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The passion for music that Josh Gross demonstrates can be awe-inspiring. 

He writes and plays his own music, but also loves a lot of the work created by other artists. 

And once a month he joins us for Rogue Sounds, a perusal of bands visiting the region in the coming weeks.  

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The first Thursday of any month is our time for a bit of musical education on the Exchange.  That's the usual slot for our Rogue Sounds segment with Josh Gross

Josh makes, plays, and writes about music, and loves it in many forms and genres.  He brings in news of bands coming to play in the region, and we get to sample the sounds before they arrive. 

This month: Decker, Flight Mongoose, Hard Fall Hearts, Carsie Blanton, and TK and the Holy Know-Nothings. 

There's a vibrant music scene in the region, and once a month we get a sampling of who's playing from Josh Gross

He plays music, writes and performs music, and writes about music.  And his monthly visit is a lively segment we call Rogue Sounds. 

We hear the music of five bands playing gigs in the weeks ahead: this month, The Mondegreens, The Brothers Reed, Douse, Haiku D'Etat, and Powerman 5000.

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We'd call Josh Gross a music aficionado, but it's hard to say that on the radio.  What he has is great love for, and knowledge of, music. 

And we ask him to share it with us once a month on a segment we call Rogue Sounds.  Josh scans the lists of musical acts coming to the region, and gives us a list of five to consider. 

This month: Reptalians, Rebirth Brass Band, Intuitive Compass, the Mutineers, and Go Fever. 

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We'd call Josh Gross a music aficionado, but it's hard to say that on the radio.  What he has is great love for, and knowledge of, music. 

And we ask him to share it with us once a month on a segment we call Rogue Sounds.  Josh scans the lists of musical acts coming to the region, and gives us a list of five to consider.  This month: Larry and His Flask, Patrimony, Reverend Horton Heat, Dravus House, and Wordsauce. 

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Josh Gross's love of music is infectious.  So infectious, we ask him to share it with us once a month on a segment we call Rogue Sounds. 

Josh scans the lists of musical acts coming to the region, and gives us a list of five to consider.  This month: Roseanne Cash, The Shifts, Wild Moccasins, Katchafire, and Church Girls. 

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Josh Gross loves music.  He writes it, plays it, and listens to it, a lot. 

Once a month Josh collects the names and tunes of bands playing upcoming gigs in the region. 

He delivers the goods in a segment we call "Rogue Sounds." 

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Play it again, Josh.  We've never said that to Josh Gross, and probably won't. 

He always brings brand-new sounds to our monthly perusal of modern music acts visiting the Rogue Valley. 

We call the segment "Rogue Sounds," and relish the chance to hear from musical acts on the way up (or at least around). 

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Josh Gross expresses his passion for music so well, we only give him 15 minutes on the air.  A month. 

And he makes the most of the time, exposing us to a handful of bands making appearances in the region in the coming weeks. 

It's a segment we call Rogue Sounds, and it's an early kickoff to a weekend that includes our First Friday Arts segment. 

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Rogue Sounds are not necessarily sounds that come from rogue bands.  It's just that they are coming to play in or near the Rogue Valley that they come to the attention of Josh Gross

He is himself a musician, a lover of music, and a writer of music (and theater, but that's another story). 

Once a month Josh picks a short list of bands coming to town, chooses representative samples of their music, and joins us on the air to talk about them.  Voila: Rogue Sounds. 

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Josh Gross has a passion for music. 

Safe to say that Josh loves music in many forms, and he gets to demonstrate it by making his own AND by covering the music of others in his writing. 

We plug Josh into the Exchange once a month in a segment we call Rogue Sounds. 

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Josh Gross has a passion for music.  Safe to say that Josh loves music in many forms, and he gets to demonstrate it by making his own AND by covering the music of others in his writing. 

We plug Josh into the Exchange once a month in a segment we call Rogue Sounds. 

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Josh Gross is a musician, but we dare not ask who his influences are.  We might be listening all day. 

Safe to say that Josh loves music in many forms, and he gets to demonstrate it by making his own AND by covering the music of others in his writing. 

We plug Josh into the Exchange once a month in a segment we call Rogue Sounds. 

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Josh Gross is a musician, but we dare not ask who his influences are.  We might be listening all day. 

Safe to say that Josh loves music in many forms, and he gets to demonstrate it by making his own AND by covering the music of others in his work for the Rogue Valley Messenger

We plug Josh into the Exchange once a month in a segment we call Rogue Sounds. 

We have yet to find a musical genre that Josh Gross does not like. 

His enthusiasm for music in all forms is infectious, and reflected in his music columns and articles in the Rogue Valley Messenger

So we borrow that enthusiasm once a month, for our own Rogue Sounds segment.  Josh Gross returns to talk about the works and local appearances of a handful of bands. 

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We have yet to find a musical genre that Josh Gross does not like. 

His enthusiasm for music in all forms is infectious, and reflected in his music columns and articles in the Rogue Valley Messenger

So we borrow that enthusiasm once a month, for our own Rogue Sounds segment.  Josh Gross returns to talk about the works and local appearances of a handful of bands. 

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Seasons may change, but the music never stops. 

Certainly not for Josh Gross, the music editor at the Rogue Valley Messenger

Once a month, the day BEFORE First Friday, Josh visits with news of bands coming to play at venues in the region, with a particular emphasis on the Rogue Valley.  We call it "Rogue Sounds."

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The Christmas carols may be behind us, but the music never stops. 

Certainly not for Josh Gross, the music editor at the Rogue Valley Messenger

Once a month, the day BEFORE First Friday, Josh visits with news of bands coming to play at venues in the region, with a particular emphasis on the Rogue Valley. 

We call it "Rogue Sounds."

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Our monthly hit of contemporary music, Rogue Sounds, steps up a notch for December (yes, we're a day early). 

Because Josh Gross of the Rogue Messenger, our music curator, is also the organizer of a CD of local bands and a party to release it, coming up next week. 

So Josh will treat us to a souped-up collection of songs, just in time for the holidays. 

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If you want to start a conversation that you know will last a while, ask Josh Gross about favorite bands. 

He loves music, and across a wide spectrum of genres and styles. 

Josh makes music, and writes about music for the Rogue Valley Messenger

And once a month, he visits the studio with "Rogue Sounds," a compilation of musical samples and news of coming band dates. 

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