Tuesday Breakfast Blend with The Bored Operator presents:

“Random thoughts for Valentine’s Day, 2004. Today is a holiday invented by greeting card companies to make people feel like crap.” — eternal sunshine of the spotless mind

boo! i hate valentine’s day. lets get through this loveless season together. this loveless life. together. whatever. forever.



443 February 18th, 2020

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The Heavily Cosmic Rotation/ The Midnight Escape presents:


91 February 17th, 2020

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The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit / Time Again Radio Show presents:

Hey Listeners,

I’m back after a week off – which makes it three weeks since I’ve been on the air. Anyway lots of great tunes tonight from lots of bands I’ve never played before on my show.

During the first hour, I will be giving away a pair of tickets to see Moon Hooch at The Camel this coming Friday night.


The Haberdasher

106 February 17th, 2020

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The Edge of Americana presents:

122 February 17th, 2020

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Lost Music Saloon presents:

A double-themed Lost Music Saloon for your listening pleasure today – – two sets of songs for Presidents Day surrounded by a bunch of good new music. I’ll also be giving away tickets to go see the Drive-By Truckers later this week, so stay tuned for that.

Lost Music Saloon: PLAYLIST: Feb. 17, 2020: 5-7 p.m.: Prez Day + New Music

New Music Set #1:
Ranzel Kendrick aka Alias Wayne: Color Of Blues: SNAFU
White Owl Red: Hell and the Blues: Afterglow
The Barefoot Movement: At The End Of The Day: Rise & Fly
DownTown Mystic: Better Day: Better Day

Presidents Day Set #1:
Dan Bern: President: My Country II
Rich Little: My Way (Bush/Reagan/Nixon/Carter): Single
Blaze Foley: Oval Room: Oval Room
Over The Rhine: If A Song Could Be President: The Trumpet Child

New Music Set #2:
Anna Lynch: Apples In The Fall: Apples in the Fall
Cory Becker: Fools: One
Pk And The In-Betweens: Almost (Radio Edit): A Lifetime Of Almost
Dennis J. Leise: Listen with Your Eyes: State of Fairs
John Dennis: Board Game Money: Mortal Flames
Possessed By Paul James: In The Dark Of Morning: As We Go Wandering
Jess Jocoy: Hallelujah: Such A Long Way
Nora Jane Struthers: To Catch A Phoenix: Bright Lights, Long Drives, First Words

TICKETS: Drive-By Truckers @ The Jefferson in Charlottesville on Wed. Feb 19th:
Drive-By Truckers: Nine Bullets: Pizza Deliverance
Drive-By Truckers: Go-Go Boots: Go-Go Boots

New Music Set #3:
Jangling Sparrows: Follow Me Down: Bootstraps and Other American Fables
Michigan Rattlers: Desert Heat: Desert Heat – Single
Ringtail: Ask the Dust: Single
The Dirty Knobs (Mike Campbell): Wreckless Abandon (edit): Single

Presidents Day Set #2 (For the Current Occupant):
Rodney Crowell: The Obscenity Prayer (Give It To Me): The Outsider
Grant Peeples And The Peeples Republic: More For Us, Less For Them: Settling Scores Vol. II
Will Kimbrough: I Lie: Americanitis
Frank Zappa: I’m The Slime: Apostrophe/Overnite Sensation

New Music Set #4:
Mercy Bell: Chocolate Milk & Whiskey: Paste Studio Atl. GA 2020
Chris Moyse: Time’s Gonna Tell: Bitter Ballads & Cynical Prayers
Paul Burch: Fool About Me: Light Sensitive
Wyatt Edmondson: Room For Two: If I Don’t Try

Garry, DJ
Lost Music Saloon
WRIR 97.3 FM
Richmond, Virginia

140 February 17th, 2020

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Global A Go-Go presents:

Rumput is quite possibly the most unique band in Richmond: they specialize in keroncong, Indonesian string band music.  They’re also unusual in that they’re a true multimedia endeavor, with original visual art in the form of wayang (Indonesian shadow puppets) and crankies (Appalachian scrolling panoramas) integrated into their performances.

Their next performance is on Tuesday February 18 at the Firehouse Theatre (more info here), where they’ll be rolling out (pun intended) a new crankie on the subject of the ongoing deadly colonial history of tobacco.  Two Rumput members, musician John Priestley and visual artist Beth Reid, will join me in the studio Monday to talk about the band, their upcoming gig and the surprising parallels between Virginia and Indonesia.

Also this week: a tribute to Joseph Shabalaba, cadence from the French Caribbean, classic 1970s salsa dura, the marimba music of Colombia’s Pacific coast, and more funana from Cabo Verde.

Podcast: radio4all.net/index.php/program/105044

All the podcasts: radio4all.net/index.php/series/Global+A+Go-Go

96 February 17th, 2020

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Monday Breakfast Blend presents:

You can read updates and get previews by liking this show on Facebook. Did you enjoy the show or want to listen to it again? You can find it in the archive player for the next two weeks.


7 February 17th, 2020

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Curved Air presents:

Considered by many to be the father of modern music, Schoenberg initiated an explosion of new musical ideas which ultimately lead to the end of Romanticism and the beginning of Modernism. He is perhaps best known as the inventor of twelve-tone music (a.k.a. serialism, a.k.a. dodecaphonic music) but he certainly did a lot more than that.

224 February 17th, 2020

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Mellow Sunday / Dimanche décontracté presents:

Régalez-vous, Richmond, avec ma playlist nouvelle vague et celle d’Aymeric, co-animateur !


DJ Zik

343 February 16th, 2020

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If Music Could Talk presents:

LOVE-ly music from around the world …

plus, listen for a chance to win tickets to see GARZA on Feb 25 at the Broadberry

121 February 16th, 2020

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