10, 2013

Panalure's Colorful In-Studio Performance

sit-down-and-listen band Panalure stops by the studio
Credit OnMilwaukee

Panalure brought their "seductive and twisted" music into the studio today to perform their songs Skater's Waltz, Get the Girl, Existential Cowboy Song, and Left Hand Way. Bruce Winter talks with the band about the origins of their group, the name of their group, and the "collaborative genius" that makes their music more than just something to dance to.

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

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In-Studio Performance
12:00 am
Mon December 3, 2012

Ruben Performs a Brand New Song In-Studio

Ruben performing their brand new song in-studio
Credit Bruce Winter

The Minnesota-native indie band, Ruben, stopped in the studio today to play their song Carry Me and their never-before-heard song I am Just a Ghost.  Bruce Winter and the band also discuss  traveling and the challenges of spreading the word about Reuben's music.

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