Laura Hall hosts a weekly two-hour radio show Mondays from 8-10 p.m. at KWCW 90.5 FM, a non-profit station, broadcasting from the mezzanine level in Reid Campus Center on the Whitman College campus.

Acousticity is celebrating its eighth year.

To live stream during Hall’s programs, go to

She plays acoustic music or songs and tunes prominently featuring acoustic instrumentation, she said on Facebook. 

Genres range from new acoustic, Dawg (David Grisman), gypsy jazz, fingerstyle guitar, traditional music such as bluegrass, Irish and Cajun to blues and jazz, string swing, world, folk, singer-songwriters and classical. 

“The show is meant to be an interesting, fun and relaxing way to wind down at the end of a stressful Monday,” she posted. 

In addition to new releases, most of the music comes from her CD collection, gathered over the years. 

“My selection includes artists from the Northwest and Alaska and nationally known musicians.

In May 2011 when she founded the program, she  made a new Facebook page for Acousticity, found at

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