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Intersection Sessions: Yardij


South Florida band Yardij are no strangers to big stages. They opened for Bon Jovi back in February, and they’re performing at the Florida music festival- their third time at that event- next week. Yardij join us in studio for a performance.
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Tanner Jones. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection Sessions: Tanner Jones


Tanner Jones has been touring the US with his band You Blew It. Jones joins us to perform an acoustic set, and talk about where he gets ideas for songs- like premier league football and Orlando’s Greenwood cemetery.
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Ed Smith. Photo: Matthew Peddie / WMFE
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Intersection Sessions: Ed Smith & ReRunz Records


Ed Smith is a lifelong record collector and musician. During the week he sells soul, funk, jazz and R&B records from his store in Parramore: ReRunz Records. On weekends his band rehearses at the store, which is across the street from the new Orlando City Soccer stadium.
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Aoife O’Donovan. Photo: Matthew Peddie / WMFE
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Intersection Sessions: Aoife O’Donovan


The Washington Post called Aoife O’Donovan’s singing “almost too gorgeous for its own good”. O’Donovan, who splits her time between New York and Orlando, is touring the country: next month she performs with the Orlando Philharmonic. She joins intersection to perform songs from her sophomore album “In The Magic Hour.”
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