Aaron LaFalce

Aaron LaFalce

[Weekdays 9am - 2pm]
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Born and raised in Asheville, NC. Active on the local music scene since 2000 he¬†recently released his debut EP “FABULOUS”. Aaron’s been with Asheville Radio Group a little over 2 years and landed his first on-air gig as a jock on ARG’s WTMT 105.9 “The Mountain” shortly after it signed on in May of 2007.¬† Fusing his general knowledge for music with years of experience behind a microphone, the self-proclaimed “Homegrown Homeboy” is proud to be a part of the organic based 98.1 The RIVER, a station that’s all about being different, as many Ashevillians are proud to be.

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Fitz

Friday, February 22, 201302/22/2013

Great Fitz and The Tantrums interview

Check out this great interview with Fitz and The Tantrums.

Food Tours

Friday, February 22, 201302/22/2013

An afternoon with Asheville Food Tours

If you’re looking to sample a lot of great local dining places in one afternoon, I suggest taking a stroll with Asheville Food Tours.

Deathcab

Friday, February 22, 201302/22/2013

Covering Death Cab on Aaron’s Acoustic Coffee Break

Played on a TAYLOR 8 String Baritone Guitar from Musicians Workshop in Asheville.

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Rice replaces ice in India bucket challenge

An Indian school boy eats a midday meal provided free at a government school in Hyderabad, India, Thursday, Sept. 5, 2013. India has offered free midday school meals since the 1960s in an effort to persuade poor parents to send their children to school, a program that reaches some 120 million children. The country now plans to subsidize wheat, rice and cereals for some 800 million people under a $20 billion scheme to cut malnutrition and ease poverty.

The famous "ice bucket" challenge is inspiring thousands of Indians to follow suit, but with a twist - they are replacing ice with rice to help the country's hungry people.