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Good morning and Welcome to your morning and your weekend!

InterTribal is the show that motivates the sun to rise. Today we will continue to review the music submissions to the Native American Music Awards Program. These submissions will be denoted throughout the playlist.

(*) NAMA Submitted Music for Review

Walk in Peace

Tall Feathers



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“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 the last weekend of July … already. And the weather is a little bit cooler, so YAY! I’ve got “The Girl From Ipanema”, Dread Zeppelin, Converge, and a bunch of other stuff to play for you tonight 9-11pmEDT. And it looks like the GWAR guys are coming up in the next two weeks to talk GWAR-B-Q, so check in next Friday night, too!

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Chris young scum



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On today’s episode of Open Source RVA, we speak with JL Hodges, James Mason and Alex Spalding of the acclaimed Richmond-based rock band Avers, which is releasing a new album (“Omega/Whatever”) today with a special performance at the Broadberry tonight. We also tell you about an upcoming recreation of the four mile Lunenburg County march of 1965 that sought to expand African-American voter registration. Organizer Wanda Morrison joins guest host Dale Brumfield to talk about this important, if little known, Virginia Civil Rights milestone. We’ll also present another special installment of Curtain Call, the biweekly segment on the comings and goings of Richmond’s theater scene, brought to you by the Richmond Theatre Critics Circle and featuring Sifter’s Jerry Williams and Style Weekly’s Rich Griset. Your Source is waiting! Listen to Richmond’s audio news digest at 2PM on WRIR 97.3 FM and http://wrir.org/

 

ROCK N EFFIN ROLL



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Jay is away, so let’s play~



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SOB-7-28-16



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Inspired by my recent binge-watching of the new Stranger Things series and its nostalgia-heavy homage to 80’s supernatural dramas, I’ve got an alternative soundtrack for your listening enjoyment. Get lost in the analog synths from 9-11 pm!



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