What song, artist or album got you into music?
HM: My first cassette single was Prince's "Seven"-this song inspired my intense love for music.
LC: Paul Simon, Graceland. I used to play "You Can Call Me Al" on repeat and sing it at the top of my lungs. I might still do that sometimes.
What's the best concert you've ever seen?
ND: I will never forget my first Raffi concert at age four. There was a special rendition of "Baby Beluga" that will be with me forever.
LC: Tibetan Freedom, it was my first and scared me as I got slightly trampled, but I did get to see Tribe followed by Beastie Boys, which was super. Nora and I also recently saw J-5 and Blackalicious in Portland, which was good times.
What have you been listening to lately?
ND: I have been listening to Mindy Smith, an up-and-coming folk singer, and Jay-Z's Black Album.
LC: Belle and Sebastian, Massive Attack, and Dilated Peoples.
ND & HM: Our unanimous vote is The Clancy Brothers.
HM: My favorite song is "Thinkin' 'Bout You" by Toni Tone Tony. I actually discovered this song at a Bowdoin activity fair when WBOR was giving away free old CDs-just goes to show, one man's trash is another man's treasure.
LC: I think the Beatles' White Album but I also really enjoy the Tribe anthology and Fiona Apple's Tidal.
Favorite Beatles song:
HM: "In My Life."
ND: "Maxwell's Silver Hammer."
LC: "She Came In Through the Bathroom Window."
After the three of us discovered our mutual passion for Broadway music, we were relentless in our pursuit of a perfect collection of Broadway tunes. Eventually singing in our dorm room just wasn't enough, and we wanted the rest of the Bowdoin/Brunswick community to hear what we had been able to enjoy for ages. The show can be heard 1:30-3:00 p.m. on Sundays on WBOR 91.1. FM.