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Fresh Lewis Can’t Lose

After sharing the tables with Nate Smith at last month’s How to Wreck a Nice Beach party, it was a delight and an honor to reunite over the airwaves of Duke University’s collegiate frequency, WXDU 88.7-FM. Winter recess was in full effect, and all but a few students had made their way back to the Garden State for the holidays. Parking was not a problem. Camel City sounds were requested and honored in a variety of flavors. This helpful playlist right here will help differentiate the 336s from the 919s from the 704s. With some creative clicking, you should be able to download the whole show directly to your walkman, or stream it live from Carolina Soul. Either way, we hope you enjoy. Requests lines are open!

Funk Disco Dance Friday, or FDDF, occurs every Friday from 6-8 pm on WXDU.

(Editors Note: These links have expired… Our apologies)

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The Carolina Soul website serves as a living encyclopedia of soul music made in North and South Carolina. We strive to share Carolinian songs and stories of the last half century, and we invite the input of musicians and fans. We hope you will contact us if you have information on bands or recordings from the region.

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