The Thumping Heartbeat of Global Music Takes to the Airwaves

Mount Vernon (Washington), USA – A new radio show, Global Heartthrob hits the airwaves of KSVR, 91.7 FM. Hosted by journalist and musician Patricia Herlevi, this two hour thematic show features classical, Early Music, jazz, blues, folkloric, indigenous, traditional, and sacred music from around the world.
 Similar to Cranky Crow Whole Music web site and The Whole Music Experience blog, Global Heartthrob also raises consciousness through powerful music that hails from musicians that promote community building, and healing of the mind-body-soul-planet. These musicians also preserve cultures, languages, and traditions ranging from indigenous to European and beyond.Airing and streaming Tuesday, 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. standard pacific time, GTT features a variety of themes such as the upcoming, Soul Sisters (Women Musicians of the African Diaspora), Drums & Spirit, Troubadours and Griot along with other enticing topics. A special on Native American flute will air on December 25th and on January 1st, 2008, to bring in peaceful new year.

The community station, KSVR–Mount Vernon, 91.7 FM is located on the Skagit Valley Community College campus and serves the Skagit Valley region. The station’s diverse public affairs and music programming streams live at

If you would like to receive a Global Heartthrob monthly mailing, send an e-mail to


"Tune into Global Heartthrob and join a music consciousness movement now gaining momentum," says Patricia Herlevi.

Also visit The Whole Music Experience blog.

Author: World Music Central News Department

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