Dog Germs / Happy House presents:

143 November 13th, 2018

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New Music Machine presents:

Tune in for new music from Jessica Pratt, Azusa, Rose Ette, Charles Bradley, Deerhunter and much more.

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Lost Music Saloon presents:

Welcome to the Veterans Day edition of the Lost Music Saloon – – songs that (try to) touch on a number of issues affecting our soldiers other than just patriotism & protest, or war & peace. Songs about soldiers who make it home and those who don’t. Songs about how the damage of war extends to a soldier’s family & friends, as well as the physical, mental & emotional toll on those who serve.

Lost Music Saloon: PLAYLIST: Nov. 12, 2018: 5-7 p.m.: Veterans Day

Slaid Cleaves: Still Fighting the War
Old Crow Medicine Show: Levi
Bob Rea: Vietnam
Trampled By Turtles: It’s a War
Marah: Round Eye Blues

Stan Ridgway: Camouflage
Johnny Cash: Singing in Vietnam Talking Blues
Camper Van Beethovan: Might Makes Right
Sam Baker: Boxes

John Prine: Sam Stone
Nathan Bell: Names
Steve Earle: Home To Houston
Dan Bern: After the Parade

Bruce Springsteen: We Take Care of Our Own
David Dondero: Pre-Invasion Jitters
John Michael Montgomery: Letters From Home
Dixie Chicks: Travelin’ Soldier

TICKETS: Steve Forbert @ Capital Ale House (Richmond Music Hall) on Thurs 11/15 @ 7/8p.m.:
– What Kinda Guy: Jackrabbit Slim/Alive On Arrival 35th
– Carolina Blue Sky Blues: The Magic Tree
– Complications

Whiskeytown: Houses On the Hill
S.Sgt. Barry Sadler: Ballad of the Green Beret
Joe Pug: Bury Me Far (From My Uniform)
Johnny Cash: What Is Truth

Steve Earle: Rich Man’s War
Turnpike Troubadours: Blue Star
Pat Bacon: Holy War
Adrienne Young: Blinded By Stars, Tangled in Stripes

Emmylou Harris: Mary Danced With Soldiers
Dan Mangan: Post-War Blues
Edwin Starr: War

*Taps* (from ‘Songs of the Civil War’)

Garry, DJ
Lost Music Saloon
WRIR 97.3 FM
Richmond, Virginia
www.wrir.org
***************************************

140 November 12th, 2018

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Stunted Development presents:

102 November 11th, 2018

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If Music Could Talk presents:

chilly weather! lets warm things up with some hot international beats

then dive into the vast galaxy of vinyl and other oddities

121 November 11th, 2018

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The Motherland Influence presents:

We have a pair of tickets for New Orleans artist P.J. Morton.
At the Broadberry Oct. 14th. Tune in and hear some Motherland Influences from New Orleans.

144 November 11th, 2018

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Francosonic presents:

Salut, les gars ! Bienvenue à Francosonic. Vous cherchez du hip-hop et du rap pour bien démarrer votre dimanche ? Vous êtes au bon endroit !

Looking for some hip-hop and rap to get your Sunday going? You’re in the right place!

Check out the playlist below to see some classic and brand-new tunes.

MILLE MERCIS à DJ ANNA C ! Thanks a million to DJ Anna C for filling in last week. Seeing my favorite French pop band Yelle was an incredible experience in Chapel Hill and Baltimore. Couldn’t have done it without your wonderful assistance!

-DJ Zik

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Hip-Hop for the Rest of Us presents:

Its here and its coming

97 November 11th, 2018

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River City Limits presents:

WILD LIKE AUSTRALIA. HOT LIKE AUSTRALIA. SYDNEY LIKE AUSTRALIA.

Sydney Like Australia comes on with Noah Page to learn a little more about the radio and how to use the station as she prepares to take over this whole shet hirsilf!

They play some music and mess it up on purpose (SORRY! not sorry) so that Sydney sees what it’s like. Ms. Like Australia prepares to destroy you all HARD.

And they get MAD into some rap. And tell you all this stuff about Nickelus F.

216 November 10th, 2018

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End Of The Century presents:

Today, I’m focusing on the tiny slice of EotC’s range – 1976-1983. It was a special time in the 20th century – right wing groups were gaining momentum in the UK as a female Tory PM was elected, tensions were high between Europe, the US and Russia, and a lesser known actor became President.

Yes, I am talking about the 20th Century.

Tune in for punk, funk and various weirdness that you can dance to.

86 November 10th, 2018

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