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Harris and Don of Darlingside
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Darlingside Announce "Extralife" to Arrive February 23

Harris Paseltiner and Don Mitchell of Darlingside dropped by to talk with Chris Wienk about the new album they have coming in 2018. Also brought up was the topic of Chris joining the band and being chief guitar holder

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YES Featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Rick Wakeman
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YES Featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Rick Wakeman

October 5 at The Palace Theatre

Get tickets at the Palace Theatre website

Alyssa Rose
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One of our recent discoveries has been a singer songwriter from the Syracuse area by the name of Alyssa Rose.  She's recently released her new EP of songs called "Tumbleweed."  Here's a chance to hear what she's all about in a new Live @ EXT session.

KTG's Last Day with The Gang
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On January 3rd, 2011, KTG walked through the doors of WMHT. She came to work for the station as the person who would take care of the back office administrative work that would support what we do on the air on WMHT-FM and WEXT-FM.  As she was starting, we learned she had been a DJ for a station like WEXT before.  That was when we presented to her the opportunity to be the evening DJ for Exit 97.7, WEXT. 

Valerie June
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Hold on to your boots! Valerie June is coming to The Egg Performing Arts Center thanks to DSP Shows and WEXT. 

 

FEBRUARY 7! Tickets on sale now.

 

Get tickets at The Egg website.

 

Click the DONATE button to support WEXT and get a pair of tickets to see Valerie June. 

 

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His birthdate puts him squarely in the middle of Generation X, but Greg Klyma is an old-school troubadour. His enduring themes, articulate and amusing stories, and populist ideals make him one of those rare young artists who is carrying the torch of Woody and Ramblin' Jack.

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Todd Schaeffer of Railroad Earth
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October 6 at The Hollow

Ben Sollee & the Kentucky Native
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SLP presents Ben Sollee and the Kentucky Native on Wednesday, September 27th at The Hollow.  Tickets and more at the SLP website

Enter to win tickets by sending email with this link.

Jeff Brisbin
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Saratoga Springs musician, Local 518 Jeff Brisbin has released his latest album - a labor of love for sure. It's called "Foreverly." He joined us to talk about the genesis of the album, play a few songs, and share some good times.

Amy Helm
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The Massry Center at the College of St. Rose presents singer-songwriter, Amy Helm, the daughter of The Band’s, Levon Helm, on Saturday, October 7th at 8pm

Tickets and information at The Massry Center's website.

Enter to win tickets with this link.

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I'm so happy to share our latest session with David Crosby. He made me howl with laughter, he's got so much heart, and he was truly generous in sharing his stories. Crosby is here to talk about his new album, Sky Trails, which features some of his contemporary collaborators — Becca Stevens, Michelle Willis, Mai Agan, and Michael League of Snarky Puppy. But we covered a lot of ground on Crosby's formative cronies, too, including The Byrds, Crosby Stills & Nash, Miles Davis, Jackson Browne and Joni Mitchell.

Willie Watson feels his way through America's musical history by sliding an old bottleneck against the strings of his acoustic guitar. He finds it in the grain of his own voice, cultivated over 20 years of singing old songs his own way. First as a founding member of Old Crow Medicine Show and now in his own solo career, Watson has brought folk-based roots music alive for new listeners in the 21st century.

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