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Long Live Radio!

Long Live Radio!

The Week of Radio Celebration is in full swing! Here’s the schedule:

Tuesday 4/2:

Trans Global Music Express, 2-4pm: The Balkan Conspirators perform at 3pm.

 

Tues Eve Concert, 6:30-8pm: Brooke and Paul exploring a French theme.

The Lemon, 9-10pm: Holland Tunnel Orchestra will perform live!

Wedensday 4/3:

Lone Star, 10:30-noon: Seimeen is going to do an “Unplugged” show, airing live recordings that she’s made over the years.

A Night At The Opera, 6:30-8pm: Bob is featuring the theme of “Money” in operatic pieces.

Lighten Up: Strumming Dog and Gary Gouker will play Wed on Rachel’s show

Thursday 4/4:

Good Day Show, 9-10am: Ernie and Gary will play live, and Ted also has a great playlist put together.

Dias Corvidae, 10:30-noon: Singer/Songwriter and Skilletfest co-founder Jed DeLong will play.

The Axiom, 2-4pm: A new show to the Raven lineup. Host Joe Danon, will explore an all “Drive” theme.

Sunset Symphony, 6:30-8pm: Trish is having guest Terry McGuire on the show and they will be exploring how classical music has influenced pop.

Friday, April 5th
ALL DAY DRIVE!

6:30pm – The banjo and mandolin stylings of the Big Fat Babies Radio Tantrum Hour.

7:30pm – Bellymeat Live from the Cable House.

8:30pm – Buffalo Satan performs live!

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