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March 2013

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Homegrown Music is WVIA-FM's exclusive series which each week showcases the talents of regional contemporary music artists in recordings produced in the WVIA-FM studios by series host George Graham and is broadcast Tuesdays at 9:00 PM. Further information on Homegrown Music may be obtained via the World Wide Web at http://homegrownmusic.info and http://www.wvia.org/radio/wvia-fm-programs/homegrown-music

Mar. 5 Kris Kehr. A long-time Homegrown Music veteran who has appeared solo and with several groups including Pavlov's Dawgs, MiZ, and the Stone Poets, Kris Kehr is heard in a solo session from 2012 with a set of first-rate original rootsy, folk-influenced songs. This acoustic session features Kehr as a multi-instrumentalist on various string instruments from guitar to baritone mandolin. (Encore)

Kris Kehr
Kris Kehr

And the Moneynotes
And the Moneynotes in the studio for Homegrown Music

Mar. 12 And the Moneynotes. This large group from the Scranton area has been doing a fun mixture of folk, old-time, rock and a lot of other genres in the context of their original music. With Mumford and Sons having won a Grammy Award for a similar style, Homegrown Music presents this 2009 encore of And the Moneynotes recorded well before Mumford and Sons made their debut. (Encore)

Mar. 19 Three Imaginary Boys. A first-rate young rock trio from Northeastern Pennsylvania, Three Imaginary Boys have collectively and as individual members released several critically-praised albums. They make their Homegrown Music debut with a nice collection of their original music, highlighting their strong writing and tight musicianship.

Three Imaginary Boys
Three Imaginary Boys in the control room at the WVIA studios. Left to right: Rob Husty, Tim Husty, Michael Wintermute

Plus 3
Plus 3 at a Homegrown Music Concert
Mar. 26 Plus 3. From the Homegrown Music archive comes this 2003 series debut of an outstanding melodic rock band from the Wyoming Valley. The group is still occasionally active, and this session shows the band in fine form. (Encore)

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