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Posted Friday, March 27, 2020 by WLRH News

In this weeks episode, Brett Tannehill chats with Tangled Strings Owner Danny Davis. We'll also feature music from: Whiskey River Kings, DEQN Sue, Blueshift, Them Damn Dogs, Redmouth, Ugly Houses, Snacks, Tres Locos, The Pine Hill Haints, LaFrancis Vibes, and Alex D Banks II.

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Master storyteller Kathryn Tucker Windham illuminates a spring ritual that involves steelies, dirt, and worn out knees!

JQUE hosts a Women's Round Table discussion with Judy, Lana, and Gloria. We also feature all female performers including, Ally Free, Kat Elizabeth, Lana White, Judy Allison, Mo Claire, Alex Hendrix, Victoria Jones, Amy McCarley, Helaina Brundage, and The Dawn Osborne Band.

As the outbreak of COVID-19 affects the nation, we’ve all had to make changes to mitigate the spread.

We want to hear from our listeners… How has COVID-19 changed your day to day life?

Kids are home from school for the next few weeks, so WLRH has come up with special programming just for them!

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A map of confirmed cases and deaths of COVID-19 around the world. The respiratory disease has spread rapidly across six continents and has killed thousands of people.

Opera singer Plácido Domingo, shown here speaking in Spain last July, said earlier this month that he tested positive for the coronavirus.

Domingo's reported hospitalization comes days after he posted a message on Facebook saying it was his "moral obligation" to reveal he tested positive for the disease caused by the coronavirus.

Residents wash their hands at a station set up by Shining Hope for Communities in Kibera, a neighborhood in Nairobi, Kenya, where running water is scarce.

One of the top pieces of advice is: Wash your hands to prevent infection. But millions of people don't have access to running water.

As hospitals consider how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting care, maternity wards across the country are changing policies on deliveries and visitors.

As pregnant women and their doctors consider how the COVID-19 crisis is affecting pregnancy and care, maternity wards across the country are reconsidering policies on deliveries and visitors.

A security guard and pedestrians stand at a closed cherry blossom viewing spot in Tokyo's Ueno Park on March 28. Japan has so far avoided the explosion of cases that China and South Korea have seen.

Japan has so far avoided the explosion of cases that China and South Korea have seen. The Japan Medical Association has called for declaring an emergency that could lead to a three-week lockdown.



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