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Affordable Audio promotes the art of Live musicby offering qualityMusic educationreasonably priced Live Recording, inexpensive Band and DJSound System Rentals practical qualityMusic Equipment Salesand repairs. Check out the Garage Salefor used gear for sale.


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Both old and new friends get together here. On our Facebook page, you'll find more details on what we're up to.








This station is modeled on the music

played at Rockitz Nightclub in Richmond Va from 1984-1988. Pandora doesn't have a "time" filter as far as we can tell so some later stuff will inevitably play. Click the PANDORA logo to return/listen to Rockitz 1984!


*Special thanks to Jack Acree


Richmond Music Forum
Richmond Music Forum was created to to help promote local and regional bands. They have also had the opportunity to interview some national and global bands too. Our interviewers and photographers travel all around the Richmond area to review concerts and interview bands. If you have a band and would like to be interviewed then please them via their website.

River City Blues Society is organized exclusively for educational, literary, artistic and charitable purposes. RCBS is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to the promotion, preservation, and perpetuation of the Blues as an original American art form.

Richmond Indie Radio is a fresh new voice, on the air since January 1, 2005. WRIR broadcasts music you DON'T hear on the radio dial with LIVE LOCAL DJ's doing REAL LIVE SHOWS. In addition to locally produced music shows, WRIR offers a wide range of National and Local news programming that covers issues unrepresented by other media.
WRIR is also a true community radio station. That means:
- Locally owned, and by charter can never be bought out by any non local entity.
- The station is operated by volunteers from the Richmond community. WRIR staff consists of your neighbors playing music, sharing news and operating the station.

To listen online, click on the link below:

Or if you're in Richmond, Virginia, tune in on 97.3 FM

D.C. Blues Society