HFVS Rock and Keep Rolling Episode with Guest DJ, Tim Seston (Podcast/Radio Show)

Hilltown Family Variety Show

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HFVS Rock and Keep Rolling Episode with Guest DJ, Tim Seston

Exploring a single word through music can uncover the many ways we use language on an everyday basis. In Rock and Keep Rolling the word “roll” is used to describe the movement of waves, wheat fields, and a manatee.  It describes the fun of rolling down a hill to the more sophisticated meaning of letting something roll off you back.  A roll can be a food item, or a drum sequence, or quite simply the partner of rock. – www.frompagetoplay.com

Saturday from 9-10am & Sunday from 7-8am
June 15th & 16th, 2018
WXOJ LP – 103.3 FM – Valley Free Radio
Northampton, MA

Featured Video: Tim Seston – “Here to Play”

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Tim Seston – “Bring on the Thunder” [On a Roll]
Doobee Brothers – “Black Water” [Best of the Doobees]
Fran Friedman – “The Colors of the Earth” [Dreams for Tomorrow]
Justin Roberts – “Rolling Down the Hill” [Lemonade]
Tim Seston – “Rolling in the Mud” [Here to Play]
Little Richard – “On Top of Spaghetti” [A Child’s Celebration of Silliest Songs]
Karen K & the Jitterbugs – “Slow Roll” [Blue Bike Chronicles]
Dorothy Cresswell – “Mary Manatee” [More Songs for Curious Kids]
Keith Boynton – “Be Like a Duck” [Philadelphia Chickens]
Tim Seston – “Jelly and Coral” [On a Roll]
Andy Z – “This Land is Your Land” [Classic Songs & Traditional Tunes]
Ratboy Jr. – “Bill” [Champions of the Universe]
Wayne Potash – “Seven Nights to Rock” [Don’t Forget the Donut!]
Liz Buchanan – “Rockin in the Rabbit Hole” [Once Upon a Tune]
Uncle Devin – “Drum Roll Call” [Drum Tales!]
Tim Seston – “On a Roll” [On a Roll]




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