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2009 Norman Music Festival Highlights (Hour 6)

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Hundreds of musicians and tens of thousands of fans converge on downtown Norman, OK for the second edition of the Norman Music Festival.  Featuring Of Montreal, Tea Leaf Green, Sugar & Gold, Todd Snider, Starlight Mints, Man Man, Billy Joe Shaver, Blue Turtle Seduction, the Uglysuit, and tons more.

This hour features the festival's headlining act, Athens, Georgia indie pop band of Montreal .

Support for the 2009 Norman Music Festival came from Wimgo.com, Fowler Auto Group, Norman Arts Council, Oklahoma Arts Council.  This piece is a production of KGOU Radio, with live engineering and mixing by Tad Wimer, technical assistance from Brian Hardzinski.  The piece is produced and hosted by Graham Lee Brewer.

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Piece Description

Hundreds of musicians and tens of thousands of fans converge on downtown Norman, OK for the second edition of the Norman Music Festival.  Featuring Of Montreal, Tea Leaf Green, Sugar & Gold, Todd Snider, Starlight Mints, Man Man, Billy Joe Shaver, Blue Turtle Seduction, the Uglysuit, and tons more.

This hour features the festival's headlining act, Athens, Georgia indie pop band of Montreal .

Support for the 2009 Norman Music Festival came from Wimgo.com, Fowler Auto Group, Norman Arts Council, Oklahoma Arts Council.  This piece is a production of KGOU Radio, with live engineering and mixing by Tad Wimer, technical assistance from Brian Hardzinski.  The piece is produced and hosted by Graham Lee Brewer.

Broadcast History

Aired May 22, 2009 on KGOU Radio (106.3 FM Norman, 105.7 FM Oklahoma City).

Additional Credits

Wimgo.com, Fowler Auto Group, the Norman Arts Council, the Oklahoma Arts Council. Live mixing and engineering by Tad Wimer. Technical assistance by Brian Hardzinski.

Related Website

www.kgou.org