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What are some songs with whistling? This Friday night from 8-10 Rachel and Ken will be puckering up and playing songs “whith” whistles during a week of special radio before our One Day Drive. Please take a moment now http://bit.ly/1qqajdV   to help us towards our $85,000 goal. Thank you! Also coming up later this week:

Friday, 3/28

Good Day Radio Show – 9am-10am:  Rebecca will kick things off with live music by Casey Orona & Jeff Jenks.

Straight No Chaser – 2pm-4pm:  Carolyn Servid will be joined by Mike & Iko Sullivan in the studio, performing some live jazz music.

Saturday, 3/29

At the Hop – 9am-10:30am: Slacktide will be playing some live tunes on Denton’s show.

The Root Cellar – noon-2pm: Angie Bowers has a live performance by Jim Deginero, featuring the songs of Guy Clark.

Garden Show – 5:30pm-6pm: Kitty and Mollie are back with a new season of the Garden Show.

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