Jack and Farmer Dave bring you this episode of Music to Go to the Dump By! They play a song for the apple cider drinkers, as well as play a lot of requested songs!
Farmer Dave and Jack bring you this episode of Music to Go to the Dump By! Brent stops in for a bit, Farmer Dave and Jack talk about Red Sox, talk with Rusty the Logger while also playing songs you’ll love!
Jack and Farmer Dave bring you this episode of Music to Go to the Dump By! They host this episode on a bit of a rainy day here in Vermont
On this episode Jack, Farmer Dave, and Brent talk about the coming fall and their favorite activities.
Jack and Farmer Dave host this episode of Music to Go to the Dump By! They largely talk about their experience with the Tunbridge Fair.
Jack, Brent, and Farmer Dave hosts this weeks episode of Music to Go to the Dump By. They remember 9/11 and talk about their memories of it. Jack has a new dog, and the Tunbridge Fair is coming up!
Jack, Brent, Farmer Dave bring you this episode of Music to Go to the Dump By!
Jack, Farmer Dave, Kia, and Ken host his episode of Music to Go to the Dump By! They talk about the 10 Year Anniversary of Hurricane Irene celebrations
Jack and Farmer Dave host this weeks episode of Music to Go to the Dump By, and Kia stops in for a little bit!
Jack, Farmer Dave, Ken, and Tom Beardsley! Ken and Tom come to you live from Farr’s Field at the Antique Car Show!
Jack, Farmer Dave, Ken, and Kia host this weeks episode of Music to Go to the Dump By!
Brent, Ken, Farmer Dave, and Jack talk about breakfast and self control. They also discuss how fast time has been flying and how it’s already the end of July. Ken talks a bit about Jack Deal the first play by play sports caster here in VT
Ken, Farmer Dave, and Jack entertain us with more Music to Go to the Dump By
We’re coming from you live on Stowe Street to celebrate our 90th anniversary!
Farmer Dave, Kia, Ken, and Jack talk a bit about the Tour De France, Waterbury Day and what to do in a Zombie Apocalypse. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Jack, Brent Curtis, Farmer Dave, and Ken talk about the 4th of July and upcoming events in the area, and play both a cat song and a dog song, so no matter what you like we have you covered. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
This week, Farmer Dave, Jack, Kia, and Ken talk about WDEVs upcoming 90th anniversary, play music you might not hear anywhere else, and tell stories! Come join us on July 17th outside of the station to celebrate our 90th birthday. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Ken and Jack discuss Vermont Days, where Vermonters celebrate the beginning of summer and invite our neighbors from out of state to come and enjoy what Vermont has to offer. The two detail some of the festivities and Ken gives a recap of this week’s races at Thunder Road. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Ken calls in to talk about the festivities at Thunder Road this past Monday during the Memorial Day Classic. Many folks got their COVID vaccinations at the track, the governor came out to greet racers and race fans, and the racing was fantastic. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Ken calls in to give us a preview of Thunder Road’s Memorial Day Classic, talk whether we’ll see Governor Phil Scott on the racetrack this year, and a touch of racing history along the way as well. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Farmer Dave explains his barter system for helping his neighbor till his garden as well as his troubles with his lawnmower. Ken calls in during the second half of the show to talk baseball. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Ken calls the show and he, Jack, Kia, and Farmer Dave talk about the legacy of WDEV. The gang plays some old favorites and talks about some of the memories that accompany the songs. And Saturday was Farmer Dave’s birthday so the crew celebrates that as well. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Ken, Jack, Brent, and Farmer Dave salute all mothers in Vermont and beyond with a great selection of music for moms. Thank you to the mothers that have helped raise and care for so many of us. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
We celebrate the day every year where Vermonters get out and make our state more beautiful by cleaning up after ourselves. Ken calls in to reminisce about WDEV’s legacy. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Ken Squier calls in for the entire show to talk about the Green Up Day song from the Magical Marvelous Musical Mystery Lady and gives us an update on how he’s doing. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
With the weather warming up, the gang celebrates the beginning of gardening season with John Prine and other crowd favorites. Ken calls in to give a sneak peak into what the 90th anniversary of WDEV will hold for our listeners. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Saturday was Ken’s birthday, so Jack, Brent, and Farmer Dave wish him a happy birthday. And Ken calls in to check in on the show. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
We welcome back Brent Curtis to the show after taking some time off to bring us High School Basketball. General Manager Steve Cormier calls in to tell us what’s going on with Ken (we hope to have him back on WDEV soon). Farmer Dave outlines his plan for the pit in the middle of downtown Burlington where the Town Center …
While maple open house weekend has been more or less cancelled again due to the pandemic, March is still maple sugaring season in Vermont. Kia, Jack, and Farmer Dave salute our maple farmers and encourage you to support our local sugarhouses. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Kia, Farmer Dave, and Jack celebrate the warm weather and the approach of spring with some great spring music. Wade Pierson of Northeast Slopes confirms the ski season there may be over but there’s still a bit of time to get your guesses in the Joe’s Pond Ice Out competition and fundraiser. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To …
The gang of Kia, Jack, and Farmer Dave play a collection of songs to celebrate the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day holiday. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Jack, Kia, and Farmer Dave talk about all the things they miss due to the pandemic and realize they’re very excited for when it eventually ends. To try to get their minds off it and have a little fun, they play some great tunes and talk to a couple of community members over the phone. More Posts for Show: Music …
Farmer Dave starts off the show by issuing an apology for a potentially offensive song last week. So this week, the gang pushes the bar even further. Tune in next week to see if anyone gets fired. And we play some listener requests along the way as well. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Kia brings in some new music to the show, but Jack wants to keep some of the old favorites in constant rotation. So today’s show is a mix of new and old music. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
We usually play a lot of songs about dogs and the joy of owning dogs. So on this show we try to throw some love to cats; and for some reason we have a song about donkeys. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Brent, Jack, and Farmer Dave preview the big football game for Sunday and talk about the recent news that High School Basketball will be returning on February 12th. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
This past week would have been the annual Farm Show, the yearly celebration of agriculture was canceled this year due to the pandemic. So we reminisce on our favorite Farm Show memories and pay homage to Vermont’s rich farming heritage. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Brent, Jack, and Farmer Dave talk about retired Norwich University Hockey Coach Mike McShane’s newest award he’s won for his outstanding performance over his 20+ seasons at Norwich. They also salute the ice fishers and talk to Wade Pierson of Northeast Slopes on their season so far for the local ski area. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To …
We play a couple songs for the skiers coming up to Vermont for the MLK holiday weekend. Wade Pierson from Northeast Slopes calls in to give an update on how things are looking at the small ski mountain in East Corinth. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
After last week’s show was stuffed with your phone calls of overwhelming support for the program, we decided to keep the show going in Ken’s absence. General Manager Steve Cormier calls in to share the great news. And we had no time to play music due to all of your calls last week, so we’re going to make it up …
Ken’s daughter Ashley joins WDEV General Manager Steve Cormier to give everyone an update on how Ken’s recovery is going and they share an announcement on the future of the show. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Jack, Brent, and Farmer Dave take your requests for some of the songs we didn’t get to last week during the Christmas Craptacular. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Kia puts together a Christmas themed playlist for this special episode of Music to go to the Dump By. Happy holidays to everyone out there in WDEV land. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Jack, Brent, and Farmer Dave are doing something different for Music to go to the Dump By: playing holiday music BEFORE the holiday instead of after. Stay tuned next week for an even bigger Christmas show. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Steve Cormier, General Manager of the Radio Vermont Group, joins Kia and Jack on the show to give the latest update on how Ken is doing as he recovers from COVID-19. We are asking anyone who wishes to send along their thoughts to Ken to send a card. Our address is 9 Stowe St. Waterbury, Vermont 05676. Thank you to …
Quick update on Ken: he’s recovering from COVID-19 well and has left the hospital. He is now regaining his strength at a rehab facility. We wish him a speedy recovery and hope he’s back on the show soon. Brent, Jack, and Farmer Dave talk about their Thanksgiving and what the community is doing during a particularly rough holiday season. More …
Quick update on Ken’s health: he wasn’t getting enough treatment at home so he has been taken to the hospital. He’s doing fine and as of right now is expected to recover and we’ll release more information as it comes in. Jack, Kia, and Farmer Dave are filling in on the show and keeping the Deer Camp theme going for …
While Ken is staying home due to his recent diagnosis of Covid (he’s feeling really good right now by the way), Jack, Brent, and Farmer Dave are holding down the fort at WDEV in his absence. The gang observes the beginning of deer hunting season and wishes all the hunters out there good luck. More Posts for Show: Music To …
Farmer Dave joins the show after his big loss in the campaign for governor to incumbent Phil Scott. Instead, Farmer Dave proposes a new job for himself in the state government, Commissioner of Common Sense. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Ken invites Rick Norcross on the show to preview his new song, “My Kissing Days are Over.” Kia comes in to remind the dumpsters to set their clocks back an hour. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Ken shows off our shiny new song written by Jon Gailmor specifically for WDEV, or at least for our phone system. We listen to the catchy tune in it’s entirety. Want to hear it again? You’ll have to call. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Ken wants to celebrate Lousie Glück, a poet who just won the Nobel Prize in Literature. Louse taught at Goddard College in East Montpelier and wrote many poems while there. Farmer Dave stops by and says he supports graveling the interstate. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Brent shares a great story of the Fab Five, a 24 year-old female Grizzly Bear at Yellowstone National Park with four cubs that have touched the world. Kia calls in to chat with the gang and Ken addresses the recent story of the president contracting COVID and entering the hospital. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump …
Dex made some coffee at 1 am and Kia pours Ken a nice cup of the black sludge for him to start his morning. The gang talks about upcoming events at Thunder Road, namely the Relay for Life and next weekend’s Milk Bowl. And Ken reads a poem sent in by a listener. More Posts for Show: Music To Go …
Ken recaps the championship race at Thunder Road that took place this past week. Steve Cormier and Farmer Dave stop by and Tom Beardsley calls in from West Springfield, Massachusetts. Apparently no one told him there is no Big E this year and he’s alone down there. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Kia had noticed a lot of webs on the trees and had asked people on the trading post if they’re seeing tent caterpillars around their house. A listener named Skip calls in to clarify they’re not tent caterpillars, they’re in fact web worms. The gang contemplates if there are too many and how to get rid of them. More Posts …
Ken thought he would theme the show after the long weekend and bring in “7 Things to Do This Labor Day Weekend.” But he forgot page two of his notes, which actually has the things to do! So we solicit your ideas on what you’re doing on your long weekend off. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The …
Farmer Dave stops by and gives us an update on how his campaign for governor of Vermont as the Undecided Cow Party candidate. And as always we have a great selection of music to brighten your mood. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Ken is upset. Ken has beef with both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions, and just has to vent about it. Now Brent and Jack offer some advice, that Ken could just change the channel, but Ken insists on watching and disliking what he sees.
Kia joins the show after some time away and she and Jack interrogate Ken on his stinginess. Farmer Dave outlines his platform in his 10th attempt at being elected governor of Vermont. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Ken asks Brent what this winter will hold for High School Basketball with crowds not being allowed in gyms. Then the gang talk about dogs and dog people. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Ken, Kia, and Jack help a listener sell their croquet set, preview the night’s Red Sox game, debut a new song from Mylo Hatzenbuhler, share helpful hints for the home, and read poetry. It’s a jam-packed show of useful info and great music. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
We pay tribute to racing legend Bob Bahre, who saved Oxford Plains speedway from demolition in 1964 and built New Hampshire Motor Speedway in 1990. Mylo Hatzenbuhler calls in for another guest appearance to talk about North Dakota and new music. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
WDEV first went on the air July 15th, 1931. This past week, we celebrated our 89th birthday. So this week on the show, we have a special “celebration” of our own. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
The gang gets a call from the great Mylo “the Silo” Hatzenbuehler, author of such hits as “In the Coop.” Mylo hails from North Dakota, where locally he is known as “The King of Rock and Roll…of North Dakota.” More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Ken was finally let out of his remote broadcast location inside his chicken coop in Stowe. But we still check in on the chickens and celebrate them with a song. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Farmer Dave joins the gang and he suggests to Ken that he could fix up the chicken coop. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Ken kicks off the show stating there is a need for more animal representation on the program, so he reads a poem and plays a lovely song about bears. Getaway announce Greg Hooker and a young Stowe reporter give their bear descriptions. Stay tuned for more animal related programming. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
The gang celebrates Vermont’s annual Green Up Day with a nice tune. Kia calls in to join the show. And Ken salutes cats and cat lovers. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Ken and the gang wishes everyone a happy Memorial Day and remember the brave men and women who served our country. The way they salute these service men and women is with a selection of great musical hits. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Ken plays a birthday request for Greg Tilton from East Topsham and Farmer Dave joins the gang to talk about the return of NASCAR.
Ken starts the show with a poem from Rick Norcross titled “My Kissing Days Are Over.” Jack gives the results of this year’s Joe’s Pond Ice Out contest. Brent talks about the gym remodel at Lamoille Union High School. Wade Peirson calls in and says Northeast Slopes was just two inches of snow shy of opening in May and the …
Ken kicks off the show with a new poem and the gang gets ready for Mother’s Day. Ken tips his hat to L.L. Bean who have switched from manufacturing clothes and gear to medical supplies. Farmer Dave stops by to give a shoutout to Sweden. More Posts for Show: Vermont Viewpoint
Ken does some light housekeeping announcements to apologize for missing Earth Day last week with a song and announce he has music for the dog. Ken, Jack, and Brent remember music legend and actor Jerry Reed with a classic song. Farmer Dave comes back after a long hiatus spreading manure. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump …
Ken kicks off the show with a sweet poem from a listener thanking the gang for brightening the spirits of everyone stuck at home. Ken thanks his lovely staff at WDEV for keeping the high caliber programming going. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Ken has some technical difficulties joining the show from his chicken coop in Stowe. Ken laments the neverending coverage of the pandemic and he thinks we all need a distraction from that and focus on our good times and communities. Several kind listeners call to wish Ken a happy belated birthday. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The …
Ken calls in to maintain social distance and the thing at the top of his mind is “where is the vacuum.” Ken reads a nice poem about these confusing times we’re in and highlights a wonderful group around town making masks and shields for medical professionals and Whitney of Makersphere calls in to tell us more about it. More Posts …
Ken and Brent try to keep the spirits up in these trying times by reminding us how strong our Vermont communities are. Wade Pierson calls in to reflect on the short but fun ski season and shout out our wonderful communities around the state helping their neighbors. A rare occasion, Tom Beardsley calls in from Newport. The Magical Marvelous Musical …
While we lament the cancellations of many sports seasons and events, the show must go on. Brent and Ken look back on the long tradition of local sports. Kate from Stowe Kitchen Bath and Linen calls in with Lee Kittel to talk about what they’re doing this weekend to keep the spirits up. Wade Pierson of Northeast Slopes calls in …
Ken remembers the original theme to the show used way back in the 60s. The gang looks forward to the Norwich championship hockey game. We celebrate the maple sugaring season. Wade calls in for his weekly check in from East Corinth and Northeast Slopes. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Brent updates Ken on the latest goings on in local high school basketball. Ken laments at the advent of union school districts and its effect on Town Meeting Day. The crew celebrates maple sugar season. Wade Peirson checks in from Northeast Slopes in East Corinth. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Ken, Brent, and Jack discuss the previous night’s Williamstown vs. Lamoille and Peoples vs. Hazen High School Basketball games. Then the gang talks about the next day’s Stowe Derby and previews Saturday night’s Norwich hockey game. Wade Peirson calls in to talk about the great weeks he’s been having at Northeast Slopes. The Marvelous Magical Mystery Lady calls in to …
Kia and Ken kick off the show talking about the record cold weekend and the Norwich University Men’s Hockey Team’s incredible season record. Then the two and Jack talk about dogs and sobriety. For some reason, the gang addresses Valentine’s Day a day late. Wade Pierson calls in to give an update on what’s happening at Northeast Slopes. Farmer Dave …
Ken, Kia, and Jack talk about the big snow storm that pounded Vermont the previous day. The gang remembers the life of Orson Bean, a Vermont-born actor. Ken gives us some news of the University of Vermont ski teams’ recent races and the history of the Stowe Derby. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The Dump By
Ken is out of town for the NASCAR Hall of Fame Awards, leaving Jack, Brent, and Farmer Dave in charge. The guys talk New Year’s Resolutions, Washington Politics, Farming, and Dogs. Wade Peirson calls in to talk the latest updates at Northeast Slopes. Then Farmer Dave’s sister Holly comes by to talk about the big game. More Posts for Show: …
Ken covers how the Brownsville General Store was honored by Gov. Scott after being reopened by the town population. Wade Pierson of Northeast Slopes calls in to talk about what’s going on at the small non-profit ski hill. Kia gives the results of the Cribbage Tournament at the Canadian Club last week. Farmer Dave stops by and hears the new …
We celebrate Halloween with a song, even if we are a few days late. Somehow, the conversation transitions to “exotic dancers.” A caller from Randolph previews deer season with some tips. Farmer Dave comes by to talk about current events and the Rusty Dewees show. Then we recap the World Series. More Posts for Show: Music To Go To The …