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Meredith Ochs

Meredith Ochs is an American radio commentator, DJ, writer and musician.

Ochs is a commentator for National Public Radio's All Things Considered and has appeared on Talk of the Nation. She is also a frequent guest on All Songs Considered.

Ochs is a talk show host at Outlaw Country channel, Sirius XM 60, weeknights 8 pm – midnight ET.

Ochs was a contributing editor and writer at Guitar World magazine, where she began working in 1996. Her writing has appeared in numerous other publications, including Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone, Salon.com, the Boston Phoenix, the Houston Chronicle and New York Magazine. Her photographs have appeared in Guitar World, Experience Hendrix and other publications.

Ochs plays guitar, sings and writes songs for the Damn Lovelys. Their debut, Earl King and other New Orleans performers).

For more than a decade, Ochs hosted a weekly show, ABC Radio Network.

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  • Meredith Ochs' virtual home
  • Sirius XM Road Dog Trucking
  • Sirius XM Outlaw Country
  • Trucking Radio Personality to Broadcast from Big Rig
  • "Hobokenites on SIRIUS Radio"
  • "Damn Lovelys make their national debut"
  • From "The Drummer"
  • Renegade Nation
  • Till death do us part, Salon.com
  • Articles written for Entertainment Weekly
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