Songs About the Radio for XRT LoyalistsHey, mister on the radio, please play my favorite song!
R.E.M Announces Deluxe 25th Anniversary Re-Issue of Automatic For The PeopleThe band has put together a 25th Anniversary Deluxe Re-Issue of the the album many consider to be their finest, "Automatic For The People", due November 10 via Craft Recordings.
Michael Stipe Sings 'It's the End of the Year as We Know It' on ColbertThe tune was called "It's the End of the Year as We Know It" and Stipe refused of sing the chorus-closing line "I feel fine."
Michael Stipe Calls Trump Election a 'Protest Vote Against the Establishment'“Clearly it was a protest vote against the establishment,” Stipe said.
Cubs In The World Series = End Of The World? FineWith apologies to REM, your XRT Morning Show feels fine (even if the singing is a little off key).
Death Cab for Cutie Kick Off Anti-Trump Campaign '30 Days, 30 Songs'R.E.M., Jim James and Aimee Mann will all contribute tracks to the project.
It's Time To Celebrate Out Of Time!The album has been considered as the record that helped break alternative music as well as make R.E.M a household name.
Join Us For An R.E.M. & Mumford & Sons Friday Double FeatureStarting on the XRT Morning Show and going all day long on the dial at 93XRT and online at
Michael Stipe Performs Rare Solo David Bowie TributeStipe performed "The Man Who Sold The World," ahead of a planned Bowie tribute concert.
Peter Buck Discusses R.E.M.'s Breakup"Michael [Stipe] said, 'I think you guys will understand. I need to be away from this for a long time.' And I said, 'How about forever?'"
35 Years Ago Today, R.E.M. Held Their First Recording SessionToday marks the 35th anniversary of R.E.M.’s first recording session. The band formed the previous year and performed their first show at a birthday party in Athens, GA under the name Twisted Kites. They changed the name to R.E.M a few weeks later and gigged for most of 1980.
5 Reunions That Need To Happen In 2016As the year starts to wind down, we begin to look forward to 2016 and all the possibilities it holds. In the music world, one of the best types of speculation is trying to figure out which bands will break their hiatus and reunite. Some bands are more likely to reunite than others, but nevertheless, here are 5 bands that need to reunite in 2016.

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