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2/19/2013 The Pop Shop

Liberty Finch and DJ Izzy kick off KFAI’s special day of programming for Black History Month with two hours of Funk, Soul and R&B. It’s less rock, and more ROLL! Tracks from Secret Stash, Blaxploitation, the Philadelphia Sound, Motown and more.

2/19/2013 Our Show of Shows
2/19/2013 The Morning Blend

Today's Morning Blend was preempted by KFAI's Black History Month programming.

11pm-12am:“Soul Music History” Host: Wesley Smith - Music
2/19/2013 Democracy Now
10-11pm:“AfroPolitan” Host: Kenna-Camara Cottman - Discussion
2/19/2013 Conversations with Al McFarlane
9-10pm:“Keeping our Music Alive” Host: Dee Henry Williams - Music & Interviews
2/19/2013 Spin with Cyn
6-9pm:“KFAI BHM Live Soundstage @ Golden Thyme Coffee & Cafe (921 Selby Avenue, St. Paul, 55104)” Music, Comedy, & Poetry
5-6pm:“Will President Obama Ignore Black America for Four More Years” Host: Donald Allen - Discussion
2/19/2013 Corazon Latino
4-5pm:“Akhmiri’s Basement Party” Host: Akhmiri Sekhr-Ra - Music
3-4pm:“More Bounce to the Ounce” Host: Raymond Jackson - Music
2-3pm:“Blacks in Radio” Host: Tarik Thornton – Music & Commentary
2/19/2013 Womenfolk

Womenfolk takes a week off and makes way for special Black History Month shows!

1-2pm:“The Impact of Big Band Music on African-American Culture” Host: Janis Lane-Ewart – Music & Commentary

 

1.     Bennie Moten’s Kansas City Orchestra/She’s No Trouble/Bennie Moten’s Kansas City Orchestra/South (1926-1929)/BMG/3.24

 

12-1pm:“Classical Mocha” Host: Patricia Nelson - Music

An exploration of Classical composers and instrumentalists from the African diaspora

2/19/2013 Rollin' and Tumblin'

This week’s show was pre-empted by day long Black History Month programming. Play list will return next week.

11am-12pm:“I Just Need To See It: Audio-Streamed Art” Host: Brenda Bell Brown – Music & Discussion
2/19/2013 Free Speech Radio News
9-10am: Conversations With Al McFarlane
10-11am:“In the Spirit of Our Mothers” Hosts: Amoke Kubat & Danielle Mkali - Music & Discussion
2/19/2013 Tuesday's Spoken Word
2/19/2013 Write On! Radio
2/19/2013 Bonjour Minnesota
8-9am: “Built Right in Da Hood: Character, Conversation with Bobby Seale, Co-Founder of the Black Panther Party” Host: Lennie Chism – Music and Commentary
2/19/2013 Balkan Jamboree

There was no Balkan folk music show this evening as it was BHM program

Tuesday, February 19, 2013