I love music, and I spend a lot of time listening to WPERL, the Perl radio station. (Usually I listen to it when I'm going to The Perl Film Festival)

Here are some of the artists that are played on WPERL:

=head1 Radio use Cache::Cache; my $johnny = new Cache; my $june_carter = new Cache; my $roseanne = new Cache; /night/../r/
And some of my favorite songs
speak() if 0; (by undef $doubt;) print '<font color="#000000">Back</font>'; $drink{$_} = 1 for ( qw( bourbon scotch beer ) ); my $greatest = undef; for ( @love ) { $greatest = $_ if $_ > $greatest; } print $greatest;
Has anyone else listened to WPERL?
Highlight below for answers:
Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Roseanne Cash
Night Ranger

"Don't Speak" by No Doubt
"Back In Black"
"One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer"
"The Greatest Love Of All"

<megaphone> Throw down the gun and tiara and come out of the float! </megaphone>

In reply to WPERL: The Perl radio station by petdance

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