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Special Events - Live at the Depot
The Historic Old Depot
WFWM 91.9 FM, Public Radio from Frostburg State University, in co-operation with the FSU Dept. of Mass Communications and the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad, will present “Live at the Depot,” a series of live old-time radio shows at the historic Old Depot in Frostburg, MD. The shows will feature 15 minute performances by local roots music bands and musicians. Chuck Dicken, WFWM Station Director, will serve as emcee.
The performances will be recorded by WFWM for broadcast on the station at a later date. The FSU Mass Communications department will also be videotaping each show for use on TV3. “Live At The Depot” will take place on each Friday in September between 12:30-2 pm, while the Scenic Railroad’s train is at the Depot. Train passengers and the general public were invited to attend the recordings for free.
The “Live at the Depot” shows are supported in part by the Allegany Arts Council and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. For questions, comments or suggestions, regarding “Live At The Depot” or any other WFWM programming, please call 301.687.4143. To receive up-to-date information on programming at WFWM Public Radio, including notification of special programs, e-mail email@example.com or find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/wfwmradio. WFWM can be heard at 91.9fm, Frostburg and 96.3fm, Oakland.
|Cold Stream Road, Loretta Hummel||Sept. 7th|
|Black Diamond, Amy Fabbri & Friends||Sept. 14th|
|Frost Mountain Revival, Greg Latta||Sept. 21st|
|Bear Hill Bluegrass, Tom Hawk||Sept. 28th|
|SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE|
*schedule subject to change
|Makea Luzader, a student at Mountain Ridge High school, made a documentary for National History Day. The title of the movie is: A Battle Worth Fighting – the Path to the 19th Amendment. Makea’s research was supported by her school teachers, Dr. Julie Hartman of Frostburg State University, Ms. Jennifer Krafchik at Sewall-Belmont House & Museum, and WFWM radio station at Frostburg State University.|