Our two Australian keyboard playing buddies have been putting out some fine music. If you take a little time to check out both Clayton and Lachey’s YouTube entries, you will find some great festival performances. Clayton’s BB King tribute at the Broadbeach Festival features a full band. The top piece video shown here is the […]
Student volunteers from WOAS-FM 88.5 and the Ontonagon Area Schools Senior Service Project (SSP) class will be launching a driver safety campaign during the first week of February 2016. The local campaign is called DON’T BE DISTRACTED and is intended to raise awareness about the hazards of distracted driving. The campaign is being funded with […]
If the 11th Annual Porcupine Mountain Music Festival was scored like a baseball game, the box score would read: A lot of runs, hundreds of walks, one error, and no weather delays. Some weather was evident on the radar Friday evening, but the two storms passed north and south of the festival grounds. The […]
Choir! Choir! Choir! This bears more investigation – but a moving tribute in any case.
Sent a quick hello to Matt Glenndining at Moses Brown School to find out how hard the latest big snow blast in the east was affecting them. Matt said they had only 4 or 5 inches of snow through Saturday so most of the damage seems to have missed them to the south. At any […]
WOAS-FM 88.5 and the Ontonagon Area Schools Senior Service Project class will be teaming up in February 2016 to conduct a driving safety campaign called DON’T BE DISTRACTED. The program will be aimed a students in grades 6 throught 12. SSP and WOAS volunteers will be conducting a survey to gauge our students level […]
Remember when rock musicians wanted to make a difference? Well, they still do, there are a lot of charitable things being done by today’s musicians – here is a little throw back to the big hair metal days of 1985 – too bad many of the singers shown are no longer with us! Below is […]
Shown (l-r) Mary Farias, Lexi Hill, Destiny Pestka, Grace Welling, and Dominique Hamm (missing from photo – Kinsey Picotte). Once upon a time, the WOAS-FM day-shift was populated by students who were seeking an escape from study hall. Times change and the demands of the OASD academic classes on a much small teaching staff have […]
No better tribute than to hear Bowie’s music.
Anyone remember the the game “Six degrees of Kevin Bacon?” It essentially follows that any actor one can think of can be connected to actor/musician Kevin Bacon in six or less steps (or degrees, if you will). It is an adaptation of the old parlour game that says that any two people on Earth are […]