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The Balcony Show Play of the Day: Mon., Apr. 8

You’re at the cusp of another week, so let’s start it the right way: with a fresh Play of the Day from our friends in radio, The Balcony Show.

We have a feeling that what’s after the jump will help you get through just fine…

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Kara Frazier’s ‘Seven Ages’ a Release Worth Celebrating

Kara Frazier is making quite a name for herself in Nashville. The Jacksonville, Florida native has spent a good deal of time in Nashville with GRAMMY-winning songwriter and producer Shannon Sanders, who is known for his work with the likes of John Legend, India Arie, and P!nk.

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‘Better Late Than Never’: Shane Reimer and Them Spicy Boize EP Worth the Wait

One of the wonderful things about the internet is you can span the globe in your search for great new music and still keep your finger on the pulse of your roots. Lately, there has been some pretty special music coming right from home in eastern Pennsylvania.

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Cubbage Covers The 1975

2019 figures to be a big year for Pennsylvania pop-soul-jazz outfit Cubbage. The band — led by the introspective songwriting and always-smooth, versatile vocal abilities of Anthony Cubbage — has new music on the horizon, and is never shy when it comes to rolling out their favorite modern covers.

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