World Music

Enjoy the 2nd half of “Tortoise and the Minenapolis Jazz All Stars,” a live broadcast from the Walker Art Center, Friday May 4. The concert ran from approximately 8:00pm to 9:20pm. Also, don’t miss the last 20 minutes of this archive – Ron Gerber’s “Smooth Jazzatude.” It’s terrific!

This week Radio Antilles goes LatinoAltROCK! brought to you by Raúl Escobar, Pablo Miranda, and Nicole DeRung. They’ll get you jammin’ with everything from rock, reggae, punk, ska, hip-hop, samba, dance, indie, and fusions of many Latino and world sounds.
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Starts with slow burning American Jazz & Soul LPs, before spreading into a late-night Afro Funk wildfire… featuring Joe Dukes, Grasella Oliphant, Buster Williams, Doug Carn, Quincy Jones, James Knight & The Butlers, Blue Rhythm Combo, T.P. Orchestre Poly-Rythmo, El Rego, Akeeb Kareem, Aktion, & more…

This program presents “Piano a la Cubana”, Fado from Portugal, Mexican historical music about “5 de mayo”, and Quelentaro, from Chile. The literature segment presents Luisa Valenzuela, from Argentina.

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On today’s show with Brad and Charlie: new music from Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars, Villarosa and the Nazarenes (reggae from Ethiopia) along with unearthed gems from The Funkees, Rob, Orchestre Super Borgou de Parakou and much more, along with a set of rare Tanzanian sounds courtesy of Lawyer Bill.

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Program:
Poquito y Bueno: A Short and Sweet Flamenco Show

La Magdalena, who recently visited our Mini Apple from the Big Apple to perform and teach master dance classes at Anda Flamenco, picked the music for this show. In this segment of the show’s flamenco interview, the wine is taking effect, and Kristina talks more than her guest (oops!), Susana di Palma of Zorongo Flamenco.

Listen in to tonight’s Radio Pocho show on KFAI during 8pm-10pm. Radio Pocho DJ Miguel Vargas will be join by Tarik Thornton and Rudy Aguilar. We have an exciting lineup of music tonight.

Live from Minnesota presents…

Mary Cutrufello at the Amsterdam Bar & Hall
Produced by Daniel Zamzow

Singer/songwriter Mary Cutrufello was raised in Connecticut and spent years as a recording artist in Texas. She settled in the Twin Cities 10 years ago, and continues to play locally and nationally. Known as a “honky-tonk heroine,” she’s been featured on Austin City Limits and has produced a number of albums, including a major release on Mercury Records. Vocal nodes silenced her for three years, but in 2007 she returned to performing and released the album, “35.” Her most recent release is “Fireflies till they’re Gone,” which showcases both her full-throated rock wail and quiet intensity.

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