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Three Imaginary Boys and Michi Egger Perform during the next Live Homegrown Music Concert on WVIA-FM
(wvia) - WVIA-FM presents Three Imaginary Boys and Michi Egger on the next live broadcast of WVIA's Homegrown Music Concert on Monday, Oct. 14 at 8 p.m. from the Sordoni High-Definition Theater located in the WVIA Studios in Pittston, PA.

Reserve your free seats for the live concert-broadcast with performances by Three Imaginary Boys and Michi Egger in the Sordoni High-Definition Theater at the WVIA Studios by calling 570-655-2808 or by visiting

Three Imaginary Boys have been winning considerable kudos for their tight, original melodic pop that often recalls the 1960s British Invasion. Marked by memorable melodies and strong vocal harmonies, their music has has cross-generational appeal, as well showing impressive musicianship. Their CD from last year People Wearing Masks has been a regular on WVIA's Mixed Bag, and the band put in a studio recording earlier this year. They make their Homegrown Music concert debut.

Michi Egger is barely out of her teens, but has already had several years experience performing. She put in a memorable appearance as a member of Ann Kerstetter's blues band for her jaw-dropping guitar work. But she has also released a great CD as a pop singer-songwriter, and also appeared previously in a Homegrown Music session from the studio. Her band makes their Homegrown Music concert debut.

For more information on Three Imaginary Boys, visit

For more information on Michi Egger, visit

The Homegrown Music concert series is produced and hosted by WVIA-FM's George Graham and presents a wide ranging array of artists in unique monthly two-hour radio concerts which are broadcast live before a studio audience on WVIA FM in real time. Learn more about WVIA-FM's Homegrown Music Concert Series at

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