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Rowboat on the radio today

Today at 4 p.m. Rowboat (a project of Sam McNitt of Blue Million Miles) will be appearing live on KVDU Internet radio. He's going to guest DJ for an hour, then play live for an hour at 5 p.m. If you're like me and still haven't caught this bleak and beautiful broken-hearted, acoustic-strumming bunch live yet, this could be an easy chance to do that without putting pants on. To listen, tune your browser to KVDU's web site and click on the provided links near the top of the page (works with iTunes or WinAmp). Or, get a preview by hitting the jump to watch an embedded video for "Better This Way".

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