In case you missed it, Alvin Youngblood Hart and Valerie June stopped by the KRCC studios on Friday, January 27, and spoke with your friend and neighbor, Vicky. Here’s the audio from their visit. If you missed their show last night in Salida, you can also come out to the Marmalade at Smokebrush tonight and catch a performance.

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One Response to In Case You Missed It: Alvin Youngblood Hart and Valerie June, In-Studio!

  1. Thanks a whole lot for posting this. Love them both. I’ve had the honor of working with Valerie June, and she is one of the great souls keeping the blues alive.

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