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Catie Curtis - Sunday Breakfast - 2014

by John Platt
Jeremy Rainer

The last couple of years have been a period of personal change for Catie Curtis, the openhearted singer-songwriter from Boston. She returned to the Sunday Breakfast to talk candidly about those changes and perform songs of pain and songs of hope from her latest album, Flying  Dream.

The Raveonettes - FUV Live - 2014

by Alisa Ali

Earlier this year, the Danish duo The Raveonettes released its seventh full-length album, Pe'ahi. The album is named after a legendary surf break on the island of Maui, and there is even a track on the new record that recounts a true story about a near-death experience that Sune Rose Wagner had while surfing in Hawaii several years ago. In typical Raveonettes fashion, the songs on the new album deal with dark subject matter, but this time the songs hit even closer to home for Wagner, as he was dealing with the death of his father during the making of the record. Like many people, music helped him deal with this situation and he and his partner, Sharin Foo, ended up making a brilliant record that is a huge sonic leap forward for the band. During a recent Studio A visit, they performed a couple of their older songs for us, which you can watch here.

You Rocked This Mixtape.

by Carmel Holt

The all-request FUV Mixtape for Monday, October 27, 2014

Cream – I Feel Free – Fresh Cream (for Jack Bruce)
Cream – White Room – Wheels On Fire (for Jack Bruce)
Matthew Sweet – Evangeline – Girlfriend
Pretenders – Precious – Pretenders
Modest Mouse – Ocean Breathes Salty – Good News For People Who Love Bad News
The Fixx – Beautiful Friction – Beautiful Friction

Question of the Day: Last Name Is a First Name

by Corny O'Connell

Over the weekend we learned of the passing of Jack Bruce, vocalist, bassist and songwriter for Cream which also included Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker. The music they created is among the most enduring and influential in rock history. Listener Kevin from Stamford suggests a Question of the Day in memory of Jack Bruce - artists whose last name can also be a first name. List your favorites below and we'll spin a set after 9am.

Here's what we played:

"SWLABR" - Cream (Jack Bruce)

"Trampoline" - Joe Henry

FUV's New Dig: Trigger Hippy

by Darren DeVivo
Photo by Deirdre Hynes/WFUV

Trigger Hippy
Trigger Hippy
Rounder Records


Trigger Hippy brings together five music industry veterans boasting impressive individual resumes. I wouldn't hesitate to call them a supergroup.

The band was pulled together by Black Crowes drummer Steve Gorman, and includes the vocal team of Joan Osborne and (singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist) Jackie Greene. The lead guitarist is celebrated session musician Tom Bukovac, and the bass is played by Nick Govrik.