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Arts and Entertainment

'Close To Home' Local-Music Radio Program Debuts On 98.7

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A new local-centric radio program, Close To Home (C2H) debuted last night at 11:00 on 98.7 FM. The show will air every Monday from 11:00 p.m.-Midnight.

CLOSE TO HOME is not just a local music show, it is an all-encompassing music program that includes an on-air local music show, local music events and promotion, and a website focused on emerging talent, with content created and supported by the most influential and knowledgable people in the music industry.

Show #1 was was curated by 98.7's JJ Corsini, Kevin Bronson of BUZZBANDS, EMI's Michael Howe, and Steven and Collin from Vanaprasta. Other program contributors include Jennifer Tefft of The Satellite, Chop Shop's Alex Patsavas, and Roxy royalty, Nic Adler.

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