FUV Music Gifts
- FUV Live 19 CD
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- FUV Live Supporting Producer
- Album of the Month Club
- Marquee Membership
- Marquee Membership and Album of the Month Club
'Don't Send a Gift' Option
Declining a thank-you gift from WFUV means that the full amount of your gift goes right to the radio station. We count on listener support for most of our operating expenses every year, so every little bit helps!
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Our carefully curated disc of this year's best live performances, compiled by Program Director Rita Houston.
Available at $9/month ($108/year); at $12/month with the WFUV T-Shirt or at $20/month with the WFUV Hoodie.
- Band of Horses, "Casual Party"
- Josh Ritter, "Getting Ready to Get Down"
- Charles Bradley, "Ain't It a Sin"
- Andrew Bird, "Roma Fade"
- Andra Day, "Rise Up"
- The Arcs, "Put a Flower in Your Pocket"
- Lake Street Dive, "Mistakes"
- BØRNS, "Electric Love"
- Mac Demarco, "No Other Love"
- Sunflower Bean, "Easier Said"
- Hey Marseilles, "Eyes on You"
- Kurt Vile, "Pretty Pimpin"
- Dave Rawlings Machine, "The Weekend"
- Dylan LeBlanc, "Cautionary Tale"
- Nathaniel Rateliffe and the Nightsweats, "Look it Here"
- Glen Hansard, "Her Mercy"
- Gary Clark Jr, "Church"
- Seratones, "Don't Need It"
- Parquet Courts, "Dust"
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FUV Live Supporting Producer
Your name on FUV Live 20:
It takes a village of music lovers to make our annual CD of the best live performances we capture over the course of the year. Go on the record with your support for live music on the radio! As with any producer credit, you'll be thanked by name, printed on the inside of the CD. You also enjoy all the benefits of WFUV Membership for one year, like the ticket Member Line and MemberCard discounts, plus, of course — a copy of the CD upon its release. Available for $45/month (or $540 annual).
WFUV Album of the Month Club:
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Receive a new release every month over the next year, hand-selected by WFUV's Music Director - including the FUV Live 19 CD. Past club members have received truly great new releases - here's a list. Of course you also enjoy all the benefits of WFUV Membership for one year, like the ticket Member Line and your discount-rich MemberCard. Available for $60/month (or $720 annual).
WFUV Marquee Membership
Support WFUV as a Marquee Member and you'll get invitations to WFUV's private live concert broadcasts throughout the year. Head over here for more info.
Past performances have included Andrew Bird, Lucinda Williams, Houndmouth, Dawes, Indigo Girls, Steve Earle, Brandi Carlile, Nicole Atkins, Blind Boys of Alabama, Joan Osborne, Josh Ritter, the Old 97's and many more.
Of course you also enjoy all the benefits of WFUV Membership for one year, like the free-ticket Member Line and the discount-rich MemberCard, plus you'll receive the latest live CD collection of exclusive studio performances.
Marquee Membership is available for generous donations of $125/month ($1,500/year) and over.
Marquee Membership and Album of the Month Club
The Album of the Month Club brings you new releases every month for a year. Marquee Membership puts you on the guest list for WFUV's private events. Why should you have to choose? Of course there are all the benefits of WFUV Membership for one year as well.
Marquee Membership and Album of the Month Club is available for generous donations of $150/month ($1,800/year) and over.
Celtic Show Gifts
WFUV Tote Bag
For your contribution of $5/month ($60/year) or more to WFUV: A sturdy and generous sized tote bag with a prominent WFUV logo, in Eco-Friendly 100% Cotton Canvas.
Although long-time friends, Gailfean's lineup was literally “blown together” by stormy weather in October of 2012. Their signature is “pure drop” Irish traditional music played in traditional style. Members include seven-time All-Ireland button-box champion John Whelan; premier Irish-American fiddler Brian Conway; singing, dancing, story-telling, bodhrán player Máirtín De Cógáin; and accompanist Don Penzien.
Available for $6/month, for $12/month with the WFUV T-Shirt, or for $20/month with the WFUV Hoodie.
The WFUV cotton t-shirt is cool and simple with a retro feel. Choose heather red or slate blue with a large WFUV logo. Choose S, M, L or XL. Available at $12/month ($144) with the above CD.
Stay warm and show your support for your favorite radio station at the same time. The 2016-17 WFUV Hoodie is navy blue with modern, distressed white letters. Choose S, M, L or XL. Available at $20/month ($240) with the above CD.
The Big Broadcast Gifts
- The Big Broadcast CD 12
- The Big Broadcast CD 11
- The Big Broadcast CD 10
- The Big Broadcast CD 9
- The Big Broadcast CD 8
- The Big Broadcast CD 7
- The Big Broadcast CD 6
- WFUV T-Shirt
- WFUV Hoodie
- The Big Broadcast CD of the Month Club
The Big Broadcast Collection 12
The 2016-17 Big Broadcast CD, with two dozen+ rarities, almost all appearing on CD for the first time; plus a live broadcast being heard for the first time in 85 years! They include familiar names, like Annette Hanshaw and Paul Whiteman, plus some British dance band rarities. And an original, automotive themed cover by Beacon, New York painter Erica Hauser.
The track list: 1) My Sweetie Went Away: Anna Chandler - 2) Oh, Lady Be Good!: Cliff Edwards (Ukelele Ike) 3) Lulu Belle: Mike Markel's Orchestra 4) Jersey Walk: Miss Lee Morse and Her Blue Grass Boys 5) Didn't I Tell You?: Skinnay Ennis with Hal Kemp and His Orchestra 6) I Got Worry: Jimmy Joy's Orchestra 7) Fireworks: Duke Yellman and His Orchestra 8) Sweetheart o' Mine: Frank Sylvano 9) Chloe Blues: Billy Cotton's Band 10) A Garden in the Rain: The Ever-Bright Boys 11) Moanin' Low: Phil Harris with Laughner-Harris Entertaining Orchestra 12) With You: Annette Hanshaw 13) Out of Nowhere: Smith Ballew with Majestic Dance Orchestra 14) I've Got It-But It Don't Do Me No Good: Bill Currie with Harry Roy & His New Lyricals 15) Have You Forgotten?: Smith Ballew with Victor Young and The Brunswick Orchestra 16) Poor Kid: Al Bowlly with The Blue Jays 17) Tango Americano: Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra 18) Rose of Washington Square: Howard Thomas and His Orchestra 19) Rhythm Man: Pee Wee Hunt with Casa Loma Orchestra 20) Look Who's Here: Ovie Alston with Claude Hopkins and His Orchestra 21) (Hi-Ho-Lack-a-Day) What Have We Got To Lose: Ramona and Her Grand Piano 22) Best Wishes: Sam Browne with Billy Cotton and His Band 23) Here Comes My Ball and Chain: Joe Sanders and His Orchestra 24) You: Denny Dennis with Roy Fox and His Orchestra 25) You're Telling Me: George Olsen and His Music Live Radio Performance
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The 2015-16 Big Broadcast with two dozen+ rarities; almost all appearing on CD for the first time, and a few debuting after an 80-year wait. They include familiar names, like Gene Austin and Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, along with the first vocal version of "Star Dust." And you'll be greeted by a cover from " Startoonizt" Chuck Frazier.
The track list: 1. My Pillow and Me: Lizzie Miles; 2. Mandy Make Up Your Mind: Nick Lucas with The Oriole Orchestra; 3. Then I'll Be Happy: Peggy English; 4. Someday Sweetheart: Gene Austin; 5. I'd Walk a Million Miles (To Be a Little Nearer to You): Jack Crawford and his Orchestra; 6. Lady of Havana: Hogan Hancock and His Orchestra; 7. When My Dreams Come True: Smith Ballew with Sam's Bay State Orchestra; 8. Baby, Oh! Where Can You Be?: Maurice Elwin with Rhythm Maniacs; 9. Satisfied: Jack Payne and his BBC Dance Orchestra; 10. Sweet Nothings of Love: Merle Johnston and his Ceco Couriers; 11. Star Dust: Smith Ballew with Chester Leighton and His Sophomores; 12. Keep a Song in Your Soul: Bill "Bojangles" Robinson; 13. Lazy Day: Al Rinker Trio; 14. Strange as It Seems: Harlan Lattimore and his Orchestra; 15. 'Long About Sundown: Maurice Cross with Don Bestor and his Orchestra; 16. You'll Never Get Up to Heaven That Way: Ramona with Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra; 17. Vamp Till Ready: Fred Elizalde; 18. Adorable: Sam Browne with Scott Wood and his Orchestra; 19. Tea for Two: Tom Berwick and his Orchestra; 20. One Little Kiss: Gene Glennam with Ted Weems and His Orchestra; 21. Clouds: Bob Crosby; 22. Who?: Ichiro Fujiyama; 23. Chasing Shadows: Chick Bullock and his Levee Loungers; 24. Lonely Moments: Boots and his Buddies; 25. Rain, Rain, Go Away/Crazy People: Buddy Rogers and His Orchestra (Private Radio Broadcast Recording)
The Big Broadcast Collection 10
The 2014-15 version, with an eye-popping cover by underground comix icon Kim Deitch. You'll find the expected mix of standards and obscurities from Ted Lewis, Noble Sissle and Annette Hanshaw, plus a live performance from Irene Taylor.
The track list: 1. Three O’Clock in the Morning: Scranton Sirens Orchestra; 2. Too Tired: Jan Garber and his Orchestra; 3. I Found a Million Dollar Baby (In a Five and Ten Cent Store.: Scrappy Lambert with Jack Albin’s Orchestra; 4. I Can’t Believe That You’re in Love With Me: Ralph Bennett with The Seven Aces; 5. Give Me a Night in June: Noble Sissle; 6. When You’re With Somebody Else: Bernie Cummins and his Orchestra; 7. Nagasaki: Irving Kaufman with The Ipana Troubadors; 8. Etiquette: Bill Haid and his Cubs; 9. Ten Little Miles from Town: Paul Ash and his Orchestra; 10. I’ve Been a Fool About You: Catherine Boswell (The Sunshine Girl); 11. Why Can’t You?: Scrappy Lambert with Nat Shilkret and the Victor Orchestra; 12. The World is Waiting for the Sunrise: Ted Lewis and his Band; 13. Sing Something Simple: Scrappy Lambert with Fred Rich and his La Palina Orchestra; 14. Heartaches: Paul Small with The Embassy Dance Orchestra; 15. Crying to the Moon: Annette Hanshaw; 16. Somebody from Somewhere: Kenneth Sargent with Bob Causer and his Cornellians; 17. It Was So Beautiful: Harry Richman; 18. I’ll Never Have to Dream Again: Elmer Feldkamp & his Orchestra; 19. Why Don’t You Tell Me So?: Helen Raymond; 20. Minor Mania: Claude Hopkins and his Orchestra; 21. Because of Once Upon a Time: Alan Curtis with Johnny Green and his Orchestra; 22. My Little Pride and Joy: Joe Sullivan; 23. Tomorrow is Another Day: Dolly Dawn with George Hall and his Orchestra; 24. Nero: Eddie Farley and his Orchestra; 25. So Ashamed: Irene Taylor with Charlie Agnew and his Orchestra (Private Radio Broadcast Recording)
The Big Broadcast Collection 9
Discover new versions of old favorites for 2014, like "Sweet Georgia Brown" and a pair with a "Marx Brothers" connection, plus a never-before-heard recording from Fred Astaire!
The track list: 1. Desecration Rag (A Classic Nightmare): Felix Arndt 6 March 1914; 2. Do Doodle Oom: Fletcher Henderson’s Orchestra 9 August 1923; 3. The Monkey Doodle-Doo!: Boyd Senter 25 November 1925; 4. What Do I Care What Somebody Said: Charlie Warren with Jan Garber and his Orchestra 16 May 1927; 5. I Must Have That Man: Irene Taylor 1 June 1928; 6. Is It Gonna Be Long?: Frankie Masters and his Orchestra 17 July 1928; 7. Oh! You Sweet Old Watcha-May-Call-It: Irving Aaronson and his Commanders 28 September 1928; 8. Out of the Dawn: Smith Ballew with Buddy Clark and his Orchestra 24 November 1928; 9. Come West, Little Girl, Come West: Rudy Vallee Accomp. by His Connecticut Yankees 12 December 1928; 10. My Lucky Star: Skinnay Ennis with Hal Kemp and his Orchestra 21 January 1929; 11. High Life: Spike Hughes and his Orchestra 8 April 1931; 12. Beautiful Love: Frank Luther with Victor Arden-Phil Ohman and their Orchestra 24 April 1931; 13. Sweet Georgia Brown: Estes Monasco with Snooks and his Memphis Stompers 21 May 1931; 14. In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree: Howard Thomas and his Orchestra 13 January 1932; 15. Constantly: Kenneth Sargent with the Casa Loma Orchestra 17 May 1932; 16.Casa Loma Stomp: Casa Loma Orchestra 17 May 1932; 17. I’ve Got You on My Mind: Fred Astaire with Leo Reisman and his Orchestra 22 November 1932; 18. A Ghost of a Chance: Charlie Palloy with Frank La Motta and his Orchestra March 1933; 19. You’re Such a Comfort to Me: Loyce Whiteman with Jay Whidden and his Biltmore Orchestra 23 October 1933; 20. I’ll Be Hard to Handle: Ramona and her Grand Piano 2 March 1934; 21. A Thousand Goodnights: Raie da Costa with The New Mayfair Dance Orchestra 12 May 1934; 22. Try to See It My Way: Smith Ballew with Eddie Jackson Orchestra 31 May 1934; 23. Rockin’ in Rhythm: Red Nichols and his World Famous Pennies 18 June 1934; 24. I’m Goin’ Shoppin’ With You: Chick Bullock with Ted Wilson and his Orchestra 1 February 1935; 25. Where’s My Sweetie Hiding?: Johnny Williams and his Swing Sextette 15 June 1937; 26. If You Want My Love, You Gotta Do More Than That: Nina Mae McKinney 1929 MGM Studio Disc
The Big Broadcast Collection 8
For 2013, the 40th Anniversary Edition.
The track list: 1. That Bran' New Gal O' Mine: Yerkes' Famous Flotilla Orchestra ca. December 1923; 2. Manhattan: Phil Ohman and Victor Arden with Regent Club Orchestra 11 November 1925; 3. How Many Times?: Harold Arlen with Buffalodians July 1926; 4. Song of the Wanderer (Where Shall I Go): Freddie Rose 4 May 1927; 5. Spanish Dream: Jack Pettis and his Pets 3 July 1928; 6. I May Be Wrong, But I Think You're Wonderful: Al Katz and his Orchestra; 7. Singin' in the Rain: Lud Gluskin and his Orchestra c. November 1929; 8. Should I?: Sam Browne with Manhattan Melodymakers 9 May 1930; 9. I've Been So Blue: Gus Deloof and his Racketeers May 1931; 10. Blues in My Heart: Lee Sims September 1931; 11. Sugar: Johnny Davis and his Orchestra October 1931; 12. Dinah: Red (Pepper) Sam 27 October 1931; 13. That's What Heaven Means to Me: Ruth Etting 9 May 1932; 14. My Heart's at Ease: Chick Bullock and his Levee Loungers 26 July 1932; 15. Lonesome Me: Woody Herman with Tom Gerun and his Orchestra 1 August 1932; 16. Minnie the Moocher's Wedding Day: Nina Mae McKinney with Garland Wilson November 1932; 17. Song of the Islands: The Three Keys 16 August 1933; 18. Everything's Fine With Me: Cyril Grantham with Tony Miller and his Band 1 August 1933; 19. Shadows: Dave Rose and his Orchestra 29 September 1933; 20. Puddin' Head Jones: Chick Bullock with Bob Causer and his Cornellians 14 November 1933; 21. For All We Know: Nick Lucas 3 August 1934; 22. Learning: Eddie Stone and his Orchestra 9 October 1934; 23. Washboard Blues: Casper Reardon and his Group 10 May 1937; 24. Subway: Ozzie Nelson and his Orchestra 10 November 1937; 25. Sing (It's Good For You)/Shuffle Off to Buffalo/Great Day: Vincent Lopez and his Orchestra 25 May 1933 Live Broadcast Recording
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2012's double CD includes a complete June 1932 "Lucky Strike Hour" radio show, with the orchestras of Joe Sanders and Jack Denny, only available in this WFUV membership package.
The track list: 1. Moxie: Arthur Fields with Harry Raderman's Orchestra 1921 - 2. Tampeekoe: Charlie Skeete and his Orchestra 8 June 1926 - 3. (She Did It Then-She’s Doing It Now. And She’ll Be Doing It for a Long, Long Time: Harry Barris December 1926 - 4. My Heart Stood Still: Golden Gate Orchestra July 1927 - 5. Weary Feet: Jack Richmond March 1928 - 6. Happy Days and Lonely Nights: Smith Ballew with Meyer Davis’ Swanee Syncopators 20 October 1928 - 7. Sophomore Prom: Cliff Edwards 28 May 1929 - 8. Nobody’s Sweetheart: Marion Harris December 1929 - 9. Chinnin’ and Chattin’ With May: Tom Stacks with Frank Auburn Orchestra 10 April 1930 - 10. A Cottage for Sale: Al Shayne 1930 - 11. They Satisfy: Charlie Lawman with Mills Music Masters 21 January 1931 - 12. Walkin’ My Baby Back Home: Scrappy Lambert with Milt Shaw and his Detroiters 13 February 1931 - 13. I Don’t Know Why (I Just Do): Annette Hanshaw 22 September 1931 - 14. I Guess I’ll Have to Change My Plan: Ramona with Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra 16 August 1932 - 15. Ev’ryone Says I Love You: Les Allen with The B.B.C. Dance Orchestra Directed by Henry Hall 20 December 1932 - 16. He’s a Son of the South: Ovie Alston with Claude Hopkins and his Roseland Orchestra 13 January 1933 - 17. Smoke Rings: Harold Arlen with Leo Reisman and his Orchestra 11 July 1933 - 18. Chinatown, My Chinatown: Louis Prima 28 September 1933 - 19. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes: Dick Robertson with George Hall and his Orchestra 3 January 1934 - 20. Lovely to Look At: Browning and Starr 1935 - 21. That’s a Plenty: The Harmonettes 19 January 1935 - 22. She’s a Latin from Manhattan: Jimmy Farrell with Johnny Green and his Orchestra 28 March 1935 - 23. Get Out and Get Under the Moon: Regal Jazz Band 1937 Regal 6704 - 24. That’s What I Like About the South: Phil Harris and his Orchestra 31 March 1937 - 25. Doin’ the Derby: Joe Sanders and his Nighthawks Orchestra 14 June 1932 Unissued Private Radio Recording
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Rich Conaty's hand-picked selections in 2011.
1. "Fate," The Scranton Sirens (1923) - 2. "Lovey Came Back," Cliff Edwards (10 December 1923) - 3. "Looking at the World Thru' Rose-Colored Glasses," Arthur Fields with Golden Gate Orchestra (10 August 1926) - 4. "(Make My Cot) Where the Cot-Cot-Cotton Grows," The Cook Sisters (1 October 1927) - 5. "Sorry," Andy Razaf with Henderson's Collegians) - 6. "It's a Precious Little Thing Called Love," Ralph McMann with Jimmy Sauter's Night Owls) - 7. "They All Fall in Love," Will Osborne Orchestra (19 November 1929) - 8. "Tiger Rag," Hotel Pennsylvania Music (15 January 1930) - 9. "(I'd Like To Be) A Bee in Your Boudoir," Charles (Buddy) Rogers (27 February 1930) - 10. "Wabash Blues," Taylor's Dixie Orchestra (23 May 1931) - 11. "All of Me," Scrappy Lambert with Tom Gerun and His Orchestra (8 December 1931) - 12. "Day After Day," J.M. Stewart with Princeton Triangle Club Dance Orchestra (10 December 1931) - 13. "Got the South in My Soul," Singin' Sam (23 April 1932) - 14. "Spring is Here Again," Marion Harris (2 June 1932) - 15. "Banking on the Weather/A Great Big Bunch of You," Audrey Marsh and Sammy Fain with Joe Moss and His Orchestra (15 July 1932) - 16. "In the Dim Dim Dawning," Irene Taylor with Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra (17 November 1932) - 17. "Midnight, the Stars and You," Denny Dennis with Roy Fox and His Band (9 March 1934) - 18. "Lost in a Fog," Gloria Grafton (30 August 1934) - 19. "Blue Moon," Kenneth Sargent with Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra (16 November 1934) - 20. "On the Green," Rube Bloom (18 December 1934) - 21. "Accent on Youth," Dolly Dawn with George Hall and his Hotel Taft Orchestra (14 September 1935) - 22. "A Beautiful Lady in Blue," Al Bowlly with Ray Noble and his Orchestra (9 December 1935) - 23. "Trouble in Mind," Four Southerners (17 March 1937) - 24. "Junk-Man's Blues," Ovie Alston and His Orchestra (14 October, 1938) - 25. "King Porter Stomp," Cab Calloway and His Orchestra (ca. November 1932) Unissued private radio broadcast recording
The WFUV cotton t-shirt is cool and simple with a retro feel. Choose heather red or slate blue with a large WFUV logo. Choose S, M, L or XL. Available at $12/month ($144) with the latest Big Broadcast CD.
Stay warm and show your support for your favorite radio station at the same time. The 2016-17 WFUV Hoodie is navy blue with modern, distressed white letters. Choose S, M, L or XL.
Available at $20/month ($240) with the latest Big Broadcast CD.
The Big Broadcast CD of the Month Club
CD of the Month Club members get CDs of classic radio, hand-picked by Rich Conaty and mailed to your door every month with a personal note from Rich.
July 2016: McKinney's Cotton Pickers Vol 1 - August 2016: McKinney's Cotton Pickers Vol 2 - September 2016: Henry Burr - October 2016: Andy Kirk - November 2016: Cleo Brown - December 2016: Earl Hines - January 2017: Big Broadcast Volume 12 - February 2017: Irving Aaronson Vol 2 - January 2016: George Olsen Vol 2 February 2016: Red McKenzie Vol 2 - March 2016: Joseph C. Smith’s Orchestra - April 2016: Voices of Romance from the 1930s - May 2016: Henry Burr - June 2016: Andy Kirk - July 2016: McKinney’s Cotton Pickers Vol 1 - August 2016: McKinney’s Cotton Pickers Vol 2 - September 2016: Marion Harris - October 2016: Big Broadcast Vol 12 - November 2016: Wintertime Dreams: The Big Broadcast Christmas Collection - December 2016: Earl Hines - January 2017: Blossom Seeley - February 2017: Irving Aaronson Vol 2
One year available for $50/month ($600/year), or 6 Months available for $25/month ($300/year), both with the latest Big Broadcast CD.