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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Tah-Dum! "Year Three" Begins!

Thanks to everyone who came out last night to join us at Mike's Place to celebrate our Second birthday! A fantastic time was had by all ... and now, it's the Day After, the beginning of Year Three on Radio Free Nachlaot .

As Steve likes to say: It's all about the Day After: What are you bringing forward from your highest high?

As for us, we're bringing forward more great stuff, just for you!

Tuesday 6pm: Benzion Eliyahu Lehrer's series "Developing Your Neshama Through the Jewish Year" continues live from Jerusalem - tonight's the night folks, we've been waiting for - "Vav Kislev," find out why this date is so important in the "two sides of the Jewish Year" idea - we're at Mattan Torah on the side of the year of thought - you've got to hear it to get it folks, so tune in at 6pm!

7pm: HOMEGROWN HOUR - all the best music that YOU send us to play! If you've got some great tunes you want us to hear and to share with our audience, send them to us at : - and join us for the HOMEGROWN HOUR 7pm Tuesday night!

8pm: THE NEWGRASS/BLUEGRASS SHOW - Sharing the best of Bluegrass, both classic and modern! This show will get you hoppin' happy and rev you up for what comes next ....

9pm: Steve Levine's "That's Rock 'N' Roll" Show - Showcasing the best rock 'n' roll and featuring Steve's R&R Foundation Album of the Week - what will it be? You'll have to listen to find out!

... and lest we forget, it's George Harrison's 10th Yartzeit today (has it really been 10 years???) We're playing George's "All Things Must Pass" album starting about 4:15 this afternoon to kick off our great evening programming block. 

We miss you George. Maybe it's true that all things must pass, but what never passes is love, and music.

"And in the end / The love you take / Is equal to the love you make."

Terrible twos? Terrific Tuesdays! Mamash!