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Catch new on demand listening opportunities all gathered here.  Live at EXT sessions, 518 Sessions and various interviews will all land here as well as on their associated program pages.

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Florida's rising young blues fireball drops by our studio playing a $25 Salvation Army guitar - barefoot Selwyn talks with Dave Michaels about the ripple effect of discovering Jimi Hendrix for the first time, to seeing Buddy Guy in concert, being mentored by the self-proclaimed "Disciple of the Blues" Sonny Rhodes to the suprise of having Keb' Mo' call out his name aboard a Blues Cruise!

The Kamikaze Hearts circa 2017
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Ten years ago, on 07-07-07, WEXT began its quest to leave regular radio behind.  When you joined us on the journey on that fateful day, the first song you heard was by a great Local 518 band known as The Kamikaze Hearts.  We chose to play their song "Ash Wednesday" as the first song - it was to signify that local music and the musicians who create it was paramount to our mission. It still is - ten years later!

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He's a writer, producer, performer, musician, lion tamer and phlebotomist.  Okay maybe not the last two, but Sandy McKnight is certainly an entertaining jack-of-all-trades!  Sandy dropped by to play some songs and talk about his music projects, tv show and upcoming shows.

Keep up with Sandy at his website.

MaryLeigh Roohan
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Local 518 MaryLeigh Roohan is working on a new album headed our way in 2018. She's playing at Caffe Lena on June 25th.  If you can make it to the show, you will get a preview CD with songs that are still in progress on their way to the album.

Make sure you return for some cool videos of the songs she plays in the session.

For more information about the show at Caffe Lena, click here.

Martin Sexton
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Syracuse native, and a veteran of playing the streets of Boston, Martin Sexton dropped by and talked a little about his experiences being on the ground with his transient, commuter audiences.  And he sang songs and talk about his album "Mixtape of the Open Road."

Dale and Ray
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Dale Watson and Ray Benson have known each other for decades.  The two Texas Troubadours have criss-crossed the country and each other's paths through the years. Both have thought that they should eventually sit down to make music together.  Well, they did! The result is the new album "Dale & Ray."

After they performed a show at The Egg, the two sat down in an early morning session with Chris Wienk.  Discussion ran the gamut from music, to their friendship, and of course the beloved tour bus.

The Suitcase Junket
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Matt Lorenz a.k.a. The Suitcase Junket  stopped by to play tunes from his Signature Sounds debut, Pile Driver. Matt played with his full set-up, bone box and all! He talked about the new record, the pros and cons of being a one man band, and why the world needs more righteous women.

Check out videos of the songs below the audio of the full session.

KT Tunstall
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Singer-songwriter, KT Tunstall stopped by to play a few songs and talk about her latest endeavor, "Kin."  Enjoy!

Artist

Ryan Montbleau has been an acclaimed singer, songwriter, and bandleader for more than a decade, but with his new album I Was Just Leaving, the New England-based artist has truly arrived. Contemplative and richly emotive, the album offers a glimpse into the often-lonesome life of the relentlessly traveling troubadour, a strikingly single-minded existence too often clouded by the blur of constant motion.

Anti- Records

Our very good friend and acclaimed Local 518 singer-songwriter Sean Rowe dropped by to catch up and talk about his journey of recording a new album (NEW LORE out 4/8 on Anti- Records), what it means to be an independent artist and much, much more. 

Armed only with two amps, a pedal board, one weathered six-string guitar and his unmistakable baritone voice, Sean treated us to two new songs and a Leonard Cohen cover!   

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