Portsmouth Community Radio News

Article about Jeff Erwin in Sunday issue of Portsmouth Herald

Jeff Erwin is a long-time WSCA volunteer and the owner of Trashcan Lid Productions. The article Newington students get refresh take on reduce, reuse and recycle was published in The Portsmouth Herald on April 11, 2010: Artist-in-residence Jeff Erwin teaches Newington youngsters about ecology and science of sound and light waves during musical lessons. Students at Newington Public School have been involved this week in a creative study unit focused on syllabification, human ecology, the science of sound and light...

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WSCA takes its show on the road

[caption id="attachment_70" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="WSCA has more than 50 shows on its weekly schedule, produced entirely by volunteers. The radio station doesn't have a single paid staffer."][/caption] The city's community radio station now has the ability to take its show on the road, and its first stop will be the Spotlight Awards on Thursday, April 15. WSCA-LP 106.1FM will host a Spotlight Awards pre-show party in The Music Hall's Founder's Lobby beginning at 6 p.m. (Yes, the bar will be...

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New Releases – April 2010

Jazz Artist: Yuko Ito Title: Mania De Você Label: Funny Baby Face Terry MacDonald’s Comments: This Japanese native sings the Brazilian repertoire—and very well. Good band, too. Artist: Carol Morgan Trio Title: Opening Label: Blue Bamboo Music Terry MacDonald’s Comments: The saxophone-led chordless trio is no longer surprising—but here's trumpet-led one. And she's a woman. A fine, adventuresome player, sometimes joined by an alto/soprano saxophonist. Artist: El Movimiento Title: The Movement Label: Nueva Nota Terry MacDonald’s Comments: This is a...

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Fundraiser for WSCA on April 10 featuring Christine Lavin and Don White

Special Fundraising Concert Featuring Christine Lavin and Don White with the special guest Graig Werth! TICKETS WHEN: On Saturday April 10th -  7:30pm WHERE: South Church, 292 State Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801 [caption id="attachment_192" align="alignnone" width="308" caption="Christine Lavin and Don White"][/caption] The event is organized by Kennebunk Coffeehouse: We here at the Kennebunk Coffeehouse believe strongly in, and support wholeheartedly, the mission and vision of WSCA 106.1 FM - Portsmouth Community Radio. We are excited to be working hand in...

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New Releases – March 2010

Jazz Artist: Olivier Manchon Title: Orchestre de Chambre Miniature, Vol. 1 Label: ObliqSound Terry's Comments: A classical string quartet with guest soloists added (sax, harmonica, piano). Beautifully lyrical music, wonderful. Artist: New York Art Quartet Title: Old Stuff Label: Cuneiform Terry's Comments: This is early (1965) free jazz. From the promoter: "The New York Art Quartet was a band that left the scene too soon. Active for barely a year and a half, the group made just two records—both prized...

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The Housejacks on Stay Tuned with Shawn Henderson

The San Francisco based male acapella group The Housejacks totally charmed the listeners and everybody who was present in the studio. Without a single instrument they recreated the sound of the whole band! [caption id="attachment_12" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Male acapella group from San Francisco"][/caption]

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WSCA Community Dance – January 30, 2009

Come and dance to R&B, Motown, Funk and Rock with firy Jeannie Daniels. Special opening band - Los Border Coyotes (8:00-8:30).   WHEN: JANUARY 30, 2009, 8:00PM-12:00AM. Door opens at 7:30. WHERE: The Hall, 238 Deer Street, Portsmouth, NH HOW MUCH: $10/person, 2 for $15 at the door. FREE with the basic WSCA membership ($25) FINE PRINT: THIS IS 21+ EVENT.

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Article about Rob Kanzer, the host of What Can I Say?

York life coach helps clients look to future is the interview with the host of What Can I Say? , the bi-weekly show on WSCA 106.1FM dedicated to make your communications better. YW: What is it that you do? What is it that people want out of life and what do they want in their businesses? RK: Often surprisingly, it's the same thing — health and happiness. People want to be happy themselves and if they are business people, they...

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