Long-time Rock Radio DJ and Newspaper Music Critic, pals Kaedy Kiely and Melissa Ruggieri, talk about all they love: Music, Football, Gambling, Movies, TV, Cats and Men. (PHOTO: BERTHA VILLARROEL / WSB RADIO)

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AJC music reporter Melissa Ruggieri and long-time rock radio DJ for 97.1 The River, Kaedy Kiely, are bringing their behind-the-scenes conversations, about things like music, football, and movies, to the podcast world with 2 Girls Talking. On this episode of accessAtlanta, they chat about creating their joint podcast, some of the musical acts that they've interviewed over the years and their friendship. Plus, host Shane Harrison shares things to do during the next 10 days, including The Roots at the Coca-Cola Roxy.

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