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First show tonight!! See you there!

 

Dana Ives and Lady Lavender @ Gasa Gasa

April 4th
Doors @, 8 show @ 9
Tickets $12 advance; $15 day of show
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It's that time of year again friends. Marathon has officially begun as of today 12 pm, April 4th, 2022. While this week is the culmination of months of hard work from many wonderful souls, it's also a celebration of something larger than just the work we have done this year. Read on to learn more about what marathon is, how to donate, and to read about our amazing events!

Our 52nd Annual Rock-On Survival Marathon fundraiser event approaches. In addition to supporting us with a direct donation, you can come out to the following events

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Spinitron

WTUL just switched our playlist logging system from Radioactivity to Spinitron. That shouldn't change much about the way our shows sound, though maybe it'll be better since DJs will have more time on their hands? But most importantly, it's brought a few changes to the website.

DJ Lank is the host of Love, WTUL on Sundays from 12-2 am. A WTUL DJ since 2019, he currently serves as calendar coordinator for the station.

Like many African-American kids in the 1990's, I grew up listening to the Tom Joyner Morning Show on the way to school.

The show, which ran for 25 years, was my mom's go-to show whenever she drove me to the friendly confines of Fairview Junior High School. While a third of the music was boring for a 12-year old, it sparked an interest in radio for me.

That same spark also came from Memphis radio legends like Jaye Michael & James Davis on WDIA, which was the first station in the United States to have programing geared towards African-Americans as well Bobby O'Jay and Bev Johnson.

Those were radio legends who laid a path for me to be in the position I'm currently in here at WTUL.

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