RadioBDC events

RadioBDC events
RadioBDC Island In The Sun 2014
RadioBDC events

When 2:00PM, Saturday, August 23, 2014

Where Thompson Island
Thompson Island, Boston, MA, USA

Sapporo Beer, Malibu Rum, and RadioBDC bring you back to the Island on Saturday, August 23. You’ll take a Boston Harbor Cruise to Thompson Island for an afternoon of fun, food, games, ice-cold Sapporo and Malibu Rum drinks. Legendary Boston rock band The Lemonheads will perform. Click thru to RSVP.
RadioBDC events
Boston Calling Block Parties
RadioBDC events
Join us every Thursday from 5-8 p.m. in Dewey Square for live music and ice-cold Shock Top. It’s the Boston Calling Block Parties and you can get all the details here. Or, just listen to our old friend Mike Snow break it down.  

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RadioBDC shows

LocalBDC with Steph Mangan
Monday-Thursday. The best of Boston’s music scene: past, present, and future
On air from 8 PM to 9 PM
The Oedipus Project
Saturdays. America’s first Punk Rock DJ /Boston radio legend, Oedipus, brings you two hours of new music to start of your Saturday.
On air from 10 AM to 12 PM
RadioBDC Brunch with Paul Driscoll
Sundays. Paul Driscoll plays an eclectic mix of live, stripped down and acoustic tracks every Sunday on RadioBDC. The program also includes exclusive material from RadioBDC’s Live in the Lab and studio sessions.
On air from 10 AM to 12 PM
RadioBDC Celebrity Series Takeover
Thursday 9-10p. Artists, national and international celebrities, and local tastemakers take the controls, spinning their favorite tracks on RadioBDC.
On air from 9 PM to 10 PM
The Brink with Paul Driscoll
Monday-Thursday. Paul Driscoll curates a fine mix of new tracks, imports, and local standouts. Listen to The Brink to get sorted on what's next and now in the world of alternative and indie music.
On air from 6 PM to 8 PM
The Social Countdown
Monday-Friday. The Social Countdown is RadioBDC’s innovative countdown show, presented by Adam 12. You control the countdown. Vote and share your favorite tracks throughout the day, and listen to the Top 10 on RadioBDC weekdays at 5 p.m.
On air from 5 PM to 6 PM
Grrl Power with Steph Mangan
Wednesdays and Sundays. Tune in to hear Steph play a unique mix of music from emerging female artists.
On air from 9 PM to 10 PM
The Night Shift with TJ Connelly
Tuesdays. TJ presents an intimate freeform show covering the edges of indie, new wave, and alternative music.
On air from 9 PM to 11 PM

RadioBDC staff

Adam 12 Adam 12

Not only is Adam 12 RadioBDC's Production Director, he is also the station’s Afternoon Presenter. Weekdays starting at 4 p.m., he gives you full control of RadioBDC with the 4 O’clock Free-4-All and the Social Countdown at 5 p.m.

Christine Hayden Christine Hayden

Christine loves discovering new artists, seeing live music and hosting Saturdays at RadioBDC. Random fact: She once ran down a 15-foot pile of bricks in a Bruce Willis movie. True story.

Henry Santoro Henry Santoro

Henry is always on the lookout for news. He’s RadioBDC’s News Director and Morning Presenter. He’s also a music and art collector, and is a world-class cook with over 5,000 cookbooks in his library.

Julie Kramer Julie Kramer

Julie enters the building every day with a big smile and trough of freshly brewed coffee. She is RadioBDC's Music Director and mid-day Presenter. Listen to "Lunch At Your Desk" weekdays from Noon to 1p.m.

Jason Layne Jason Layne

Music is Jason's life. When he is not on air on Sundays, he's usually beating up a drum kit, playing guitar, adding to his Rob-Gordon-sized vinyl collection or seeing Built To Spill for the umpteenth time. He is also a baseball junkie.

Paul Driscoll Paul Driscoll

Paul is the Director of Operations and Program Development for RadioBDC. He is also the presenter of The Brink and the BDCBrunch. During his time working in the music industry he has played a key role in helping break a number of artists on the local, national and worldwide stage.

Steph Mangan Steph Mangan

Steph Mangan hosts Grrl Power and LocalBDC. When she's not at the studio, she is constantly on the look out for up-and-coming local bands and attending shows at Boston's many venues. She is an avid enthusiast of burritos and denim jackets.

TJ Connelly TJ Connelly

TJ has the sweetest DJ gig in the city of Boston. He also is the resident DJ at Fenway Park.

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Ask me my favorite types of summer songs and my memory likely won't trace back to garagey deep cuts or indie gems, but rather to sugary pop anthems of yore. Something about the carefree attitudes of the season has always made the cheese of these radio bangers all the more appealing, even if only for a few months. So this summer, as you bask in the overplayed vibes of Iggy Azalea, remember a more innocent time called the late '90s and early '00s, when reality wasn't a TV show, but a simple and curious place.