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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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With new infections rising across the country, states are struggling to slow the spread, and testing can barely keep up. Here, people line up outside a coronavirus testing site this month in New York.

The U.S. added more than 1 million cases in the past week. More than 85,000 people are hospitalized. Some states may have no choice but to lock down again. Others are trying a targeted approach.

Ernest Grant, the president of the American Nurses Association, is taking part in a Moderna coronavirus vaccine trial. He says he wants to increase trust in science.

Ernest Grant, the president of the American Nurses Association, says historical abuses have left Black people with a distrust of vaccines. Now he's part of a coronavirus vaccine trial.

Refrigerators store Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine at a company facility in Kalamazoo, Mich.

The $1.95 billion Operation Warp Speed contract excludes government rights to inventions or production know-how developed in the manufacture of the COVID-19 vaccine.

This monolith was discovered in rural Utah, but officials do not know its source or reason for being installed.

Authorities do not know where the object came from or the intent behind it.

Protesters gather for a news conference in Atlanta earlier this year, shortly after the release of a complaint by whistleblower Dawn Wooten, a nurse at Irwin County Detention Center in Ocilla, Ga.

Dozens of immigrant women have said they received unwanted gynecological procedures at Irwin County Detention Center. Yet even as authorities investigate, the accusers have been in danger of removal.



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