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Profile of a Glamgirl: Keanna Faircloth

Keanna Faircloth has been an on-air host at Washington DC's station for Jazz and Justice, WPFW 89.3 FM for over 15 years and currently hosts "The Continuum Experience" every Friday night from 10 pm to midnight.  She is a graduate of Howard University in Music History, and has worked as a freelance writer for NPR Music, and for Urban One as an on-air personality, producer and voice-over talent. She loves all things music and manages a private piano studio in her spare time. She is the host of a Jazz lifestyle magazine television series called, "Jazz Encounters" on Montgomery Community Media. And as if all of those things weren’t enough, her podcast, “Artimacy”, airs on DC Radio 96.3 HD4 every Saturday and Sunday at 8 pm ET. Follow her endeavors on Twitter and Instagram at @JazzyGirlRockin and @artimacy.


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