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Monday, February 9, 2015

In Search of a Song with Jason Wilber

Categories: Arts & Culture, Live Music

Visit Bloomington is a proud sponsor of the nationally syndicated radio program, In Search of a Song. The weekly 30-minute program is hosted by Bloomington native Jason Wilber, the longtime lead guitarist for John Prine and an accomplished solo musician. The show's flagship station is WFHB here in Bloomington. Each week Jason spins songs while he and his musical guests discuss songwriting and share musical experiences. You can listen on the web and find program archives on the In Search of a Song website. Past guests have included a wide range of artists such as Joe Cocker, Todd Rundgren, Kenny Loggins and many others. In Search of a Song can also be heard on the following 17 radio affiliates:

Jason WilberWFHB - Bloomington, Indiana
Northeast Indiana Public Radio - Fort Wayne, Indiana
WXAV - Chicago, Illinois
WUIS - Springfield, Illinois
Backland Radio (The Whip) - Charleston, Illinois
WNKU - Cincinnati, Ohio
WTIP - Grand Marais, Minnesota
KMUW - Wichita, Kansas
WHEE - Martinsville, Virginia
WGLT - Bozeman, Montana
Radio Free Palmer - Palmer, Alaska
KHNS - Skagway, Alaska
KVMR - Nevada City, California
KZYX - Mendocino, California
WCAI - Cape Cod, Massachusetts
WCUW - Worcester, Massachusetts
WGDR - Plainfield, Vermont

Abby Perfetti

Abby Perfetti

Hailing from Indianapolis, Abby has lived in Bloomington since 2009. She was the Content & Social Media Coordinator for Visit Bloomington, and in her spare time, she sings in choirs, gardens, enjoys the occasional craft beer, and volunteers for Bloomington PRIDE where her wife, Sarah, is the director.

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