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Interview Archive | Dec 31, 2006

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN Live at 90.5 The NIGHT

The day before his benefit concert for the New Jersey chapter of the American Red Cross, Bruce Springsteen stopped by the studios of Brookdale Public Radio (90.5 WBJB) Monday afternoon to show his support for the station’s Fall Membership Drive. WBJB is located in Lincroft, NJ–a stone’s throw from Red Bank–and affiliated with Brookdale Community College. Continue Reading

Interview Archive | Dec 19, 2006

AMOS LEE Live at 90.5 The NIGHT

Singer/songwriter Amos Lee, with his guitarist Nate Skiles, recently visited WBJB-FM on their way to play the legendary Stone Pony in Asbury Park for the first time. They played a few songs for and chatted with 90.5 The NIGHT’s Jeff Raspe. Keep listening to the archived stream to hear Amos & Nate play 2 extra songs that were not included in the broadcast.
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Interview Archive | Dec 19, 2006

INDIGENOUS Live at 90.5 The NIGHT

Mato Nanji of Indigenous recently visited with Jeff Raspe at WBJB-FM, 90.5 The NIGHT to play a few songs and chat. Stay tuned till the end of the stream to hear a song that wasn’t in the original broadcast.
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Interview Archive | Dec 19, 2006

JOSEPH ARTHUR Live at 90.5 The NIGHT

Joseph Arthur and his band stopped by 90.5 The NIGHT the day before his new album, Nuclear Daydream, hit stores. They played a few new songs and chatted with WBJB-FM’s Jeff Raspe. Stay tuned till the end of the stream to hear a song that Joseph and band performed but that we didn’t broadcast.
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Interview Archive | Dec 19, 2006

String Cheese Incident Live at 90.5 The NIGHT

Keith and Kyle from The String Cheese Incident recently dropped by 90.5 The NIGHT and chatted with Saturday mid-day host Stephanie. They then walked over to the Robert J. Collins Arena on the campus of Brookdale Community College to play to 2000 of their closest friends.
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