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Live at 5, Friday, October 20

Today would have been Tom Petty’s 67th Birthday and throughout the day we have been celebrating his life. For our live dose we have music from Running Down a Dream the 2007 documentary that was produced by Peter Bogdanovich. The 4 hour film followed Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers from their origins in Florida as Mudcrutch to the 30th Anniversary concert in Petty’s hometown of Gainesville, Florida in 2006. On Live at 5 we get a peak into the 1977 rehearsal from L.A. that featured “Breakdown”.

Who would you like to hear on Live at 5? Email your suggestions to melissa@wnrn.org

Live at 5 is supported by Virginia National Bank.

October 20th, 2017|Live at 5, Miscellaneous|

Live at 5, Thursday, October 19

Friday night Third Eye Blind will play a sold out show at The Jefferson Theater in Charlottesville and we are going to dive into their first live album that came from the beginning of their Fall of the Summer Gods Tour. The album and video feature music from the 20th Anniversary and today on Live at 5 we’ll hear “Motorcycle Drive By”.

Who should we play next on Live at 5? Email your suggestions to melissa@wnrn.org

Live at 5 is supported by Virginia National Bank.

October 19th, 2017|Live at 5, Miscellaneous|

Live at 5, Wednesday, October 18

Eddie Vedder is a massive Cubs fan and while the team worked toward their 2016 World Series Vedder brought his band to Wrigley Field. The two dates that Pearl Jam played in August of 2016 have been turned into a live album (released on September 29) and a documentary that hits theaters on November 17th. Let’s Play Two features music from throughout the band’s career including our Live at 5 of “Better Man”.

Who should be next on Live at 5? Send your suggestions to melissa@wnrn.org.

Live at 5 is supported by Virginia National Bank.

October 18th, 2017|Live at 5, Miscellaneous|

Live at 5, Tuesday, October 17

At the end of September Bruce Springsteen made available a show that had long been shared as a bootleg. Proceeds from The Summit, Houston, TX 1978 went to help with relief from Hurricane Harvey. The set features songs from the album that The Boss had released that year, so for Live at 5 we’ll have “Darkness on the Edge of Town”. Bruce Springsteen is currently doing 5 nights a week in NYC until February with Springsteen on Broadway at Walter Kerr Theater.

Who would you like to hear on Live at 5? You can send your suggestion to melissa@wnrn.org

Live at 5 is supported by Virginia National Bank.

October 17th, 2017|Live at 5, Miscellaneous|

Live at 5, Monday, October 16

The Who’s Tommy came out in 1969, but it wasn’t until 48 years later that they would play the album in full. Tommy – Live at Royal Albert Hall was released last Friday and features a DVD performance as well as 2 discs of music. Today’s Live at 5 is “I Can See For Miles”.

Who would you like to hear on Live at 5? Email melissa @wnrn.org with your suggestion.

Live at 5 is supported by Virginia National Bank.

October 16th, 2017|Live at 5, Miscellaneous|

Live at 5, Tuesday, October 10

Kris Kristofferson and Lou Reed are the focus of the new live album In Their Own Words with Vin Scelsa, but the two had some help on vocals in this concert from Victoria Williams. Williams joins Kristofferson for Live at 5 on “Me and Bobby McGee”.

If you are a WNRN Member check the VIP email list this week for your chance at this newly released double album.

Live at 5 is supported by Virginia National Bank.

October 10th, 2017|Miscellaneous|

Live at 5, Monday, October 9

In February of 1994 Lou Reed and Kris Kristofferson got together at The Bottom Line for a session and conversation. The double disc set has just been released and is called In Their Own Words with Vin Scelsa. This week on Live at 5 I will be featuring music from the two artists and if you are a WNRN VIP Member check your email for a chance to get this new album. Today we start with music that was originally on Lou Reed’s 1990 album New York on Live at 5 it’s “Strawman”.

Is there an artist that you would like to hear on Live at 5? Email your suggestion to melissa@wnrn.org.

Live at 5 is supported by Virginia National Bank.

October 9th, 2017|Live at 5, Miscellaneous|

Live at 5, Friday, September 29

Camper-Van-Beethoven

The final song on In Studio at WNRN Volume 5 is from Camper Van Beethoven. The 2011 performance was recorded at Misty Mountain campground. You can get this album during the final day of WNRN’s Fall Fund Drive and have your contribution doubled. Our Live at 5 is “Pictures of Matchstick Men”.

Live at 5 is supported by Virginia National Bank.

 

September 29th, 2017|Live at 5, Miscellaneous|

Live at 5, Monday, September 25

Above is Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears with WNRN Staff at In Your Ear Studios in Richmond. We recorded the session this past spring with an audience of WNRN VIP Members and now a song from that session is a part of In Studio at WNRN Volume 5. For today’s Live at 5 we hear Black Joe Lewis’ “PTP”.

During the WNRN Fall Fund Drive you can contribute to get In Studio at WNRN Volume 5 here.

Live at 5 is supported by Virginia National Bank.

September 25th, 2017|Miscellaneous|

Live at 5, Friday, September 22

It’s the first day of WNRN’s Fall Fund Drive and we have In Studio at WNRN Volume 5 our new album of live tracks that you can contribute for here. Today we’ll hear from M. Ward who stopped in at Virginia Arts Recording Studio to record songs for WNRN. Our Live at 5 is his rendition of Buddy Holly’s “Rave On”.

Live at 5 is supported by Virginia National Bank on WNRN.

September 22nd, 2017|Live at 5, Miscellaneous|