Q the Music Coming to Q-90.1 FM

Jeff Scott and Jim Gleason host a new series spotlighting local music.

Jeff Scott (pictured) and Jim Gleason host 'Q the Music.'

Jeff Scott (pictured) and Jim Gleason host 'Q the Music.'

A new local music series is coming to Q-90.1 FM. Jeff Scott and Jim Gleason will host Q the Music Fridays at 1 pm starting September 19.

Q the Music will feature music from local and regional artists with a focus on one artist each week. The show will also feature discussion and interviews, in-studio performances, and an expanded Music Roundup highlighting area concerts.

Q the Music airs as part of Studio Q on Q-90.1 and will take the place of Jeff Scott's previous show, The Friday Jam. It shares its name with a concert series produced by Q-TV and the Delta College EMB program that has featured local artists The Brett Mitchell Band and Brody & the Busch Rd. Trio.

Artists who are interested in submitting music for consideration should email wucx@delta.edu or send a CD to:

Q the Music
Frank N. Andersen Broadcast Center
1961 Delta Rd.
University Center, MI 48710 

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