Archive for the ‘Super Sound Showcase’ Category

It’s the most wonderful time of the week: Super Sound Showcase! The Fillmore Duo joined our host Robert Hodge this week and talked about their engagement, their hopes for their music, and gave us a world premiere of their cover of “This Christmas.”

If you like the duo’s sound, please check out their website.

You can also follow them on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @fillmoreduo

Tune in live on Thursdays at 3:15 pm and listen to WMBG Super Sound Showcase hosted by Robert Hodge and sponsored by CultureFix.

Yesterday we had the talented Justin Suede in the WMBG Studio for this week’s #SuperSoundShowcase! Justin talked to Robert about his path to music, his upcoming plans to move to Nashville, and then played a few covers and an original song for us.

If you like Justin’s music and would like to check out more, he is on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube @Justin Suede Music

Tune in on Thursdays at 3:15 pm and listen to WMBG Super Sound Showcase hosted by Robert Hodge and sponsored by CultureFix.

To kick off November, we had the talented Dan Jarboe Band live in the WMBG studio yesterday! They chatted with Robert about their start as a band, their songwriting process, and then played a few songs off of their album “The Woodshed Project.”
If you’d like to hear more off of their album, you can check it out on streaming services, as well as on Youtube.

Tune in on Thursdays at 3:15 pm and listen to WMBG Super Sound Showcase hosted by Robert Hodge and sponsored by CultureFix.

It was a great day at the WMBG studio yesterday when Janie Barnett came in chat with Robert Hodge and play a few spectacular songs.

If you’d like to hear more of Janie’s songs, head over to her website.

Tune in on Thursdays at 3:15 pm and listen to the WMBG Super Sound Showcase hosted by Robert Hodge and sponsored by CultureFix.

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