Open Source RVA presents:
YOUR SOURCE FOR MUSIC, DANCE & ART!! On Friday’s creative, next-level edition of Open Source RVA, heard at noon on WRIR 97.3 FM, Don Harrison welcomes Virginia music archivist Brent Hosier. His brand new “Unbroken Melodies” compilation unearths lost soul music from the archives of “Norfolk Sound” producer Lenis Guess. Hosier, the man behind the Arcania International and Plut record labels, talks about Virginia’s rich history of garage, psychedelic, soul and funk music and gives us some back story on his new various-artist comp. THEN Dina Weinstein welcomes back LaWanda Raines, founder and director of the Virginia Black Dance Festival, which is coming to Petersburg in late April. She talks about the workshops and performances that will highlight a diverse range of dance styles. BUT THAT’S NOT ALL! Don also sits down with friend-of-the-show, artist David Moore, whose new, “scaled-down” exhibit of paintings, “Full Spectrum,” will have an opening reception on Friday at Eric Schindler Gallery. Dave also makes history with us by attempting the world’s first “Radio Outro Drawing.” Be very afraid. IT’S A SOURCE FOR SORE EARS! Friday at noon on WRIR 97.3 FM and wrir.org.
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