All On Demand

The Wallflowers - "Reboot the Mission"

Regina Spektor "Bleeding Heart"

Father John Misty - "Chateau Lobby #4 (in C for Two Virgins)"

When The Music's Over: A Tribute to the Civic Arena

WYEP takes a look at the history of the Civic Arena and its most memorable moments in its 50 year history.

The Barr Brothers - "Beggar in the Morning"

Blind Pilot "Packed Powder"

Adele "Hello"

WYEP Presents Rock the Block 2010

This is your audio primer for this year’s Rock the Block! The South Side’s Bedford Square will be filled with the sounds of Colonizing the Cosmos and headliner, Alejandro Escovedo. And don’t forget the exclusive VIP performance from Freedy Johnston. Listen up then order your tickets: http...

Wilco - "Sunloathe"

Live & Direct: The Chris Robinson Brotherhood

Coldplay "Adventure Of A Lifetime"

Midnight Radio: The Dark Side of the House

A broadcast from Bricolage Theater Company’s Midnight Radio Series. Featuring the radio play "The Dark Side of the House", an adaptation of a true story that took place in Pittsburgh in 1947 and made national headlines. "The Dark Side of the House" is the story of Millard Wright, a career criminal...

The Band - "The Last Waltz" Trailer

Cat Power - "Cherokee"

WYEP Remembers 1977 - The Year Punk Broke

1977 is known as "the year that punk broke”. In 2007, to commemorate the 30th Anniversary, WYEP produced a series featuring some of the punk bands that were active in 1977. Click on the band/artist's name to hear the audio.

The Marcus King Band - Ain't Nothing Wrong With That

G. Love & Special Sauce "Muse"

2010 Local Year in Review

Join Cindy Howes as she looks back at some of the best in local music in 2010.

Live & Direct from the WYEP Studios - 2010

Brian Siewiorek plays the best performances from artists who played in the WYEP studios in 2010. Including, Michael Franti, The Posies, Brandi Carlile, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals and many more.

Benjamin Gibbard - "Teardrop Windows"

WYEP Remembers the Summer of Love

The “Summer of Love” occurred in 1967, and the events of that had significant social and cultural impact. Although most of the major happenings of that summer happened far away from Pittsburgh, the significance of them still can be felt today. Accompanying it was a musical soundtrack that...

Steve Martin & Edie Brickell "Won't Go Back"

WYEP's 2010 Year in Review Countdown

Rosemary Welsch countdowns WYEP's Top 50 albums for 2010, and looks back at the year in music.

Dr. John - Revolution

Stephen Foster: A Pittsburgh 250 Tribute

Stephen Foster, the father of American Music, was born on the 4th of July, 1826 in Lawrenceville, Pennsylvania. His music lives on today and is performed by a variety of artists. Hear renditions of Foster’s best known tunes by Mavis Staples, Raul Malo, BR 549, Michelle Shocked and a few rare...


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