In The Weeds X WRCT: Shawn Watson Nov. 18

At 9:00 p.m. Monday, November 18, WRCT and the Ace Hotel present DJ Shawn Watson, In The Weeds. Shawn will bring his genre busting all vinyl set to the Ace Hotel’s Lobby Bar, 120 South Whitfield St, Pittsburgh.

Shawn’s ITW debut will include classic Funk original breaks, obscure Rock bangers, accessible Punk and Post-Punk surprises, and an occasional Reggae Dub Excursion. He is an all vinyl DJ who has an extensive record collection in the Funk, Punk, Reggae and Rock genres. He has been on the air at WRCT 88.3 FM for over 10 years. His show, A Minute Pause, airs every Tuesday from 10am until 2pm.

So check out DJ Shawn Watson at the Ace Hotel between 9:00 p.m. and 1:00 a.m. on Monday, November 18!


Molly Hatchet leader in court tonight on WRCT!

Tonight, Bobby Ingram, band leader and lead guitarist for legendary southern rock band Molly Hatchet will appear with Eric Jackson Lurie on WRCT’s Court’s in Session, some time after 8:00 p.m.

During the show, you’ll hear the WRCT debut of the band’s new single “Whiskey Man” from their soon to be released triple LP Battleground. Molly Hatchet will be in Pittsburgh at Jergel’s Rhythm Grill on November 20.

Tune in to 88.3 FM tonight for Court’s In Session 8:00 – 10:00 p.m. tonight — or stream the action from this very website.


Thank you to our underwriters for Anatomy of the Ear!

Thank you to our generous underwriters for Anatomy of the Ear!

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    Black Radish Kitchen, located in Point Breeze, is a full-service catering company specializing in weddings, special events, private parties, dinners, and every little detail in between.
    Serving primarily rustic fare, their food is heavily vegetable forward and farm focussed; yet not afraid to sling a meatball or 200.

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    While they are not a traditional restaurant, Black Radish does host events in their studio kitchen, pairing up with local partners to deliver unforgettable elevated dining experiences.
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