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New My Exit DJ Shows (Feb-Apr 2018)

We've been busy since the holidays recording and producing a bunch of new My Exit shows. My Exit is where the listener is the DJ. Would you like to be a My Exit DJ? Click here to send email . Here's the schedule of the upcoming My Exit programs. 2/19 John Schaefer
Media & marketing guru, and former pop and college radio DJ, John Schaefer, picked an eclectic array of songs that have meant a lot to him as he rediscovers his passion for finding new music.

2/26 Julie Lomoe...

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The City of Albany

The City of Albany presents the 68th Annual Albany Tulip Festival on Saturday, May 7 and Sunday, May 8 in Washington Park!

Amy Helm
Artist

Guthrie/Bell Productions Presents :

Amy Helm
w/s/g Connor Kennedy and the Minstrel
The Cohoes Music Hall

Fri. April 22 , 2016

One-Hit Wonders
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So, you’re looking for the list. Here it is!

100 Best One Hit Wonders (pdf)

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One-Hit Wonders Week

Mar 17, 2016
One-Hit Wonders
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From March 11th through the 18th, we will celebrate the biggest one-hit wonders of the ages.  We’ll start with the first charted rock and roll songs and come right up to within the past few years. We decided to hold off on ones from 2010 forward as we’re not sure the artist is done just yet.  The artist might still have another hit.

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