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By: Darrin Snider (darrin at indyintune dot com)
Wednesday, June 17, 2009 8:30:00 PM


I wanted to take a few minutes and post a quick shout-out and salute to Michael A. Dyer -- who released the first episode of his new Indianapolis music-based podcast this evening entitled Crossroads Resonances (also on MySpace if you're one of the six people who still hang out there).  Michael's a busy boy indeed.  Some of you may know him as one of the former hosts of UpsideBackwardsRadio and it's accompanying site at  He also publishes a blog at Dreamwidth.

The debut show features Indy In-Tune regular, Jenn Cristy (featured guest on shows #012 and #031, and a co-host of episodes #024 and #046 -- with a few more hosting appearances planned for the later half of 2009), as well as a couple of other artists who have been in touch with us about possibly coming on the show in the near future.  So, congratulations to Mike and here's hoping he's the first of many to take up the call of supporting our local artists and helping to bring them to the public at large.  All things considered, his debut effort is a lot stronger than mine was (once again, completely my fault, and no reflection on Brian Deer, who was brilliant as always).  

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