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Join us Sunday night as we visit with Luca Burgalassi. The Italy native is back in town promoting a new CD, and he will join us in the studio to discuss his musical journey. 

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Antonio Salazar-Hobson was kidnapped and trafficked at age 4 and remained separated from his family for 24 years. In his new memoir, he shares how he survived the ordeal and the message he has for other human trafficking survivors.

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The Vandoliers are a hard charging Texas band who mix country music with alternative rock. Call them cow-punk if you must but on their third album, a self-titled release, they put all labels aside and meld their varied influences into one cohesive sound.

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This weekend we are celebrating National Relaxation Day and also remembering two artists that we lost last week. Join us on the Highway on Sunday at 9 p.m. 

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Explore the music of Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs following the release of their iconic Foggy Mountain Jamboree. Join us Sunday at 7 p.m. 

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Why do you love Queen but your best friend loves Kiss? Why do some choose rock as their favorite music while others long for country tunes? Acclaimed author, composer and musicologist explores these questions and more in this interview. Hear the discussion.

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Beginning each hour until 3 p.m., WFOS will feature a track from Oliva Newton-John as we celebrate the life of this exceptional talent, activist, artist, philanthropist, survivor, and human.

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The Brother Brothers are a duo who are indeed brothers and they double down on the sibling harmony because they are also identical twins. Their third album “Cover to Cover” pays homage to their early influences by covering an eclectic set of songs.

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