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Uniquely Musical

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With unexpected stories from around the region, this episode tunes into some unique musical happenings. Featured stories include iconic Vermont radio host Joel Najman, Les Muses - a Montreal school for disabled performers, a honky tonkin' profile of Vermont's Starline Rhythm Boys and a singing pizza chef from Essex, Vt. Renowned DJ Craig Mitchell is guest host.


 

Segments

Joel Najman
Singing Pizza Chef
Les Muses
Starline Rhythm Boys:
Reel U: Sophia Willinger, Champlain College

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