It’s the Music! Thursday

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  • Thursday

    2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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It’s the Music! Thursday is an eclectic mix of music spanning the decades from early rock ‘n’roll days to the current alt-indie bands.  The focus is on British rock (60s/70s), 80s new wave and progressive new releases.  Each week we’ll delve back into rock history and examine an event, birthday and number 1 song from This Week in Music History.  About once a month a local band performs live on the show.
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Thank You Gifts available from It’s the Music! Thursday
Guest Host on It’s the Music! Thursday
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Come in a guest host the show with Stu and Amanda.  You can help pick out the playlist and give your take on music history.

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Local Honey from Stuart’s Backyard
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Stuart Mellish, host of Thursday’s It’s the Music program, is a man of many talents, including beekeeper!

You can get this thank you gift of fresh, local honey for supporting his show.

From http://letitbeehoney.com/merits-of-local-honey.php

Local honey can provide relief from seasonable allergies. Consider the logic: the bees are collecting nectar from the very plants that are making you sneeze and sniffle, and so with honey you can ingest minute amounts of the very allergen that is troubling you.

A tablespoon of local honey each day can relieve the symptoms of pollen related allergies. Include local honey in your daily diet throughout the year & you may never need to take antihistamines for pollen allergies again. Begin one month before your allergy problems generally start by eating one teaspoon of honey each day and continue until allergy season is over.

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It’s the Music T~Shirt
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We’ve got a good looking t-shirt for all of the ITM fans. Comes in all sizes! Thank you present for a $60 donation.

$60.00$80.00 Select options

These are exclusive gifts of It’s the Music! Thursday, more Thank You gifts available

Hosted By...

Stuart Mellish  

Stuart grew up in 1960s London, England listening to pirate radio and BBC 1. Like most WMNFers he's a music/radio junkie and when not at the station will often be found at local bars catching up on the music scene.

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