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  • #401: Homegrown Music 25th Anniversary Concert Homegrown Music began as a weekly radio series on WVIA in 1976. In the fall of 2001, a number of artists who have been appearing on the series for 25 years got together for a musical celebration of Homegrown Music. Guests included George Wesley, Tim McGurl, Cat & the Fiddle, Leo Schott and Don Shappelle. (Recorded 12/10/2001)
  • #402: Second Left (recorded 5/15/2001)
  • #403: Steve Brosky (recorded 5/21/2001) and Pete Palladino (recorded 3/27/2001)
  • #404: Bent Blue (recorded 3/19/2002) and Porter (recorded 2/12/2002)
  • #405: Doug Smith's Dixieland All-Stars (recorded 4/17/2001)
  • #406: The Cellarbirds (recorded 6/26/2001) and Jabberpony (recorded 5/21/2002)
  • #407: David Cullen (recorded 5/15/2001) and The WIlkins & Allen Quartet (recorded 4/17/2001)
  • #408: The Alice Project (recorded 1/22/2002)
  • #409: Erik Balkey (recorded 3/19/2002) and the Fish Altieri Duo (recorded 1/22/2002)
  • #410: Cropduster Artists, including Amanda ThorpeBob Perry Band and Stephanie Seymour & Birdy (recorded 11/16/2000)
  • #411: John Train (recorded 6/25/2002) and Gladshot (recorded 6/25/2002)
  • #412: New Gathering of Singer-Songwriters with Bret AlexanderLee FeldmanToo Human andDon Shappelle (recorded 2/13/2001)
  • #413: Ron Sunshine with the George Gee Big Band(recorded 7/30/2002)
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