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Maple Hill Cemetery sustained major damage during this month's storms
Huntsville Pilgrimage Association
The organization sponsors the annual Maple Hill Cemetery Stroll
Valley Sounds is a weekly spotlight on original music created and performed Huntsville and the Tennessee Valley.
HUNTSVILLE WEATHER
This free speaker series in partnership with The Orion Amphitheater celebrates art, culture and self-expression! In recognition of May as Mental Health Awareness Month, this show explores the intersection of art and mental health ... now rescheduled for May 28th 6-8pm.
WLRH is proud to partner with The Cigar Box Guitar Store for the world’s longest running cigar box guitar festival May 30th - June 2nd. The Festival raises money for Arts Huntsville’s Creative Launchpad and the Microwave Dave Music Education Foundation. Complete details at CigarBoxGuitarFestival.com.  
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  • New contributor Maureen Perkins warns us of "The Horror Ahead".
  • In recognition of Memorial Day, this edition of Brass, Reeds, and Percussion features somber and contemplative music. In particular, this edition features the music of Robert Jager written for and performed by U.S. military bands. For many years, Jager was a professor of music at nearby Tennessee Technical University in Cookeville, TN. From 1962 to 1965, he was an arranger and composer for the U.S. Navy’s Armed Forces School of Music. He received his B.A. from the University of Michigan in 1968. He is the only three-time winner of the Ostwald Composition Award of the American Bandmasters Association. He has over 150 works to his credit, including works for band, orchestra, chorus, and various chamber combinations.
  • In this episode, we review the biggest news stories of the week, get a wrap up of the legislative session, check out the weekend's live music scene and our featured artist is The Otis Walker Band.
  • Catch up on the week's biggest stories about people, places, events and activities happening in Huntsville and the Tennessee Valley.