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Welcome to the easiest way to connect with the music on your public radio station. Want the latest edition of Connections with Stephen Peithman, or Acid Jazz with Gary Vercelli? Scroll down a bit, finding shows has never been easier. Quickly jump to the latest Sound Advice segment from Insight, check out record reviews and previews and recaps of concerts in the area.
Classical Communiqué takes the music that helps you relax during the day and brings it closer with articles written by hosts Kent Teeters and Cale Wiggins. The jazz that energizes you during the evenings is further brought to life at Speak No Evil. Gary Vercelli brings you interviews with current jazz luminaries; Devin Yamanaka tailors just the right playlist for a rainy day and more.
Public radio has an incredible legacy of celebrating all genres and in that spirit CapRadio Music is branching out to cover an even wider array of music. NPR is often the first source cited on press releases we get with the latest pop, rock, hip hop and folk records. With that in mind we’ve launched The Mod covering local musicians, new music and more. Think Blue Dog Jam and NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts.
Blues, folk, Americana and country come together in our roots music blog Harmoniker. Donna Apidone brings us her review of Galladriel Allman’s book about her famous father, and we go back to present Mick Martin’s interview with blues legend and harp mentor Norton Buffalo.
This site is to be an extension of what you hear on-air. Of course it comes with all the features that make it a website (archived shows, links to stories, easy ways to share the content and support the station) but it’s also an extension of the passion for music by our hosts and contributors. Click around and let us know what you think.
The CapRadio Music Team