By Sarah on June 2, 2012
Here are some songs I played on the radio on Friday night. If you want to hear more, I’m doing a special bonus show today on CHIRP Radio from 4-6 pm Central tome. And next week, I take an extra long turn at the controls on Friday night — join me for my regular 8-10 pm show, […]
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By Sarah on April 1, 2010
I’ve always loved Norah Jones, though her latest album didn’t quite do it for me. Maybe that’s because I was listening to a webrip of truly terrible quality. She’s got a truly beautiful voice, though, and manages to make this cover her own, despite how simple the arrangement is.
By Sarah on March 15, 2010
There are a lot of great shows this week featuring local bands, and lots of them are free or very cheap. You should check some of them out, give some love and support to the local music scene.
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