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FUV at the Newport Folk Festival 2014

by WFUV Staff
photo by Alice Baxley

The Newport Folk Festival is next weekend, and FUV is once again headed to Fort Adams State Park with NPR Music to bring you some of the sights and sounds. Our coverage kicks off next Friday, with the opening night performance by Ryan Adams. Although the prolific songwriter has a deep catalog to draw from, we're likely in for a lot of new material as Ryan is set to release a self-titled album on September 9th. Listen in and find out, Friday at 6pm on 90.7FM or online. Then all weekend long, FUV will be at Newport's main Fort Stage, recording performances and posting them to the FUV Vault.

The National - FUV Live from Celebrate Brooklyn - 2014

by Russ Borris
Matt Berninger of The National, photo by Caroline Inzucchi

The National kicked off the first of three nights at Celebrate Brooklyn with an amazing performance in front of a sold out crowd in Prospect Park. The band ran through a nearly two hour set filled with fan favorites like "Bloodbuzz Ohio" and "Fake Empire" while mixing in some great surprises, too. They had the crowd captivated from start to finish, and it's clear that The National have taken their live show to a whole new level.

Jack Johnson - FUV Live from Celebrate Brooklyn - 2014

by Rita Houston
Jack Johnson, photo by Deirdre Hynes

It was quite a night at Prospect Park Bandshell, as Jack Johnson and his band played in Brooklyn for the first time ever. And it was a perfect, laid-back start to a series of live broadcasts FUV will be doing from Celebrate Brooklyn this "Summer of FUV." Aside from playing songs from his latest album, To Here To Now To You, Jack treated the sold-out crowd to a setlist from all across his catalog, threw in a few covers, and invited up some special guests: Afie Jurvanen of Bahamas (who opened the show) and members of Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros.

Question of the Day: Favorite Outdoor Concert?

by Corny O'Connell

Summer is just around the corner and for music lovers in the New York area that means concerts al fresco. You can look forward to a host of outdoor shows from Central Park Summerstage, Celebrate Brooklyn, Clearwater's Great Hudson River Revival and beyond. Got a favorite memory of an outdoor concert? Share it in the comments below and we'll spin a set of those artists after 9am.

Check out WFUV's 2014 Guide to Summer Music.

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2014 Guide to Summer Music

by WFUV Staff
photo by Nina Westervelt

With festival season upon us, it's time for the annual WFUV Guide to Summer Music. We've compiled our picks for some of the best outdoor festivals throughout the New York area, and a few if you're up for a longer road trip. Wherever you're headed, keep your fingers crossed for good weather and have a blast this "Summer of FUV."

2013 Guide to Summer Music

by WFUV Staff


With the festival season swinging into gear, it's time for the annual WFUV Guide to Summer Music. We've compiled our picks for some of the best outdoor festivals, not just throughout the New York metropolitan area, but up to New England for Newport and Wilco's Solid Sound. Whether it's a subway ride or a road trip away, there's great music waiting for you!


Where: Croton Point Park in Croton-on-Hudson, NY

When: June 15-16