}
UnCommon Radio
From Boston Common
Broadcasting from Emerson College:
Run by Students, Supported by Listeners.
ON AIR NOW

support WERS

A FREE Festival on Boston Common

A FREE Festival on Boston Common

Free and open to the public, this community event on Boston Common will be fun for music lovers of all ages.

So plan to join WERS, Bleachers, Buffalo Tom, Juliana Hatfield, Air Traffic Controller, and more on August 18th for our first ever and totally FREE Wicked Good Festival.

Get Excited
Anjimile and the Colors of Pride

Anjimile and the Colors of Pride

Anjimile, an artist at Wicked Good Festival, transforms from an underneath-your-radar indie songwriter into a sonically captivating force to be reckoned with on their new album Colors. They first emerged into the Boston music scene in 2012 with their debut EP In the Garden. They have consistently been releasing stellar albums and extended plays for six years now.

Read On
Out of the Studio and Into Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Out of the Studio and Into Faneuil Hall Marketplace

WERS is celebrating the 4th of July and the entire summer with live music at Faneuil Hall Marketplace!

Join us for an entire day of free live music, featuring our Wicked Local Wednesday artist of the week, which will broadcast live at 8PM.

Get Stoked
SPONSORED ADVERTISEMENTS
Playlist

Playlist

Blog

Blog

Wicked Good Festival Map

Wicked Good Festival Map

VENDOR TENTS 1 – WERS 88.9FM 2 – Emerson College 3 – Coffee-Mate natural bliss 4 – Boston Celtics 5 – EF International Language Campuses… Read More

08.10.18

How Bleachers Unplugs Their Sound

How Bleachers Unplugs Their Sound

Bleachers’ Unplugged Sound Graphic by Bobby Nicholas III By Andrea Williams Jack Antonoff has seen many accomplishments in the music industry with his former band,… Read More

08.09.18

Music Team Memo: Elvis Costello, Gentle Temper, and more discoveries

Music Team Memo: Elvis Costello, Gentle Temper, and more discoveries

What a week it’s been in Boston. There were supposed be some bad thunderstorms, but instead we got sun. It got really hot and humid… Read More

08.03.18
Read Blog

CONNECT WITH WERS