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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 and Saturdays at 6 PM on WVIA-HD2. Further information on Homegrown Music may be obtained via the World Wide Web at http://homegrownmusic.info and http://www.wvia.org/radio/local/homegrown-music/

July 6 Jocelyn & Chris Arndt. A popular national blues-rock group led by siblings, the group put in a memorable studio session in 2016 as well as a live Homegrown Music concert. This is an encore of their debut studio session.
Jocelyn and Chris Arndt
Jocelyn and Chris Arndt and band at WVIA in 2016.
July 13 Asparagus Sunshine. From the Homegrown Music archive comes this 1978 session by the popular and well-loved jazz-rock fusion quintet who were staples of the Poconos Jazz scene, and played at the first Delaware Water Gap Celebration of the Arts that same year. Sadly three of the members are no longer with us, but their music lives on in this memorable session.
Asparagus Sunshine
Asparagus Sunshine at the Delaware Water Gap Celebration of the Arts in 1979.
July 20 Tony DeMarco. A traditional-Irish-style fiddler who released an album on Smithsonian Folkways Records, DeMarco is joined by musicians from both sides of the Atlantic in this live Homegrown Music concert performance from 2008.
Tony DeMarco
Tony DeMarco (on fiddle) and group performing live on WVIA in 2008.
July 27 Alien Red. A Northeastern PA rock band who achieved some national success, Alien Red put in a Homegrown Music studio session in 2007 after the release of their eponymous second album. Their original music, featuring vocalist Aaron Brown is featured.
Alien Red
Alien Red at WVIA in 2007

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