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The Greatest “Classical Rock” Hits Of All-Time On “Radio Dave’s Liner Notes” – Sundays April 20 and April 27 from 5PM to 7PM

Most musicologists trace the roots of rock n' roll back to the blues, gospel, jazz, country and western, hillbilly, folk and pop music of the first half of the twentieth century. But for the next two Sundays from 5pm to 7pm at WSLR-LPFM, Radio Dave rolls back the clock even farther to uncover some truly prehistoric rocks – the classical influences on rock and roll dating back more than 200 years!

TED'S HEAD April 17th

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Special Guest: Wicked

Sound Apothecary's After-Wanee Special

Sound Apothecary is hosted by the lovely Mercedes with a focus on JamBands, funk, blues, rock and other doses of musical pleasure...alternating Tuesdays 7-9p.

Tuesday April 22nd's program is a "After-Wanee Special" which Mercedes will feature most all the bands who played at Wanee...  Tune in from 7-9pm for the memories!!!

Beginning Guitar with Ishmael Katz

There is still room in my ACE beginning guitar class. The class is on Wed. from 6-7:20pm starting April 23 thru May. 28. See these class descriptions, as well as the rest of the wide range of other class offerings at Visit the Facebook page as well for class and instructor highlights, photos of student artwork, and more. Call 941-361-6950 or stop in the office at SCTI’s main campus to register!

Dean Johanesen Stops By For Happy Hour

Sarasota singer-songwriter Dean Johanesen not only tells stories through music but seems to live them as well.  He is a veteran of the Suwanee Springfest  and SXSW Music Festivals.  Dean has opened for Robbie Krieger, Steve Forbert, John Waite and Howard Jones.  Tune into the Friday Happy Hour at 4 pm and catch this local musician with a national sound.

The Surreal News 9-10 am Friday 4/18/14

Fourteen years ago, Doris Haddock (left) known as Granny D walked across America in support of campaign finance reform. And with the Supreme Court rulings in the Citizens United and the recent McCutcheon cases never has campaign finance reform been needed more. Sarasotan Rhana Bazzini is joining Lew and Steve in the studio this week to talk about her planned trek, which is part of the Granny D Project, to Tallahassee and the importance of keeping elections about counting votes, not dollars.

Today's Tunes on Blues With The Velvet Hammer

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This Thursday on Truly Sustainable Sarasota

This Thursday, April 17th, from 9:00-10:00am, we'll be talking with WSLR Programming Committee Chair, Jason Boehk, about issues associated with Florida Power and Light's Smart Meters, and Susie Bowie, Director of Nonprofit Strategy for the Community Foundation of Sarasota County, about their upcoming Giving Partner Challenge.

stratosphere..april 16..9am to 10

Join hosts, Nancy and Andrea for a community oriented show to discuss Dignified Transportation for Seniors.  This program provides a sustainable solution to the transportation needs of seniors and the visually impaired. Later in the show Sondra Holmes, Coordinator for Community Impact, United Way, will join us to talk about the ReadingPals Program.

Maternally Yours: International Adoption

Join the Conversation on Tuesday, April 15th at 6:00pm ET as we wrap up our three part series on adoption with a look at the process, the politics, and the parenting that goes along with adopting internationally. We will be joined by local adoptive parents Nick DiLorenzo and Tara Eschenbach, and hear a pre-recorded interview with Kathryn Joyce, author of The Child Catchers: Rescue, Trafficking and The New Gospel. Have a question for our hosts or guests?


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