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Hawk listeners, welcome to yet another amazing semester of great HAWK RADIO! This semester's shows have begun! Be sure to check the schedule out for information about all of our programming, new and old.
--Hawk Radio Exec. Board
This Wednesday, Rob Fahey & The Pieces will be returning to SMCM to perform a concert on the Campus Center Patio. The show starts at 8pm and is free and open to all. Rob has been a Baltimore-area stalwart since his days with The Ravyns, when his song "Raised on the Radio" was chosen to feature in the blockbuster Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Since then, Rob has stayed active in the music scene and continued to write and record. With The Pieces, he will perform his original music spanning his time with The Ravyns up to the present, as well as selected classic rock cover tunes. The last time Rob played SMCM, he performed "You Don't See Many of Those Around" for the first time in over 30 years, so who knows what surprises Wednesday could hold. It is also our plan to broadcast the event live so that those of you who cannot attend can still listen in. Unfortunately, we will not be able to broadcast this event live due to technical issues.
On March 9, the Ravyns Guitars (Rob Fahey, Lee Townsend, David Bell & Tim Steele) will be performing at The Ruddy Duck in Solomons. They will be performing their hit "Raised on the Radio" from the film Fast Times at Ridgemont High, as well as old favorites and material from their forthcoming CD due in July. Doors will open at 9pm, the band starts at 10. Other info, including ticket prices, will be announced closer to the event date. To help contribute to the Indiegogo effort to fund The Ravyns' CD, visit this link: http://www.indiegogo.com/Ravyns
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Many apologies to any who have missed their favorite show the past couple of days because of our technical issues. Unfortunately, these problems will not be fixed until spring break. However, to ensure that shows run as scheduled for the next two weeks, we are instituting a stopgap solution. Shows will precede as normal, but they will not be able to be recorded or archived. Also, there will be no automated programming between shows. It is our expectation to be fully functional again after break.
Well, the moment you've all been waiting for is finally here! The archives feature of our website is now up and running, so you will be able to access past recordings of this semesters shows in case you happen to miss your favorite program one week, or if you just loved the show so much you need to hear it twice! The recordings are accessible under each individual show's page. Recordings from last semester and previous years are not currently available, but it is our hope to have them up at some point in the future.
Hello, HAWK fans!
We are happy to announce that shows will begin tomorrow, February 3rd! Check our schedule on the website to see what fantastic programming we have lined up for the semester! This spring will see the return of some old favorites as well as some exciting new shows.
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The HAWK Radio Executive Board
We would like to thank the Tiger Cubs from Den 5, Pack 1785 for coming out to visit the station tonight! Hope you enjoyed the tour, and good luck earning your Tiger Badges!
I'm sure everyone is excited about the upcoming Super Bowl, but its time to turn our attention to another Ravens for a bit....the original Baltimore Ravyns, that is. Please check out their Indiegogo campaign to help fund a new CD release. This long overdue CD will be their first release in several years, and will resurrect many of the bands old favorites from the 80s that have never before been released. Remember, any money you can contribute will help the band out! Here is the link: http://www.indiegogo.com/Ravyns
Loyal listeners, tomorrow (Sunday, December 9) will be the last day of student-run programming on the HAWK for this semester. Student shows will resume in January. Automated programming will continue as usual, including the Baltimore Bands Hour every day at noon. Happy Holidays!
Hey HAWK listeners! As part of the Twain Lecture series, there will be a performance tonight entitled "Music & Truth." It will feature the musical talents of Nashville songwriter John Reynolds and traditional/roots musician Gary Kirkland. Professor Ben Click, director of the Twain Lecture Series, will also provide commentary from the works of Mark Twain during the event. The performance will begin at 8pm, and you can listen to it live at the following link: http://media.seahawkradio.com:8000/hawklive