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:: Benefit Next Friday Night. . .

By: Tish Lyndsey -- Friday, April 6, 2007
Our friends in Africa are in the midst of a holocaust; find out how you can help. From Indy to Africa presents: Women for Women.A night of rock, soul, and spoken word; by women - for the women of Africa.Featuring:  Tasha Jones; Jenn Cristy; Tish Lynds... (Read Full Article)




Today on Indy In-Tune

Listen Live:  

It's Talk Sunday!

12:00 AM: Random Access Music
1:00 AM: Anita Vokill's Return to Space
2:00 AM: Random Access Music
7:00 AM: Acoustic Block
10:00 AM: New Music Block
1:00 PM: Hard Rock/Metal Block
4:00 PM: Fringe Block
7:00 PM: Local Is Our Genre
8:00 PM: The Chris Brake Show
9:00 PM: Brother Brother Beercast
10:00 PM: Blind Pig Confessions
11:00 PM: Whiskey on the Rails

* Schedule subject to change without notice. Sorry, but that's rock and roll.

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