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Finn's Revolution playlist for 10/08/2013

PAT IRWIN of legendary downtown hipsters THE RAYBEATS joins me at 7! http://www.patirwinmusic.com Then TJ & ALEX from LI band ECHO SONIC give us a preview of their new CD and upcoming gigs! http://www.reverbnation.com/echosonic

Flood Radio playlist for 10/08/2013

Metal, Rock, Alternative, Classic Rock, Hip-Hop, Ambient, Progressive...willing to play most anything so call in a request!

Purple Starlight playlist for 10/07/2013

Currently alternating with the Spin Zone on monday mornings midnight- 3am.

Purple Starlight playlist for 10/07/2013

currently alternating with the Spin Zone Monday mornings midnight - 3am.

Soul Glo Bistro playlist for 10/07/2013

IN THE MOOD MONDAYS FEATURING THE BEST IN SLOW JAMS AND SMOOTH MUSIC. HOSTED BY WAYNE

Jazz On The Air playlist for 10/06/2013

"What is Hip" today...
"Ramblin'", "Rank and File", "Fire and Brimstone"..."Making it up as we go Along"..
..playlist slightly out of order..

Nightmare Aquarium playlist for 10/06/2013

That time I had traecheitis #SteroidUse

Polka Express playlist for 10/06/2013

N B L No Band Listed

Down Home Country playlist for 10/06/2013

Debbie hosted a conversation with Karen Finkenberg who is active in many local music presentation organizaions

Bob Duffy playlist for 10/05/2013

Bob Longman, sub

Sam Taylor's Blues playlist for 10/04/2013

Mark Klein's Fri.morning
Blues Warehouse (8-10am)est.
www.liblues.com

Whatever Floats Yer Boat playlist for 10/04/2013

The Long Island Nature Conservancy needs volunteers hardy enough to help load their boat and travel out on The Great South Bay to seed the bay bottom with clams.
In the past three years, their Shellfish Restoration Program has restocked the bay with over 7,000,000 cherrystone clams in places where they are most likely to spawn.

The hope is that if we can reintroduce these filter feeders to the bay, we can begin to clean it through natural means. Similar efforts are being tried in The Chesapeake Bay and New York harbor with oysters.

In 1976, 40% of the bay water was filtered by clams each day. Today, due to over harvesting and water pollution, that percentage is negligible and the Great South Bay is on life support.

If you can make it then to The West Sayville Boat Basin (at the end of Atlantic Avenue) Wed, Thurs, Fri of this week starting 9 and running to 2, then throughout the fall, weather permitting, Please email Chris Clapp at The Nature Conservancy at cclapp@tnc.org or phone him at

(631) 329-7689 Ext. 18 (Phone)
(631) 338-1966 (Mobile)

Lunchtime playlist for 10/04/2013

Friday 10am to Noon