Is there a better cure for the cooped-up winter blahs than great music? Walter asked four local DJs for their top picks.Carson Blackley Recent N.C. State graduate Carson Blackley is a radio host and producer for Raleigh’s new country radio station, B93.9 FM.1. Give Me Back My Hometown – Eric Church2. Indian Outlaw – Tim McGraw3. Follow Your Arrow – Kacey Musgraves4. Muckalee Creek Water – Luke Bryan 5. I Hold On – Dierks Bentley6. Cowboy Take Me Away – Dixie Chicks7. The Night they Drove Old Dixie Down – The Band8. Whiskey’s Gone – Zac Brown Band9. Carolina – Eric Church10. Wild at Heart – Gloriana11. Harper Valley PTA – Jeannie C. Riley12. In Color – Jamey Johnson13. Dancin’ Away with My Heart – Lady Antebellum14. Something Like That – Tim McGraw 15. Kerosene – Miranda LambertSPCLGSTSPCLGST, aka Joe Giampino, was voted 2013’s Best Club DJ by the readers of Indy Weekly. He plays all kinds of clubs and private parties.1. Goodbye Horses – Q Lazzarus2. Love Will Tear Us Apart – Joy Division3. Don’t Change – INXS4. A Forest – THE CURE 5. The World (Is Going Up in Flames) – Charles Bradley6. Funkier Than a Mosquito’s Tweeter – Nina Simone7. Perfect Life – Belong8. Paper Romance – Groove Amanda 9. Midnight in a Perfect World – DJ Shadow10. Glory Box – Portishead11. Da Mystery of Chessboxin’ – Wu-Tang Clan12. I Love You (Remix) – Mary J. Blige, featuring Smif n Wessun13. Player’s Ball – OutKast14. Shabba – A$AP Ferg15. Zip & A Double Cup – Juicy J Joe BunnJoe Bunn is known for keeping the dance floors full at Raleigh weddings and dance parties.1. Timber – Pitbull, featuring Ke$ha2. Dark Horse – Katy Perry, featuring Juicy J3. Stay the Night – Zedd, featuring Hayley Williams4. Team – Lorde5. Show Me – Kid Ink, featuring Chris Brown6. Story of My Life – One Direction7. Gas Pedal – Sage the Gemini, featuring IamSu8. Wake Me Up – Avicii9. Hold On, We’re Coming Home – Drake, featuring Majid Jordan10. Can’t Hold Us – Macklemore & Ryan Lewis11. Don’t Drop That Thun Thun – Finatticz12. Treasure – Bruno Mars13. Do What U Want – Lady Gaga, featuring R. Kelly14. Thinking About You – Calvin Harris, featuring Ayah Marar15. Take Back the Night – Justin TimberlakeJim Davis WNCU’s.025 90.7 jazz announcer Jim Davis hosts 8 Track Flashback every Saturday. He begins in the late ’60s, and works backwards over four hours into the ’40s.1960s1. Ain’t Nothing but a House Party –Showstoppers2. 634-5789 – Wilson Picket3. Reputation – Little Anthony & Imperials4. People Get Ready – Impressions5. Oh My Angel – Bertha TillmanClassic 1950s6. Back in the USA – Chuck Berry7. Whole Lotta Shakin’ Going On –Jerry Lee Lewis8. That Dood It – James Brown9. I Love You So – Chantels10. Most of All – MoonglowsEarly 50s, 1940s11. Money – Honey-Drifters12. I’m Gonna Play the Honky Tonks –Marie Adams13. Safronia B – Calvin Bose14. Baby Get Lost – Dinah Washington15. Who Threw the Whiskey in the Well – Wynonie Harris, with Lucky Millinder
The college football recruiting dead period is over. Starting today, coaches can visit with recruits and host them on campus. This means that basically every college football coach is currently traveling the country, making in-person contact with high school football players. Do you know where your teams’ coaches are? Nebraska fans now do, thanks to this cool graphic tweeted by the Huskers’ new coach, Mike Riley. Check it out: Curious where we are recruiting today? Paint the Nation Red! #GBR pic.twitter.com/GBUl8q2xaG— Mike Riley (@Coach_Riley) January 15, 2015Riley has gotten off to a good start recruiting at Nebraska. On Wednesday, the Huskers received a commitment from one of the best offensive linemen in the country. National Signing Day is Feb. 4.