Feb. 4-10: WTJU Folk Marathon explores its “Evolution”

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Folk music, like WTJU, has definitely evolved over the years. But in order to continue that evolution, including a move to our new studios next month, we need you.

WTJU’s Folk Marathon hits the airwaves February 4-10 with an incredible lineup of special programs. We need your support to raise $60,000 to keep folk, roots, and world music alive and well on WTJU!  Many thanks to Kelly Lonergan for our Evolution t-shirt design — you can get one for yourself as a thank-you gift for donating during this fund drive.

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View the full schedule in PDF format.

View the full schedule list with Show Descriptions.

View the thank-you gifts available during the Folk Marathon.

WTJU is your sonic lifeline for real, authentic music, hand-curated by passionate volunteer hosts from our community. This year’s Folk Marathon features live music from local favorites every single day.

WTJU is your sonic lifeline for connection to our community and exceptional music experiences from around the world.

Now be WTJU’s lifeline. Your support assures that WTJU can remain a premiere source for live and hand-curated music experiences – for yourself and for this whole community.

Show the world that this music matters and that you want it to thrive in our community. Help us raise $60,000 to keep community radio going strong – donate to WTJU today.

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