Archive

You are viewing the "Emily Votaw" Archives

Chelsea Stardust featured

Horror Movie Making OU Alumna Returns to Campus

By:
Posted on:

Ohio University Honors Tutorial College Alumna Chelsea Stardust returned to Ohio University’s Athens campus this week to celebrate the release of her most recent full-length motion picture release, Satanic Panic, and speak to students about her successful career in the film industry. Stardust spoke to WOUB’s Emily Votaw about Satanic Panic, returning to Athens, and what… Read More

Jake Dunn Radio A featured

Jake Dunn & The Blackbirds II Radio A Sessions

By:
Posted on:

Fresh off the release of their latest full-length, Cosmic Americans, Jake Dunn & The Blackbirds performed three tracks off the album in WOUB’s Radio A, “Low,” “Roadside Rest,” and “Who Do You Hate.” Read WOUB’s review of the album right here. http://www.jdblackbirds.com/ https://www.facebook.com/jaketdunn/ SET LIST 0:00 – “Low” 6:37 – “Roadside Rest” 10:00 – “Who… Read More

O.A.R. featured

How Rock ‘n’ Roll Translates to Burritos: Talking With O.A.R.’s Jerry DePizzo

By:
Posted on:

Although one might not readily know Jerry DePizzo’s name, they are most certainly aware of his work. DePizzo is the saxophonist for O.A.R., alternative rock giants responsible for hits such as “Love and Memories” and “Hey Girl.” Earlier this year O.A.R. released The Mighty, and the band just finished recording a live album that will be… Read More

Country Music Main Culture

‘Not Just Merle Haggard and Garth Brooks’: Ken Burns’ ‘Country Music’

By:
Posted on:

On September 18, 1973, 26-year-old Gram Parsons was partying. The former member of The Byrds and founder of short-lived but greatly revered acts The Flying Burrito Brothers and the International Submarine Band was, at the time, not a celebrated, enormously influential figure in country western music. He was an alcoholic trust-fund kid with a serious… Read More