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Posted Monday, November 23, 2020 by WLRH News

Huntsville's Christian Crocker has spent much of his musical life making choral recordings--all by himself!

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This holiday season, many of us are having to re-adapt our holiday traditions. Fantasy Playhouse is no exception.

We spotlight some metal from the Decatur band XY Space’s recently released E.P. We’ll also have new music from Solo Monk, Canita, Keith Taylor, #ChillCity, and the Shane Davis group, along with tunes from Dismal Dream, The James Irvin Trio, B.Alexandria, Bonner Black, and Albert Simpson.

HSO violinist Matt Oshida talks about his life as a free lance orchestral musician, and the effects of Covid 19 on the industry.

Sundial contributor allows us to see Autumn wonders through her eyes.

We spotlight new music from Valley Sounds contributing producer, Jovani Occomy, and her new EP: “Feel Something”. We’ll also hear new tunes from SupaKing Big Pope, Drop Diver, J Bella, Hew Tyler, and The Travelin Rose Band plus music from the Oakwood Aeolians, By All Means, Lisa Thayer, and Brandon Henson.

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A former FARC guerrilla member waves a FARC political party flag during a demonstration in Bogota on Nov. 2. A federal court overturned an asylum decision Wednesday, holding that FARC death threats counted as persecution.×

The court overturned a Justice Department decision denying the asylum of a former Colombia police officer who received multiple death threats from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.

President Trump took questions for the first time since he lost the election to Joe Biden after he spoke to troops serving overseas on Thanksgiving.

President Trump took questions from reporters for the first time since he lost the election to Joe Biden. He said he'll leave the White House on Jan. 20, but made clear he won't concede.

A healthcare worker processes people in line at a United Memorial Medical Center COVID-19 testing site on Nov. 19, in Houston. Texas is rushing thousands of additional medical staff to overworked hospitals as the number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients increases.

Government scientists estimate that the true number of coronavirus infections is eight times the reported number of 12.5 million, meaning "most of the country remains at risk," the team reports.

This Nov. 30, 2014 image made from video released by Loujain al-Hathloul shows her driving toward the United Arab Emirates-Saudi Arabia border before her arrest on Dec. 1, 2014, in Saudi Arabia. Al-Hathloul has been imprisoned for over two years and will be tried by a court established to oversee terrorism cases, her family said Wednesday.

The activist's sister tells NPR her parents "saw a very weak, tired, exhausted Loujain" at her court appearance: "They said that her body was shaking, that she could barely hold the papers."

A man cries as he waits in a line outside the presidential palace to pay his final respects to Diego Maradona, in Buenos Aires on Thursday.

Thousands of fans lined up from the early hours on Thursday to file past Maradona's wooden casket in the presidential palace. Argentina's beloved soccer star died on Wednesday.

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