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Listen Tuesday nights, starting at 9 Eastern. Musical Conversations is a conversational radio show, centering on music. Quite often there are guests, whether they be in house or phone interviews, they're talking music. From local and regional bands from around the Charlotte, North Carolina area, to national and international musicians, promoters, managers and those of influence in the music industry, all are welcome on Musical Conversations and at one point have been guests.

Tune in by clicking the player ink at the top of the page, which will pop out so you may continue your web surfing. Join the chat! Also check out the Facebook group and follow MusicalConvos on Twitter.

Charlotte Live Limelight is an article written by Stan Cocheo and published in Crowd Surfer arts and entertainment magazine , which is free and available all around the Charlotte, NC region. This is an archive of those articles. Charlotte Live Limelight is commentary and observations about the music scene, primarily, yet not limited to the Charlotte, NC, region.

Musical Conversations is a constantly broadcasting internet radio station with breaks to go “live” on occasion. Tuesday nights, starting at 9pm Eastern is the “official” Musical Conversations show night, where usually there’s a guest with whom we discuss everything. Outside of that, there are random times that Musical Conversations goes “live”, yet usually it’s a rotating playlist of music by artists that have been in, as well as themes of music by topic.

Once a month Musical Conversations turns over to Tarotunes, a show centered on a tarot card reading and interpretation, yet also the cards are interpreted by the music. An interesting take on both subjects, it’s done live and also is recorded for syndication on other stations.

Please contact if you’d like to be on Musical Conversations. Tune in on Tuesday nights and watch for the other random broadcasts.

If you’re a musician, whether you’re in a band or a solo artist, and would like to come in for Musical Conversations, I ask that you get some of your music to me so that I know what we’re going to talk about, though also give examples of your influences. All this can be done ahead of time. I ask that you get into the studio at closer to 8 so we can set up and settle in prior to the broadcast start of 9.
Any questions, please ask!