Earl Lovely

Robinson, Larry
October 2006
Bluegrass Now;Oct2006, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p43
Trade Publication
The article features Earl Lovely, a radio broadcaster and host of the show, "Tuesday Night Bluegrass," aired on WJSN 97.3 FM every Tuesday in the U.S. He also holds a job as a TV cable technician. Lovely has been the sole host of his show, which plays traditional and contemporary music, since it started. He has always wanted to work in radio and this inspired him to listen to other broadcasters and record his own voice to capture the flow of words.


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