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Posted Friday, July 3, 2020 by WLRH News

We chat with X.Y. Spaces guitarist Jonathan Ransom about the upcoming E.P. and video and feature a pre-release of their new single. We also check out tunes from King Montiez, Clay O'Dell & Gus Hergert, 53 Judges, The Silver Silos, Element XI, Billy Don Burns, Joi Tiffany, Aaron Bradley and The Dawn Osborne Band.

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Percussionist Sean Kennedy speaks with Morning Blend's Dorrie Nutt about the history of "The Downfall of Paris", a protest song favored by founding Father Benjamin Franklin.

Sundial Writer Hethalyn Godwin grows into a new relationship with dirty words.

We chat with Huntsville Music legend, Microwave Dave, about this years Microwave Dave Day coming up Sunday June 28th and we‘ll feature some of the performers from this years lineup including Victoria Jones, Chris Simmons and Alan Little.

Sundial poet Allen Berry put pen to paper during the Quarantine.

Hear GADFEST performers Tiger Helicide, AATXE, the Go Go killers. We’ll have new music from King Kwofi and Sayre plus tracks from the Pine Hill Haints, Bonner Black, Lamont Landers, Night Error, Delaney Faulds, Remy Neal and Thunderkrotch.

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Passengers are tested for COVID-19 at Beirut International Airport on July 1.

Many countries shut down international air travel when the pandemic began. Routes are reopening again, but you may need a COVID-19 test before you board.

Youth from across Philadelphia gathered in front of City Hall June 9 to protest police brutality and voice their concerns and vision for the future. According to recent research cited by the CDC, nearly half of all Americans between 18 and 29 report symptoms of anxiety or depression.

It's not that young adults aren't worried about the pandemic, psychologists say, but they are at far greater risk of dying by suicide. Finding ways beyond screens to foster social bonds is crucial.

President Donald Trump speaks during an event at Mount Rushmore National Memorial in Keystone, South Dakota, U.S., on Friday, July 3, 2020.

In a speech given at Mount Rushmore on the eve of July 4th, the President denounced protestors who removed Confederate statues and announced he would establish a "National Garden Of American Heroes."

Spc. Vanessa Guillen, seen here in a poster released by U.S. Army investigators, was last seen alive at Fort Hood in April. Now a woman is in custody and accused of dismembering her body.

Spc. Vanessa Guillen went missing in April. Now federal investigators say she was murdered, and buried near a river outside Austin. Her family says the murder came after sexual harassment.

A face mask covers the mouth and nose of one of the iconic lion statues in front of the New York Public Library Main Branch on Wednesday, July 1, 2020, in New York, amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Models developed by mathematical epidemiologists project that tens thousands of lives across the US can be saved by more people wearing face masks.

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