Jazz

Shake & Bake host Tony Paul stops by to brew up his own stylin’ mix on Global Beat today.

Today’s show was dedicated to George “Mojo” Buford who passed away in October 2011. November 10th would have been his 83rd birthday. Blues guitarist Brian Dyke stopped by the studio today with unreleased tunes by Mojo from several gigs over a period of 10+ years. Some of today’s show featured label-released cuts, but a lot of the music we played today came from Brian’s private home-grown stash of unreleased vintage tunes by Mojo Buford, Blues Deluxe and Rockin’ Daddy & The Rough Cuts.

The Music of Sitar Maestro Ustad Shujaat Khan
Performing on Saturday, November 10, 2012 @ 7:00 PM
Performing Arts Center
Normandale Community College
9700 France Avenue South, Bloomington, MN 55431

if you are undecided now, what are you going to do?!

Happy Bulls and a Winter Warm(ing) trend.

11/1 in a nutshell…

Time for the annual RSST Skalloween Spooktacular, skassengers! Ooh, look… we have spiders, a fly, a ghost, Dracula, a Devil (who brought both a Daffodil and a Dub), a killer Jellyfish, Lon Chaney and even hard man fe dead Prince Buster… it’s utter Madness (even if it is Georgie Fame!) Now I ask you, what more could the wicked wish for? Well, how ‘bout what Sherwood brought to the Voovie Doo Lounge… including more spiders (thank you Ken Nordine), some Mooncussers, an evil 3min:18sec. Minute, the 4th Dimension, Voodoo, Godzilla and Bernard Hermann! Heck, The Fathoms even beamed in their own Haunted Shore! And don’t forget the Home Stretch, which introduces November’s GotchaSKAvered selection Monkey Man (The Specials this week), in addition to two Mummies, four Monsters, a Werewolf (from Paris, ‘cuz the one from London got lost on his way here), a Skull Collector, Baron von Skankin’ Frank and Six Feet Deep’s Boneyard, where there’s sure to be both Skankin’ and Bonediggin’ going on. Somebody skweeeeeeeem!

Celebrating the recent visit of Lila Downs and the sacred time of All Saints & All Souls holi-days. Largely Latin transitions into a short closing set of African music.

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