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Our September edition of Heavy Rotation features an African legend, an indie-folk orchestra from Portland, and a French band ready to catch on in America. But first, our panelists:

  • David Dye, host of WXPN's World Cafe
  • Anne Litt, a host on KCRW in Santa Monica, Calif.
  • Kevin Cole, program director at KEXP in Seattle
  • Matt Reilly, program director at KUTX in Austin
  • Carmel Holt, assistant music director at WFUV in New York
  • Jessi Whitten, music director of Colorado Public Radio's OpenAir
  • Ms. Florida, host of WEAA's Strictly Hip-Hop in Baltimore
  • Vicky Gregor, music director of KRCC in Southern Colorado
  • Kim Ruehl, blogger for FolkAlley.com
  • Anastasia Tsioulcas, NPR Music producer
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