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Farmers’ Ball Finals

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Finals Show (top 4 bands compete): When: 10 p.m. Saturday, April 25; 9 p.m. doors Where: The Bottleneck Cost: Tickets are $5 at the door for general admission and $3 with KU student ID. If you have a SUA Student Saver Card, you get in free. 4 bands to advance to the finals are: Maybe Not No Cave Toughies Via Luna Set order will be announced on the day of the show. Finals Voting: Audience members will vote for their favorite band at the end of the night. You must stay until the end of the last band’s set to vote. More: Check out profiles of the top eight bands at www.kjhk.org/farmersball. Prizes for the…

Live @ KJHK w/ Shy Boys

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Shy Boys decided to stop by Live @ KJHK before they toured the West Coast. Check out the groovy live performance!

Getting to Know LFK: Kansas Audio-Reader Network

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There is another radio broadcaster sharing a home at KU you’ve probably never tuned in to- the Kansas Audio Reader Network.

Live @ KJHK w/ Captiva

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Local band Captiva stopped by the station for an awesome live performance. Check it out.

pizza power

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I’ll be posting weekly updates regarding some local shows, with a focus on Pizza Power events.

Keeping Lawrence Weird – 2/27

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 Ad Astra Radio takes a look at a few of the things that make Lawrence such a weird and wonderful place to be!

Matt Pryor

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Local musician and former member of The Get Up Kids, Matt Pryor, stopped into the station and performed three new acoustic songs.

The Bright Light Social Hour

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The Bright Light Social Hour stopped into KJHK and performed 5 songs.

Approach

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Local hip-hop artist Approach and the Boogaloo Odyssey came into KJHK and performed four songs off of their new album: Make Out With Violence.

IMAGES – 11/26

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Ad Astra’s fall finale looks at images, symbols and ideas. This episode brings you tattoos, controversial art, and a local documentary.