Your Local Radio Station Guide

So, you think you can’t get in on the non-formal formal non-happening known as Uniting With Music just because you can’t play an instrument, and can’t hold a note to save your life? Well that’s just false. Just because you can’t do those things doesn’t mean you can’t play a MEAN radio. The Uniting with Music’s local radio station guide is here to help improve your radio playing proficiency, and maybe find a new sound you never knew you liked.

Grab those Walkmans, crank up the old transistors, and dial in your crystal radio because with our list ; and consistent listener ship on your part. You too can become proficient at playing the radio in no time.

The local radio station guide has been put together for free and provided for free all in an effort to help local, independent, and college radio stations get some exposure. If you know one we missed it’s not on purpose, share it in the comments section and we will get it on the list.

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The Offical Uniting with Music Your Local Radio segment logo, features a letterbox table top radio with three teired antenna. The top letterbox is black background with white letters reads Your Local the bottom bar has a white background with black letters reads Radio
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