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WXPN, the nationally recognized leader in Triple A radio and the premier guide for discovering new and significant artists in rock, blues, roots and folk, is the non-commercial, member-supported radio service of the University of Pennsylvania. WXPN produces World Cafe®, public radio’s most popular program of popular music hosted by David Dye and syndicated by NPR, and the Peabody Award winning Kids Corner hosted by Kathy O’Connell. WXPN also produces the XPN2 Singer-Songwriter Radio stream as its secondary radio channel in HD that is also available online. WXPN serves the greater Philadelphia area at 88.5 FM, the Lehigh Valley at 104.9, Worton/Baltimore at 90.5 FM, Lancaster/York at 88.7 FM, Harrisburg at 99.7 FM and the world via online streaming at XPN.org.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — WXPN (88.5 FM), the nationally recognized leader in Triple A music and a noncommercial radio service of the University of Pennsylvania, today announced the 2007 lineup for the now-named “XPoNential Music Festival” presented by Subaru. In addition, the annual summer festival has added an extra day and is returning to Camden County’s Wiggins Park, located on the Camden Waterfront, July 19th, 20th, 21st, and 22nd.
PHILADELPHIA, PA – WXPN, the nationally-recognized leader in Triple A music and noncommercial radio service of the University of Pennsylvania, today announced that Jim McGuinn will become the afternoon drive time host on 88.5 FM WXPN effective Monday, April 16. McGuinn will be on air from 4pm-7pm Mondays through Thursdays following the nationally syndicated World Cafe® program, hosted by David Dye.
PHILADELPHIA, PA – WXPN, the nationally-recognized leader in Triple A music and noncommercial radio service of the University of Pennsylvania, names Amy Winehouse as its April Artist To Watch. Host David Dye will present the first of the month’s on-air segments today, Monday, April 2, in the 4 p.m. hour.
If you are a newcomer to the world of music, you may have reservations about the many factors that affect all musicians, from wondering if playing music is a “real job” to experiencing writer’s block. But have no fear, for WISDOM FOR A YOUNG MUSICIAN (Running Press; April 2007; Hardcover; $14.95) by Bruce Warren, executive producer of NPR’s World Cafe®, is here! In response to steady calls from young musicians asking how to start out, Bruce compiled this collection of quotes, interviews, and Q&A’s from successful musicians and top industry executives, giving sound advice and support to up and coming artists.
WXPN Annual Music Festival at Wiggins Park July 19-22 Four Days of Great Music On the Camden Waterfront
Philadelphia, PA - WXPN, the nationally-recognized leader in Triple A music and a noncommercial radio service of the University of Pennsylvania, today announced that its annual music festival, now named the XPoNential Music Festival, will return to Camden County's Wiggins Park located on the Camden Waterfront, July 19th to 22nd. The previously three-day event has been expanded to four days. The festival is presented by Subaru.