Radio Station Information
WWTP 89.5 FM
Talk Radio for Catholic Life
City of License:
Immaculate Heart Media (Relevant Radio, Inc.)
WWTP is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 89.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Augusta, ME. The station broadcasts Religious programming and goes by the name "Relevant Radio" on the air with the slogan "Talk Radio for Catholic Life". WWTP is owned by Immaculate Heart Media.
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Fri, February 2, 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Concerts for a Cause is proud to host State Street Traditional Jazz on Friday, Feb 2 at 7:30pm. at the First Universalist Church of Auburn. This show benefits the church, as well as The Center for Wisdom’s Women.
The State Street Traditional Jazz Band pays homage to music birthed at the turn of the 20th Century. These enchanting sounds were heard then in New Orleans and throughout the Louisiana Delta region. After WWI, jazz moved north and inevitably began to change. Yet many musical greats kept it alive, like the Original Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Louis Armstrong, and others.
“This is not Dixieland,” the band declares, “nor is it straw hat music.” The State Street Traditional Jazz Band is dedicated to playing, preserving and keeping this authentic music alive.
Concerts for a Cause brings special concerts to the LA community while raising money for area charities. The series is produced by local musician and church choir director Dave Rowe, along with a dedicated group of church members.
The First Universalist Church of Auburn is located at 169 Pleasant St. (across from Dairy Joy). Parking; accessible.
Tickets are $16 at the door (cash or credit. FMI visit uuconcerts.org or call 783-0461.
The band features Bill Rayne on trombone, Doug Protsik on piano, Pat Whitaker on tuba, John Page in trumpet, Bill Thurston on drums and Pete Collins, clarinet.
By: Ann Page on January 15, 2018
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