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Al Perry's Clambake
KXCI-FM, 91.3

STAFF PICK: Like Bob Dylan himself, all great artists take risks and learn from their mistakes. And like all creative endeavors, Community Radio KXCI--in its 14 years of broadcasting--has been home to some truly exceptional programs, as well as some which are best forgotten. We're pleased to report that Al Perry's Clambake (now airing Tuesdays from 10 p.m. to midnight) is one of the former. Perry embodies all that is great about community broadcasting: He's a born deejay, completely comfortable speaking to an audience he never sees; he has an infectious enthusiasm for the music he plays, and could care less if these tunes ever saw a Billboard chart; his selections cover a hugely eclectic range that includes blues, twang, rock, lounge, and New Orleans R&B; and thankfully, Al remains undamaged by any desire to be terminally cool. Best of all, it's non-commercial radio. Now that's totally hip.

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