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Dead Air with Cory Daniels on WRWO 94,5 FM - May 27, 2022 

The Tapes. . . 

Beyond Description. . . 

We get into the St. Louis box set, the Europe '72 box set, Chicago blues, and more Europe '72. 

We get into Dave's Picks 42! We hear music from the newest release from the band's vault! 

The Jerry Garcia vault has been opened once again for GarciaLive Volume 18: November 2nd, 1974 Keystone Berkeley, a live archival release featuring the full, two-set Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders concert. GarciaLive Volume 18 is due out June 10. 

The Set List. . . 

Big Railroad Blues 4:12 
1971-12/10 FOX THEATRE, St. Louis, Missouri 
Fox Theatre, St. Louis, MO (12/10/71) 

Sing Me Back Home 11:01 
1972-05/26 LYCEUM THEATRE, London 
Europe '72 Vol. 2 

Tore Up Over You 13:08 
1976-11/07 KEYSTONE BERKELEY, Berkeley, California 
GarciaLive Vol. 17 

China Cat Sunflower → 8:50 
I Know You Rider 6:05 
1974-02/22 WINTERLAND, San Francisco, California 
Dave's Picks Vol. 42 2022 Bonus Disc

Dead Air with Cory Daniels on WRWO 94,5 FM - May 6 2022 

Beyond Description. .  . 

We get pumped for Dave's Picks 42! We hear music from the same run of shows at the Winterland in '74. 

The Jerry Garcia vault has been opened once again for GarciaLive Volume 18: November 2nd, 1974 Keystone Berkeley, a live archival release featuring the full, two-set Jerry Garcia & Merl Saunders concert. GarciaLive Volume 18 is due out June 10. 

Rick Turner joined the Great Jam In The Sky. .  . 
Turner got his start with the Dead by inlaying one of Phil Lesh’s bass guitars. He traveled with the band on several tours, innovating concert sound by placing the PA system behind the band — this approach evolved into the Wall of Sound. 
The PA system had McIntosh power amps pushing 125,000 watts through 450 drivers. It was the largest sound system at the time – about three stories high, and was noted for its engineering breakthroughs that promised to project an acceptable quality of sound for more than 400 meters.Turner said he walked a mile away from the Wall of Sound and the sound remained perfect. “People, to this day, will say it’s the best live sound they’ve ever heard.” 

Premiere Guitar magazine dubbed him as “the father of boutique guitar building.” His designs often blurred the distinction between guitar making and art. Jerry's Pretzel Guitar was one such design, and was exhibited in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and New York City’s Museum of Art and Design. Rick Turner worked with Fleetwood Mac's bassist John McVie, which led to the work with guitarist Lindsey Buckingham. Turner would often serve as Buckingham’s guitar tech during the band’s Rumours sessions. 

In 1978, Turner began work on the Model 1 – an instrument that has become trademark with Buckingham and his unique fingerpicking style of playing. After appraising the initial plans, Buckingham registered his interest to buy the first one off the line, and a year later had one in his possession. If Buckingham’s new guitar didn’t exactly make Turner a household name like Gibson or Fender, it certainly piqued the interest of guitarists around the world, and Turner’s shop was off and strumming. 

In 1988 he served as President of Gibson Guitars Labs’ West Coast Research and Development division. 

Turner has worked with Jackson Browne, David Crosby, Led Zeppelin, The Who, Jefferson Airplane, and John Mayer. 

Rick Turner joined the Great Jam In The Sky at the age of 78 on April 17th 

The Set List. . . 

Brown-Eyed Women 5:26 
1974-02/24 WINTERLAND, San Francisco, California 
Dave's Picks Vol. 13 

After Midnight 12:25 
1976-11/07 KEYSTONE BERKELEY, Berkeley, California 
GarciaLive Vol. 17 

Looks Like Rain 8:51 
1977-05/26 BALTIMORE CIVIC CENTER, Baltimore, Maryland 
Dave's Picks Vol. 41 

Cumberland Blues 5:43 
1972-04/08 WEMBLEY EMPIRE POOL, London, England 
Europe '72 

Drifting Too Far From The Shore 5:29 
1987-12/05 WILTERN THEATRE, Los Angeles, California 
Ragged But Right 

Drifting Too Far From The Shore 5:35 
2020-03/12 studio release 
Spirit: A Loving Tribute To Jerry Garcia and The Spritual Songs He Performed 

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Dead Air with Cory Daniels on WRWO 94,5 FM - April 22 2022 

Beyond Description. . 

We talk with Howard F. Weiner (pronounced Why-ner) about his new book - "Europe '72 Revisited: 50th Anniversary of the Grateful Dead's Legendary Tour" and discuss the recently announced upcoming releases: 

LYCEUM 1972: THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS marks the Dead’s largest vinyl boxed set of all time, a 24-LP collection presenting the final four shows from the tour at London’s Lyceum Theatre in their entirety on 180-gram vinyl for the first time ($549.98). Limited to 4,000 copies, the set will be released on July 29 and is available now to pre-order exclusively from Dead.net for $549.98. 

LYCEUM THEATRE: MAY 26, 1972. This 4-CD set ($39.98) 

A newly remastered version of the original Europe ’72 album will also be available on July 29. EUROPE ’72 (50th ANNIVERSARY EDITION) arrives in 2-CD ($24.98), 3-LP ($69.98, 180-gram), streaming, and digital download versions. A special “Bozo Or Bolo” 3-LP version will see a special early release on June 3 

The Set List. . . 

Ramble On Rose 6:01 
1972-05/26 LYCEUM THEATRE, London 
What A Long Strange Trip It's Been: The Best Of The Grateful Dead 

Good Lovin' 18:40 
1972-04/24 RHEINEHALLE, Dusseldorf, West Germany 
Rockin' The Rhein With The Grateful Dead 

Greatest Story Ever Told 6:00 
1972-05/07 BICKERSHAW FESTIVAL, Wigan, England 
Steppin' Out With The Grateful Dead: Europe '72 

Playing In The Band 11:02 
1972-05/03 OLYMPIA THEATRE, Paris, France 
Europe '72: The Complete Recordings 

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Dead Air with Cory Daniels on WRWO 94,5 FM - April 15, 2022 

Beyond Description. . . 

We talk with last year's "Artist in Residence." Helen Kennedy was responsible for doing the artwork on Dave's Picks 37 through 40. There were a ton of cool easter eggs on each album: references to venues, cities, and special songs performed for the particular shows. 

Dave's Picks Vol. 37 - College of William & Mary 1978 
Dave's Picks Vol. 38 - Nassau 1973 (First time the band played the entire Weather Report Suite) 
Dave's Picks Vol. 39 - Philadelphia 1983 (First Dave's Picks album to feature the song "Shakedown Street" 
Dave's Picks Vol. 40 - Noblesville 1990 

The Set List. . . 
Brown-Eyed Women 6:50 
1990-07/18 DEER CREEK MUSIC CENTER, Noblesville, Indiana 
Dave's Picks Vol. 40 

Shakedown Street 14:19 
1983-04/26 THE SPECTRUM, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Dave's Picks Vol. 39 

Weather Report Suite 15:00 
1973-09/08 NASSAU VETERANS MEMORIAL COLISEUM, Uniondale, New York 
Dave's Picks Vol. 38 

Deal 7:15 
1978-04/15 WILLIAM & MARY HALL - COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY, Williamsburg, Virginia 
Dave's Picks Vol. 37

Catching A Wave With Jammin' James Riley April 9, 2022 on WRWO 94.5 FM 

The Wheel Of Fun, Fun, Fun returns this hour with randomly selected covers of The Beach Boys by Dave Alvin, Alexis Cunningham and Christian Love!  We pay tribute to Dallas Wood of The Sadies who passed away Feb. 17 at 48 years old.  Beth Riley has a great track from The Beach Boys in her Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break, we have a "wind" themed trio of tunes from Cameronoise, Danny Amis & Twin Tones and The Ventures and we drop a coin in the Jammin' James Jukebox to hear our selection of the week.  Plus, we pack in rockers from The Grip Weeds, Mario Monterosso, Stories From Shamehill, Danny B. Harvey, The Explorers Club, The Courettes, Les Robots and Radioactive Electric Eel Factory!

Wandering Minstrels  with host Jared Ingersol on WRWO 94.5 FM Sunday April 8, 2022 

Darlingside - Ocean Bed 
Tori Amos - Speaking With Trees 
Robert Plant and Alison Krauss - High and Lonesome 
Toad the Wet Sprocket - Transient Whales 
H.C. McEntire - High Rise 

Jon Batiste - Cry 
Sarah Jarosz - Morning 
Billy Strings - Love and Regret 
The Blind Boys of Alabama - I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free (feat. Bela Fleck) 
Rhiannon Giddens - Avalon (feat. Francesco Turrisi)  

Alison Russell - Persephone 
Madison Cunningham - The Age of Worry 
John Hiatt and Jerry Douglas - Light of the Burning Sun 
Bela Fleck & Friends - Hug Point 

Floydianslip with Craig Bailey Friday at 10:00 PM on WRWO 94.5 FM 

Craig Bailey has worked on-the-air since 1985 and has produced and hosted "Floydian Slip" for nearly as long. With more than 1,300 episodes under his belt, he's recognized as a de facto expert on Pink Floyd. 

He and his show have received attention in — or acted as a resource for — media as diverse as Billboard, VH1, The Dallas Morning News, MacFormat, Yahoo! Music, Relix, and The Ottawa Citizen. 

He was featured in "Pink Floyd: Album by Album" by Martin Popoff, published in 2018; and was quoted in the book "Reinventing Pink Floyd: From Syd Barrett to The Dark Side of the Moon" by Bill Kopp. He also wrote the foreword to "Speak to Me: The Legacy of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon," edited by Russell Reising and published in 2006.

Radio Medium Laura Lee on WRWO 94.5 FM  

Radio Medium Laura Lee  
Tune into spirit Monday through Friday at 8 am 

Tune into spirit with Radio Medium Laura Lee for insight, guidance and answers. Each week, Laura Lee invites special guest to connect with the other side. Each week, she invites special guest to connect with the other side. A gifted spiritual medium, Laura taps into realms to address guest concerns. Her readings dispel fear and inspire hope to live life fully.   

Laura Lee hosted show Spirit Salon and Zodiac Girls broadcasted on CBS Radio, coast-to-coast, from Detroit’s WOMC, Boston’s WMBX, Seattle’s 

KMPS, and Pittsburgh WDSY stations. She co-hosted LA’s KBIG Angels in Waiting, California’s KOST After Life Radio Show and Bloomington’s MAGIC Morning show connecting callers to their loved ones. Laura’s talent was featured on FOX, NBC, DISCOVERY CHANNEL, TLC, CBS and GAIA. 

Sign up to be a special guest on RadioMediumLauraLee.com

Boppin' with Beth on WRWO 94.5 FM April 8, 2022 

American singer-songwriter Livingston Taylor is the "Focus Beam" artist this week! We'll hear about his over 5 decade long career in the music business and over 3 decade long career as a professor. Plus, we'll hear tunes from influences including Ray Charles, Woody Guthrie, The Kingston Trio, Ike & Tina Turner, Bobby "Blue" Bland and Dionne Warwick. Liv is the guest in "Beth's Lightning Round". Jammin' James Riley has an early Link Wray tune in Rockabilly Rewind. Plus, there's also a tune from Liv's sister Kate Taylor and his brother James Taylor closes the show with Liv's favorite song from JT's collection!

Previous events

Live Stream featuring "Amber Kay" on Facebook Here And Again, Inc.

Live Stream featuring "Amber Kay" on Facebook Here And Again, Inc. from Wallace Hall , 813 La Salle St Back Entrance Upstairs, Ottawa, IL 61350

Welcome and hello, I am John Maltas, one of the volunteers at Here and Again Inc. Tonight's (May 11 2020 ) event comes to you from Wallace Hall in the WRWO 94.5 FM (low power) radio studios in downtown Ottawa, Illinois. It is up to all of us to slow the spread of COVID-19. Everyone, including young and healthy people, should avoid large gatherings during this time. We hope you enjoy this streaming event. Here and Again Inc. is a 501 C3 nonprofit organization dedicated to arts, entertainment, and education. We broadcast WRWO 94.5 FM Ottawa Community radio from Wallace Hall in downtown Ottawa, Illinois. Tonight's event is a way for us to give some musical relief during this pandemic. If you would like to be our guest to play an instrument or sing, contact us on our Facebook page or website, and we will be in contact with you. This Monday night May 11, 2020 @ Wallace Hall Band “Amber Kay” 7:00 PM start time. Live on Here and Again Facebook page. We hope you all enjoy your time with us. If you'd like to donate to our 501 C3 nonprofit organization, you may do so by visiting our web site WRWO.org Thank you and blessings from all of us to you and yours.

Streaming Live 05 09 2020 "No Refunds" Here And Again, Inc. Facebook page

Streaming Live 05 09 2020 "No Refunds" Here and Again Inc Facebook page, 813 La Salle St Back Entrance Upstairs, Ottawa, IL 61350

Welcome and hello, I am John Maltas, one of the volunteers at Here and Again Inc. Tonight's event 05 09 2020 comes to you from Wallace Hall in the WRWO 94.5 FM (low power) radio studios in downtown Ottawa, Illinois. It is up to all of us to slow the spread of COVID-19. Everyone, including young and healthy people, should avoid large gatherings during this time. We hope you enjoy this streaming event. Here and Again Inc. is a 501 C3 nonprofit organization dedicated to arts, entertainment, and education. We broadcast WRWO 94.5 FM Ottawa Community radio from Wallace Hall in downtown Ottawa, Illinois. Tonight's event is a way for us to give some musical relief during this pandemic. If you would like to be our guest to play an instrument or sing, contact us on our Facebook page or website, and we will be in contact with you. This Saturday night May 9, 2020 @ Wallace Hall Band “No Refunds” 7:00 PM start time. Live on Here and Again Facebook page. We hope you all enjoy your time with us. If you'd like to donate to our 501 C3 nonprofit organization, you may do so by visiting our web site WRWO.org Thank you and blessings from all of us to you and yours.

Rona Donate for Here & Again Inc - WRWO 94.5 FM Garage Sale

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Ottawa, IL 61350, 813 La Salle St Back Entrance Upstairs, Ottawa, IL 61350

Are you using your time cleaning out during the Corona 19 Pandemic? Here and Again Inc 501 C3 Non Profit - WRWO 94.5 FM Ottawa Community Radio wants your good used items, (No clothing please).

Two girls and a truck will pick up or you can contact us for an appointment to drop off in Ottawa, Illinois. Call or text Katie Troccoli at 815-228-2058

Live Facebook Stream WRWO 94.5 FM/LP tonight 05 02 2020 Band " South of Mars" Here And Again, Inc.

Wallace Hall, 815 LaSalle St, Ottawa, IL 61350

Welcome and hello, I'm John Maltas, I am one of the volunteers at Here and Again Inc. Tonight's event comes to you from Wallace Hall in the WRWO 94.5 FM (low power) radio studios in downtown Ottawa, Illinois. It is up to all of us to slow the spread of COVID-19. Everyone, including young and healthy people, should avoid large gatherings during this time. We hope you enjoy this streaming event. Here and Again Inc. is a 501 C3 nonprofit organization dedicated to arts, entertainment and education. We broadcast WRWO 94.5 FM Ottawa Community radio from Wallace Hall in downtown Ottawa, Illinois. Tonight's event is a way for us to give some musical relief during this pandemic. If you would like to be our guest to play an instrument or sing, contact us on our Facebook page or website, and we will be in contact with you. The band we have tonight is "South of Mars". They are a Rock band out of LaSalle County, Illinois. Covers material from Led Zeppelin , Hendrix , Clapton, to Dire Straits & Bare Naked Ladies. Also pop music from 21 Pilots, to The Weekend. Heavier songs which include STP & Verve Pipe. R&B songs from Marvin Gaye, to Robert Cray & Sly & the Family Stone. We hope you all enjoy your time with us. If you'd like to donate to our 501 C3 nonprofit organization, you may do so by visiting our web site WRWO.org Thank you and blessings from all of us to you and yours.

Facebook Live Stream "Randy Noy" WRWO 94.5 FM Here And Again, Inc.

Wallace Hall , 813 La Salle St Back Entrance Upstairs, Ottawa, IL 61350

Welcome and hello, I'm John Maltas, I am one of the volunteers at Here and Again Inc. This event comes to you from Wallace Hall in the WRWO 94.5 FM (low power) radio studios in downtown Ottawa, Illinois. It's up to all of us to slow the spread of COVID-19. Everyone, including young and healthy people, should avoid large gatherings during this time. We hope you enjoy this streaming event. Here and Again Inc. is a 501 C3 non profit organization dedicated to arts, entertainment and education. We broadcast WRWO 94.5 FM Ottawa Community radio from Wallace Hall in downtown Ottawa, Illinois.
Tonight's event is a way for us to give some musical relief during this pandemic.
If you would like to be our guest to play an instrument or sing, contact us on our Facebook page or website, and we will be in contact with you. The act we have tonight is "Randy Noy". Randy is very talented and currently is the drummer in the Craig Gerdes Band. We hope you all enjoy your time with us. If you'd like to donate to our 501 C3 non profit organization you may do so by visiting our web site WRWO.org Thank you and blessings from all of us to you and yours.

Black Hawks Tickets Fundraiser WRWO 94.5 FM Here and Again Inc

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Ottawa Lion's Club, 501 Bellevue Ave, Ottawa, IL 61350

Sunday February 23, 2020 at the Ottawa Lion's Club 501 Bellevue Ave Ottawa, IL 61350 $10. will get you a chance to win two center ice tickets to the Chicago Black Hawks Hockey Game March 11, 2020 with Parking Pass worth $400. Chicago Black Hawks Vs San Jose Sharks Food and Drink will be available for purchase. Live entertainment by Chris Farrell Quarter Auction from 4 to 5 PM Black Hawk Tickets Winner will be announced at 6:00 PM (Need not be present to win) Proceeds provide a voice to the community.

Open House Party - Kindness Counts - Here And Again, Inc.

Wallace Hall, 815 LaSalle St, Ottawa, IL 61350

Celebrate the nonprofits of our area. Thank you for your service!

Launch our new Talk Radio Show "Kindness Counts" Talk 2020 Goals WRWO Community Radio - 94.5 FM Let's toast appetizers, live music, and just to celebrate. 5PM to 8PM Friday December 27th 2019 Wallace Hall - 813 LaSalle St Ottawa, IL - Rear Entrance Open House for more information: wrwo94.5@gmail.com

song + story - WRWO 94.5 FM

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Wallace Hall, 815 LaSalle St, Ottawa, IL 61350

Gather with us for an intimate night of original songs by songwriters from Illinois and beyond! Doors open at 6 for potluck/BYOB. Tune in at 5:30pm before the show to hear artists interviewed on the air or on the TuneIn App at WRWO 94.5 FM or online at wrwo.org.

song + story 10.22.19 hosted by Christina Marie Eltrevoog 5:30 Artist interviews on WRWO 94.5 FM 6:00 Doors Open for Potluck/BYOB 6:30 Rigby Summer 7:00 Jeremy T. McConaughey 7:30 Reverend Hylton 8:00 Ernie Hendrickson 8:30 Dan Hubbard

$10 Suggested Donation supports the individual performers as an investment in their musical futures and supports WRWO's mission of providing opportunities for arts to thrive in Ottawa, IL.

Location: 813 Lasalle St., Ottawa, IL 61350 Entrance is in the back lot behind The Nautilus and Jeremiah Joe Coffee. Find door labeled WALLACE HALL, enter through it and go upstairs.

Rigby Summer Oklahoma-based songwriter Rigby Summer weaves an Americana soundscape that reflects the road she’s traveled, from her Kansas City jazz upbringing to the beach pop of her former home in southern California to the red dirt roots of her current home in Stillwater, Oklahoma. While her influences range from Mary Chapin Carpenter to The Frames, Sia Furler to Johnny Cash, her sound often draws comparisons to Ingrid Michaelson and Peggy Lee--a little modern, a little old-fashioned, always earnest.

In 2017, after a five-year hiatus from performing music, she founded the monday@modella songwriter pop-up, and started sharpening her musical teeth, slowly carving a niche for herself in the Oklahoma scene. Recent honors include Honorable Mention in the 2017 Woody Guthrie Festival Songwriting Contest and invitations to join Gypsy Café 2019, Norman Music Festival 2019, Women of Woodyfest 2018 and Woody Guthrie Festival 2018.

She credits the songs themselves for her return to the stage. "When I see the audience's reaction to a lyric I've been given, I realize this isn't about me. It's about the songs and the power of words to connect us. I decided I had an obligation to bring these songs into the world."

Jeremy T. McConaughey Hailing from the barren plains of Central Illinois Singer/ Songwriter Jeremy T McConaughey has found a place to pursue his creative endeavors. After many years of performing with numerous nationally known acts as a drummer (Slingshot 57, Sidewalk Slam, Clocktower Showdown, Radar vs Wolf) Jeremy decided to step out from behind the drums and apply his hatchet to the wood and carved out what has developed into the embodiment of the Conversations EP. Recorded in April of 2015 at Paper Mill Studios in Nashville, TN after what seemed to be the turning point in getting his songs into the right producers hands, in those of Mike Marsh.(drummer-The Avett Bros.,Dashboard Confessional). As with any recording process Mike continued to push Jeremy to strive to write what was truly the heart and soul of what has become Jeremy's passion. Jeremy continues to write his story that draws inspiration from history and current events. Jeremy has been dubbed, "The Real Honky", not as a slanderous slur, but as a homage to the forefathers of Honky-Tonk that he has followed behind.

VIDEO https://youtu.be/f2uruJpqKXU

Reverend Hylton Out of Atlanta but truly calling the road his home, Reverend Hylton is touring the nation with his songs of relatable tales of life experiences. Heartbreak, addiction and traveling are the substance of his melodic musical, lyrical and vocal writings. From the stage to the crowd, a real performance is heard. Real words from real experiences make for an authentic time shared by both The Reverend and the crowd. Reverend Hylton is now out touring in his van living the Vanlife. Playing 200+ shows a year all over the country. He is hitting as many towns and meeting as many folks as he can. Come out and listen to the stories, new and old as he makes a stop in your town.

VIDEO https://youtu.be/XuQ8vTZ7mv0

Ernie Hendrickson

Dan Hubbard "Dan Hubbard should be on your to-hear list." - Independent Clauses

"His latest album proves he deserves a reputation as one of the best, most versatile songwriters around." - Charles Raianerastha Black (LiveGigShots.com)

"His stage presence is delightful. His music is wonderful. I cannot speak highly enough of this brilliant performer." - C.U. Bands and Fans

"His songs weave the stories of people's lives." - Norman Transcript

VIDEO "Run Towards the River" https://youtu.be/NeJjy5yGXrQ "All Night, Alright" https://www.youtube.com/7BKb4Qc "Crawling Back to You" https://www.youtube.com/Sitoo4IrY2E

Quarter Auction - WRWO 94.5 FM

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Lion's Club, 501 Bellevue Ave, Ottawa, IL 61350

Guests will buy a numbered paddle for a dollar. They will then place a bid for a quarter or two quarters depending on the item. If your assigned paddle number is randomly drawn, you win that item for a quarter. Fast-paced lots of fun and all money going to a good cause, Here and Again Inc. 501 C3 - Ottawa Community Radio WRWO 94.5 FM Doors open at 3:00, auction begins at 3:30 Lions Club cash bar will be open during event.

Here And Again, Inc.

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Lion's Club, 501 Bellevue Ave, Ottawa, IL 61350

Guests will buy a numbered paddle for a dollar. They will then place a bid for a quarter or two quarters depending on the item. If your assigned paddle number is randomly drawn, you win that item for a quarter. Fast-paced lots of fun and all money going to a good cause, Ottawa Community Radio WRWO 94.5 FM Doors open at 3:00, auction begins at 3:30 Lions Club cash bar will be open during event.

Here And Again, Inc.

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Lion's Club, 501 Bellevue Ave, Ottawa, IL 61350

Guests will buy a numbered paddle for a dollar. They will then place a bid for a quarter or two quarters depending on the item. If your assigned paddle number is randomly drawn, you win that item for a quarter. Fast-paced lots of fun and all money going to a good cause, Ottawa Community Radio WRWO 94.5 FM Doors open at 3:00, auction begins at 3:30 Lions Club cash bar will be open during event.

Spring into St Patty's Day with WRWO 94.5 FM

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VFW Post 2470, 1501 LaSalle St, Ottawa, IL 61350

Spring into St. Patties with WRWO 94.5 FM!

March 16, 2019 - 6:30 p.m. till Midnight at VFW Post 2470.

We will be featuring some of the best acts Central Illinois has to offer right here in Ottawa, Illinois!

Check out the line-up below! 👇👇👇

Go Daddyz

Dennis Rossiter

John Rossiter

Mark McGeorge

John "Hokie" Cunningham

Mary Cunningham Heider and Jeanie Cunningham Ruhland

And a Return Engagement after 30 years, The Moo Jeas!

Come out with friends and welcome Spring by supporting your non-profit community radio station, WRWO 94.5 FM, a project of Here and Again Inc. Broadcasting from beautiful Downtown Ottawa!

Song + Story - WRWO 94.5 FM LP

Wallace Hall, 813 LaSalle St, Ottawa, IL 61350

Join us in listening to a night of songs from Illinois songwriters. Doors open at 6 for potluck/BYOB. Tune in between before the show to hear artists interviewed on the air or on the TuneIn App at WRWO 94.5 FM or online at wrwo.org.

song + story 6:00 Potluck/BYOB/Artist interviews on WRWO 94.5 FM LP 7:00 Projekts 7:30 Steve Sharp Music 8:00 Ashen Swan 8:30 Suri Music

$10 Suggested Donation supports the individual performers as an investment in their musical futures and supports WRWO's mission of providing opportunities for arts to thrive in Ottawa, IL.

WRWO 94.5 Jammin the Air Waves

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VFW, 1501 LaSalle St, Ottawa

Jammin the Air Waves fundraiser to support Ottawa Community Radio WRWO 94.5 FM LP "We Rock With Opportunity"

Song Writer's Show Case

Wallace Hall , 815 LaSalle St (Enter from rear), Ottawa, IL 61350

On the third Wednesday of every month, Here and Again Inc. hosts a Songwriters Showcase, a musical performance / interview of gifted songwriters, musicians, comedians and other talented people in the intimate atmosphere at Wallace Hall. Suggested donation is $3 - $5. All proceeds go to Here and Again Inc. to support the arts. Bring your own bottle. (Bottled water and soft drinks available.)

WRWO 94.5 FMLP Comm. Radio Fund Raiser

Wallace Hall, 813 LaSalle St, Ottawa, IL 61350

Fund Raiser for WRWO 94.5 FMLP Ottawa Community Radio. Tickets are $10.00 each, plus $1.00 shipping and handling. Includes party with live music, food, and soft drinks. (BYOB) Drawing for two tickets to the Tuesday Dec. 6, 2016 game Chicago Black Hawks vs Arizona Coyotes. Seats are Club Level, Center Ice, Section 218 with Parking Pass. Thank you for supporting community radio!