You may have heard Jessie Ware’s breakout single “Wildest Moments” in the latest Durex condoms advertisement, but you may be unaware (just like she was) that their new Soundsation vibration system plays her song when you turn it on! OK, that’s a complete and total lie.
What are your weekend plans? If it involves consumption of grown-up beverages, don’t just drink the hard stuff–see how it’s made. These six distilleries offer tours that will take you into the nuts, bolts, and guts of making booze in New York City. And, yes, in most cases there will be free samples. By Jessica Allen.
Folk rock band Delta Rae stopped by the Fresh 102.7 studios to discuss the origins of the band’s name, collaborating with Lindsey Buckingham and having their music featured on a television show with on-air personality Dylan.
Kiwi alt/pop-rock singer/songwriter Gin Wigmore stopped by the Fresh 102.7 studios to discuss how she got started in the music biz with afternoon host, Dylan. She also performed her singles “Man Like That” and “Black Sheep” for us. Watch here…
The 1st Annual New York City Hot Sauce Expo comes to Brooklyn this weekend.
The band stopped by the Fresh 102.7 studios to chat with our on-air personality Dylan before heading out on tour with P!nk this month as the opening act on her The Truth About Love European Tour.
Vicci Martinez, one of the stand out artists on this season’s The Voice, recently stopped by the Fresh 102.7 studios in NYC to talk a little about the hit show, her new music and to perform her brand new single “Come Along” for some lucky listeners.
When inspecting the liner notes of an artist’s album, it can be interesting to note that though a musician provides vocals for a song, it doesn’t necessarily imply it was written by them. While reviewing [...]
I don’t have to tell you this sad fact: It has been a rough year. As we ease into the holidays, what better way to celebrate than with some delicious ice cold craft beer?
Let me start by saying that my heart goes out to everyone whose lives have been damaged by Sandy. I feel extremely lucky to not have been affected beyond a few minor inconveniences, and thankful to work with some amazing people working very hard to keep our CBS Radio stations live.