It’s currently broadcast out of Troy between 7-9am – that’s right, it’s FM in the am – on Tuesday mornings. Admittedly, those certainly aren’t the hippest, most accessible hours, but Glazer was doing just fine with them. And over the years, she’s built a considerable following of regular listeners, both on the air and streaming live over the internet.
That’s all about to change, however, as WRPI’s final broadcast of “Hello Pretty City,” hits the airwaves at 7am on Tuesday, March 2.
Last week, Glazer snagged a job as a marketing specialist at Albany Medical Center, and she’s very happy about it. But, unfortunately, the job doesn’t allow her the opportunity to continue doing her WRPI radio show.
Glazer recently admitted that it “would be super-cool is to take ‘Hello Pretty City’ to another radio station that has more flexible hours,” and it seems as though that’s exactly what she’s done.
So “Hello Pretty City” is moving – from WRPI-FM to WEXT-FM next month. There’s no official word yet on a start-up date for “Hello Pretty City” at WEXT-FM, but we’ll be sure to let you know as soon as a date is set.
Check out Jessica Pasko’s interview with Glazer in The Record.
“In the meantime, I’m organizing a fucking rad concert downstairs at Valentine’s on Friday, March 5,” Glazer gushes with her usual gusto. “The last concert was super-well attended and will have been exactly five years ago to the day.”
The “Hello Pretty City” concert at Valentine’s Music Hall in Albany will feature: The Charlie Watts Riots (“Aw yeah!” says Glazer), Pony in the Pancake (“Have you heard them lately? They’re sounding goooood.”), Hudson-based roots trio the Landlines and headliners Brown Bird (“Their show at the Madison Grill last month was awesome, and they’re super-excited to be coming back to the area”).