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February 2024

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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/local/homegrown-music/

Feb 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. (Rescheduled from January 23)
Jocelyn and Chris Arndt
Jocelyn and Chris Arndt (center) at WVIA in 2016
Feb. 13 A Homegrown Music Anthology of Love Songs. In honor of Valentine’s day, Homegrown Music producer George Graham assembles an eclectic collection of original songs by regional artists about love, from the romantic to the sardonic.
Feb. 20 A Homegrown Music Concert Encore with ALEXIS P. SUTER. One of the most dynamic blues singers on the scene, with her powerhouse vocals she describes as "bass baritone," Ms. Suter has become prominent on the national and international blues scenes. She is always a big hit at regional blues festivals. In early January 2016, she and her band put in a memorably fiery live Homegrown Music concert, with special guest pianist Dave Keyes. The full performance will be featured in this encore.
Alexis P. Suter
Alexis P. Suter and band performing live on WVIA-FM in 2016.
Feb 27 Zach Sprowls. Scranton-area pianist and composer Sprowls makes his Homegrown Music debut as a leader an all-new session with some creative instrumental music, accompanied by a string trio.
Zach Sprowls
Zach Sprowls (right) and the string trio at WVIA

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