5th Annual College Radio Day – 10/02/15


HUNTINGTON, WEST VIRGINIA – In celebration of all things college radio and local music, in partnership with The V Club, I put together an eclectic bill of local music to represent the wide array of genres heard on WMUL. From a pop punk band, to a very retro sounding British invasion-esque four piece, to a band that’s very hard to pin down, a good time was had by all.

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Posing in front of the marquee in one of my favorite t-shirts. Second time I’ve seen a show that I planned come to fruition in the form of a marquee sign, and it feels just as good the second time around. Photo by Kelsie Tyson.

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Robb Coleman of Letters, the opening act of our three band bill. Photo by Autumn Vallandingham.

 

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Cody Hatton of Of The Dell ain’t scared of college radio. They have their debut EP of original songs coming out either late-2015 or early-2016. Photo by Kelsie Tyson.

 

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Christopher ‘Qiet’ Vincent of Qiet, one of the impossible not to watch showmen of the West Virginia music scene. Photo by Kelsie Tyson.