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Archive: Wednesday June 17, 2020

Hear At Home with Steve Earle

Published 18 days ago by Andy Chanley

Hear At Home with Steve Earle

Your afternoon host and friend, Andy Chanley and Steve Earle connect for 88.5 FM's Hear At Home series. They talk about Steve's newest record, 'Ghosts of West Virginia,' which is available now.

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Some of Our Favorite Artists Supporting Small Business!

Published 18 days ago by AJ Edmonds

SmallBusiness Live 2021


American business has been hit hard during the pandemic. Small businesses have been especially impacted. Small businesses are not just stores, services and restaurants, they are members of their community and are in need of support.

Musical artists are coming together to bring you “Small Business Live,” a one-day musical experience to raise money for the Accion Opportunity Fund. The fund provides grants to at-risk small businesses hit hardest by COVID-19, with a focus on those run by women and people of color.

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ADVANCED MUSIC HISTORY Cheat Sheet for June 17

Published 19 days ago by Jim Nelson

BORN

GREGG ROLIE of Santana/Journey/Ringo Starr’s All-Starr Band
PAUL YOUNG of Sad Café/Mike + The Mechanics

 

THIS HAPPENED

In 1965, The Kinks and The Moody Blues made their US concert debut at the Academy of Music in New York City.

In 1965, Working at Abbey Road Studios in London, The Beatles completed work on the new Paul McCartney song, “Yesterday” on the day before his 23rd birthday; they also recorded “Act Naturally,” Ringo’s vocal contribution to the Help! album, and “Wait,” which was included on Rubber Soul.

 

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