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TUSCALOOSA, AL – The University of Alabama’s student-operated radio station— WVUA-FM 90.7 The Capstone—will broadcast a live 12-hour music festival, beginning at 1 p.m. on April 3.
The on-air concert, called “Tuscapalooza,” will feature a wide range of local music talent, and will be hosted by three student anchors—Hamilton Henson, Micah Russell, and Andrew Carey. Together they’ll introduce a variety of bands and individual performers.

To listen in, tune to 90.7 FM on your radio, or listen via live Internet streaming at www.wvuafm.ua.edu. Bands have agreed that the original music they perform live will comply with station and FCC policies, making this show appropriate for all ages.

The show will be broadcast from 1 p.m. April 3 to 1 a.m. the following morning. It is completely free, with no age limits, or venue to attend. However, donations will be accepted during the show at a webpage to be announced during the concert.

WVUA-FM 90.7 is a non-profit station that regularly supports local artists by playing at least two local songs an hour, in addition to a Sunday night shows that features local talent.
Local bands may submit their music to the station at the above address.
For additional information, visit the website at www.wvuafm.ua.edu, or the station’s Facebook or Twitter pages.

Here’s a lineup of “Tuscapalooza” performances.

ArtistSong
RadioheadKing of Limbs
Patrick StumpTruant Wave
The Strokes Under Cover of Darkness

Contact Claire Brucker, Station Manager, at 404-667-8242 or wvua@sa.ua.edu for more information.

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