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Welcome to Hitline Countown Radio on, where we offer up three songs that you won’t hear programmed on commercial radio any more, at least, not back-to-back-to-back!

No, we’re letting regular radio play all of the new music over and over and over and over and over and over again while we get a little bit creative with our playlist … the way radio used to be!

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Firstly we roll out a popular song that enjoyed good chart action back in the day, followed up by something more mellow from our “Northern Light” collection and finishing with a song that has, for some reason, fallen through the cracks. A great tune but a song you just don’t hear on the radio any more. Some of the cuts from our Northern Light collection are custom recordings featuring local and regional talent!

More to come … thanks for listening! news update

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News Update
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Leah Denbok – Photographs & Stories of the Homeless
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