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Join us to hear The Prison, British composer Dame Ethel Smyth’s 1930 masterwork. This was Smyth’s last work and her only symphony – she was 72 when she completed it and soon stopped composing due to advancing deafness.

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Rebecca interviewed classical musicians Sterling and Brendon Elliott about their upcoming virtual concert on Thursday, July 30.

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In the pantheon of break-up albums, Courtney Marie Andrews’ “Old Flowers” is the latest in a long line of them. She brings a new dynamic to an old theme. 

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This week, Pickin' on WHRV features one of the great often overlooked bluegrass vocalist greats. Join us Sunday night.

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On this week’s Acoustic Highway, we have a program full of cover tunes with artists performing other's music. 

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A cornerstone of WHRV’s Saturday night line-up, Saturday Night Fish Fry with Neal Murray will air in perpetuity on WHRO’s sister station, ‘The 1920’s Radio Network’ at 99.3 FM, Saturday nights.

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Too Slim & the Taildraggers are a veteran blues-rock band from the Pacific northwest and the new album “The Remedy” is their twentieth release.

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This week on Pickin' on WHRV, we explore the music of one of the great performers of the bluegrass genre—Del McCoury. 

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