Tea Sharp

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When great acts come to town, we want to see them all. From killer saxophone and songwriting to soft-spoken lyrical loveliness, we dig the Upstate NY music scene. Whenever we can, we ask these great acts to come to WSKG. And then we bring you music performed onsite in the WSKG Green Room!

We ask two things of our guest artists: are you ready to perform, and what is your favorite tea? Sit down with host Sarah Gager and your own cuppa, and watch these sets live from WSKG’s Green Room in your living room (or wherever room).

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About the Host

Sarah brings an extensive background in radio to WSKG. Aside from hosting Tea Sharp, her voice is commonly heard throughout the day, especially when she serves as host of All Things Considered on WSKG Radio. Sarah has also recorded numerous interviews with an array of artists from across WSKG’s 21-county coverage area.

Sarah earned her Bachelor’s Degree in English from Binghamton University. She also worked for the university-owned radio station WHRW as Alumni Relations Director, Public Affairs Director, Alternative Media Director and Engineer. Sarah served as WSKG’s Public Affairs Intern while at Binghamton University.

 

Photo courtesy of mediajosh.com

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