Scott Fybush for the Globe on the futures of WBUR and WGBH

Garrett Wollman
Sun Jun 9 00:24:30 EDT 2019

<<On Wed, 5 Jun 2019 19:32:14 -0400, Sean Smyth <> said:

> The commenters aren’t too thrilled with Mr. Fybush’s reference to “bird
> songs,” though.

Not having been a WGBH aficionado, reading this piece was the first
time it clicked for me that the band name "Birdsong at Morning" was
actually a reference to something.  It makes sense: one of the members
is (was?) music producer Darleen Wilson, who worked at WGBH.  (The
other member of the band was UMass-Lowell professor Alan Williams, who
had previously been in Knots and Crosses with Carol Noonan.)


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