Ariele Jones | WGLT

Ariele Jones

Host

Ariele started out hosting jazz and blues programs on GLT when she was a student at Illinois State University.

She is currently the host of Center Stage, a show focusing on the music of Broadway and Hollywood, and Highway 309.

On this week's episode of WGLT's Center Stage, you will hear music from Funny Girl, The Jungle Book, and 42nd Street.

On this week's episode of WGLT's Centerstage, you will hear selections from South Pacific, Hello, Dolly!, and Beauty & the Beast.

On this week's episode of WGLT's Center Stage, you'll hear selections from "Mame," "Mamma Mia," and "Oklahoma."

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On this week's episode of WGLT's Center Stage, you'll hear selections from "An American in Paris," "Vanities," and "West Side Story."

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On this week's episode of WGLT's Center Stage, you'll hear selections from "High School Musical," "Showboat," and a Glee-ful rendition of "Grease."

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On this week's episode of WGLT's Center Stage, you'll hear selections from "Kismet, "Moulin Rouge," and "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown."

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On this week's episode of WGLT's Center Stage, you'll hear selections from "Li'l Abner," "42nd Street," and "The Book of Mormon."

Subscribe to WGLT's Center Stage podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or NPR One.

On this week's episode of GLT's Center Stage, you'll hear selections from "South Pacific," "Oklahoma," and "Man of La Mancha."

Subscribe to GLT's Center Stage podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or NPR One.

On this week's episode of GLT's Center Stage, Ariele Jones plays selections from "Newsies," "Beauty and the Beast," "Into The Woods, and "The Way We Were."

On this week's episode of GLT's Center Stage, Ariele will rock you with music from “Rock of Ages,” playing at the Bloomington Center for the Performing Arts (BCPA) next week. You’ll also hear cuts from the Who’s rock opera, “Tommy”, along with tunes from "Bohemian Rhapsody."

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