Susie & The Pistols at The Stage, Feb 19

Susie & The Pistols bring us a good-time mix of sawdust-floor honkytonk, 70’s barroom feels, outlaw country, Cajun vibes, blue-eyed soul, and exquisite three-part harmonies. Come on out and be part of the studio audience!  Doors open at 6:30, and the one hour concert will start at 7. Or you can also listen at 91.1 FM locally, and on-line at wtju.net.  Doors open at 6:30, and the one hour concert will start at 7. Or you can also listen at 91.1 FM locally, and on-line at wtju.net.  You can also live video stream it from WTJU’s Facebook page.  But remember it is a fund drive, so get those pledges in by calling 434-924-3959, or going on-line to wtju.net!

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