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Brian Daniels

On-air Music Host, Web Curator, PSA Director

Brian can be heard weekdays on Afternoon Jazz from 1 to 4 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Afternoon Jazz features a blend of the latest mainstream jazz with big band/swing, bebop and some blues on the side every once in a while.

Brian also served as the station's Interim General Manager from July 2016 to August 2017.

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Science suggests that melting polar ice caps, rising sea levels, and the increasing frequency of severe storms are all a result of a rapidly changing global climate, posing a threat to life on Earth as we know it.

With all that's happening, some might wonder what we as individuals can do to help stem the tide of climate change.

On this edition of UMES 30, we speak with local illustrator/writer Dana Simson. 

On this edition of UMES 30, Brian Daniels (Afternoon Jazz) speaks with multi-reed instrumentalist Will Boyd about his new album Freedom, Soul, Jazz and how it ties into African American history--especially the civil rights movement in the United States. 

ORIGINAL AIR DATE: 2/9/2020

Let's Grow the Good: Today is #GivingTuesday and we want to show the world that the #ShoreGivesMore! You can support WESM 91.3 FM and choose from over 60 nonprofits that make the Lower Shore a great place to call home. CLICK HERE to schedule a donation right now...and thanks for your generous and continued support! 

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On Veterans Day, the University of Maryland Eastern Shore will be host to living legends from World War II.

Original Tuskegee Airmen, (ret.) Col. Charles McGee and Sgt. Harry Quinton, will visit the campus on Monday, November 11th, as guest speakers.

They will be appearing at the Student Services Center Theater at 9 a.m.

Col. McGee and Sgt. Quinton are among the last few surviving members of the Tuskegee Airmen.

McGee will be celebrating his 100th birthday next month.

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Veterans Day is just around the corner and you’ve probably already seen commercial advertisements by local and national retailers hoping to cash in on the holiday.

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