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Blog

Show Venteuno (10.26.14)

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Posted 10/26/14 at 3:14 am by Michael Dickerson | 0 comments

The Honor Is All Yours: Yung Yankee Is Here!!  #CUE

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Posted 10/26/14 at 2:03 am by blackliq | 0 comments

Oct 25 Soul Food - DJ Sonrisa Guest Host

DJ Sonrisa hosting on the Chef's behalf.  I brought some Beast Coast and new hip-hop, some experimental R&B and some classic funk with me.  Let's have some fun - Danny Brown-o-lantern is.

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Posted 10/25/14 at 9:06 pm by DJ Sonrisa | 0 comments

Every Which Way But Blech

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Posted 10/25/14 at 8:56 pm by Bill Farrar | 0 comments

Phil D and Paul G are Cold Gettin’ Dumb with a Big, Spooky Hair Drive Song Special

Hey folks!

We've got a whole bunch of fun, frightening, goofy, way out and gnarly 80's tunes for ya from 3-5 pm. Have a nice day! Thanks for donating!

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Posted 10/25/14 at 2:03 pm by PaulG | 0 comments

Fund Drive 2.0 : The Psychedelic Church

TPC will be playing live in our fabulous listener-supported studio today, plus we'll have a pair of tix to the Black Keys/St. Vincent show to give away to the first $150 pledge!

Call 804-622-9747 and help keep the hits coming!

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Posted 10/25/14 at 10:58 am by Allan Coberly | 1 comments

Party of One: The Blue People

The Tuareg of northern Mali wear deep blue robes.  In fact, locally, they are called "the Blue People" (for the indigo color of their veils and other clothing, which sometimes stains the skin underneath).The notes that define African-decended music in America are known as the "blue notes" and the music they make up is called "Blues".  African slaves brought this music to the Americas.  African slaves came, in large part, from the interior of West Africa, including (yep, you guessed it) northern Mali.  The traditional music the Tuareg play--now electrified--sounds remarkably similar to the blues of the Mississippi Delta.  With today's show, we'll explore this incredible link across forgotten generations and a wide ocean blue.

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Posted 10/25/14 at 9:45 am by Dustin | 1 comments

Party of One: The Blue People

The Tuareg of northern Mali wear deep blue robes.  In fact, locally, they are called "the Blue People" (for the indigo color of their veils and other clothing, which sometimes stains the skin underneath).The notes that define African-decended music in America are known as the "blue notes" and the music they make up is called "Blues".  African slaves brought this music to the Americas.  African slaves came, in large part, from the interior of West Africa, including (yep, you guessed it) northern Mali.  The traditional music the Tuareg play--now electrified--sounds remarkably similar to the blues of the Mississippi Delta.  With today's show, we'll explore this incredible link across forgotten generations and a wide ocean blue.

Call up and donate! 804-622-WRIR

Click "Read More" for the playlist!

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Posted 10/25/14 at 9:45 am by Dustin | 0 comments

British 60’s Pysch Invasion time on The British Breakfast!

The Invasion is on! Tune in for British Invasion cover band and Richmond Supergroup formed just for this show!

The Invasion will be doing covers of The Move, The Animals, John's Children, The Birds and The Troggs- all to help us raise funds from the Fall Fund Drive! Tune in and Donate!

 

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Posted 10/25/14 at 8:03 am by Gene | 0 comments

It is Fund Raising for the 2nd Weekend!

Looking for $300 this morning.

Good Morning and Welcome to your weekend,

Here we are, we have reached the 2nd weekend in our fund raiser to help get us through the winter. Please visit www.wrir.org and click Donate. (Hint, the Big Red Button)

Joining me in studio Live is Rie Miller from the Catawba Nation of South Carolina. I am excited, she is a wealth knowledge.

(*) New Music -

Walk In Peace

Tall Feathers

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Posted 10/25/14 at 4:56 am by Tall Feathers | 0 comments

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