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Mark Erelli - Sunday Breakfast - 2014

by John Platt
Jeremy Rainer

Mark Erelli has been one of New England's finest, if underrated, singer-songwriters for many years. On his new album, "Milltowns," he pays tribute to one of his heroes, another son of New England, the late Bill Morrissey. He made a return visit to the Sunday Breakfast to talk about his relationship with Bill and perform songs from the album, accompanied by Charlie Rose (no, not the TV journalist, but a master of pedal steel guitar and banjo).

Question of the Day 12/31/14

by Morning Show

Although Mr. Hazlitt believes only 'words' last forever, on the last day of the year, we'd like to know a song released in 2014 that you think people will still be listening to in 2024, maybe even 2064. You know: A song that will really LAST. Love to hear your ideas on this one. And, we'll put together a set about 9:15.

Tim Showalter - FUV Live Guest DJ - 2014

by Russ Borris
Strand of Oaks, photo by Nick D'Agostino

2014 was a pretty incredible year for Tim Showalter. The Philly-based songwriter released his latest album as Strand of Oaks called Heal to widespread critical acclaim. He also enjoyed more success at radio and in touring than ever before. Much of that can be attributed to Tim’s outgoing, joyous personality. I’ve had the pleasure of talking with Tim on a few occasions and the conversations always found their way back to music of all kinds. Those conversations inspired the idea to have different artists come up to WFUV to play some of their favorite songs and albums of the year, and here is Tim's takeover of FUV airwaves!