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On this week’s Acoustic Highway, we continue our feature of African American Artists who are helping to endure and redefine the genre.

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On this week's program, enjoy a mix of artists and tunes, including some songs celebrating love.

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WHRV Host and Jazz educator Jae Sinnett shares some lesser-known influential moments in Black History that had landscape-changing significance.

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Brittany Howard has released two albums with her first band Alabama Shakes and now she has released her second solo album, “What Now.”

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Don Reno and Red Smiley emerged as one of the pivotal first-generation bluegrass stars who helped to shape the genre.

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This week, the Acoustic Highway continues its feature of African American artists during Black History Month with all local and regional artists.

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J Mascis is the longtime frontman for Dinosaur Jr. and records as a solo aritist in between their albums. Most of his solo albums have been recorded acoustically, the antithesis of Dinosaur jr, but on his new album “What Do We Do Now” he combines the two approaches

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"During those early years of listening to black music, one thing I definitively remember, was the feeling the music gave me." Jae Sinnett explains how music has the ability to reach the soul.

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