New Music Machine presents:

Tune in for new music from Courtney Barnett, Beach House, Olden Yolk and much more.

86 February 20th, 2018

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Time Again Radio Show presents:

Take a warning! Beyond lies a show of Disaster & Calamity on this week’s installment of the Time Again Radio Show. There will be fires, floods, explosions and cyclones, trains and other malfunctioning machines! Even the most sophisticated mediums and technologies still struggle to capture the memory of such events in the way that music was seemingly meant to do. Tonight time again is a fair reminder of that and more, enjoy!

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Lost Music Saloon presents:

Welcome to a President’s Day Edition of the Lost Music Saloon. I’ll be mixing it up with some new music to keep things from getting too heavy-duty political. I’ll also be giving away a pair of tickets to see Railroad Earth at The National later this week, so stay tuned for that.

Lost Music Saloon: PLAYLIST: Feb 19, 2018: 5-7:00 p.m.: Prez Day + New Music

President’s Day:
Dan Bern: President
Over the Rhine: If a Song Could Be President
Blaze Foley: Oval Room
Loudon Wainwright III: President’s Day (live)

New Music:
6 String Drag: Lorene (Bonus Track): High Hat
Rod Picott: A Better Man: Out Past the Wires
I’m With Her: Overland: See You Around
Dennis Winslow and Shoebox Letters: This Is It: Acoustic Project EP

Tickets: Live in Richmond at The National on Thurs, Feb 22 @ 8:00 p.m.:
– Railroad Earth: Blazin’ a Trail: Captain Nowhere

New Music:
Born Ruffians: Forget Me: Uncle, Duke, & the Chief
Anna Burch: Tea-Soaked Letter: Quit the Curse
Marlon Williams: What’s Chasing You: Make Way for Love
Mark Erelli: Ophelia: Mix Tape

President’s Day:
Rich Little: My Way (Bush/Reagan/Carter/Nixon)
Backsliders: Abe Lincoln
Blue Mountain: Jimmy Carter
Hadacol: Gerald Ford
Jimmy Dean: P.T. 109

New Music:
Dan Nicholls And Everwilde: Carolina: Better Things
Lucy Dacus: Addictions: Historian
Dream Wife: Somebody: Dream Wife
The Wailin’ Jennys: Wildflowers: Fifteen

President’s Day Set For The Current Occupant:
Grant Peeples And The Peeples Republic: More For Us, Less For Them: Settling Scores Vol. II
Will Kimbrough: I Lie
James McMurtry: We Can’t Make It Here
Randy Newman: Mr. President (Have Pity on the Working Man)

New Music:
Kyle Craft: Heartbreak Junky: Full Circle Nightmare
Glen Hansard: Roll On Slow: Between Two Shores
John Murry: Under A Darker Moon: A Short History of Decay

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

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If Music Could Talk presents:

tune in!
playing some beautiful, soulful tunes tonight from all over the place

121 February 18th, 2018

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Nighttime Maneuvers presents:

 

Next Week’s Show Will Be Better….?

225 February 18th, 2018

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Hip-Hop for the Rest of Us presents:

2/22 they hittin Strange Matter…but tonight its for the airwaves!!

97 February 18th, 2018

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River City Limits presents:

I’ll be giving away a pair of tickets to J Roddy Walston and the Business at the Jefferson Theater in Charlottesville on Fri, Feb 23rd.

143 February 17th, 2018

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Cause and Effect presents:

145 February 17th, 2018

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The British Breakfast presents:

Gene and Carmen play British music every Saturday morning on WRIR 97.3FM Richmond, Virginia USA. Expect music from pre-Beatles to this years newest unsigned bands!

Listen to our archives here: https://www.mixcloud.com/gene-pembleton/
Tweet us @BritBreakfast
Join us on facebook here

108 February 17th, 2018

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Curved Air presents:

One cannot provide a decent summary of the history of the symphony in two hours, nor can one arrive at a solid definition of what a symphony even is…but what I can do is play some fantastic examples from the 19th century Austrian/German tradition of symphonic writing. How does Mahler relate to Brahms and Beethoven? In between were Schumann and Bruckner. We shall hear them all on tonight’s episode.

224 February 17th, 2018

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