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My Exit: Magpie Campbell

My Exit- Magpie Campbell.jpg It's My Exit Monday on WEXT -- The day when, for one hour, a Capital Region listener shares music from their collection with the rest of us.

This week, Magpie collections a wide range of songs...

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My Exit: Diane Warde

My Exit- Diane Ward.jpgIt's My Exit Monday on WEXT -- The day when, for one hour, a Capital Region listener shares music from their collection with the rest of us. This week, Diane Ward keeps it (mostly) local, with 518 musicians from a variety of genres.

More about Diane and some of the tunes on her playlist, after the jump.

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My Exit: Bill Olsen

My Exit Bill Olsen.jpgIt's My Exit Monday on WEXT -- the day when one listener spends an hour sharing favorites
from their own music collection.

This week, Bill Olsen pulls some favorites from Bowie, Stevie Wonder and Steely Dan, among others.

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My Exit: Dave & Kelly

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This week's My Exit DJs, Kelly and Dave.

We usually post these on Mondays, but we had a hiccup because of the holiday. But you can catch the show Saturday morning at 8 am.

My Exit is WEXT's program that allows listeners to spin their favorite tunes for an hour each week. It's a chance for the rest of us to discover what's on someone else's iPod. Sometimes you'll find something new, and other times you'll rediscover old favorites.

Tonight on WEXT's weekly show where listeners spin the tunes for an hour, return DJ Dave Schoch shares the mic with Kelly de la Rocha.

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My Exit: Christopher Lane

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Tonight's My Exit DJ, Christopher Lane

It's Monday -- time to add to your music collection, or at least connect over music you already love, on WEXT's My Exit. Once a week Exit 97.7 gives an hour of airtime over to a listener to share some of their favorite music.

Details on this week's DJ and some of his favorites, both national and local...

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My Exit: Era Bushati

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Tonight's My Exit DJ, Era Bushati.

It's Monday -- time to add to your music collection, or at least connect over music you already love, on WEXT's My Exit. Once a week Exit 97.7 gives an hour of airtime over to a listener to share some of their favorite music.

More on this week's listener and the local and national acts she'd like to see get more attention, after the jump.

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My Exit: Matt Gwizdala

My EXIT Photo - Matt Gwizdala.jpgMonday is My Exit day at WEXT -- the day one listener gets to program an hour of music from their favorites. It's like meeting someone new and asking, "What's on your iPod?" It can be a fun way to discover new music or remember old favorites.

Tonight's musical journey takes us from The Rolling Stones to Sharon Van Etten, with some Stevie Wonder in between.

There's more about this week's My Exit DJ and some of what you'll hear on his show, after the jump.

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My Exit: Joanne Stazio-Silverman & Rosemary Armao

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My Exit goes international tonight.

It's Monday -- time to discover some new music.

This week on WEXT's My Exit, guest DJs Joanne Stazio-Silverman and Rosemary Armao have pulled some fun, eclectic international music for their second My Exit show. In particular, they're focused on non-English speaking bands that sing in English.

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My Exit: Bobby Z

The Vibrators Album Art.jpgYou can get a view of a person from their music collection. The same goes for WEXT's My Exit, the show on which a listener programs an hour of music from their own collection. It's like randomly asking someone, "What's on your iPod?"

On tonight's My Exit, Bobby Z. makes a return visit with a theme show.

What's the theme? You figure it out.

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My Exit: Tabitha Clancy

Tabitha Clancy my exit.jpgMonday is My Exit day at WEXT -- the day someone from the Capital Region shares an hour of their favorite music with the rest of us. It's a fun way to discover new, or new to you music, and rediscover some old favorites.

Tonight, music reviewer Tabitha Clancy shares pieces from some of her favorite singer/songwriters, from Johnny Cash to Ryan Adams.

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My Exit: Andrew Kreshik

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Texas country singer Ray Wylie Hubbard with tonight's My Exit DJ Andrew Kreshik

Music makes a Monday morning more palatable. After the jump, you can check out the playlist of tonight's My Exit DJ, Andrew Kreshik. Every Monday WEXT lets guest DJs like Andrew program an hour of music from their own list of favorites. It's a fun way to discover music you didn't know about, or rediscover old gems.

Tonight, Andrew's diverse mix about relationships.

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My Exit: Alan Warde

WEXT Alan Warde.jpg My Exit is like asking someone what's on their iPod and having them play you an hour of their favorites. Each week WEXT lets one listener program an hour of music.

This week's focus is on classics of the 60s and 70s that still hold up today.

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My Exit: Mike Winn

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Tonight's My Exit DJ, Mike Winn

WEXT's My Exit show is a little like asking somebody, "What's on your iPod" and having them just play you some of their favorites. Each week a listener programs an hour of music from his or her personal playlist. You never know what you're going to discover, or rediscover.

This week, Mike Winn shares a playlist that runs from Johnny Thunder, to Neutral Milk Hotel, to Chad and Jeremy.

A little more about Mike and some songs from his playlist can be found after the jump.

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My Exit: Jen Janssen

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Tonight's My Exit DJ Jen Janssen

It's My Exit Monday on WEXT. It's the day a listener programs the station for an hour. Tonight's eclectic mix comes from Saratoga's Jen Jannsen and includes Sugarman, Radiohead, and Michael Stipe.

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My Exit: Tom Favata

My Exit Tom Favata.jpgMy Exit Mondays are back on WEXT. Every Monday a listener gets to program an hour of music. It's a way to check out what's in someone else's collection, discover something new or rediscover something you'd forgotten.

Tonight's My Exit goes from rock and roll abandon to classic Chrissy Hynde, and includes a song the DJ once listened to 50 times in a row.

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My Exit: Josh Alexander

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Tonight's My Exit DJ, Josh Alexander

It's Monday, My Exit day in New York's Capital Region -- the day when a listener gets to program an hour of music from the favorites list on their own ipod.

Tonight, Josh Alexander takes time out from teaching philosophy and dancing in his living room to bring us a playlist that includes The Stones, Modest Mouse and Helvetia.

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My Exit: Joanne Stazio-Silverman & Rosemary Armao

My Exit Rosemary & Joanne.jpgSometimes, when you're feeling the futility and sadness of a cold November Monday, the thing to do, rather than fight it, is to just go with it. Put on some sad songs and an oversized sweater, make a cup of tea, and brood a little, the way Northeasterners are occasionally meant to do in late autumn.

If that's what you're up for, tonight's My Exit can help. DJs Joanne Stazio-Silverman and Rosemary Armao have picked a playlist of songs to help you immerse yourself in that sense of longing -- from Townes Van Zandt to The Rolling Stones.

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My Exit: Dianne Reagan

My Exit D reagan.jpgMonday is My Exit day on WEXT -- the day on which one listener gets to share their playlist.

Tonight, Dianne Reagan shares what she's found in a constant search for something new, even in something old.

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My Exit: Andrew Kreshik

My Exit- Andrew Kreshik.jpg Monday is My Exit day on WEXT -- the day on which one listener gets to share their playlist.

Tonight -- a trip to the musical buffet with DJ Andrew Kreshik.

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My Exit: Tim McDonough

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Monday is My Exit Day in the Capital Region -- the day when WEXT invites a listener to program an hour of music with their favorite tunes. Tonight's show mixes Neko Case, Bob Dylan, new music from Barrence Whitfield & the Savages, and an old song about David Cassidy.

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My Exit: Alan Warde

My Exit Alan Warde.jpgThis week, My Exit comes a few hours early. WEXT will broadcast an Arcade Fire concert from 10-11:30 pm Monday, so My Exit -- in which listeners share some of their favorite music, starts at 9 pm tonight.

This week's DJ, Alan Warde, has a playlist that includes The Boss, The Lustre Kings, and Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen.

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My Exit: Mark DiMartino

Mark DiMartino.jpgEvery Monday WEXT gives us a chance to check out the songs on someone else's iPod with My Exit -- the show where a listener gets to program an hour of their favorite music.

Today's My Exit DJ is Mark DiMartino, and his collection includes The Beatles, Neil Young, and Richard Thompson.

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My Exit: Herb Carter

Thumbnail image for HerbRideForTheMind.jpgIt's Monday -- My Exit day on WEXT. For one hour every week listeners get to be the DJ and share the music they like with the WEXT audience.

This week: southern rock, Neil Young and some originals by this week's DJ, Herb Carter.

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My Exit: Dave and Bill

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Bill on the left, Dave on the right.

Monday is My Exit day on WEXT -- the day when listeners get to program their own hour of music. It's a fun way to get a look at what's in someone else's collection, discover new music you didn't know about or even something old you liked but haven't heard in a while.

Tonight's DJs -- Dave and Bill -- dip into Motown, classic rock, jazz, and Zappa's take on Maurice Ravel.

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My Exit: Zan & Ben

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Zan and Ben

This week, WEXT has two listener DJs on My Exit, and the music takes us from French Cartoons to sitars to Aretha Franklin.

After the jump, more about DJs Zan and Ben and their upcoming show.

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