Jessie Dick

Marketing Manager and Volunteer Coordinator

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Jessie joined WXPR in 2003. She grew up in southern Wisconsin, but her Grandparents have always called the Northwoods home.

She feels thrilled to work with such a talented and dedicated group of volunteers and staff, and enjoys meeting and getting to know the supporters that make WXPR possible.

When she’s not at WXPR, she’s reading, biking, skiing, or spending time with her two little boys and husband. 

WXPR listeners hear Jessie during fun-drives, weekly on All Things Considered, and occasionally on Morning Edition

Jessie holds a BS in Design from Colorado State University.

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Tune in to WXPR's Northwoods Café Tuesday, May 3rd, at 6pm for a live broadcast performance with Bobby Bullet.

More on Bobby Bullet

Don't miss this unique Live from the White Pine performance, in the convenience of your own home! We also have a limited number of seats for this performance. Contact WXPR for information on reserving tickets. 715-362-6000

91.7 fm Rhinelander    91.9 fm Wausau   100.9 fm Ironwood/Hurley

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WXPR Members: check your mailbox for Spring Sweepstakes information and return the entry form.

The WXPR Spring Sweepstakes is our way of saying “THANK YOU” to our listener members. Member support provides the most significant part of our operating budget. We are extremely thankful to have so many wonderful and generous members.

2016  SWEEPSTAKES

On Tuesday, April 5th, Denise Sauter and her Jazz Band, joined WXPR in The White Pine Room. If you missed the live broadcast during Northwoods Cafe, you can hear the concert archived here. Click the audio link below. 

Our thanks to Denise Sauter and her band for a great night of live music!

On Wednesday, March 23rd, Jared Kay, performed in concert in WXPR's White Pine Room. If you missed the live broadcast during Northwoods Cafe, you can hear the concert archived here. Click the audio link below. 

 

Tune in to WXPR's Northwoods Café Tuesday, April 5th, at 7 pm for a live broadcast performance with jazz singer Denise Sauter.

More on Denise Sauter

Don't miss this unique Live from the White Pine performance, in the convenience of your own home! We also have a limited number of seats for this performance. Contact WXPR for information on reserving tickets. 715-362-6000

91.7 fm Rhinelander    91.9 fm Wausau   100.9 fm Ironwood/Hurley

Tune in to WXPR's Northwoods Café Wednesday, March 23rd, at 7 pm for a live broadcast performance with singer/songwriter Jared Kay.

Don't miss this unique Live from the White Pine performance, in the convenience of your own home! We also have a limited number of seats for this performance. Contact WXPR for information on reserving tickets. 715-362-6000

91.7 fm Rhinelander    91.9 fm Wausau   100.9 fm Ironwood/Hurley

On Friday, March 11th, Big Road, rocked out in the White Pine Room. If you missed the live broadcast during Blues Friday, you can hear the concert archived here. Click the audio link below. 

Our thanks to Big Road for a great night of live music! 

On Thursday, February 25th WXPR aired a live broadcast with singer Lem Sheppard. Click the link below to hear the audio.

Thanks to Trinity Lutheran Church, ArtStart and Lem Sheppard for this magical evening of live music. 

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You have also made it clear that you’d like to hear more music, news and information and less on-air fundraising? We listened!  

Offering dead-on, honest songwriting  delivered in a hauntingly beautiful and gritty neo-traditional Americana wrapper, Wild Ponies takes all the rich detail and narrative of their earlier work and adds a sonic right fist. With quick wit and fearless delivery, Doug and Telisha Williams with drummer Megan Jane, make every show stunning and personal.

Join WXPR and Nicolet College Saturday, January 30th at 7:30pm in the Nicolet Theater for this great night of music. Tickets are $25 or $20 for WXPR members. 

Tune in to WXPR's Northwoods Café Thursday, January 14th, at 7 pm for a live broadcast performance with ABZ. 

Hailing once again from the Northwoods of Wisconsin, Abz is an indie/folk singer/songwriter kinda girl whose found her niche in looping. Armed with Squirrel (her guitar), and a voice and words all her own, she serenades, entertains, amuses, and delights audiences all over. As cliche as it may sound, she really does have a style of sound all her own. Something worth listening to.

 

Tune in to WXPR's Northwoods Café Tuesday, January 5th, at 7 pm for a live broadcast performance with singer/songwriter Josh Calhoun.

​Don't miss this unique Live from the White Pine performance, in the convenience of your own home! We also have a limited number of seats for WXPR members for this performance. Contact WXPR for information on reserving tickets. 715-362-6000

91.7 fm Rhinelander    91.9 fm Wausau   100.9 fm Ironwood/Hurley

Season's Greetings

Nov 27, 2015

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 On behalf of all of us here at WXPR, thank you for your support this year.  You make WXPR possible!  We look forward to serving you with NPR News, WXPR News, and an extensive lineup of locally hosted great music programs in 2016.

2015 has been a productive, innovative year, thanks to your support. And because most philanthropic giving occurs at year’s end, your support now will make our community service possible in 2016.  

 

Singer and songwriter Scott Kirby spoke with WXPR's Pete Rondello in a special Live from the White Pine performance Monday, November 16th. 

More on Scott Kirby

 Tune in to WXPR's Northwoods Café Monday, November 16th, at 7 pm for a live broadcast performance with Northwoods singer/songwriter Scott Kirby.

Scott Kirby is from Rhinelander and has been playing music and writing since he was 12. Over the last few years he has released two albums, his latest Good Morning Jo, is a cutting edge bit of “blue-country-folk-grass”. Kirby won second place at the songwriters competition at Big top Chautauqua. He was selected from hundreds of entries from across the nation and his unique sound made him truly standout among the other songwriters.

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