Alice Clair stops by WTJU, April 19

Alice Clair, Managing Partner of The Blndrs, will stop by WTJU this Thursday afternoon during the 5 o’clock hour for a visit to Folk & Beyond.  Alice will be headlining a concert at The Southern on Wednesday, April 25.  Kicking off the evening will be Soju Blue and Stray Fossa.

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