What are you listening to?

We love Pink Martini! Have seen them several times. Thanks for the link.

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Even better, I was there.

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Such an interesting performance; balancing the power ballad btwn two powerhouses.

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RIP, Sidney.

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Anyone listen to Boss Radio 66?

Tom Hanks started a channel on the station recently as well.

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I am listening to Stay by Rihanna due to depressive winter state :smiley:

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I am fortunate enough to live where there is a popular listener-supported radio station…as such, there is no “genre” that they follow, and they have shows that focus on everything imaginable.

Their morning and evening drive time shows are an straight gamble of what you’ll hear (of great tuneage) with blues, jazz, folk, Latin, reggae, and a wide variety of other goodies.

You an give them a listen at wmnf.org

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I will try them. My favorite radio program is Cities 97’s Acoustic Sunrise piped through the house on Sunday mornings.

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Seacoast Oldies is another. Breakfast with the Beatles on Sunday mornings.

Keep them coming!

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We like the Playground out of Emerson College on Saturday mornings.
Fun and makes me smile while walking!

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Already listening…Bert Lahr Singing Clown! Great stuff! Thanks.

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RIP Ronnie

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Yes RIP Ronnie, what an original, and she did not have it easy for the decade or so that she was with Phil S. I’m sorry she’s gone, but the music legacy remains, happily.

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Listening to lots of Irish Music, my dad immigrated a long time ago. Clancy Brothers, Tommy Makem, Rovers. And the Pogues.
His favorite was A Jug of Punch.

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Oops…I think I meant emigrated, but I can’t edit the post. :roll_eyes:

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