Last fall WHUP made the unprecedented decision to share the revenue from our on-air fundraiser with Orange County musicians who were struggling to make ends meet during the pandemic. With the generous support of our friends and fans, the WHUP 50/50 Event generated more than $4,000 for our local musicians plus helped keep WHUP solvent […]
Everyone loves the internationally renowned WHUP logo, which until now has only been available to show off at home on our limited edition T-shirts. Though WHUP has not gotten into the swag business in an aggressive way, we’ve now expanded our lineup of cool stuff with a new T, a weather-resistant die-cut logo sticker and […]
WHUP is fortunate to have a stellar group of IT wizards in our volunteer ranks, and they’ve been especially busy of late upgrading our systems and increasing our technological capacity. Led by Linux developer and alternative beverage magnate Jamey Kirby, we recently completed the process of updating the operating systems on the networked computers that […]
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WHUP lost a friend and fellow traveler when Joe Tullos made the leap to the next dimension of time and space on November 10. As the co-host of Signal 19, Joe embodied the spirit and sensibility of WHUP the same way he did in every aspect of his life whether making and recording music or […]
WHUP will be hosting our annual fall on-air fundraiser Monday-Sunday, October 12-18, and once again we will be sharing all proceeds raised during the week with a group that is not only still reeling from the pandemic but is central to our programming and our mission – musicians in Orange County. We’ve partnered with the […]
For the last several years WHUP has been methodically building a digital collection of North Carolina music that will finally be unveiled beginning Monday, October 12 as part of 50/50 week. The collection spans the gamut of musical styles that showcase the breadth and depth of the state’s contributions to the annals of blues, jazz, […]
In our first foray into the world of live remotes, WHUP is pleased to announce we will be broadcasting the Hillsborough Arts Council Last Friday concert featuring Chapel Hill acoustic trio The Ghost + Bones live from Nash Street Tavern on WHUP’s Pass the Hat from 6-8 pm. The broadcast is the result of a […]