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The Come Up – Y.K. Supe

The Come Up returns! Huntsville Native Translee stopped by the studio on his way through town to share about his musical journey, where he finds inspiration, and of course, his hottest 16 bars!

Alex Tries – Taco Tuesday

One this episode of Alex Tries, Alex adventures to the Downtown Huntsville Craft Coffee Trail and gets real, real caffeinated with Offbeat Coffee, Honest Coffee, Piper and Leaf, Olde Towne Coffee Shoppe, and Sugar Belle.

The Come Up – Yung City & Papi

The Come Up talks with Yung City & Papi about their joint collaboration album Timeless, these two MCs spit the tightest bars and Lloyd G gives you the hottest local tracks on The Wave Report.

Alex Tries – Downtown Huntsville Craft Coffee Trail

One this episode of Alex Tries, Alex adventures to the Downtown Huntsville Craft Coffee Trail and gets real, real caffeinated with Offbeat Coffee, Honest Coffee, Piper and Leaf, Olde Towne Coffee Shoppe, and Sugar Belle.

Eighty-Sixed – Chef Ruth – Ginataan Chicken Adobo

Chef Ruth, head chef at The Lumberyard in Huntsville, invites Eighty-Sixed into her kitchen to share a family recipe Ginataan Chicken Adobo.

The Fret Shop Sessions – The Plymouth Satellites

The Go-Go Killers play The Fret Shop Sessions!

The Fret Shop Sessions are local bands playing a few songs at the longest running strong shop in Huntsville. Songs are graciously and professionally recorded and mixed by Mark Torstenson, the owner of the Fret Shop.

The Fret Shop Sessions – The Blank Regeneration

The Blank Regeneration play The Fret Shop Sessions!

The Fret Shop Sessions are local bands playing a few songs at the longest running strong shop in Huntsville. Songs are graciously and professionally recorded and mixed by Mark Torstenson, the owner of the Fret Shop.

The Fret Shop Sessions – Jonny and the Black Frames

Jonny and the Black Frames play The Fret Shop Sessions!

The Fret Shop Sessions are local bands playing a few songs at the longest running strong shop in Huntsville. Songs are graciously and professionally recorded and mixed by Mark Torstenson, the owner of the Fret Shop.

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