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PODCAST: Helen "Island Girl" Aguon on Chamorro music, life, and moving on

Posted: May 16, 2018 11:48 AM Updated:

Cited as The First Lady of Chamorro Radio, our longtime and beloved Helen "Island Girl" Aguon from Isla63-AM jumps on the KUAM Podcast Network for our Kuentos Kotura feed. She takes a look back at her career sharing stories about island life, the music of Micronesia, celebrating her Chamorro heritage, and finally, announces her plans to embark on next chapter of her life.

It's a touching story about someone who's seen it all - and has loved having you along for the ride!

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