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What would you like WOGB to play?

What would you like WOGB to play?

Help us out and list those songs (by title and artist) that you wish we played on WOGB.  The personal information is completely optional – getting the music right on WOGB is the priority.  We won’t spam you … we don’t even ask you to tell us who you are.  We just want to know…More

Green Bay Watch

Green Bay Watch

103.1 WOGB keeps track of what’s going on all over Packerland and reports them on “Green Bay Watch.”  It airs several times each day, 7 days a week. If you have an event that you’d like to submit for consideration on Green Bay Watch, email information including your confidential contact info, to wogb@cumulus.com or fill out…More

Joe Johnson’s Beatle Brunch

Joe Johnson’s Beatle Brunch

The Brunch with Joe Johnson is a captivating hour of music and interviews with The Beatles as ‘The Greatest Little Rock Band in the World’ with the contemporary music of Paul and Ringo. The program also features new musicians, artists and authors who were influenced and inspired by The Fab Four. You’ll hear interviews from…More

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AOTM: Finding a Supertramp Concert Near You

AOTM: Finding a Supertramp Concert Near You

  Supertramp quietly burst onto the music scene in the mid-seventies.  While the band had been together since 1969, it wasn’t until their song “Dreamer” in 1974 that they achieved their first commercial success. Later, the album Breakfast in America left an indelible mark on the international music scene and broke all previous concert attendance…

AOTM: Hodgson Breaks His Wrists; May Never Play Again

AOTM: Hodgson Breaks His Wrists; May Never Play Again

Roger Hodgson was the second half of the songwriting duo in Supertramp. After their Famous Last Words album in 1982 and subsequent mega-rock stadium tour, Hodgson decided it was time to move on to his own solo career, and a simpler lifestyle with his family. He built a state-of-the-art recording studio at his home, which…

AOTM: Supertramp, Synthesizers, and Dance Charts

AOTM: Supertramp, Synthesizers, and Dance Charts

  Supertramp hit the big time in 1979 with their Breakfast in America album. Multiple hit songs came from the album, they won two Grammy Awards, and it was certified 4x platinum in the U.S. However successful the band became in the late seventies,  the departure of one of the songwriters in 1980s, did create…

AOTM: Supertramp Makes a Statement

AOTM: Supertramp Makes a Statement

After the departure of Roger Hodgson from Supertramp in the early eighties, there was a reputation to uphold; a point to prove. Now led by Rick Davies’ songwriting talents exclusively, Davies and the rest of the band had to make a statement to both the music world and to their fans that Supertramp was continuing…