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Friends of KGLT hold music swap Nov. 16

November 12, 2013

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Friends of KGLT will host the group’s third annual music swap benefitting KGLT radio station from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16 at the Emerson Center Ballroom.

Proceeds will be donated to KGLT, the Montana State University-based radio station and SouthwestMontana’s alternative public radio station.  Last year over 250 music lovers attended helping raise over $3,000 for the station.

Vendors will sell music related merchandise, and donation and consignment items will be accepted.  New this year, Friends of KGLT has invited bands, music organizations, studios and more to participate.

“The third annual music swap promises to be the best yet,” said Ellen King Rodgers, KGLT’s general manager. “The Emerson is centrally located and MSU students are excited.  We have gotten lots of calls from new vendors as well as new display tables for arts related organizations.  This hits at a great time, just before the holidays."

KGLT is a non-commercial, educational, community radio station located on the campus of MSU in Bozeman. More than 80 volunteer DJs host music programs featuring everything from jazz, rock, and bluegrass to classical, reggae and Americana. KGLT is supported financially by ASMSU, federal grants, area businesses, and listeners.Friends of KGLT was formed in 2002. The 501(c) (3) non-profit organization exists to provide financial support for the station.

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