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Grateful Dead and Phriends Playlist 6/22/24

Marc Smith and Ed Monde have hosted The Grateful Dead & Phriends for a long time, but love every minute of it. Marc and Ed are both diehard fans of Phish, Grateful Dead, Aquarium Rescue Unit, Umphreys McGee, Les Claypool, Widespread Panic, the Charlottesville music scene and many more. Please join the Grateful Dead and Phriends with Marc Smith and Ed Monde every Saturday from 9 a.m. – noon.

Les Temps Perdu Playlist 6/23/24

On Sundays from 12-2 p.m. Drew, Dan, and Mike practice indie-rock archaeology as co-hosts of Les Temps Perdu. Tune in for two hours of old-school glam, punk, new wave, alternative, grunge, and indie-rock from the 70s through the mid-90s.

Eric Slick on World Cafe

On his new album, Eric Slick wanted to break his own self-imposed rules about what his music should or shouldn’t sound like. The resulting album, called New Age Rage, is ten tracks of pure, unadulterated fun. On the next World Cafe, the longtime drummer of Dr. Dog joins us to talk about letting his personality shine through on his new solo album, finding inspiration in cheesy 80s movies, and drumming for Taylor Swift.

Community Connection: Shenandoah Valley Art Center

Shenandoah Valley Art Center is a nonprofit community art center in Waynesboro featuring exhibits, open artist studios, classes, and workshops. They’re now showing work from their members and contemporary cloth constructions from Susan Lapham.

More about exhibits, ongoing yoga and movement classes and upcoming events at svacart.com

Shenandoah Valley Art Center is a proud financial supporter of WNRN.

Community Connection: Valley Hope Counseling Center

Valley Hope Counseling Center is a nonprofit agency in Waynesboro offering professional outpatient counseling services. They aim to provide affordable, quality mental health care to community members of any gender, race, religion or income. Their counselors work with clients to address a wide range of mental health and emotional stress issues.

To learn more about their services and how they can help, additional information is available online at valleyhopecc.org or by phone at 540-941-8933. With hope, tomorrow can be better.