My Exit: Mary Trembly-Glassman

mary trembly glassmanWEXT's My Exit is back. Every Monday night local listeners get to come into the station and program an hour of music. We thought it'd be fun to find out a little bit about these people and why they picked the songs on their play list.

Mary Trembly-Glassman. I work in HR, I am a wife, mom and a runner.

How would you describe your taste in music?
It depends on the day.

A few songs from Mary's My Exit show:

Wilco - "I Got You"
It's the song my husband and I got announced to at our wedding reception. I had some of the lyrics inscribed on his wedding band.

Sinead O'Connor - "Mandinka"
Well, it's from a time in my life when I was waiting tables in grad school and lived alone in my little apartment. Sinead is such a talent and that was such an influential record. I saw her play in Northampton a few years ago and she looked like all of us middle aged
moms but she could really sing -- and it made me so happy to see she's still got it.

The Clash - "Police on My Back"
My husband Howard plays in a Clash cover band and one day they were playing this song and the kids and I would just sing at the top of our lungs. Now when I hear that song I just think of me and the kids being happy at home.

Matthew Sweet - "Girlfriend"
This is one of my favorite top ten records -- it just speaks to me.

Rocket from the Crypt --"Middle"
Rocket from the Crypt is a Southern California punk band . They're not well known but a they're a great band to see live. I picked this song because I'm stuck in the middle of so many things. I listen to a little Rocket fro the Crypt and it puts it all in perspective.

You can hear Mary's My Exit show tonight at 8 on 97.7 or at

Here's how to schedule your own My Exit show on WEXT.


DJ Mary T, you go girl!!

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