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Jam Session

Laura Goldfarb's weekly Jam Session is one of BTRtoday's longest-running shows, celebrating its 10th year in 2016. The show airs every Monday and caters to music lovers within the jam band community. Featured artists include Umphrey's McGee, Lotus, The String Cheese Incident, Widespread Panic, ALO, Primus, moe., Chris Robinson Brotherhood, The Motet, Karl Denson, STS9, and The Disco Biscuits... just to name a few. Expect studio favorites, new live improvisations, features on popular and brand new festivals, and many chances to win music and swag from jam bands around the world. Jam Session reports to the Relix/Jambands.com Radio Chart.

Laura Goldfarb started her career in the music industry in 2006 as a host and producer with BTR. Her weekly show, Jam Session, reports to the Relix/Jambands Radio Chart. Laura is also the founder of music public…
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