Sirens of Spring LIVE on WTJU, May 2

The Sirens of Spring Tour returns to Wild Women and Friends for another LIVE performance on Thursday, May 2 at 11:00 a.m. (Eastern).
 
True to its name, the SIRENS OF SPRING TOUR features women who sing with enchanting sweetness. Now in its seventh year, SIRENS OF SPRING (SOS) started as a co-bill tour featuring Mama’s Black Sheep & Christine Havrilla and has expanded to include other artists in select cities along the way. Each year the tour has grown in length and scope and this year it stretches across the Mid-Atlantic Northeast, Midwest and the South. 
 
Listeners are welcome to be part of a live studio audience at the new WTJU studio at 2244 Ivy Road in Charlottesville (in the old Sneak Reviews location).  Please arrive by 10:45 a.m.  Parking and access are much easier at this new location!
 
For more information about Sirens of Spring, Mama’s Black Sheep, and Christine Havrilla, please go to: 

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