Since 1971, Jonathan has released 15 albums, including Blue Ridge, his standard-setting collaboration with bluegrass favorites the Seldom Scene and Little Hands, his collection of children’s songs, which was honored with a National Library Association award. He measures... Read more
The Claflin Hill Symphony Orchestra will present its annual family matinee concert on Sunday, March twenty second at three p.m. in the Grand Ball Room of the Milford Town Hall. The concert, titled "Fire and ice" is designed for families with children of all ages and also... Read more.
The New England Country Music Club's next Jamboree will be held Sunday March 15th at the Uxbridge VFW Hall on Route 16th. Dancing from 1 to 5pm. $5 for members. $7 for non-members. Doors open at 12:30. The band Branded will be entertaining! Read more.
Tommy Pile has been playing out in the local music scene for quite some time now. His new original project, Bad Men, are getting ready to release their new CD. Ray Auger talks to Tommy about Kickstarter, funeral songs, the joy of synth and more... Read more.
It's that time again! Time to celebrate our local music scene! Join WMRC, Liz's Diamond Bar & Grille, Three Olives Vodka and Allen Engineering on May 17th for a night of honors, live music and fun! We'll have a VIP Suite for our nominees and a few lucky winners... Read more.
Acclaimed folk singer Mark Erelli has tackled everything from western swing and protest songs to lullabies and murder ballads. This will be a CD release concert for his latest CD, "Milltowns," a tribute to Bill Morrissey. He will be joined by Richard Gates. Surly Temple... Read more.
The New England Tenors will perform a special concert at the Union Church in Hopedale, Mass. on Sunday, March 8th from 2pm to 4pm. The Tenors will be joined on stage by the Greater Milford Community Chorus under the direction of Daniel Zabinski with piano accompanist... Read more.
The Claflin Hill Symphony Orchestra continues the celebration of its fifteenth Anniversary Season, “The Crystal Anniversary Season” with “A Chorus Line-Up – Opera to Broadway” on Saturday, March 7, 2015, at seven thirty p.m. in the orchestra’s beautiful home venue... Read more.
Gay Barboza could be considered one of the hardest working local musicians in our area... and one of the most talented! Ray Auger asks Gay about music, life and inspiration. Check out Ten Questions with Gay Barboza. Read more.
By WMRC's Ray Auger - In a small town area like ours it’s typically the cover band that thrives in the bars and clubs, attracting the masses who crave to dance, tap their feet or bang their heads to songs they all know and love. But we are starting to see a trend in... Read more.
This is an obituary for Guitar Center, a chain of big box musical instrument stores that was captured and infected by private equity during a national trend of greed and reckless expansionism in the late-1990s and early-2000s. The company started as a Los Angeles organ... Read more.
Rich Teter has been playing music in the local area for quite some time now. Ray Auger asked Rich about his band Teter Todders, Dave Grohl and more. Check out this weeks Ten Questions With... Read more.
WMRC's Ray Auger partners up with Milford TV to introduce the local area's most talented singer/songwriters with this monthly series that airs on Milford TV. The Coffee House Concert Series feature three artists taking turns performing their music and telling the stories... Read more.
Listen to Living For The Weekend on WMRC Fridays at noon. Ray Auger talks to a variety of people about events and happenings in the local area. Most shows feature musicians performing acoustic music and promoting their local shows. Read more.
Milford's Derek Walker has been playing music in the local area for 23 years and now he's saying goodbye to his hometown. Ray Auger asked Derek about his band Fourcast, Austin, TX and more. Check out this weeks Ten Questions With... Read more.
There’s an up and coming band living in our midst. A band that, if you heard on the radio today, would fit right in with the indie rock likes of Kings of Leon or NeedtoBreathe. One radio hit would blend into a We Were Astronauts new release and seamlessly transition... Read more.
Medway's Chris Ross is not only an accomplished musician but he's also the coach of the Medway High School Boy's Hockey Team. Ray Auger asked Chris about hockey, music and more. Check out this weeks Ten Questions With... Read more.
James Thomas Ligor’s smooth energetic vocals pay homage to not only the eloquent confessional singer-songwriter movement of the 1970’s but also draw from the energetic and anthemic rock explosion of the modern country scene... Read more.
Hailing from Milford, MA. Culled from the parts of other local acts. If We Go At All is an original outfit creating indie rock for people who are interested in music, and being liberated by it. Influenced by many, similar to few... Read more.
Jennifer Tefft is a fired up, energizing presence who pulls earthy music from its roots and breathes fresh, soulful, rock and roll life into them. Her music combines intense rhythms with melancholy textures and haunting vocals that wind easily from darkly... Read more.
The 2014 WMRC Local Music Awards were Sunday May 18th at PiNZ in Milford. 11 bands, 30 awards and it was all FREE! Hundreds came out to celebrate local music with some of the best musicians in the New England area. It all started with a red carpet party... Read more.