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Tune in Sunday at 9 pm as the Highway remembers the music of David Crosby.

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The Lilly Brothers-Michael and Everett, were bluegrass musicians born in Clear Creek, West Virginia.

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Photo: Matt Wittmeyer

A new 13-week series celebrates the performances, artists and artistry of the Gateways Music Festival. Join us on Fridays at 9 p.m. beginning on February 3. 

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Lucky 757's new album “Rockabilly Revival” brings the 1950’s genre kicking and screaming into the 21st century by recalling the frenetic energy of its pioneering artists.

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Throughout the 1980s, singer/songwriter Holly Knight composed anthems that became the soundtrack for millions of people’s lives. She discusses her career and her new book Friday at noon on WHRV FM.

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We’ll have songs by cowboys and about cowboys with music by Ian Tyson, John Denver, Ramblin Jack Elliott, and plenty of others.

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The native Virginia duo shot to fame in the late 50s and early 60s with classics like the Flame of Love, Diesel on my Tail, and Are You Missing Me.

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WHRO-FM is excited to announce our first Broadway Open Mic in partnership with the Little Theatre of Norfolk!

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