Clarke Bustard, producer of Letter V: the Virginia Classical Music Blog, explores 1,000 years of classical music, from medieval to post-modern, sampling the latest classical recordings as well as old favorites, with special emphasis on musicians from Virginia. Each show spotlights a selection of the week’s live classical events in Richmond, around Virginia and in the Washington area, from Letter V’s monthly calendar. Come see the blog at Letter V.
Bringing comedy and music together, Milk Radio ties in elements of an ordinary radio station with a comedy talk show. On Milk Radio a range of unorthodox guests frequently come on to talk about anything and everything as well as jam out to the music.
The Loblolly Pine Show brings you an eclectic mix of yesterday, today, and tomorrow’s Indie Rock, Garage Psych, Soul, Funk, Dance, World, & Pop. Frequent theme show forays into Reggae, Halloween sounds, Neil Young, and New Orleans sounds are to be expected and anticipated. Thirty-two years and counting (!!!) behind the console stands for something and that something is a great musical experience not to be missed – ever!!!!! Come Help Me Lay the Lumber!
Mixing music with literary recommendations to fulfill my purpose as a musical bibliophile. Each week brings a fresh selection of poetry and prose readings with a healthy dose of unsolicited literary advice. The Library’s format is essentially: if you like that, then you’ll probably like this… I’m playing the role of a sophisticated algorithm, bringing you shows themed around the content, structure, and imagery of famous bodies of work. Previous shows have featured works by E. E. Cummings, Susan Sontag, Roxanne Gay, Percy Shelley, Rupi Kaur, and many more.