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So, What'd You Think of Our #WhyListen First Listen Music Party?

A shot of the crowd rating new music at our 2015 #WhyListen party in Huntington.
Ryan Fischer
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The Parthenon
A shot of the crowd rating new music at our #WhyListen party.

If you're reading this right now, chances are you made it out to Wednesday night's #WhyListen First Listen Music Party at Black Sheep Burrito & Brews in Huntington.

But, first things first: Thanks so much for coming out and talking music with me, Mountain Stage's Larry Groce, West Virginia Public Broadcasting's Dave Mistich and WMUL's Nathan Thomas. Your support makes cool public radio events like this happen, and we never forget that.

Considering we're still in the infant stages of our NPR Generation Listen collaboration, we want to hear from you about how Wednesday's shindig went. What did we absolutely nail? What could we have done better?

We plan on doing more of these types of events in the future and since you're a driving force for all of it, we really would like to know what ideas you might have.

So, do us a favor and fill out the form below and let us know what you thought about Wednesday's event and anything else that might be on your mind. Oh, and if you want a playlist of Wednesday night's tunes (minus soon-to-be-released tracks from Ona and Coyotes in Boxes), check out the Spotify playlist below the survey.


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