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Show of the Week
The Rock and Roll Doctor
Wednesdays from 10am-1pm
us every Wednesday as we welcome the Rock and Roll Doctor back
to the airwaves with her musical elixir!
HomeGrownRadioNJ Music Memorabilia Auction
we approach our 12th anniversary, HomeGrownRadioNJ is diving
into uncharted waters with our first foray into the world of
rock and roll memorabilia. HGRNJ has accumulated authentic
guitars, posters, photographs, recordings, and other items signed
by members of the Vanilla Fudge and the great Les Paul himself.
are some of the items we have for auction:
Guitar signed by the Vince
American Flag Guitar signed by
Blue guitar - Signed by Les Paul
Framed Fillmore West 1968/1969 New Year's Eve Concert
Poster - Signed by members of
Original Rolling Stones 1974 New York Premiere Movie
Poster - Ladies & Gentlemen, The Rolling Stones
the full list of available items
items are being added all the time!
Friday In House Concerts
In case you missed it, here is our October First Friday In House
featuring Leny Nigro, Meg Beattie, Michael Williams, Charles and
Wallace from the Atlanta Cafe Band, Blood Orange, and Jerry The
Relive past First Friday In House concerts here.
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years and 17,000 shows of Free Form, Homegrown Radio!
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is HomeGrownRadioNJ.org" (Jay Lustig, www.NJArts.net)
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(Lenny Bloch, DJ, 101.1 WCBS-FM)
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globe. Everything from Mozart and Zappa to Ellington,
the Grateful Dead, and spotlights on new and local artists. From
such a democratic outlet comes a local movement of finding new
artists to highlight and promote.
(Brian Campbell, "Home
Grown and the Democratization of Music" - New Jersey