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WRIR Presents: Herro Sugar, Paul Ivey and The Rubes, Flossed in Paradise
What better way to celebrate Memorial Day than with WRIR. Your favorite independent radio station will be hosting an event at The Camel on May 27th. The line-up consists of a diverse, eclectic mix of local outfits that should prove to be unique and dynamic.
FLOSSED IN PARADISE
PAUL IVEY AND THE RUBES
The Camel 1621 W. Broad St.
Donations at the door!
Proceeds will benefit the station and more events like this one!
Check it out and come out to support WRIR-LP 97.3 FM.
Posted 5/25/13 at 2:03 am by DJ Bob | 0 comments
Posted 5/25/13 at 1:49 am by DJ Bob | 0 comments
Join me in the midnight hours and lets listen to some cool music.
Posted 5/24/13 at 10:08 pm by Mr. Felty and DJ Pari | 0 comments
"What the Fontaine?!: You never know what you'll hear next on this fun mix of tunes from across the decades and musical genres."
It's Memorial Day Weekend! Lotsa bands, lotsa beverages, lotsa friends and family. I'm DJing tonight on WRIR 9-11pm, afterwards at Balliceaux as part of the "No Richmond" post-punk dance nt (w/ Phil D. and Mike Murphy), then back here again tomorrow to host River City Limits 5-7pm with Canary Oh Canary playing LIVE! And that's just the start of the weekend! RPG, Iggy Plop, Occultist, Weedeater, and many other bands are playing in town. Be sure to have fun, and to make it home safely.
AIM: WhatTheFontaine Phone: 804.649.9737
Check here later for tonight's podcast.
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Posted 5/24/13 at 7:59 pm by fontaine | 0 comments
Thanks for listening!!!
Posted 5/24/13 at 5:53 pm by DacoitDan | 0 comments
Kick off your Memorial Day weekend with a very special edition of Global A Go-Go: a live, in-studio performance by Carbon Leaf. They're back home in Richmond after a Navy Entertainment tour that took them to Bahrain (pictured below), Djibouti and aboard the USS Eisenhower in the Red Sea.
Carbon Leaf is one of the most accomplished and successful bands that Richmond has produced in the last 20 years. While no one has ever called them a "world music" act (of course, lots of people think my program isn't a "world music" show either, starting with me), their sound has always been prominently influenced by Celtic folk and rock, staples of the Global A Go-Go catalog.
On their current album, Ghost Dragon Attacks Castle, those Celtic roots are at the forefront. Carbon Leaf will perform several songs from Ghost Dragon and some others as well, and we'll talk music, business, travel and Brazilian polka metal, among other things.
Thanks in advance to the band for working Richmond Independent Radio into their busy schedule, and to WRIR volunteer Richard Schellenburg for engineering the live set.
A podcast of today's program will be available soon at http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/series/Global+A+Go-Go.
Posted 5/24/13 at 4:00 pm by Bill Lupoletti | 0 comments
Subbing for my SUB! Thanks for helping Sean! Read more for what I've JUST been doing !
Posted 5/24/13 at 6:16 am by Phil D | 0 comments
Subconsciously deciding to play Domino records every other song today?
Posted 5/24/13 at 5:01 am by sean | 0 comments
You know the drill. 3 hours of late night grooves served up with the warm resonance of vinyl platters.
Posted 5/24/13 at 1:58 am by sean | 0 comments
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Posted 5/23/13 at 10:08 pm by Christian | 0 comments