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The Dover-based band Hoochi Coochi has been playing rock and roll at venues across the Mid-Atlantic Region for the past few years.

The quartet writes catchy pop songs with a positive message, walking the line between contemporary garage rock and more traditional funk and blues.

And for this week’s Enlighten Me -three of the band’s members, vocalist Danielle Johnson, bass player Mark Reed and guitarist Fats Hawkins, dropped by the Delaware Public Media studios to chat with our Nick Ciolino about soon to be released music and upcoming local shows -- and to play a couple tunes.

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A group of students from Concord High School in North Wilmington have engineered a bow for a Lancashire Elementary fourth grader with a disability, who is learning how to play the viola. 


The University of Delaware’s 2017/2018 Master Players Concert Series opens this weekend.



Master Players Producing Artistic Director and U-D Trustees Distinguished Professor of Music Xiang Gao says the six-concert season is entitled “Unity in Variety.”


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Music is back in the air on the campus of the University of Delaware this month as UD’s Department of Music opens its 2017-2018 Fall Concert season.

For our latest Arts Playlist, Delaware Public Media’s Kelli Steele sat down with UD Department of Music spokeswoman Diana Milburn and UD’s Director of Orchestral Activities Dr. James Anderson discuss the school’s music program and learn more about some of the performers scheduled for this season.


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The University of Delaware Department of Music opens its 2017/2018 Fall Concert Season this week.

DSO plays music hits in new concert

Nov 17, 2016
Delaware Symphony Orchestra

Music from the silver screen will grace the stage of The Grand Opera House in Wilmington this Friday.

Delaware Department of Health and Social Services

Delaware’s Department of Health and Social Services is exploring how music from an Alzheimer patient’s past can enhance their memory and quality of life.

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At its first year, the Firefly Festival drew an audience of 30,000 people to the Woodlands at the Dover Speedway. This year, they’ve sold out their tickets, expecting 90,000 total visitors and 75,000 campers.